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The openings are for delivery and warehouse workers who pack and ship online orders. The online giant is gearing up for Prime Day, which is next month. Starting salary for the new hires an average the company says of $17 an hour right now the Seattle based company pays 15 an hour and gave out raises to some of his workers in April. I'm Shelly Adler. I'm to McGuire EP news. This is AP News. I'm Rita Fall away. Is it over? Yet? CDC Director Dr Rochelle Walensky says she is cautiously optimistic that the end of the Corona virus pandemic, maybe in sight. CDC says those who were fully vaccinated don't have to wear masks anymore. In most circumstances, Here's our soccer Madani from the White House today. Is a great day for America to Atlanta. We have all longs For this moment. CDC director Rachelle will lead ski announcing the agency's latest guidance. Fully vaccinated. People can stop wearing masks outdoors and in most indoor settings, You can start doing things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. The CDC is still calling for masks in crowded settings like hospitals and wild traveling. Unvaccinated Americans should keep wearing masks indoors. Nearly 70% of North Carolina's gas stations still have no gas 73% of stations in Washington, D. C. Panic buying is continuing, though Colonial pipeline says the fuel is flowing again through the pipeline that delivers almost half of the fuel they use on the East Coast. They shut down the pipeline when hackers attacked There could be even bigger trouble coming and Israel's fight with Hamas. AP correspondent Joseph Kraus reports from Jerusalem that Israeli tanks of pounded Gaza Israel launched a barrage of very heavy artillery fire overnight that it said was aimed at a network of militant tunnels inside Gaza. Israeli military says that Hamas and other militant groups used these tunnels Tow launch rockets into Israel and also to hide from Israeli surveillance and airstrikes. This was the first time that Israel has used artillery in this way since the conflict began on Monday, and it could pave the way for a possible ground invasion in the coming days. If the situation escalates. This is AP News To Florida deputies who were fired for inaction during the park Land School massacre in 2018 are expected to get their jobs back. AP correspondent Jackie Quinn With the latest on this story, a Broward County circuit judges ruled deputies Brian Miller and Joshua Stambaugh should be reinstated to their jobs with back pay. The ruling is based on a 180 day deadline for taking disciplinary action against law enforcement officers, which was made Best. In both cases, both law enforcement officers were faulted for waiting outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School instead of rushing in and confronting gunman, Nicholas Cruz. Third deputy was also fired not only for driving away from the scene but also for failing to write up a tip that crews had been making threats on social media about shooting up a school. I'm Jackie Quinn and I'm Rita Foley..

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