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We're aiming to make portable energy storage attainable to everyoneHenan, China, April 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pecron, an under-the-radar brand specialized in portable power source and outdoor energy solutions, is launching its latest model S1500: the most compact portable power station on Indiegogo. The S1500 weights 25lbs with an overall dimension of 13.8"(L)x 7.3"(W)x 10"(H), which is similar to the size of a lid opened MacBook 13". With 1,461.6Wh automotive-grade battery pack at its core, Pecron S1500 is able to produce 1,500 watts power to run most appliances. Other features of Pecron S1500 including: Compact Design3-4 Hours Fast Charging8 Output PortsSolar Charging S1500 backup power is quiet in operation and maintenance-free. Most important, it can give you enough power to run your home essentials including refrigerator, juicer, projector, etc. It is also capable to power your heavy duty tool like electric saw, drill, or even your Tesla. This power storage has equipped a high-definition LCD display, users can intuitively observe the real-time status of the battery level, temperature, remaining hours of use, etc. A sturdy handle design further enhanced its portability that allows for provision of power to the place where it is most needed in a matter of a few minutes. Another fascinating features of Pecron S1500 is its super-fast charging technology. The built in real-time charge controller (IC) regulates the overall flow of electricity to produce 441W of juice to quickly power up the S1500 within 4 hours without doing harm to the battery, which beat most of the well-known’s in the industry. Shoppers call Pecron a “solid tool” for outdoor power supply, and rave that it’s lightweight, long-lasting, and surprisingly powerful. “Climate change is a reality, from extreme superstorms, to massive wildfires and droughts, to recent public health threat-COVID19, we see the huge impact on our everyday lives To protect our shared home, we need to become better at powering it with green energy.” Said Vincent Shi, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Pecron LLC. About Pecron: Pecron was established in 2012 with the belief of “renewable is the future” and the vision of “building up a world that runs on green energy”. Since then, they have developed a range of high-quality, efficient and environment-friendly grid-independent power storage (from 200Wh to 6,000Wh) for variety of customers including campers, explorers, naturalists, RV or boat owners, disaster relief workers and etc. Media Details - Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.percon.comCity - Henan Country - China Content Disclaimer: The above review statements are those of the sponsor (Source of content) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy, position or views of the content publisher. The content distribution company is therefore not responsible for the content and its authenticity and legal standing of the above subject matter. Each individual is required to exercise its content when making a purchase from the above offer. The information does not constitute advice or an offer to buy. Any purchase made from the above press release is made at your own risk. Consult an expert advisor/health and professional advisor before any such purchase. Any purchase made from this link is subject to the final terms and conditions of the website's selling as mentioned in the above as source. The content publisher and its downstream distribution partners do not take any responsibility directly or indirectly. If you have any complaints or copyright issues related to this article, kindly contact the company this news is about. DISCLAIMER of Liability. IN NO EVENT SHALL OUR PR COMPANY BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS OR LOST OPPORTUNITIES, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES IN ADVANCE AND REGARDLESS OF THE CAUSE OF ACTION UPON WHICH ANY SUCH CLAIM IS BASED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH ANY OF THE CONTENT, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, AUDIO, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND VIDEOS, OR OF THE ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, OR LEGALITY OF ANY STATEMENT MADE IN OR OMITTED FROM ANY advertisement, sponsorship, endorsement, testimonial, opinion, or other product-related or service-related statement or review appearing in the Websites or in ANY post or article distributed via the Websites.
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WASHINGTON — Half of all adults in the U.S. have received at least one COVID-19 shot, the government announced Sunday, marking another milestone in the nation’s largest-ever vaccination campaign but leaving more work to do to convince skeptical Americans to roll up their sleeves. Almost 130 million people 18 or older have received at least one dose of a vaccine, or 50.4% of the total adult population, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported. Almost 84 million adults, or about 32.5% of the population, have been fully vaccinated. The U.S. cleared the 50% mark just a day after the reported global death toll from the coronavirus topped a staggering 3 million, according to totals compiled by Johns Hopkins University, though the actual number is believed to be significantly higher. The country’s vaccination rate, at 61.6 doses administered per 100 people, currently falls behind Israel, which leads among countries with at least 5 million people with a rate of 119.2. The U.S. also trails the United Arab Emirates, Chile and the United Kingdom, which is vaccinating at a rate of 62 doses per 100 people, according to Our World in Data, an online research site. The vaccine campaign offered hope in places like Nashville, Tennessee, where the Music City Center bustled Sunday with vaccine seekers. High demand for appointment-only shots at the convention centre has levelled off enough that walk-ins will be welcome starting this week. Amanda Grimsley, who received her second shot, said she’s ready to see her 96-year-old grandmother, who lives in Alabama and has been nervous about getting the vaccine after having a bad reaction to a flu shot. “It’s a little emotional. I haven’t been able to see my grandmother in a year and a half almost,” said Grimsley, 35. “And that’s the longest my entire family has ever gone without seeing her. And we’ll be seeing her in mid-May now.” The states with the highest vaccination rates have a history of voting Democratic and supporting President Joe Biden in the 2020 election: New Hampshire at the top, with 71.1%, followed by New Mexico, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Maine, CDC data show. The demand has not been the same in many areas of Tennessee — particularly, rural ones. Tennessee sits in the bottom four states for rates of adults getting at least one shot, at 40.8%. It’s trailed only by Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi — three other Southern states that lean Republican and voted for Donald Trump last fall. Vaccination rates do not always align with how states vote. But polling from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research has shown trends that link political leanings and attitudes about the vaccines and other pandemic-related issues. A poll conducted in late March found that 36% of Republicans said they will probably or definitely not get vaccinated, compared with 12% of Democrats. Similarly, a third of rural Americans said they were leaning against getting shots, while fewer than a fourth of people living in cities and suburbs shared that hesitancy. Overall, though, willingness to get vaccinated has risen, polling shows. In January, 67% of adult Americans were willing to get vaccinated or had already received at least one shot. The figure has climbed to 75%, according to the latest AP-NORC poll. Nationwide, 24% of Black Americans and 22% of Hispanic Americans say they will probably or definitely not get vaccinated, down from 41% and 34% in January, respectively. Among white Americans, 26% now say they will not get vaccinated. In January, that number was 31%. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, said the goal is to get community figures, from athletes to clergy, to encourage vaccinations, particularly as the seven-day national average of cases remains over 60,000 new infections per day. “What we are doing is we’re trying to get, by a community core, trusted messages that anyone would feel comfortable with listening to, whether you’re a Republican, a Democrat, an independent or whomever you are, that you’re comfortable,” Fauci said Sunday on ABC's “This Week.” Fauci also indicated Sunday that the government will likely move to resume use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine this week, possibly with restrictions or broader warnings after reports of some very rare blood clot cases. In a series of news show interviews, Fauci said he expects a decision when advisers to the CDC meet Friday to discuss the pause in J&J’s single-dose vaccine. “I would be very surprised if we don’t have a resumption in some form by Friday,” he said. "I don’t really anticipate that they’re going to want it stretch it out a bit longer.” Fauci, who is President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, said he believed that federal regulators could bring the shots back with limits based on age or gender or with a blanket warning, so that it is administered in a way “a little bit different than we were before the pause.” The J&J vaccine was thrown in limbo after the CDC and the Food and Drug Administration said last week they needed more evidence to decide if a handful of unusual blood clots were linked to the shot — and if so, how big the risk is. The reports are rare — six cases out of more than 7 million U.S. inoculations with J&J vaccine. The clots were found in women between the ages of 18 and 48. One person died. Authorities stressed they have found no sign of clot problems with the most widely used COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. — from Moderna and Pfizer. ___ Mattise reported from Nashville, Tennessee. Hope Yen And Jonathan Mattise, The Associated Press
A look at what’s happening around the majors on Monday: ___ WAKE UP! The White Sox and Red Sox begin at 11:05 a.m. at Fenway Park in the annual Patriots’ Day game. Could mean early-morning batting practice for J.D Martinez and José Abreu. The event usually coincides with the Boston Marathon -- in past years, fans in the Green Monster seats would turn around to catch a glimpse of the leaders while others headed over after the final out to cheer on the runners at the finish line in nearby Kenmore Square. This year, the famous race has been moved to Oct. 11 due to the pandemic. Chicago ace Lucas Giolito (1-0, 2.55 ERA) is slated to start the series finale against Nathan Eovaldi (2-1, 2.08). STILL WAITING The Twins will continue coronavirus testing and contact tracing with the hope of getting back on the field Tuesday for a doubleheader at Oakland. Minnesota had games against the Angels in Anaheim on Saturday and Sunday postponed. The Twins-Athletics game Monday also was called off. The Twins have had at least four positive coronavirus tests in the past week. There have been six MLB games postponed this year because of the virus, including a season-opening, three-game series between the Nationals and Mets after Washington’s coronavirus concerns. MIZZOU FOR YOU Rays left-hander Josh Fleming is set to pitch the series opener at Kansas City in front of his own personal rooting section. The 24-year-old Fleming is from Bridgeton, Missouri, on the other side of the state in the St. Louis area. He’s expecting about 12 family members and 25 friends for the game. Many of them have not seen him pitch since 2018 at Bowling Green. “Any time I hear screaming, here I’ll know it’s going to be from there,” he said. Fleming’s parents will be on hand. They were forced by the pandemic to watch his debut on television at a hotel across from Tropicana Field but did attend World Series games. REMEMBER ME? San Francisco manager Gabe Kapler returns to Citizens Bank Park for the first time since being fired as Philadelphia’s skipper. The Phils went 80-82 in 2018 during Kapler’s first year and 81-81 in 2019. The Giants didn’t play in Philly last season. “I’m looking forward to seeing people. It’s not going to be the easiest thing with the COVID protocols. But I plan on getting a little bit of time with some people I grew close to during my time in Philly.” What kind of reception does he expect from fans? “Making that prediction, I just don’t know where to begin,” he said. “I did the best job I could every day. It didn’t work out. We didn’t win enough. That ultimately is the bottom line.” ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
BOSTON — David Krejci, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand each scored two goals and the Boston Bruins held off the Washington Capitals 6-3 in an at times heated matchup between the East rivals on Sunday. Marchand also had two assists for the Bruins, who won their fourth straight. Tuukka Rask stopped 30 of 33 shots in earning his 10th win this season and just his second victory since February. Washington has lost two of its past three. T.J. Oshie had two goals and Anthony Mantha added another for the first-place Capitals. Mantha has scored a goal in five consecutive games, including all four since being acquired in a deal with Detroit at the trade deadline earlier this month. Vitek Vanecek had 22 saves. Capitals defenceman Zdeno Chara missed his first game of the season after blocking a couple of shots off his right ankle in Saturday's win over Philadelphia. Boston holds a 4-3 edge in the season series. The teams meet one final time in Washington on May 11 in the regular-season finale for both teams. Krejci put the Bruins in front 4-3 at 16:02 of the second period, taking a pass from Craig Smith, stopping as Dmitry Orlov fell and slid by, and firing the shot into the top left corner of the net. The lead grew less than two minutes later when Bergeron added his 18th goal of the season, on assists from David Pastrnak and Marchand to fire in a shot off a 3-on-2 break. The Bruins broke through with a short-handed goal to take a 1-0 lead. With Connor Clifton in the penalty box for a high stick double-minor against Lars Eller, Marchand checked John Carlson into the boards, leaving the puck sliding free. Bergeron slid in, controlled, and crossed in front of Vanecek for a backhand goal at 12:02. It was the Bruins’ eighth short-handed goal of the season. Less than two minutes later, the Bruins struck again. This time Clifton found a cutting Krejci with a crisp pass between the legs of Trevor van Riemsdyk for an easy put away to make it 2-0. In the closing seconds of the period a gamble for a loose puck by Mike Reilly turned into a breakaway for Washington. Nicklas Backstrom skated past Charlie McAvoy and got off a shot, which was saved but not completely corralled by Rask. Oshie tapped in the rebound with 10 seconds left in the period. With Clifton back in the penalty box early in the second for another high sticking double-minor, the Capitals tied it up when Oshie took a feed from Evgeny Kuznetsov and tied it at 2-2 with his 16th of the season. Washington remained on the power play and took a 3-2 lead on Mantha’s wrist shot from the top of the circle on assists from Orlov and Eller. But that lead lasted about two minutes when Marchand slid in hard and scored on a pass from Bergeron to tie it again. ROUGH PLAY Tempers flared in the third period when Washington's Tom Wilson’s hit Sean Kuraly. Jarred Tinordi retaliated and was called for a roughing minor. Wilson needed assistance to the locker room. The rough play continued minutes later when Washington’s Garnet Hathaway pushed Tinordi into the boards from behind, leaving Tinordi bleeding before he also exited. After a review, Hathaway was given a boarding major and game misconduct, ending his day. UP NEXT Capitals: Visit New York Islanders on Thursday. Bruins: Open five-game road trip at Buffalo on Tuesday. ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Kyle Hightower, The Associated Press
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Three people were killed and two others wounded when a shooting erupted early Sunday morning in Kenosha, Wisconsin - the latest in a recent spate of shootings across the U.S. Authorities said the shooting appeared to be a targeted and isolated incident. Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said at 12:40 am, there was a disturbance at Somers House bar and a person was removed - adding that that person "possibly came back a short time later.""I can confirm that there are three people that have been, that have died from this shooting. Two actually at the Somers House, and one was actually, jumped into a car and traveled southbound on Sheridan Road, and that subject passed away too. We have two others who are seriously hurt and in the hospital with gunshot wounds.."The United States has been on edge over shooting rampages in recent weeks. A gunman killed eight workers and himself at an Indianapolis FedEx center on Thursday night, the latest in at least seven deadly mass shootings in the United States over the past month.Beth said the suspect, who is still at large, may have known the victims.
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BOSTON — Tim Anderson homered on the game’s first pitch, Dallas Keuchel pitched five solid innings and the Chicago White Sox beat the Boston Red Sox 3-2 on Sunday in the opener of a split-admission doubleheader. Yasmani Grandal had an RBI double and Yoán Moncada drove in a run with a single for the White Sox, who had lost three straight. It was just the second loss in the last 12 for the Red Sox, who wore their yellow-and-blue City Series uniforms for the second straight game. Kiké Hernández homered around the right-field foul pole for Boston, which entered the day with a majors’ most seven come-from-behind victories. Anderson sent Tanner Houck’s 96.8 mph fastball in Boston’s bullpen. The doubleheader was scheduled after Friday’s game was postponed due to snow and rain. The second game is slated to start at 5:05 p.m. Keuchel (1-0) gave up two runs and six hits, breezing through the first seven batters before Bobby Dalbec doubled high off the Green Monster. Liam Hendriks got the final three outs for his second save, striking out Dalbec with a runner on first for the final out. Making his fifth major league start, Houck (0-2) gave up three runs and six hits over 4 1/3 innings. Red Sox right fielder Hunter Renfroe made a nice over-the-shoulder running grab on the track and had an RBI single. Boston's uniforms — void of any red — honour the Boston Marathon with the colours that stretch across the finish line of the famous race. They featured bright yellow tops with powder-blue lettering across the front, numbers on the back and caps, with white pants. They even had matching blue batting helmets. For the first time since the Red Sox started playing their annual Patriots’ Day game in 1959, Monday morning’s contest will not be in held in conjunction with the Marathon, which was moved to Oct. 11 due to the state’s limits on crowds because of the pandemic. THROW OUT THE NUMBERS Red Sox manager Alex Cora had a simple explanation, joking why left-hander Martín Pérez was starting the second game. “We dig into analytics and sabermetrics and all that, we found out that Martín is actually not a morning person, so we decided to go with Tanner,” Cora said, smiling. “I can tell. We had a lot of day games. You didn’t see him walking around the clubhouse a lot.” TRAINER’S ROOM Red Sox: Regular catcher Christian Vázquez had his second straight game off. ... Houck was hit on the lower body by Anderson’s grounder for a single in the fifth. He seemed OK but was pulled for a lefty-lefty matchup. UP NEXT Pérez (0-0, 4.50 ERA) gets the ball in the nightcap. White Sox manager Tony La Russa said in the morning that he’d wait until after the first to name his starter. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Ken Powtak, The Associated Press
LYON, France — Paris Saint-Germain turned the tables on five-time defending champion Lyon, winning the return leg of their women's Champions League quarterfinal 2-1 on Sunday to reach the semifinal 2-2 on away goals. Jordyn Huitema of Chilliwack, B.C., is a PSG forward and Toronto's Ashley Lawrence a defender for the club. The Canadians, along with their PSG teammates, meet Barcelona in a two-leg semifinal April 24 nd May 1. Toronto's Kadeisha Buchanan is a defender for seven-time champion Lyon, which was 31 games unbeaten in the competition. Lyon entered the home leg 1-0 up from Paris and went further ahead with a goal from American striker Catarina Macario after just four minutes. But PSG, which also handed Lyon a rare defeat earlier this season in the French league, showed resilience to hit back through midfielder Grace Geyoro midway through the first half. PSG's winner came from an own-goal in the 61st minute from central defender Wendie Renard, who scored a penalty for Lyon in Paris and has netted 116 goals from the back for the club since her debut in 2006. But this time Lyon's prolific captain scored in the wrong net as she tried to cut out Kadidiatou Diani's cross from the right, and diverted the ball past goalkeeper Sarah Bouhaddi. PSG is on track to reach two Champions League finals, with the men’s side knocking out another defending champion in Bayern in the quarterfinals. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
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Chelsea will face Leicester City in the FA Cup Final after a Kelechi Iheanacho goal earned the Foxes a 1-0 victory over Southampton in front of thousands of fans at Wembley Stadium. FA Cup semi-final weekend kicked off on Saturday as a Hakim Ziyech goal saw Chelsea end Manchester City’s hopes of a potential quadruple. Sunday’s semi-final saw Leicester and Southampton face off at Wembley, with a selection of supporters present at the national stadium as part of a pilot event to prepare for the return of crowds to mass events.