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I'm A Celebrity: Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire voted off

and  were the latest celebrities to be voted off I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in the series’ first double elimination on Monday. 

The star, 63, and the journalist, 52, fought back tears as they held hands on their departure from the ITV programme, with the duo describing their stint as ‘absolutely amazing’.

The remaining eight celebrities will continue to be evicted from the programme’s new location of Gwrych Castle in North Wales each night until the finale on Friday, after parasport athlete Hollie Arnold and actress were booted from the show last week.  

They're out! Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire were voted off in the series' first double elimination on Monday

They’re out! Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire were the latest celebrities to be voted off I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in the series’ first double elimination on Monday

During a joint interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, BBC star Victoria said: ‘It’s been absolutely amazing. Marrying Mark and having my two boys – this is up there. I squeezed the life out of it. I would ask questions if I wasn’t a journalist! Legends like this… everyone has got a story to tell.

‘Within days there was something about having no distractions, it’s like OMG you’re telling your life story to strangers, but it was lovely.

‘You think you’d get on with most people as we’re normal and relative nice. I thought there would always be one [who you wouldn’t get on with], but there wasn’t!’

Actress Beverley added: ‘We’re sad to go but we’re happy to go. I don’t know what got me through it, I still feel like I don’t have any survival skills. You just do it and your mind goes into a different place. It’s completely up there with everything, it was truly unforgettable.’

Pals: The Coronation Street star, 63, and the journalist, 52, shared a hug as they exited North Wales' Gwrych Castle after forming a close friendship

Pals: The Coronation Street star, 63, and the journalist, 52, shared a hug as they exited North Wales’ Gwrych Castle after forming a close friendship

Close call: The original campmates fought back tears on their departure as Russell Watson narrowly avoided elimination as he joined them in the bottom three

Close call: The original campmates fought back tears on their departure as Russell Watson narrowly avoided elimination as he joined them in the bottom three

The soap star left fans baffled throughout the series as she tucked into non-vegan meals during her journey, despite claiming to follow a plant-based lifestyle. 

The ITV icon defended her diet after her on-screen son Simon Gregson quipped he would brand himself a ‘mango’ if she hadn’t just changed her diet to suit the show.

She explained: ‘I started it in March as I had an operation. I saw this documentary that claimed that your joints heal faster if you go plant-based.’

When asked who they hope will win this year’s edition, the pair agreed that they’d like to see Shane Richie and Jordan North in the final two.

You've got in a friend in me: The actress and the broadcaster held hands on their departure from the ITV programme

You’ve got in a friend in me: The actress and the broadcaster held hands on their departure from the ITV programme

Much-loved journey: They took part in a joint interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, where they said they were 'sad' to leave

Much-loved journey: They took part in a joint interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, where they said they were ‘sad’ to leave

'Marrying Mark [Sandell, her husband] and having my two boys - this is up there': The newsreader heaped praise on camp life

‘Marrying Mark [Sandell, her husband] and having my two boys – this is up there’: The newsreader heaped praise on camp life

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'I started it in March after my surgery': The soap star left fans baffled throughout the series as she tucked into non-vegan meals during her journey, despite claiming to follow a plant-based lifestyle, but ensured she explained her diet

‘I started it in March after my surgery’: The soap star left fans baffled throughout the series as she tucked into non-vegan meals during her journey, despite claiming to follow a plant-based lifestyle, but ensured she explained her diet

First to leave: Last week, Paralympic champion Hollie Arnold, 26, said she's 'devastated' to end her journey (pictured)

'It was brutal!' Viewers saw stage star Ruthie Henshall, 53, depart the ITV programme on Sunday

First causalities: Parasport athlete Hollie Arnold (L) and actress Ruthie Henshall (R) were voted off the show last week

Elsewhere in the episode, Russell Watson – who narrowly avoided elimination as he was in the bottom three – managed to collect five out of 10 stars as he was spun through a batter in the horrifying Rank Rotisserie task.

The tenor, 54, was quizzed on his general knowledge as he earned five meals for the team, before he joked: ‘I got asked to do Celebrity Mastermind, let’s just say I won’t be doing it.’

Musician Russell volunteered to take part in the challenge, stating: ‘I’ve been desperate to get out and prove myself and just give something back to the camp.’

His time has come: Elsewhere in the episode, artist Russell managed to collect five out of 10 stars as he was spun through a batter in the horrifying Rank Rotisserie task, after pleading with his campmates to let him take on a Bushtucker Trial

His time has come: Elsewhere in the episode, artist Russell managed to collect five out of 10 stars as he was spun through a batter in the horrifying Rank Rotisserie task, after pleading with his campmates to let him take on a Bushtucker Trial

'I got asked to do Celebrity Mastermind, let's just say I won't be doing it!' The tenor, 54, was quizzed on his general knowledge as he earned five meals for the team

‘I got asked to do Celebrity Mastermind, let’s just say I won’t be doing it!’ The tenor, 54, was quizzed on his general knowledge as he earned five meals for the team

'I've been desperate to get out and prove myself': Musician Russell volunteered to take part in the challenge

‘I’ve been desperate to get out and prove myself’: Musician Russell volunteered to take part in the challenge

'How did I get here? It's be careful what you wish for': Moments later, the Barcelona singer appeared to quickly regret his decision

‘How did I get here? It’s be careful what you wish for’: Moments later, the Barcelona singer appeared to quickly regret his decision

Moments later, the artist appeared to quickly regret his decision as he exclaimed: ‘How did I get here? It’s be careful what you wish for.’

Russell was strapped onto a metal base and suspended over a vat of freezing cold congealed gunk while he was required to answer questions during 10 rounds, with a total of 10 meals up for grabs.

As he spun around the tool, the That’s Life hitmaker grabbed a category and could only pass once on a topic.    Shocked to discover the batter was extremely cold, the singer was questioned about Harry Potter, science, history, jungle royalty and castles.

The Irlam native was able to name the current world record for the men’s marathon, an answer he credited to Mo Farah, admitting: ‘That’s what sitting next to him for two weeks does for you. I’d have never have known that.’

Yuck! The media personality was strapped onto a metal base and suspended over a vat of freezing cold congealed gunk

Yuck! The media personality was strapped onto a metal base and suspended over a vat of freezing cold congealed gunk

Challenge: Russell was required to answer questions during 10 rounds, with a total of 10 meals up for grabs

Challenge: Russell was required to answer questions during 10 rounds, with a total of 10 meals up for grabs

'It sounds like one of the worst that's happened so far': His campmate, Beverley, was left disappointed by the result

‘It sounds like one of the worst that’s happened so far’: His campmate, Beverley, was left disappointed by the result

When faced with a television-themed question, the contestant joked his favourite show had been I’m A Celebrity ‘until now’. 

After scoring five stars and five meals for the camp, Russell told hosts Ant and Dec: ‘My Dad’s always said it’s a good job you can sing as you can do sod all else. I think they’ll be happy with that. I’m happy with it, just happy to get out of there to be honest with you.’

Admitting the trial wasn’t what he expected, he added: ‘It was a thousand times worse than I was expecting. I was expecting it to be bad, but it was like they’d had ice cubes in it all night. It was absolutely freezing.’

His campmate Beverley was left disappointed by the result as she said: ‘It sounds like one of the worst that’s happened so far.’ 

Long-distance runner Mo added: ‘The portion sizes tonight are going to be small. Normally we’ve been hitting high, the 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, but tonight the trial was tough. As he said. I would have struggled.’

'It was a thousand times worse than I was expecting': The singer admitted the trial wasn't what he expected

‘It was a thousand times worse than I was expecting’: The singer admitted the trial wasn’t what he expected

Earlier on, Giovanna Fletcher gushed about being able to interview Kate Middleton for her Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast in February.

Detailing the change to chat with the Duchess of Cambridge with Shane Richie, she joked she ‘might have fallen in love’ with the royal.

The author, 35, described Kate as being ‘divine and so elegant’ as she reflected on their talk, after actor Shane, 56, had asked who she’d interviewed for the podcast.

'I might have fallen in love': Earlier on, Giovanna Fletcher gushed about being able to interview Kate Middleton for her Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast in February

‘I might have fallen in love’: Earlier on, Giovanna Fletcher gushed about being able to interview Kate Middleton for her Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast in February

Giovanna revealed they were originally meant to chat for just 45 minutes which was extended to 90 minutes because they had so much to talk about. 

The podcast star told the EastEnders star: ‘I would call her Kate Middleton before (the interview) but they all call her Katherine or The Duchess. So now, I’m kinda like “the Duchess, or Katherine”.’

Giovanna then added she ‘might have fallen in love’ with Kate after their interview, as Shane teased her by saying she had a ‘girl crush.’

Looking back: Detailing the change to chat with the Duchess of Cambridge with Shane Richie, the author, 35, joked she 'might have fallen in love' with the royal (pictured together)

Looking back: Detailing the change to chat with the Duchess of Cambridge with Shane Richie, the author, 35, joked she ‘might have fallen in love’ with the royal (pictured together)

The mother-of-three later took part in the Castle Coin challenge with Mo, 37, who struggled to find Wales on a map.

At first the duo were shocked to learn they would be separated and and had to follow signs with their names on in different directions.

The sportsman ended up in front of a map with shields positioned on different countries and had to use the walkie talkie to describe them to Giovanna.

The wife of McFly star Tom Fletcher then searched for the shields to match the country she was given. To make it harder, the map was only seen for 30 seconds before Mo had to run back and pull a cord again.

Not his strong suit: The mother-of-three later took part in the Castle Coin challenge with Mo Farah, 37, who struggled to find Wales on a map

Not his strong suit: The mother-of-three later took part in the Castle Coin challenge with Mo Farah, 37, who struggled to find Wales on a map

Tricky task: The athlete ended up in front of a map with shields positioned on different countries and had to use the walkie talkie to describe them to Giovanna

Tricky task: The athlete ended up in front of a map with shields positioned on different countries and had to use the walkie talkie to describe them to Giovanna

Hoping for a treat: After winning their coins, the duo got to choose either chocolate eclairs and cheese and crackers as a reward for the camp

Hoping for a treat: After winning their coins, the duo got to choose either chocolate eclairs and cheese and crackers as a reward for the camp

Not today: However the camp answered the all-important question wrong and had to do without any eclairs

Not today: However the camp answered the all-important question wrong and had to do without any eclairs

Mo, hilariously considering he’s currently filming I’m A Celebrity in the country, admitted: ‘I was struggling to find Wales on the map.’

Moments later, Vernon Kay, 46, revealed the camp had found itself with a ‘phantom dribbler’ as he ended up joking that the culprit was Shane.

The presenter said: ‘We have a phantom dribbler in camp and someone has been sprinkling when they tinkle and it’s caused quite a stir… it is a bit awkward, how do you teach people over 25 years old how to pee.’

The mystery came up after thespian Shane said he went to the privy in the middle of the night and someone had dribbled before him. 

What a mess! Moments later, Vernon Kay, 46, revealed that the camp had found itself with a 'phantom dribbler' as he ended up joking that the culprit was Shane

What a mess! Moments later, Vernon Kay, 46, revealed that the camp had found itself with a ‘phantom dribbler’ as he ended up joking that the culprit was Shane

BBC Radio 1 DJ Jordan North, 30, who was accused of urinating on the floor during Friday’s show, said he certainly wasn’t the phantom dribbler, joking it was Shane.

Talking in the Telegraph, Shane said: ‘I’ve had a dodgy stomach and the last thing anyone will do is stand when they go to the toilet.’   

Vernon also recalled the moment his wife Tess Daly gave him a dig in his arm as he cracked jokes with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair.

The broadcaster entertained his fellow campmates when he revealed he was invited to Chequers during the politician’s leadership.

Could it be? Talking in the Telegraph, thespian Shane defended himself as he said: 'I've had a dodgy stomach and the last thing anyone will do is stand when they go to the toilet'

Could it be? Talking in the Telegraph, thespian Shane defended himself as he said: ‘I’ve had a dodgy stomach and the last thing anyone will do is stand when they go to the toilet’

Toilet talk: The state of the toilet facilities has often being a hot topic of conversation around the campfire

Toilet talk: The state of the toilet facilities has often being a hot topic of conversation around the campfire

The host admitted that while Tess, kampus terbaik Di lampung 51, was left irritated by his humour, he and Tony, 67, surprisingly bonded over Lightsabers.

Vernon was inspired to reflect on the formal dinner after the camp commented on the full moon which illuminated North Wales’ Gwrych Castle.

During the gathering with the Strictly star, Tony, his wife Cherie and Lord and Lady Sainsbury, the media personality touched on when the former Labour leader complimented the dark sky.

The TV star shared: ‘I didn’t even look, I just went, ”yeah Tony, I know, I know, I…”, before making a cheeky wolf noise.

Unlikely guests: Later on, the broadcaster recalled the moment his wife Tess Daly gave him a dig in his arm as he cracked jokes with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair

Unlikely guests: Later on, the broadcaster recalled the moment his wife Tess Daly gave him a dig in his arm as he cracked jokes with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair

When asked if the businessman was amused by his antics, the former All Star Family Fortunes presenter admitted that he was a fan, but his long-time partner Tess was left unimpressed. 

The Splash star also explained how barrister Cherie, 66, showed the guests around their former country house, which was filled with historic paintings and gifts from other countries.

Vernon added that they saw some swords used by Oliver Cromwell as Tony claimed he knew how to use the weapons following a Lightsaber tutorial with Hollywood actor Samuel L Jackson.

Talking in the Telegraph, the former model said: ‘You just think big decisions have been made in these rooms then Tess Daly from Strictly Come Dancing and Vernon Kay from Family Fortunes walk in.’

Jokes on him: When asked if the politician was amused by his antics, Vernon admitted that he was a fan, but his long-time partner Tess was left unimpressed

Jokes on him: When asked if the politician was amused by his antics, Vernon admitted that he was a fan, but his long-time partner Tess was left unimpressed

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Holly Willoughby suffers a wardrobe malfunction live on This Morning

Maret 30, 2022   Uncategorized   No comments

 She puts on a stunning display live on This Morning every day. 

Yet had a slight flaw in her polished appearance on Thursday as she took to the couch before realising she still had the tag left on her skirt. 

Sharing a giggle with her co-host – who was grumbling over an itchy label – she revealed the tag was still attached to her £149 skirt. 

Oh no! Holly Willoughby had a slight flaw in her polished appearance on Thursday as she took to the couch before realising she still had the tag left on her skirt

Oh no! Holly Willoughby had a slight flaw in her polished appearance on Thursday as she took to the couch before realising she still had the tag left on her skirt

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Holly looked incredible in the Claudette Sequin Skirt from Hobbs, yet she had unfortunately forgotten to remove the tag.  

Phillip demanded somebody source a pair of scissors, when he flashed his label, yet Holly took things in hand by yanking her tag off.  

It comes shortly after it was revealed that she earned an impressive £2m last year, thanks to her This Morning and Dancing On Ice hosting gigs, and other endeavours.

The presenter, owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin – Roxy Media Ltd.

Wah! Sharing a giggle with her co-host Phillip - who was grumbling over an itchy label - Holly revealed the tag was still attached to her £149 skirt during Thursday's show

Wah! Sharing a giggle with her co-host Phillip Schofield – who was grumbling over an itchy label – she revealed the tag was still attached to her £149 skirt

Oops! Holly looked incredible in the Claudette Sequin Skirt from Hobbs, yet she had unfortunately forgotten to remove the tag

Oops! Holly looked incredible in the Claudette Sequin Skirt from Hobbs, yet she had unfortunately forgotten to remove the tag

Records for the firm show her 2019 earnings – with £1.5 million in the bank after shelling out £407,850 in Corporation Tax, according to The Sun.

The publication reports that Holly’s ITV presenting gigs earn her around £600,0000-a-year. 

This is despite the fact she only works four days a a week and gets all school holidays off, for This Morning, and only hosts Dancing On Ice one night a week for a couple of months in the year.

Partnership: The presenter owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin - Roxy Media Ltd [pictured together last month]

Partnership: The presenter owns an 80 percent share in a company she runs with her producer husband Dan Baldwin – Roxy Media Ltd [pictured together last month]

On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier.

Regarding the latter, Holly joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday.

The presenter light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’.

It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children.

In the money: On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier

In the money: On top of this, Holly charges £25,000 for speaking engagements. She also has ad deals with household retailer Dunelm, as well as the likes of M&S and Garnier

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Aussie spaceplane spies sandpit lift-off

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A hypersonic ‘spaceplane’ is being developed in inner Sydney, but the passengers will be gadgets not people.

Named Delta Velos, the sleek vehicle will be powered by four green-hydrogen fuelled scramjet engines to send small satellites into orbit.

Engineer Simon Ringer and his team at the University of Sydney are working with Australian aerospace engineering startup Hypersonix Launch Systems on the zero-emissions spaceplane.

“There will be this Australian-made vehicle which is just a complete leap in technology, travelling at hypersonic speeds,” Professor Ringer told AAP on Thursday.

With the development of sophisticated 3D printers, pts terbaik sumatera the so-called additive manufacturing tools, objects have jumped from fun and wacky to industrial and useful.

Additive manufacturing will be used to make flight-critical parts of the spaceplane, which will be powered by the world’s first 3D printed scramjet engine.

“You can suddenly take things off the blueprint and off the design chart,” Prof Ringer said.

“We can build shapes and designs in 3D that we could never make before. You can really let your imagination run riot.”

Add to that the ability to imagine and combine new alloys, and the project takes another leap.

“This is a totally new way of making metallurgical materials. It’s different from a foundry, it’s different from things that happen at a steel plant,” he said.

“All of a sudden we’re looking back at the periodic table, we’re looking at combinations of elements that can come together in a new process and in many instances they’ve got amazing properties like high-temperature strength.”

Both aspects can be tested in the manufacturing hub in the engineering precinct of the University of Sydney’s Darlington campus.

Hypersonix will develop a series of smaller proof-of-concept vehicles before launching into the larger version.

The first of these projects will be powered by one single scramjet engine with a range of 500km that could also be used as a hypersonic target drone.

The only emissions will be water vapour, according to Hypersonix managing director David Waterhouse.

He aims to launch a three-metre long DART AE demonstrator version in early 2023 as the world’s first 3D print of an entire hypersonic platform in high-temperature alloys.

It could be the first of many projects for Professor Ringer’s crew.

“Our vision for the Sydney manufacturing hub is that companies like Hypersonix come in and work with us, and dink around and learn how this amazing scientific and technological disruption that is additive manufacturing can be deployed,” Prof Ringer said.

“We’d like to be a sandpit for Aussie companies.”

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Jessica Alba and Honor, 12, look identical in matching sweatsuits

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She’s created an empire with The Honest Company brand.

And Jessica Alba brought her oldest daughter Honor along to run errands in on Wednesday afternoon.

The 39-year-old actress looked nearly identical to her 12-year-old as the pair pounded the pavement in matching sweatsuits. 

Out and about: Jessica Alba brought her oldest daughter Honor along to run errands in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon

Out and about: Jessica Alba brought her oldest daughter Honor along to run errands in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon

Jessica was ready for business as she took long strides through a parking lot wearing a faded orange set.

A crewneck sweater kept her warm in the brisk Southern California fall weather, which she teamed with matching sweats.

She added another pop of color with a grey bag slouched across her shoulder and rocked a pair of pink and white trainers.

Mom and Me: The 39-year-old actress looked nearly identical to her 12-year-old as the pair pounded the pavement in matching sweatsuits

Mom and kampus terbaik di lampung Me: The 39-year-old actress looked nearly identical to her 12-year-old as the pair pounded the pavement in matching sweatsuits

Honor followed a similar muted color palette wearing a grey set with blush hued Adidas sneakers.

While Jessica kept her face covering wrapped around her neck, her eldest daughter sported an olive green mask.

Alba regularly keeps fans updated about personal and professional projects through her YouTube channel.

Family first: Alba regularly keeps fans updated about personal and professional projects through her YouTube channel

Family first: Alba regularly keeps fans updated about personal and professional projects through her YouTube channel

Good times: She recently shared a teacher appreciation basket tutorial with Honor to celebrate the educators in their lives

Good times: She recently shared a teacher appreciation basket tutorial with Honor to celebrate the educators in their lives 

She recently shared a teacher appreciation basket tutorial with Honor to celebrate the educators in their lives.

Alba launched The Honest Company in 2012 and sells a range of household goods, diapers, body care and beauty products.

The ethically-sourced and eco-friendly company has exploded in popularity through the years and is estimated to be worth more than $1 billion. 

Jessica has been married to husband Cash Warren for 12 years and the couple have three children: Honor, Haven, nine, and Hayes, three. 

Entrepreneur: Alba launched The Honest Company in 2012 and sells a range of household goods, diapers, body care and beauty products

Entrepreneur: Alba launched The Honest Company in 2012 and sells a range of household goods, diapers, body care and beauty products

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Abbott's COVID test sales in spotlight as Omicron fuels demand

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By Amruta Khandekar and Leroy Leo Jan 25 (Reuters) – Abbott Laboratories is likely to report a surge in fourth-quarter sales of COVID-19 test kits as makers of rapid tests benefited from supercharged demand due to the fast-spreading Omicron variant, even as they wrestled supply snarls.

Earlier this month, Abbott said it has the capacity to support the heightened demand, which is likely to stay strong in the near term. The company will report results on Wednesday before markets open. Test makers have grappled with choppy demand in the past few quarters as COVID-19 infections have surged and plateaued in the United States, making it difficult to predict whether demand will hold up for Kampus terbaik di Lampung the long term.

Despite the early gains, Abbott, which has been scaling up production capacity for rapid tests such as its BinaxNOW, may hold back on providing COVID-19 test sales estimates beyond the first quarter or the first half of 2022, analysts said. “That may seem inadequate… but if you see the experience they (Abbott) had throughout 2020 and early 2021, it is very hard to predict demand for these tests. I mean, right now they’re very strong but in six months, they could slow back down again,” said Credit Suisse analyst Matt Miksic.

Abbott is also expected to benefit this year from a supply contract website with the U.S. government, as the country makes free rapid tests available to its people in its battle against the crisis. Click here for an interactive graphic : website THE CONTEXT ** U.S.

testing demand has shot up in recent months with Quest Diagnostics, one of the largest U.S. commercial laboratory companies, performing nearly double the number of COVID-19 tests compared to the third quarter of last year. ** The Biden administration, which has come under criticism for not focusing on testing sooner, has pledged to procure 1 billion free rapid tests for Americans as a part of its effort to stem the Omicron spread.

Click here for an interactive graphic : website THE FUNDAMENTALS ** Abbott is expected to report fourth-quarter revenue of $10.71 billion on Jan. 26, according to the mean estimate from 16 analysts based on Refinitiv data. ** Abbott reported total third-quarter sales of $10.9 billion. COVID-19 test sales brought in $1.9 billion in sales.

** Abbott has forecast fourth-quarter COVID-19 test sales between $1 billion and $1.4 billion. WALL STREET SENTIMENT ** The current average analyst rating on Abbott shares is “buy”, with six analysts rating it “strong buy”, 13 “buy” four “hold” and one “sell”. ** Wall Street’s median 12-month price target is $145.50.

** The company’s shares have risen about 29% in 2021. QUARTER ENDING EPS ESTIMATE ACTUAL EPS BEAT, MET, ($) ($) MISSED Sept. 30. 2021 $0.95 $1.40 BEAT June 30. 2021 $1.02 $1.17 BEAT March 31. 2021 $1.27 $1.32 BEAT Dec. 31. 2020 $1.35 $1.45 BEAT Sept.

30. 2020 $0.91 $0.98 BEAT June 30. 2020 $0.42 $0.57 BEAT (Reporting by Amruta Khandekar and Leroy Leo; Editing by Sriraj Kalluvila)

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Want to learn Python? We found 5 online coding courses for beginners

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Though millions of Americans  due to the . If a new career move is what you’re after, can help you acquire the skill set for a new digital position, including opportunities to work from home — and there are plenty of online online coding class options that can help.

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It’s important to know which programming language you want to learn before you get started — Python, JavaScript, C# or one of — and it hinges on what you want to do with it, like build a website, a game or an app. We recommend starting with Python, which is frequently ranked as an programming language often used in business settings.

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No previous coding experience is required for this Python course, making it a good choice for the absolute beginner at Python programming. Jack Donaldson is a game designer and programmer who’ll teach you the basic concepts and fundamentals of the Python programming language. You’ll need a laptop or desktop computer and will start by and , an integrated development environment used to help build software applications. Both are free to download.

Donaldson first takes you through the introductory course topics, Python training basics like variables, data types, condition statements and manipulating strings and texts. He also covers more complicated advanced Python code topics like loops and functions. In his class description video, Donaldson says his Python online course relies heavily on “doing” — expect lots of projects and walkthroughs to help you build a foundation in Python skills.

What it costs: Some online classes on Skillshare are free when you create an account, but most require a premium membership, which costs $99 annually or $19 a month. You can sign up for 14 free days of unlimited classes. The premium membership is also ad-free and lets you download classes to your mobile device and watch offline. 

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The , offered on Coursera through the University of Michigan, explores the basics of the Python programming language, writing your first program and using variables and core programming tools.

The programming foundations course is part of the five-course . You can enroll in a single Python class to get started, go through Python certification, or audit the class and review the materials for free. 

The Python for Everybody Specialization is considered a beginner specialization and if you subscribe to one Python course, you’ll be included in the whole specialization. According to Coursera, the first two Python online training courses offer Python tutorial basics aimed at those with no programming experience. 

The online Python course is free to download and requires a laptop or desktop computer to learn Python coding skills.

What it costs: Coursera operates more like a traditional online college course with enrollment windows. Sometimes the certificates you earn can apply as a credit at an institution, but it has to be stated. When you sign up for Coursera, you get a seven-day free trial and then it costs $49 a month. You can also choose to audit the class for free, which lets you read and view the Python program course content only. 

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This Udemy course from a professional software developer aims to provide complete coding beginners with an understanding of Python fundamentals over 363 short lectures. You’ll learn Python programming skills that can be applied to specific branches like machine learning and data science as well as other programming jobs centered around Python. 

The course primarily focuses on Python 3 (the latest release being version 3.8), but you’ll also learn how to work with Python 2. You can on Python’s main site. As you learn more about the programming language, you can read up on the changes that have been implemented in the change logs. 

What it costs: Udemy’s course prices are set by the individual instructors from a price tier, unless they choose to offer them for free. This course costs $110, which is steeper than most of the others listed, but it has a lot to offer.

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The Python in 90 minutes class on Skillshare is a bite-size crash course on the coding language if you’re pressed for time or in need of a refresher. The instructor efficiently packs the essentials of Python into 25 lessons along with extra materials, reviews and practice sheets. This Python training course is aimed at beginners and will teach you the fundamentals. Like the others, you’ll need a laptop or desktop to work on.

What it costs: Some online classes on Skillshare are free when you create an account, but most require a premium membership, which costs $99 annually or $19 a month. You can sign up for 14 free days of unlimited classes. The premium membership is also ad-free and lets you download classes to your mobile device and watch offline. 

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This Python course from Texas A&M University Professor John Keysor starts with the basics and the course content takes a deep dive into the Python language over 24 lessons. Each lesson is about 30 minutes and builds upon the last to show you practical applications for Python. In the course description, Keysor notes such applications coding for games and graphics, analyzing sports statistics, simulating retirement funds and basic robotics. 

What it costs: The Great Courses doesn’t have a flat subscription fee like Skillshare. Keysor’s course costs $50 on instant video or $70 on DVD. At the time of publication a sale was happening on The Great Courses website. 

When you make a Great Courses account, you can stream the course for free with trial with The . The content can then be accessed over the iOS or Android app, or on your TV via the Roku app, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.

To learn more digital skills, check out the free classes you can take . And for more, check out  and other online classes to help you , and .

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Holly Willoughby jokes she'd be 'out of a job if I wasn't blonde'

joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday.

The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’.

It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children. 

Makeover: Holly Willoughby joked she would be 'out of a job if I wasn't blonde' as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday

Makeover: Holly Willoughby joked she would be ‘out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’ as she hosted a tutorial on how to dye your roots at home with Davina McCall on Tuesday

During the Instagram Live, Holly said as she prepared her hair-dye: ‘I’m not an expert but you don’t have to be.That’s the point of home colouring.

‘Had it not been for lockdown I’m not sure we would have done this on camera.

‘But now people know that we do actually do it at home.’

Davina showed her greying roots on camera and later spoke about her hair colour over the years.

Touch-up: The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would 'be out of a job'

Touch-up: The presenter, 39, who is a brand ambassador for Garnier, light-heartedly said she was relieved Davina, 53, would never be blonde again because she would ‘be out of a job’

Return: It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her 'very poorly' children

Return: It comes after Holly returned to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off due to a coronavirus scare with two of her ‘very poorly’ children

She said: ‘When I went from blonde to brunette I felt a bit invisible but now I wouldn’t go back.’

To which Holly joked: ‘Good job you’re brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn’t blonde.’

The This Morning star said she touches up her roots every three weeks to prevent any unwanted grey hairs. 

Having a laugh: Holly joked: 'Good job you're brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn't blonde'

Having a laugh: Holly joked: ‘Good job you’re brunette and I am then blonde then. I would be out of a job if I wasn’t blonde’

Cute: Holly's cat Bluebell made a surprise cameo during the Instagram live

Cute: Holly’s cat Bluebell made a surprise cameo during the Instagram live 

The live tutorial comes after Holly made her return to This Morning on Monday after taking two days off after a coronavirus scare with her children.

The presenter was back on screens for the ITV show with Phillip Schofield, but failed to mention her absence at the end of last week.

Over the weekend Holly posted an Instagram message, explaining that she took time off from the show because two of her children were displaying COVID-19 symptoms

The TV personality was replaced by Davina and Alison Hammond on Wednesday and Thursday as she awaited test results – which turned out to be negative.

On Monday’s show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phil, as they counted down to Christmas. 

‘A month until Christmas eve that’s not far away is it?,’ Holly said before pointing out that 24 is a big day for her as ‘that’s the day my pet psychic said I’d have areally important day in work!That’s tomorrow!’

Taking to her Instagram Stories on Saturday, terbaik sumatera the star – who has daughter Belle, nine, and sons Harry, 11, and Chester, six, with husband Dan Baldwin – thanked fans for their concern, as she assured that she would be back to hosting on Monday. 

She's back: On Monday's show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phillip Schofield, as they counted down to Christmas but there was no mention of her absence

She’s back: On Monday’s show, Holly opened the show with her usual banter with Phillip Schofield, as they counted down to Christmas but there was no mention of her absence

Students must not return home ahead of lockdown in bid to save…

Students should not return home from university before the second lockdown begins as it will risk the lives of loved ones, a minister has said.

Universities minister Michelle Donelan has also called on institutions not to switch fully to online lessons during the lockdown as she warned it could jeopardise students’ learning and “risk their mental health”.

In a letter to students ahead of the second lockdown in England, Ms Donelan has urged young people against travelling back to their families before the new national restrictions come into effect on Thursday.

She said: “I know and appreciate that a number of you may want to be back with your family during this difficult time, but I urge you to stay where you are in order to save lives.”

In a separate letter to vice-chancellors, the minister said she wants all students to have “some form of face-to-face learning” where possible, as they had not seen evidence of increased transmission within teaching environments on university campuses.

Ms Donelan said: “We expect you to continue to make informed decisions with your local public health teams on the level of face-to-face teaching and learning to provide, based on appropriate risk assessments and the needs of students and staff.

Signs on a window at Manchester Metropolitan University´s Birley campus where hundreds of students have been told to self-isolate after 127 of them tested positive for coronavirus.

Signs on a window at Manchester Metropolitan University´s Birley campus where hundreds of students have been told to self-isolate after 127 of them tested positive for coronavirus.

“We do not, however, want or expect to see a transition to full online learning during the new national restrictions — this could jeopardise the learning that students receive, as well as risk their mental health and terbaik sumatera wellbeing.”

It comes after guidance from the Cabinet Office said universities and adult education settings “should consider moving to increased levels of online learning where possible” during the four-week lockdown.

The University and College Union (UCU) is calling on vice-chancellors to move all non-essential activities online now to keep students and staff safe and to minimise the spread of Covid-19.

But new Department for Education (DfE) guidance on what universities and students in England should do during the second lockdown says face-to-face teaching should continue where it can be done safely.

The guidance says “commuter students” – those who live at their family home and travel to the university campus for lessons – will still be allowed to attend the university for educational purposes during the lockdown.

It also advises that face coverings should be worn in all university learning environments, providing that they do “not impact teaching and learning.”

The new guidelines say libraries and study spaces on campus should remain open during the new national restrictions, but students must not gather in these spaces unless it is part of a scheduled in-person seminar or tutorial.

Students have been told to remain at university and not to travel home before November 5 so that they can “benefit from face-to-face teaching and Covid-secure educational facilities” and prevent the risk of spreading coronavirus.

Ms Donelan told students: “The reason we are asking you to remain at your university area and not to travel home before the new restrictions come into place on Thursday is to prevent any further spread of Covid-19 — any movement around the country will risk the lives of our loved ones.”

Hillary Gyebi-Ababio, vice president for higher education at the National Union of Students (NUS), has called the demands “unjust” and she warned the rules could be “damaging” to students’ mental health.

The NUS is calling for more “credible options” to be put on the table – including letting students leave their halls, releasing them from rental contracts, or allowing them to leave their course altogether.

Ms Gyebi-Ababio said: “With news of a national lockdown, some students will understandably want to reform households with family and be around loved ones.

“With current guidance allowing people to move homes and form new households until Thursday it is unjust that the Government calls on students to stay put.

“For students that do remain on campus over lockdown we need to see additional mental health and wellbeing support provided in recognition of how challenging this period will be.”

She added: “For too many months, students have been at the whim of ever-changing guidance and rules, often expecting them to adhere to tighter restrictions than the rest of the population.

“Not only is this fundamentally unfair, it is hugely damaging for students’ mental health and finances, with the uncertainty making it harder for many to access education. This must change.”

A Universities UK (UUK) spokeswoman said: “As the universities minister has made clear in her letters to vice-chancellors and to students, students should remain at university and teaching, learning and student support should continue.

“Universities and Government recognise the importance of face-to-face teaching and learning activities in Covid-secure facilities for students’ education, mental health and wellbeing. This will include libraries and learning spaces remaining open.”

Omicron throws travel for a loop once again

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For some, 2021 was a year of reunions. After COVID-19 limited people to seeing faraway friends and family on computer screens through 2020, vaccinations and loosening travel restrictions gave hope of visiting loved ones in person at last.

Total travel in the US over the recent holiday period was the same period in 2020, according to Transportation Security Administration records. The busiest day came on Dec. 17, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson told CNET via email, with 50,179 flights controlled by air traffic.

But for others, 2021 was a year of false starts and disappointments. The rise of the , which forced many last-minute cancellations during the holiday stretch, serves as a stark reminder that the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over. Since first being reported to the World Health Organization at the end of November, omicron has been detected in at least 89 countries and has become the , leading to a surge in cases.  

The FAA acknowledged a decline in flights following the holidays and the onset of omicron, with traffic dipping 10% below its seasonally adjusted baseline for the first week of January and international flights dropping to around 15% below 2019 levels.

The wide disparity of experiences underscores the new, chaotic status quo for travel in 2022 and possibly beyond. Gone are the days of easily hopping on a plane at the last minute, replaced by a number of hoops to jump through, including a calculus of whether it’s worth it at all. 

For those who pu to any journey, particularly for families. 

Given the unpredictability of the pandemic, it’s tough to say exactly how travel will evolve in 2022, but current regulations and how the situation has developed so far offer some clues. 

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Masks are required on public transportation in the US, including airplanes.

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Taking to the air

As of early January, people must while on planes and indoors at airports. They don’t have to do so in outdoor areas, but the CDC masking up in crowded open-air locations, particularly in areas with .

Unfortunately, Kampus terbaik di lampung masks have and are , creating tension among travelers. The FAA reported in 2021 and noted in email to CNET that “addressing unruly airline passenger behavior is a priority.” 

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson also sent asking them “among other things, to work with concessionaires to avoid giving passengers to-go cups of alcohol before they board their flight,” a spokesperson said in a statement.

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Many countries require proof of COVID-19 vaccination from travelers. 

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The CDC also recommends delaying travel until you’re fully vaccinated and self-monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms afterward. Those who aren’t vaccinated should self-quarantine for five days and after travel.

Taking an international flight adds another layer of complexity, since you’ll have to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test before travel and provide the airline with contact information. 

Non-US citizens also have to when entering the US, and many countries require it from all travelers. The concept of a has proven controversial, but , the founder of online travel agencies Kayak and Travelocity and former chief information officer of an American Airlines division, noted that an international vaccination card was once the norm.

“I carried one for years and also ran a visa service that helped people navigate the myriad rules for vaccination by country,” he said via email. “I had to get a new cholera shot in Kenya during an outbreak in order to travel to any other country and had clients turned back at borders for lack of shots or documentation. Just as many countries still require a visa, health regulations are part of international travel and always have been.” 

He added that the Biden administration should have certified a US vaccination verification app for citizens, even if it’s voluntary, like (which offer expedited security screening for travelers).

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Even if you’ve taken all the necessary steps ahead of a journey, it’d be wise to check your flight regularly in the days leading up to the trip. A combination of bad weather and spikes in coronavirus cases led to and being canceled over the holiday season, disrupting many people’s plans and posing health risks. 

Jones reckons it could happen again if a new variant shows up. 

“Airlines were already stretched having to retrain and re-certify staff who hadn’t flown for months. Then to have a substantial number get sick, they really had no option but to cancel,” he said of the holiday cancellations. 

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Amtrak has added features, like mobile departure notifications, to make people more comfortable.

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Crossing by rail

Since there are fewer security measures associated with rail travel, it hasn’t gotten nearly as much attention in the pandemic. However, it’s still , and operators remind people during the booking process to avoid travel if they have COVID-19 symptoms.

For Amtrak, which offers rail service to 46 US states, 2021 has been about bouncing back and adjusting to a new reality after daily ridership dropped from to 3,000 at the lowest point in 2020, said Roger Harris, Amtrak’s chief marketing and revenue officer.  

The recovery has been pretty consistent through 2021, Harris noted. Ridership has reached about “70% of pre-COVID levels,” he said via Zoom. However, much of that is leisure travel rather than business.

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Amtrak says ridership has reached about 70% of pre-pandemic levels. 

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“The heart of our market at Amtrak is in the northeast of the US. That’s where we were historically very dependent on business travel,” he said. “I don’t think we’re going to get back to 100% of short-haul travel levels until that business section comes back or until there’s a sustainable growth in the leisure segment.”

Harris acknowledged that commuter habits have changed in the pandemic. is the norm for many people, and some companies have , likely leading to a long-term change in travel patterns. Amtrak’s strategy has to evolve with that, and it’s taken steps to make people more comfortable as they travel.

After seeing people congregating around departure boards early in the pandemic, Harris said Amtrak developed “push notifications to get that information out to people’s personal devices and they can sit in the coffee shop or sit privately.” Amtrak also added a feature to its website to let people booking tickets see how full a train is compared with earlier or later departures. 

“They can make a decision on which train they’d feel more comfortable on,” Harris said. 

One potential source of discomfort is the behavior of other passengers, who might remove their masks, get a little too close or otherwise defy health guidance. If this happens, Harris recommends tracking down the conductor, a cabin attendant or an Amtrak police officer to enforce the rules.

Enjoying a cruise

The cruise industry was badly hit early in the pandemic but in summer 2021 and seemed to be in good shape until the rise in omicron cases caused the CDC to in December. Even fully vaccinated travelers are at risk of  the virus, it noted, and this advice will remain in place until at least Jan. 15.

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Royal Caribbean in January canceled some upcoming sailings due to concerns about the omicron variant of COVID-19.

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Before this, the CDC urged travelers to get fully vaccinated and take a test one to three days prior to cruise travel. Many cruise lines , CNET sister site The Points Guy noted, with mask and social distancing guidelines also enforced on board for all passengers.

Travel expert Stewart Chiron, also known as , has taken 12 cruises since operators resumed services last summer. He urged would-be travelers to review the numbers to make sure “cruising is the safest vacation option available” before they book.

“If you are experiencing any of [of COVID-19], it’s best to cancel or postpone your trip. You’ll be much better off with care and comfort at home,” he said via email.

Passengers have become more patient now than they were pre-pandemic, and Chiron observed that they’re generally complying with the rules and guidelines as they seek a relaxing vacation. 

In December, Royal Caribbean Group (the parent company of Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruise and Silversea Cruises) told investors its safety measures had . Between June and December, it carried 1.1 million passengers, and 1,745 people tested positive. Of those, it said 41 people needed hospitalization and the vast majority had no symptoms or mild symptoms. 

Last week, however, and Norwegian Cruise Line canceled some upcoming sailings over concerns about the omicron variant. 

A period of flux

Shifting rules and guidelines will continue to make travel complicated for the foreseeable future, with variants potentially throwing a wrench in the works as we take steps back toward normality. However, people’s urge to meet faraway friends and take vacations is likely to grow stronger in 2022.

“Survey after survey and discussions I’ve had with friends and travel professionals say people want to travel again,” Kayak and Travelocity founder Terry Jones said in his email. “Many did over the holidays, and as summer approaches, I think we will see demand increase rapidly.”

How to Find The Best Options Tutorial

When choosing a good options tutorial, there are usually a number of aspects you must consider, and price is only one of those aspects. In a business where there are lots of greedy salesmen, prior to sign up for an options tutorial you must perform some research in order to figure out which are the real trading courses run by trading experts and which are the ones you should stay away from.

Here are several important factors you must look out for:

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Price – Certainly price is going to be an important factor, however it should not always be the overriding factor. You should pick an options tutorial which meets your budget. The more pricey the course, the more analysis you will certainly need to do. Also, don't simply assume that the most expensive options trading course is always the best. This is definitely not always true. Make sure you are obtaining value for your money and that the individuals providing the training course have a proven track record or achievements, not only at trading options but also at educating people how to trade! A number of traders suffer from “the curse of knowledge” in which they might possibly be experienced on trading, but they find it extremely hard to educate the fundamentals to newbies. Always check out any sort of testimonials which former trainees have left related to the course.

Delivery method – Is the particular options tutorial going to be provided via workbooks, live classes, mp3 files, recorded webinars or even a combination? You should verify this in advance in order to make sure the options tutorial is provided in a format that you find appropriate for your learning needs.

Assistance – This will be a crucial factor. A number of courses will certainly suck a customer in, to purchase a course and after that, once they have a person's money, will provide little to no assistance, leaving a person basically back at square having to learn everything on his own. Having a coach will certainly truly speed up a person's studying process, as will having access to a community forum in which a person can easily talk to some other traders in a very similar situation.

Content quality – It is easy to find free information about options trading nowadays on the internet, so why would a person pay for premium material? Almost any good options tutorial should not only describe exactly what options are and precisely how they work, it must explain how to trade every option strategy, when to trade it as well as how to find trade set ups and opportunities. Tutorials that also deal with topics other than learning options tend to be also beneficial, therefore you should search for courses which include valuable instructions on how to set up a trading strategy and money management rules as well as other topics like technical and kampus terbaik di lampung fundamental analysis.

Consider this advice prior to purchasing any options tutorial online.

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