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      If you’re new to online gambling, you’ve probably come across a range of new terminology. Deposit match bonus, wagering requirements, free spins, wild and scatter symbols; some say it requires a degree to register with and play at online casinos. To make things even more complicated, gambling operators usually tend not to run one but several casino sites, each tailored towards a specific target group. You call these related sites ‘Sister Sites’ in online gambling jargon. Let’s dive into that topic a little more since it turns out that players can benefit quite a bit from this kind of setup. The Operator’s Benefit of Running Related Sites The concept of operating so-called sister sites is widely popular amongst gambling operators worldwide. As such, there must be a clear benefit to it, or else fewer companies would jump onto that bandwagon. And indeed, for operating firms, running multiple online casinos simultaneously makes sense. Like other industries, producing the initial product is time-consuming and expensive. However, launching product modifications or different styles becomes an easy task once you’ve got the engine...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – COVID-19 cases continue to rise across South Florida, and this week, the state reported an additional 397,000 new cases. To meet the increased demand, new testing sites are popping up, but so has the increase in fraud. READ MORE: 20th Congressional District Race To Replace Longtime Congressman Alcee Hastings Turns Combative“There’s always a reason to be concerned about fraud, obviously, especially right now that there’s a surge in cases and a surge in testing,” said Jeremy Redfern, with the Florida Department of Health. He said the state is increasing its oversight to protect people from criminals trying to use the pandemic as a way to cash in. “The big thing we want people to know is that it is possible to report suspected fraud especially when it comes to anything that’s authorized by the FDA,” added Redfern. Redfern says that includes major concerns like if a COVID testing site is authorized to operate or something small, about the process. READ MORE: COVID-19 Take-Home Test Kits To Be Distributed Saturday At Select Miami-Dade, Broward Public Libraries“Any complaints about...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Holy Cross Health in Fort Lauderdale has been forced to temporarily close its maternity ward due to staffing shortages related to the latest COVID-19 surge. “In the best interest of patient safety, the Labor and Delivery unit is on diversion until further notice,” Holy Cross spokeswoman Christine Walker said in a statement. READ MORE: Children Are Getting Omicron At A Higher Rate Than Previous VariantsThe Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Post-Partum units at the hospital remain open, she said. Nearby hospitals including Memorial Healthcare System and Broward Health are taking on patients from Holy Cross in the meantime. READ MORE: Briefly Cooler Tuesday Before Milder Ocean Breeze ReturnsThe announcement from Holy Cross comes as Florida continues to shatter daily records for new COVID cases, which are most likely fueled by the omicron variant. The variant is now the dominant strain across the United States. Since last week, there have been long lines at testing sites across South Florida and in other areas of the state. For a list of COVID testing sites across South Florida, click...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Parents around the Bay Area pushed to get their kids tested as omicron cases continue to surge. While not mandatory, school districts recommended testing and some were quickly overwhelmed by the number of families who showed up.In Oakland, four schools were testing sites on Monday. They were up and running by 8 a.m. this morning.RELATED: Bay Area schools offer COVID testing before classes resume after holidaysYesterday, many parents refused to wait after seeing the long lines for testing offered at Fremont High School.Dasha Phan, an Oakland student tested negative last Friday and then again yesterday. Still, she was asked to get tested again today by a concerned teacher."At school I didn't feel so well. I just coughed one time and then my voice was like changing," explained Dasha."My advice is if you have any symptoms please do the test right away and stay home if your don't feel well," said her mother, Dep Phan.RELATED: Some Bay Area families wait 7+ hours for PCR COVID testing as stores sell out of at-home tests"It seems that attendance was...
    What Vicki Gunvalson had to say about her broken engagement, plus more celeb splits of 2021 10 ETF Myths Debunked © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The 2021 NFL Football season kicks off on Thursday, September 9 with a match-up between the Dallas Cowboys and the reigning Super Bowl Champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Florida at Raymond James Stadium. See below for all you need to know about Super Bowl 2022 including where the Super Bowl is next year, the expected date, stadium, future locations, how to watch, and much more. RELATED: 2021 NFL schedule – Dates, times, TV channels for every game in all 18 weeks When is Super Bowl 2022 and where will it be played? Super Bowl LVI will take place on February 13, 2022, at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. The league has adopted a new 17-game schedule which pushes the Super Bowl back by one week. SoFi Stadium, which opened in September 2020, is home to the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams.    ...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Unified School District opened up vaccination sites at certain schools throughout the city. In a partnership the with city's health department, they plan to vaccinate as many children eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine."Today was the first day and we had a great turnout day one," said Gino Cifolelli with the health department. "We started at 10:30 a.m. this morning and right when 10:30 struck we had folks right away coming in and getting vaccinated."The health department says San Francisco has a great vaccination rate for children 12 and older. They say around 90% of eligible children are fully vaccinated. The move to open up these sites is a good sign according to UCSF. With the calendar already on September, doctors say getting vaccinated now can help going into winter.RELATED: Bay Area counties prepare to vaccinate kids 5-11 years old ahead of Pfizer's expected authorization"We will still have flus and other respiratory illnesses," said Dr. Peter Chin-Hong with UCSF. "We also don't know what will happen with COVID."Here is the list of vaccination sites...
    President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will visit all three sites of the 9/11 terrorist attacks next Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the attacks. The pair will visit New York City; Shanksville, PA, and the Pentagon. Vice President Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff will similarly travel to Shanksville for a separate event and will then join the president and first lady at the Pentagon. Biden’s visits will come less than two weeks after U.S. troops completed their withdrawal from Afghanistan — ending the 20 year war that was sparked by 9/11. “America went to Afghanistan 20 years ago to defeat the forces that attacked this country on September 11th,” Biden said in a statement. “That mission resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden over a decade ago and the degradation of al Qaeda. And yet, 10 years later, when I became President, a small number of U.S. troops still remained on the ground, in harm’s way, with a looming deadline to withdraw them or go back to open combat.” Yesterday, Biden issued...
    The Israeli military bombed a Palestinian weapons site Sunday after an Israeli police officer was critically injured in a violent protest, the Associated Press reported. Hundreds of Palestinians participated in a demonstration planned by Hamas rulers in Gaza Saturday. The organizers intended to bring attention to the Israeli-Egyptian blockade, the AP reported. Dozens of protestors threw rocks and explosives at Israeli soldiers from behind burning tires billowing with smoke, the AP reported. (RELATED: US Protests Over Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Ignite In Major Cities)  At least 24 Palestinians were injured by gunfire from Israeli soldiers and an Israeli police officer was shot and injured, according to the AP. The Israeli army released a statement saying that in response to the violent protests, planes hit “four weapons and storage manufacturing sites” that belonged to Hamas rulers. The military deployed more soldiers to the area near the border, the AP reported. (RELATED: Biden’s ‘Weakness’ Caused Israel-Palestine Violence, Mike Pence Says) Prime Minister Naftali Bennett told the Cabinet Sunday that Israel “will settle the score with those who harm our soldiers and Israeli civilians” and...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- As the Delta variant spreads rapidly across the Bay Area - so is the demand for COVID testing.Health officials are reporting demand for testing has increased in every county --- some even saying the need has been 'overwhelming' over the past month."We're definitely seeing a spike," said Sonoma County Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase.RELATED: 72,000 COVID cases reported among US children, teens last week, a 'substantial' spikeSonoma County health officials say they've gone from administering 1,000 tests per week to 10,000 tests per week due to heightened demand stemming from the Delta variant. The county is partnering with four healthcare providers to expand testing sites and is working to increase staffing to avoid any backlog and reduce turnaround times."We are working with our laboratory which is a regional lab about going back to weekend staffing and running tests on the weekend so we don't have a lag," Mase said.The increase in demand is reported in every Bay Area county and across California. State data shows on July 6, the seven-day average COVID test rate per 100,000...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Santa Clara County is seeing an increased demand in testing as well and they are utilizing all resources to keep up.Many thought the pandemic was winding down, but the Delta variant has the community seeing a need for COVID-19 testing."Well, I feel like a lot of people want to know if they have COVID or not for their family because they want to be safe," Akanksha Pidhan said. "They want to be safe with themselves and they don't want to lose anyone in their family that they love a lot."RELATED: Indoor mask mandate issued in 7 Bay Area counties EMBED More News Videos Health officers from Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma and Berkeley announced a new indoor mask mandate on Monday Even in Santa Clara County where more than 84% of the eligible population has at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, demand is on the rise."At the community-based sites that I oversee, we've seen a three to four-fold increase in the last two weeks," Santa Clara Valley...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The New York City Department of Buildings shut down hundreds of construction sites across the five boroughs due to safety violations, part of a massive zero tolerance sweep.A new report reveals the department shuttered 322 work sites this month, and city leaders say the effort aims to reduce construction deaths.Seven construction workers have died in work related accidents this year, and the DOB on Monday released a new building construction safety report that provides insights on construction safety trends over the 2019 and 2020 calendar years and examines initiatives that led to declines in building construction-related incidents during that time.The report provides a first-of-its-kind analysis of major building construction incidents in the past two years that led to fatal or near fatal outcomes, with details on contributing factors that precipitated the incidents.ALSO READ | Family reports receiving 16 calls from missing grandparents' landline in collapsed Florida condoEMBED More News Videos A family received 16 phone calls from Myriam and Arnie Notkin's landline after the grandparents were reported missing in the Surfside, Florida building collapse. The report...
    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (KGO) -- Parents and tweens say when the word got out that a vaccine clinic outside Berkeley High School was opening up Thursday to 12-to -5-year-olds the text messages were flying furiously."Yesterday when they got the news they could get vaccines the screaming was insane. You could hear 20 kids screaming at once on the video chat they all live on. Whatever you were on you were blowing our eardrums," said Dan Gluesenkamp who brought his child to get vaccinated.RELATED: US health advisers endorse Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids 12 and upBest friends were reunited in line for the shot. One 12-year-old said, "It's going to be really nice to see people again. And be able to hug people and stuff."Minerva Brand, 13 years old, said she was nervous."Just cause it's a shot. Other than that I'm really excited."The seventh-grader braved the line with her mom and it was over just like that. And what a relief it was.RELATED: Health officials explain what to expect for vaccinating 12-15 year-olds"We can all be together with more comfort and...
    SANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- On Thursday, there were massive lines at Levi's Stadium due in part to the 12,000 appointments that Santa Clara County officials said were scheduled for that day.Fast forward to Friday where only 7,000 appointments were scheduled.RELATED: Levi's Stadium vaccination site breaks record for most shots administered in single day in CA, officials say"I was expecting to wait for two to three hours but when I got here I was surprised to see the wait time wasn't long. I hardly waited 15 minutes," said San Jose resident Sudeep Gonsalves who got vaccinated Friday.Melissa Clarke said she was blown away by the vaccination process."I got here on time for my appointment at 11:15 and by 11:18 I had gotten my first dose and was on my way to the observation area," said Clarke.For 16-year-old Ian Chacon it was easy to park and easy to check-in as he told us his mom was making him get vaccinated.RELATED: Here's where CA stands with vaccine distribution, herd immunity and possibility of long term boostersMost people said they booked their...
    Mastercard has added new rules for banks processing payments from pornography sites following allegations that Pornhub allowed sexual exploitation on its platform. Mastercard’s updated requirements state that banks must ensure that porn websites document the age and identity of all persons depicted in adult content as well as for those uploading the content. There also must be “clear, unambiguous and documented consent,” John Verdeschi, Mastercard’s senior vice president of customer engagement and performance, said in the post. (RELATED: Pornhub Purges Over 10 Million Videos) The credit card company also now requires a content review process prior to its publication, a complaint resolution process that addresses illegal content within seven business days, and an appeals process that allows any person depicted to request that their content be removed.  “This month, we are extending our existing Specialty Merchant Registration requirements,” Verdeschi said in the Wednesday statement. “The banks that connect merchants to our network will need to certify that the seller of adult content has effective controls in place to monitor, block and, where necessary, take down all illegal content.” He continued:...
    The city of Los Angeles will resume vaccination operations Tuesday, officials said, following several days of postponements and delays driven by inclement weather. Several of the city’s large-scale sites, including Hansen Dam Recreation Area, San Fernando Park, Lincoln Park, Pierce College, Crenshaw Christian Center and Dodger Stadium, were forced to close Friday and Saturday when shipments containing at least 63,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines became mired by rain, ice and snow battering much of the country. With 92,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine now en route to Los Angeles, the city will be able to resume operations and “meet its commitment” to provide second-dose appointments as well as a limited number of first-dose shots throughout the week, the city said in a statement. Those who originally had appointments Friday and Saturday will be prioritized and should receive updated appointment details by late Monday. Residents who received their first dose at a city site between Jan. 24 and 30 will receive their second-dose appointment details by the end of the day Tuesday. “Our city’s vaccination teams are ready to...
    ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — Disneyland’s vaccine super site and the clinic that just opened at Santa Ana College this week will close temporarily because severe weather across the country has delayed delivery of COVID-19 vaccine supplies to Orange County. A shipment of Moderna vaccines was scheduled to be delivered Tuesday, but the supplies did not arrive, according to the Orange County officials. So Disneyland’s vaccination operations, which distributes primarily the Moderna vaccine, will close Thursday through Monday – if supplies arrive that day. RELATED: NASA Rover Perseverance Lands Safely On Mars Thursday The Feb. 24 opening of the Anaheim Convention Center vaccine site may also be delayed due to low supplies. RELATED: TikTok Stars Bryce Hall And Blake Gray Plead Not Guilty To Charges For Throwing Hollywood Hills House Parties Soka University and Santa Ana College vaccine sites primarily dispense the Pfizer vaccine. Health officials say Soka will remain open to distribute second doses, depending on vaccine supplies, but Santa Ana College will close temporarily on Saturday, with a reopening date dependent on the receipt of more Pfizer vaccine supplies. MORE:...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — All COVID-19 vaccination and testing sites operated by the City of Chicago will be closed Tuesday due to the snowstorm. The Chicago Department of Public Health said people who made appointments for Tuesday will be notified of changes. RELATED: LIVE UPDATES: Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Combines With Snowstorm System; Some Could See 15 To 20 Inches The city is assessing overall impact from the storm and will make decisions about testing and vaccine operations on a day-to-day basis. RELATED: Track-Switching Problems Halt Or Delay Multiple CTA Train Lines Cook County health officials also announced late Monday that they will be closing several coronavirus vaccination sites Tuesday due to the snowstorm pounding the Chicago area. MORE: Tired Of Cars Getting Packed In By Snow Plowing, Chicago Woman Petitions City For Better Snow Removal Plan Vaccinations will continue at Stroger Hospital of Cook County, Provident Hospital of Cook County, and the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center. But all other locations – including large-scale sites – will be closed Tuesday.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Many of our nation’s historic sites are closed this President’s Day because of COVID-19. But, they’re still letting people get history lessons online. The National Parks Service produced several videos celebrating George Washington’s birthday which is Feb. 22. RELATED: Marciarose Shestack, First Woman Anchor In Philadelphia, Celebrates 90th Birthday On Monday! RELATED: Manhunt Continues For Gunman Wanted In Shooting At Delaware County Walmart Over Possible Video Game Sale Dispute, Police Say They were shot in historical sites around our area, including Valley Forge. There are also videos from Independence Hall, Mount Vernon, Morristown and too many others to show here. MORE: 22-Year-Old Delaware Man Arrested In Series Of Jewelry Store Thefts, Evesham Township Police Say Click here to watch the videos.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Public Schools says four COVID-19 vaccination sites for teachers and staff will be fully operational this coming week. Starting on Monday, the city will set aside 1,500 shots on top of the 2,000 doses offered last week to pre-K and special education cluster teachers and those who live with vulnerable family members. RELATED: Chicago Weather: Winter Storm Warning For Monday Amid Extremely Cold Temperatures; Up To 10 Inches Of Snow May Be Coming District officials said more than 7,500 employees have been offered vaccinations, but because of privacy laws, and they cannot say how many have accepted. RELATED: Need For Second Doses Will Make It Harder To Find First Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine In Illinois For a full breakdown of the CPS vaccination plan and prioritization strategy, click here. Here are some links to help you make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine: (We have to caution you, it may be difficult to find an available shot in the near future and near your home, but we did want to share all these links in...
    BOSTON (CBS) — A new tool to make it easier to find a COVID vaccine appointment is being launched by the state on Friday. The COVID-19 Vaccine Finder gives people the opportunity to search through vaccination sites and see availability before booking. The tool is on the Mass.gov/COVIDvaccine site, located at the Step 2 prompt. RELATED: Boston To NYC Shortcut? High-Speed Rail Plan Includes 16-Mile Underwater Tunnel Users can search and filter locations to see sites near to a particular zip code, for example. Then, it shows whether there are appointments available on a per-day basis, and other important details such as site instructions, accessibility information, and a link to Google Maps for directions. The tool is available in a number of languages. RELATED: Barred Owl Gets Stuck In Bolton Fireplace After Going Down Chimney Appointment availability updates every five minutes for select sites. The availability at more vaccination site locations will be added as time goes on. MORE: Massachusetts Diverts COVID-19 Vaccines From Hospitals To Other Vaccination Sites The COVID-19 Vaccine Finder is not a booking site, it just...
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