Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points -September 17 2021

Newsletter 09/17/2021

Students fight back against a book ban that has a Pennsylvania community divided

Students in a southern Pennsylvania school district are battling the latest example of panic spreading over how history and race are taught in schools across the US.- CNN

Survey Link


South Florida landlord requires new tenants and those renewing their leases to be vaccinated

South Florida landlord is requiring new tenants over the age of 18 or any adult tenants who want to renew a lease in one of the 1,200 units he manages to provide proof of a Covid-19 vaccination. Alvarez said he made the decision a month ago after seeing too many of his tenants die from Covid-19. He said he is willing to be flexible with tenants who don't want to provide proof of vaccination, but also don't have anywhere to go. He will consider a lease extension on a month-to-month basis with higher rent.- CNN

Survey Link


Half of Canadians will still be uneasy around crowds after COVID ends: Survey

When the COVID-19 pandemic ends, half of all Canadians will be wary about attending indoor events again, according to survey results.- Toronto Sun

Survey Link


Hershey Launches 'Oat Made' Plant-Based Chocolate Bars in Select Retailers

America's biggest name in chocolate is testing the waters to see if consumers will snatch up plant-based chocolate as well: Hershey has released a new "Oat Made" line of chocolate bars. Oat Made Chocolate arrives in two varieties — "extra creamy almond and sea salt" and "classic dark" — sold in 1.55-ounce bars which are labeled as a "plant-based chocolate confection." However, these new bars won't be available everywhere. Hershey says the bars will sold "in very limited distribution at select national retailers" from now until June 2022.

Survey Link


Private 25 Point Surveys Every Week!

Like us on Facebook and get a new private survey worth 25 points each Friday!

Click here to take this week's survey!



Comments