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North East Nigeria: COVID-19 Point of Entry Dashboard 60 (10 – 16 July 2021) – Nigeria

During the COVID-19 pandemic, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM), in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), monitors the movement to and from Nigeria’s Adamawa and Borno States, located in the North East Zone. Assessments are conducted at Points of Entry located along the border with Cameroon.

During the period 10 – 16 July 2021, 201 movements were observed at three Points of Entry in Borno State. Of the total movements recorded, 101 were incoming from Cameroon’s Far North Region and 28 incoming from Ndjamena in Chad, while 135 were outgoing from Borno State to Cameroon‘s Far North Region.

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Dashboard lights to never ignore

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Cars in 2021 come with all sorts of digital nannies, many with a dashboard display that looks like an iPad, telling you if a tire is getting low, if another car is too close, or if it’s almost time for an oil change.

It’s easy to ignore all the alerts and reminders on that screen.

But there are three warning lights that require immediate attention, and if you ignore them you could be stranded.

Let’s say you’re driving along, and all of a sudden a bell chimes. You look down, and see a warning light on the

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Seven providers sign up for dashboard test

Aviva and Phoenix have joined five other providers to take part in the first test of the pensions dashboard.

The software providers, third party administrators and pension providers taking part include Aquila Heywood, Aviva, Capita, Legal and General, Mercer and Phoenix Group, with a combined membership of more than 30m savers.

In this initial stage of testing, the Pensions Dashboards Programme (PDP) will develop its technology as well as making sure that the processes in place make onboarding as easy as possible.

The outcomes will then be shared across the industry to help all providers connect to dashboards in the

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How can the new Closing the Gap dashboard highlight what indicators and targets are on track?

The 2021 Close the Gap report declared the national agreement on Closing the Gap “a game changer” that sets a new standard for how governments work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and communities.

The national agreement was signed a year ago and put its signatories on a 12-month timetable for action.

Since then, the Productivity Commission has released a new dashboard for reporting on the government’s progress across 17 key socioeconomic indicators and on priority reforms when the data is available. The first report based on this data has been released today.

We are now at a

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Why the Pandemic Accelerated the Decline of the Data Dashboard

An uncommon event like a pandemic means that last year’s data can’t be used to predict this year’s conditions. What’s next after that data dashboard?

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One of the staples of business intelligence technology for years has been the data dashboard. Organizations could spin up a visual report that would be updated regularly, giving business users an up-to-date view of a variety of metrics deemed to be key performance indicators or KPIs.

It was an easy way to expose important data insights to business users who may not have the time or inclination to do their

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Smartphone Accessories: ESR MagSafe Dashboard Car Mount $21 (Save 40%), more

ESR’s official Amazon storefront currently offers its HaloLock Dashboard Wireless Charger for $20.99 when code YXXD9QDM has been applied at checkout. Shipping is free for Prime members or in orders over $25. Normally fetching $35, today’s offer amounts to 40% in savings and matches our previous mention for the all-time low. As one of ESR’s latest charging accessories, its new HaloLock car mount was designed with iPhone 12 handsets in mind thanks to built-in MagSafe capabilities. Alongside keeping your smartphone in view while on-the-road thanks to an adjustable, telescoping design, it’ll also refuel your handset at 7.5W speeds. Over 515

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Data dashboard: Traffic in town is back to 2019 levels

Aspen Journalism is compiling a data dashboard highlighting metrics of local public interest, updated at least every Friday. Check back for updates as we add more features.

Traffic in town dropped in 2020 but is now catching up

When the ski lifts shut down in mid-March 2020, the city of Aspen recorded a significant drop in traffic at the intersection of Highway 82 and Cemetery Lane, located at the entrance of town, from an average of 15,501 per day in March 2020 to 8,462 in April 2020. But this year, the daily average for the months of March through June

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Smile! You May Be on a Dashboard Cam | Hudson Cook, LLP

By now, most dealers are aware of the need to safeguard data stored in in-car tech. Just like it’s important to remember that cars can store data, it’s also important to remember that cars can record data. The ability of cars to record data is perhaps nowhere as sensitive as in the case of dashboard cameras, which can record both video and audio, including when a car is in your service bay.

When you operate a vehicle servicing operation, you have responsibilities to protect your dealership, your employees, and your customers. When a car pulls in for servicing, a dashcam

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Knowledge dashboard: Visitors on the town is again to 2019 ranges

Aspen Journalism is compiling an information dashboard highlighting metrics of native public curiosity, up to date at the very least each Friday. Examine again for updates as we add extra options.

Visitors on the town dropped in 2020 however is now catching up

When the ski lifts shut down in mid-March 2020, town of Aspen recorded a big drop in site visitors on the intersection of Freeway 82 and Cemetery Lane, positioned on the entrance of city, from a median of 15,501 per day in March 2020 to eight,462 in April 2020. However this yr, the day by day common

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Virginia’s new COVID-19 dashboard hopes to cut down vaccine hesitancy

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY)- A new COVID-19 dashboard is hoping to cut down on vaccine hesitancy, according to health department officials in the state.

Last week, the Virginia Department of Health launched the dashboard which displays COVID-19 cases based on vaccination status.

“I think the main takeaway for the general public is that it shows if one is vaccinated, how it reduces the chances of getting the virus, hospitalized, or dying from the illness,” said Dr. Parham Jaberi. “Hearing from the community saying ‘Well, I just

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