Gavin Newsom signals June 15 may not be a return to normal in testy press conference

Despite signaling for weeks that June 15 would mark a return to a pre-pandemic normal in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom suggested otherwise during an often tense Friday press conference.

After announcing the first wave of prizes in the state’s vaccine lottery, Newsom took questions from the state’s political reporters and when addressing three separate policy areas — new workplace mask rules, indoor capacity restrictions and emergency powers — cast doubt on the idea that June 15 would be a return to normalcy (the press conference took a combative turn right from the get-go after the first question from the Sacramento Bee’s Sophia Bollag was about her reporting related to large companies lobbying Newsom and donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to his wife’s nonprofit. Newsom denied any conflict of interest).

On the issue of controversial guidelines from the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (Cal/OSHA) that require all employees

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‘You get what you pay for’

An online shopping deal was too good to be true for one woman. Now, TikTok is laughing. 

Natalie Tyson shared a TikTok video of a dress her sister’s friend ordered. The hilarious online shopping disaster garnered 8.4 million views. That’s likely because it’s so relatable. Who hasn’t ordered something online that was completely different when it arrived

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“She found it on a website called Chic Me and decided to order it,” Tyson told Newsweek of the friend. 

Tyson captioned her video “I’m cryinggg” on TikTok. 

First, Tyson showed the dress as seen in the Chic Me listing. The garment was a satiny, sage green with a cinched waist and puffed sleeves. It looked expensive in the photo but was priced at a reasonable, almost unbelievable, $32.39. 

However, the real dress was abysmal in comparison. It was made from

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Worldwide Spa Industry to 2026 – Growing Interest of People Towards Health and Wellness is Driving the Market – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “Spa Market – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 – 2026)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The spa market is one of the large hit markets in 2020 due to the sudden COVID-19 pandemic. The tourism, accommodation, and food and beverages service sectors which performed well during 2019, have slowed down due to the lockdowns and the temporary ban on international travel and domestic travel restrictions across the globe. The spa market records a sudden drop in revenue and is reviving comparatively slow due to the second wave of the virus across many nations.

Changing lifestyles, and interests, and increasing disposable incomes have been changing the face of the spa market globally. The health benefits associated with the spa services such as relief from stress, minimization of body pain, and the calmness offered have made spa services a major part of people’s lives. The growing interest

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