Googles Latest Updates and Algorithm for Indexing
Nowadays Google update day by day,So we all need to keep uptodate ourself with Google latest news and articles said this is not going live today, there are no new ranking factors going live today. This will go live sometime in 2021, Google promised to give six-months notice before it goes live. Google is giving us time, not just because Google normally gives us a heads up to prepare for these updates, but also because of the unstable environment we are all living through during this pandemic. We will update you all when Google announces a date for the release of this update.Google made it clear that great content will still rank highly in Google Search, despite a poor page experience. “While all of the components of page experience are important, we will rank pages with the best information overall, even if some aspects of page experience are subpar. A good page experience doesn’t override having great, relevant content. However, in cases where there are multiple pages that have similar content, page experience becomes much more important for visibility in Search,” Google wrote.


WHO COVID-19 Weekly Epidemiological Update 8 April 2021

Globally, new COVID-19 cases rose for a sixth consecutive week, with over 4 million new cases reported in the last week (Figure 1). The number of new deaths also increased by 11% compared to last week, with over 71 000 new deaths reported. The largest increases in case incidence were observed in the South-East Asia (most notably in India) and the Western Pacific regions (Table 1). All regions, except for the African Region,reported increases in the number of deaths, with the largest increase of 46% from the South-East Asia Region. The highest numbers of new cases were reported from India (513 885 new cases; 38% increase), Brazil (505668 new cases; 5% decrease), the United States of America (444 756 new cases; 5% increase), Turkey (265 937 new cases; 43% increase), and France (244 607 new cases; 4% decrease).

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Biden said all adults eligible for COVID-19 vaccine by April 19 2021
USA President Joe Biden announced On Tuesday that he moved up his call for all U.S. adults to become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine to April 19, almost two weeks sooner than his initial goal of May 1.
"Everyone is going to be able to do this before the month is out," Biden said, touring a pop-up vaccination site at the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria before delivering a warning not to become complacent about the virus.
Biden wants to eliminate any confusion for Americans about whether they are eligible to be vaccinated, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. Here Are Some Links



Movie theaters and COVID-19 What to expect In 2021
We All Think That The Year of 2020 Is Completely Wash out by Covid-19.But Now We have A year after the 2020 summer-movie season evaporated before Hollywood’s eyes as COVID-19 sent the entertainment industry into chaos, people are getting vaccinated, shuttered movie theaters are humming back to life and it’s not just the weather that seems a bit sunnier and brighter.
“I think we're going to have a summer-movie season. We're definitely on the right track,” says Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for Comscore.
Plus, heading into April, more than half of America’s movie theaters, including New York City and L.A. screens, are back in business: AMC Theatres, the largest chain in America, has reopened 98% of their cinemas and Regal, the second largest, is beginning its reopening April 2 to house “Godzilla vs. Kong” as it crashes into theaters Wednesday.


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100 movies you need to see before the Oscars in April
Who knows what Hollywood’s biggest night will exactly look and feel like on April 25, but one thing’s for sure about the upcoming Oscars: There are still enough high-end movies you'll want to watch in preparation.
That in itself is a minor miracle, with studios delaying so many of their big projects in the wake of COVID-19 and movie theaters temporarily closing their doors. But the Academy came through with some bold but good choices with its nominations this year, like Thomas Vinterberg breaking into best director for his under-the-radar Mads Mikkelsen raucous drama "Another Round" and feel-good Argentinian film "The Mole Agent" getting into best documentary.