Of Gilead Science’s antiviral treatment in China, which were halted due to a lack of sufficient participants. It also published the results of clinical trials of Gilead Science’s antiviral treatment in China, which were halted due to a lack of sufficient participants. The article stated the treatment, remdesivir, was ineffective.
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OTTAWA The federal government is expanding a loan program for small and medium sized businesses suffering from the COVID 19 pandemic and working on a new support for companies having trouble paying rent.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the expanded loan program during his daily news conference on Thursday, saying the government had heard concerns from some businesses and entrepreneurs in need that the previous criteria excluded them.The Canadian Emergency Business Account will now provide up to $40,000 in government guaranteed loans to businesses that had payrolls last year between $20,000 and $1.5 million. It previously offered loans to business with a narrower range of payrolls, between $50,000 and $1 million.Some RBC business clients say they being shut out of CEBA application processHere how many small businesses are being left behind by emergency government benefitsHow to apply for the government $25 billion CEBA business loan programone should feel as if they alone in this fight, Trudeau said. Government is here to help you through these challenging times.
Jessica O’Connor and Dion Reynolds, both 23, had hiked into the sprawling Kahurangi National Park on May 9, intending to be gone for about five days, according to police.”This is a fantastic outcome and one that we were all hoping for, although we were becoming increasingly concerned as the days progressed,” said police area commander Paul Borrell in a statement.The pair’s disappearance sparked a large search involving 50 people, including five tracking experts, three dog teams and two helicopter crews. Police said the search was was difficult because the area was remote, rugged and forested.Bad weather earlier this week had hampered the search and raised more concerns about the pair’s safety.St John ambulance spokesperson Ngaire Jones said the pair was brought by the helicopter to Nelson Airport where medics found they had only minor injuries. They were then taken to Nelson Hospital, Jones said.Police said their condition seemed very good considering their long ordeal.Another hiker, Heather Simpson, earlier told news organization Stuff that the pair had stopped at her campsite as they set out before continuing to hike alongside a river.