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generations For more information, or to register, contact the Knox County Purdue Extension at 812-882-3509. MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT IS OCTOBER 15TH - DECEMBER 7TH Generations is now taking appointments for SHIP (State Health Insurance Plan) counseling to assist you in choosing your best option for your Medicare prescription drug plan. The best plan for you could change from year to year depending on your health, medications, etc. Do not assume that the plan that you have always had is the best for you. Let us help you take a look at all of your options, and then YOU decide which plan that you want to go with. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment with one of our SHIP counselors, contact Linda Yochum at 812-888-4854. *PLEASE, NO WALK-INS* IT IS TIME AGAIN FOR BUILD-A-BASKET: This holiday season, Generations is sponsoring its 13th annual Build-A-Basket project to help provide for the basic needs of Generations’ clients while bringing them some holiday cheer. Generations serves older adults in Daviess, Dubois, Greene, Knox, Martin and Pike counties.

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Australian police seize record $140m heroin shipment The 450-kg (990-pound) shipment was detected in a sea freight container of ceramic tiles sent from Malaysia. The police did not name the arrested Malaysian national, a typical practice in Australia unless the police deem the identification of the suspect in the interest of a victim's family or the public [File: Loren Elliott/Reuters] Australian policed said they seized the largest heroin shipment ever detected in the country, worth an estimated 140 million Australian dollars ($104m), and arrested a Malaysian national for the importation of the illicit drug. The 450kg (990-pound) shipment – as heavy as a grand piano – was detected in a sea freight container of ceramic tiles sent from Malaysia and addressed to a Melbourne business, the police said in a statement on Saturday. The police did not name the arrested man, a typical practice in Australia unless the police deem the identification of the suspect in the interest of a victim’s family or the public. The man was charged with importing and attempted possession of a commercial quantity of a border-controlled drug. The maximum penalty is life imprisonment, the police said. The Australian Federal Police was working with the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP), said Krissy Barrett, Australian Federal Police Commissioner Southern Command. “We continue to work together in identifying and disrupting transnational organised crime syndicates that seek to harm both our nations and generate millions of dollars of profits from criminal activity,” Barrett said in a statement.

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A <a href=other healthcare workers speaks with a patient prior to administering a Covid vaccination at a St Vincent's mobile immunisation location in Melbourne.' align='left' /> The vast majority of our eligible patients have rolled up their sleeves, grateful and keen for a vaccine. We seize any opportunity to talk to any and every patient about why immunisation will save their life. Sometimes we’ll sit together on the steps outside the ED as the patient grabs some fresh air – clinician still replete in gown, goggles and mask – and we’ll talk about the fact you’re more than twice as likely to get struck by lightning than develop a blood clot after a vaccine. We build trust, ask for consent and then give a dose of Pfizer, a cup of coffee and a couple of biscuits (shortbread), stat. Vaccine scarcity has been redressed nationally and aside from a disproportionately vocal minority, vaccine hesitancy has abated . In order to bring this pandemic to a safe and sustained close, we need to redouble our efforts to address the concerns and needs of unvaccinated people The reasons for not yet being vaccinated are inevitably similar; two in five Australians are functionally illiterate , which makes negotiating booking systems daunting and difficult and competing priorities are rife. If you don’t know where you’ll sleep safely tonight, if you can’t afford to feed your family next week, if you don’t know if you’ll survive the next round of violent assaults from a partner or simply don’t have a smartphone with data and a reliable battery, how can you make and commit to a vaccination appointment in a fortnight’s time and then again three weeks after that? In order to bring this pandemic to a safe and sustained close, we need to redouble our efforts to address the concerns and needs of unvaccinated people, particularly those who are more vulnerable . Time is of the essence with Delta, especially as immunity only peaks a couple of weeks after the second vaccine. We can’t afford to keep our fingers crossed and hope that everyone who is unvaccinated will show up to a vaccination centre soon. Instead, we need to prioritise meeting unvaccinated people where they are, like the emergency department, not just where we hope they’ll be.

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REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko MOSCOW, Oct 8 (Reuters) - Police in Georgia detained four protesters on Friday outside a prison holding ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili, local media reported, a week after he was jailed after returning from exile and calling for post-election protests. Saakashvili, who was sentenced in absentia in Georgia in 2018 for abuse of power and concealing evidence when he was president, returned to the country ahead of last weekend's municipal elections after spending years abroad. His supporters staged a rally outside the prison near the capital, Tbilisi. They clashed with police as they tried to paint the words "Freedom for Misha" -- his nickname -- on a fence surrounding the facility, the Sputnik Georgia news outlet reported. The ex-president's supporters have pledged to continue rallying to call for his release. Saakashvili declared a hunger strike after being jailed on Oct. 1. His lawyer said he was in good spirits but that his health had begun to deteriorate and that he had lost a lot of weight, RIA news agency reported on Friday. Saakashvili, who led the Rose Revolution in 2003 that ended the presidency of Eduard Shevardnadze, is a charismatic figurehead for some in the opposition, but is derided as a clown by detractors in the ruling Georgian Dream party. Georgian Dream won 46.7% at the local elections last weekend, beating the United National Movement opposition party founded by Saakashvili that received 30.7%.

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