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    CHIPOTLE customers who got orders delivered to them could be owed money after a $4million lawsuit was filed against the restaurant franchise - see if you can claim. The class-action lawsuit was filed in 2021 and claimed that while Chipotle promised free or $1 delivery fees, customers were actually charged more. 1Customers who ordered Chipotle via the company's app and website might be eligible for a refund In fact, those who opted for delivery often found themselves forking out a 10 percent service charge and between 12 and 15 percent more for food, according to the Krazy Cupon Lady. That means customers who ordered $40 worth of food were be hit with a $4 service fee that you wouldn't have paid if you had picked up your food. If you ordered your Chipotle food in the last two years, you could be eligible for a refund. Anyone who placed an order on the Chipotle App or website between May 11, 2020, and January 19, 2022, might be entitled to a piece of the $4million. MORE ON CHIPOTLEBURRITO WINNER Ex-Chipotle worker...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/CNN) — In need of an at-home COVID-19 test or just want to stock up in case you’re not feeling well?  Americans can order additional free at-home tests supplied by the US government starting next week. “If you already ordered free tests, tonight, I’m announcing you can order another group of tests. Go to Covidtest.gov starting next week and you can get more tests,” President Joe Biden said during his Tuesday State of the Union address. READ MORE: Medical Examiner Rules Drowning As Cause Of Death For Hollywood Father, Two ChildrenIn January, the government launched its effort to provide free rapid antigen tests to any household that requested them through that website or by calling 800-232-0233. There was a limit of four tests per residential address. The website now says every home in the US can order an additional set of four tests starting next week. The President had announced in December his plan to make half a billion tests available to Americans by mail, as the Omicron variant was surging across the US. READ MORE: Florida Attorney General...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/CNN) – For those looking for the sometimes hard-to-find at-home COVID-19 tests, you’ll soon be able to order them online and have them delivered to your home. On Wednesday, January 19th, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will begin accepting requests for the free rapid tests at COVIDTests.gov. READ MORE: Giant Asteroid To Safely Zoom By Earth On TuesdayThe initial program will allow four free tests to be requested per residential address “to preserve broad access.” Tests are expected to ship within 7-12 days of being ordered. On the process of test procurement, a senior administration official said, “The administration is quickly completing a contracting process for this unprecedented purchase of 500 million at-home rapid tests, with over 420 million tests already under contract. All paths interactive through this program will be rapid at-home tests that have been granted an emergency use authorization by the FDA. Half a billion tests will be available for order on January 19.” The official also mentioned the administration will also be launching a free call line for the tests, but...
    Stephanie Grisham said Sunday that she had to 'deprogram' after leaving Trump world in claiming that she should be trusted in what she is saying now in her criticism of her former boss. 'I've had a lot of time to deprogram myself,' Grisham told NBC News' Meet the Press on Sunday morning when asked why people should believe what she says now when she admitted to 'misinforming' people during her tenure with Donald Trump. 'I hope people will take that for what it's worth,' she added. Grisham, who served as Trump's press secretary and communications director when he was president, said it was 'fair' to ask why she should be trusted now. 'I definitely got very excited to be around this glamorous world of the Trumps and certainly when I got into the White House, you do get heady with power,' she told NBC host Chuck Todd. 'I don't know that he took advantage of me,' Grisham said. 'I think that was my own weakness.' Former Trump press secretary Stephanie Grisham said she had to 'deprogram' herself after leaving Trump...
    A JUDGE has ordered a Virginia gym teacher be reinstated after he vowed he would not "recognize that biological boys can be girls." Byron Cross was suspended after he said he would not use students' preferred pronouns during a Loudoun County Public Schools meeting last month due to his religious beliefs. 3Cross was suspended after saying he would not use students' preferred pronounsCredit: Loudon County Public Schools 3A judge ordered that the teacher be reinstatedCredit: Facebook/Leesburg Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization Cross said that because of his Christian faith, he could not recognize "a biological boy can be a girl and vice versa." "It's lying to a child, it's abuse to a child, and it's sinning against our God," the gym teacher continued. On Tuesday, Judge James Plowman ordered a temporary injunction and slammed the school district for suspending Cross with only three weeks left in the school year. In his ruling, Judge Plowman said that "action could certainly have been taken by the Defendants that did not rise to this extreme," according to The Loudoun Times-Mirror. 3Cross...
    There is a general consensus that breast milk is best for babies, but unfortunately not all mothers can, for various reasons, breastfeed their young. That is why a British mother has launched a bottled breast milk delivery service, similar to platforms like Deliveroo. As collected by the Daily Mail, the idea came from Julia Sarno, a mother entrepreneur who came up with the idea for the first time after her problems breastfeeding her own son, Raffaele, who is now eight years old. “I felt it was my fault that I could not provide this much needed milk, and that it was my responsibility find a solution“She said. Later she thought, ‘Now we have all these food delivery services, so why can’t we order natural foods for our babies in the same way?” Thus, last September BestMilk.co.uk began making deliveries, that works with donations from women with excess breast milk. “They are sorry to throw it down the sink,” Sarno said. “So instead of wasting it, now they are happy to share it.” Donors, who are not paid but are...
    Sony Playstation 5 : * Sponsored content. Little Nightmares II, the long-awaited sequel to the horror title from Tarsier Studios and Bandai Namco, will be released next Thursday, February 11, but if you want to get it you can book it at TTDV, where they also have all its versions that will arrive home on time on the day of its launch if you reserve it now. On the one hand you can get hold of Little Nightmares II Day One Edition for 32.49 which includes the base game in which we will enter new and dark scenarios controlling Mono, a new protagonist who will be helped by Six, the main character from the previous installment, to reach a mysterious telecommunications tower. On the other hand, those who want to reserve TV Edition from Little Nightmares II can do it now on TTDV for 44.90 . This edition includes the base game, a Monkey and Six diorama, a collector’s TV box, the soundtrack, the art book, a collector’s steelbook, and exclusive stickers. Pre-order Little Nightmares II...
    The Oxford University/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine is up to 90 per cent effective and can be stored safely in a standard fridge in another huge boost for the fight against Covid-19, preliminary results have revealed today.    The life-saving jab is viewed as Britain's best chance of mass-inoculation of the population by the end of spring because Boris Johnson has ordered 100million doses.  Vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna in the US have showed 95 per cent protection.   Oxford University/AstraZeneca said today they have found no serious Covid-19 cases among any of 20,000 people who received the jab in the UK and Brazil.  The trials found that the jab is 90 per cent effective at fighting the killer virus when administered as a half dose first and then a full dose a month later.  This drops to 62 per cent when someone is given two full doses a month apart. A coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University can prevent 70.4% of people from getting Covid-19, data shows RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next So who SHOULD get the...
    A federal judge in D.C. on Thursday ordered the Postal Service to begin conducting twice daily sweeps of its facilities for any mail-in ballots in states where there is still time for them to be delivered and counted. Judge Emmet Sullivan said in a brief order that "that all USPS processing facilities that serve a state with an extended ballot receipt deadline shall, until that deadline passes, perform a morning ballot sweep (no later than 10 a.m., local time) and a mid-to-late afternoon ballot sweep that is timed to ensure that any identified local ballots can be delivered that day."  "Upon completing a sweep, each facility shall report to USPS Headquarters the total number of ballots identified and confirm that those ballots have been expedited for delivery to meet applicable extended state deadlines," added Sullivan, who was appointed to the D.C. federal district court by former President Clinton.  The order comes in a set of lawsuits from groups challenging the Trump administration's handling of the Postal Service in the months leading up to the election. The plaintiff groups, including the...
    The NBA appears to have made a U-turn after fans discovered they were unable to order customized jerseys with 'Free Hong Kong' printed on the back. A viral video had exposed the league's apparent aversion to the political sentiment, while its online jersey creator allowed for 'Free America', 'Free Canada' and 'Free Mexico.' Hours after the discovery was made, the officially partnered NBA store on Fanatics.com began allowing for 'Free Hong Kong' to be printed on jerseys. The NBA was roundly criticized on social media for the inconsistency amid renewed claims it is bowing to its communist paymasters in Beijing. It is the latest rumbling in a row which started last week when Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) wrote an open letter to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver which accused the league of hypocrisy in its stance towards social justice.  I bet the #NBA will allow you to put #freewoj on their custom t-shirts. But why won’t they allow #FreeHongKong???? Whatsup @NBA @Fanatics pic.twitter.com/9X3eGd4lwa— Vince (@vincepaz1230) July 13, 2020 A viral video had exposed the league's apparent aversion to the political...
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