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The WHO defines excess mortality as, "The mortality above what would be expected based on the non- crisis mortality rate in the population of interest." (...) World Health Organization 2 Currently, excess mortality cannot be derived for all countries when using standard methods because of gaps in the underlying data. (...) Statistical methods are applied for disaggregating the estimated number of excess deaths by age and sex for countries based on the levels of data availability.
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Score: 771508 - https://www.un.org/development..._mortality_methods_summary.pdf
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Most of the excess deaths (84%) are concentrated in South-East Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Some 68% of excess deaths are concentrated in just 10 countries globally. (...) The absolute count of the excess deaths is affected by the population size.
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Score: 759279.05 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...d-19-pandemic-in-2020-and-2021
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Similar requirements should exist for excess baggage. 2. ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to: a) consider adding a new paragraph 8;1.1.4 to specifically include places where ‘excess baggage’ is accepted. b) consider, if considered more appropriate adding this as paragraph 7;4.7.2 Proposed change for consideration: New 8;1.1.4: 1.1.4 An operator or the operator’s handling agent and any organization or enterprise other than an operator accepting excess baggage must provide the passenger, or a person acting on behalf of the passenger, information about the types of dangerous goods which the passenger is forbidden to transport aboard an aircraft. Information provided may be in text or pictorial form but should be such that acceptance of a consignment of excess baggage as cargo cannot be completed until the passenger, or a person acting on behalf of the passenger, has indicated that they have understood the restrictions on dangerous goods in baggage. (...) Note.— Existing notices that do not include visual examples of dangerous goods, including batteries, may continue to be used until 31 December 2011 after which time the requirements specified above will apply. 4.7.2 With the aim of preventing dangerous goods which passengers are not permitted to have from being consigned in excess baggage, cargo acceptance staff must seek confirmation from a passenger, or a person acting on behalf of the passenger, that they are not consigning dangerous goods that are not permitted by 8;1.1.2 in excess baggage, and seek further confirmation about the contents of any item where there are suspicions that it may contain dangerous goods that are not permitted.
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Score: 754006.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...011/DGPWG.2011.WP.028.2.en.pdf
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In addition to determining levels of excess mortality associated with the   COVID-19 pandemic for the years 2020 and 2021, the expertise of the TAG is also being leveraged to develop methods for disaggregating the estimated number of excess deaths by age and sex. (...) Member profiles and a list of observers can be found here .     What is excess mortality? Excess mortality associated with the COVID-19 pandemic is used to quantify the direct and indirect impacts of the pandemic. (...) Why do the estimates show negative excess deaths for some countries? Negative excess deaths could be observed if deaths that would have happened in the absence of the pandemic were averted due to measures taken to deal with the pandemic.
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Score: 752434.5 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ted-with-the-COVID-19-pandemic
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Public health implications of excessive use of the Internet and other communication and gaming platforms Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) WHO has been conducting activities related to the public health implications of excessive use of the Internet, computers, smartphones and similar electronic devices since 2014 in response to concerns expressed by professional groups, WHO collaborating centers, academics and clinicians about the public health relevance of health conditions associated with excessive use of the Internet and other communication and gaming platforms. (...) The third WHO meeting – organized in September 2016 in collaboration with the Department of Health of Hong Kong SAR, China – focused on health promotion, prevention and treatment policies and programmes aimed at reducing the public health problems associated with excessive use of the Internet, computers, smartphones and other communication and gaming platforms.
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Score: 736141.36 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...unication-and-gaming-platforms
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International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/17-WP/28 22/3/17 DGP-WG/17-WP/28 - 2 - 1.3 Section IB of Packing Instruction 965 applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh packed in quantities that exceed the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 965-II. 1.4 Despite not being explicitly stated in the Section IA text, paragraph 1 (Introduction) of Packing Instruction 965 establishes that Section IA applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 100 Wh. 1.5 Considering that the weight limit for Section IB is 10 kg and for Section IA is 35 kg, it is possible to figure out that a package containing lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh but weighing more than 10 kg should be prepared in accordance to Section IA. (...) This packing instruction is structured as follows: — Section IA applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 100 Wh, which must be assigned to Class 9 and are subject to all of the applicable requirements of these Instructions; — Section IB applies may apply to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh packed in quantities that exceed the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 965-II; and — Section II applies may apply to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh packed in quantities not exceeding the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 965-II. . . . . . . (...) This packing instruction is structured as follows: — Section IA applies to lithium metal cells with a lithium metal content in excess of 1 g and lithium metal batteries with a lithium metal content in excess of 2 g, which must be assigned to Class 9 and are subject to all of the applicable requirements of these Instructions; — Section IB applies may apply to lithium metal cells with a lithium metal content not exceeding 1 g and lithium metal batteries with a lithium metal content not exceeding 2 g packed in quantities that exceed the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 968-II; and — Section II applies may apply to lithium metal cells with a lithium metal content not exceeding 1 g and lithium metal batteries with a lithium metal content not exceeding 2 g packed in quantities not exceeding the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 968-II. . . . . . . — END —
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Score: 734575.44 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG17/DGPWG.17.WP.028.2.en.pdf
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P.360 : Efficiency of devices for preventing the occurrence of excessive acoustic pressure by telephone receivers and assessment of daily noise exposure of telephone users   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : P Series : P.360 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     P.360 : Efficiency of devices for preventing the occurrence of excessive acoustic pressure by telephone receivers and assessment of daily noise exposure of telephone users Recommendation P.360 Former Rec. P.36, renumbered P.360 In force components Number Title Status P.360 (07/06)   Efficiency of devices for preventing the occurrence of excessive acoustic pressure by telephone receivers and assessment of daily noise exposure of telephone users   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status P.360 (12/98)   Efficiency of devices for preventing the occurrence of excessive acoustic pressure by telephone receivers   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2014-05-15  
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Score: 733213.5 - https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-P.360
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The data cover the period from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2021, with the estimated range of excess mortality at 13.3 million to 16.6 million.  (...) Most excess deaths, 84 per cent, were concentrated in Southeast Asia, Europe, and the Americas, and nearly 70 per cent in just 10 countries globally.  (...) Because of limited investments in data systems in many countries, the true extent of excess mortality often remains hidden,” she said. 
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Score: 728094.87 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/05/1117582
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How frequently should debt and equity be calculated? How is excess interest characterized? Is carryforward for nondeductible excess interest available? (...) – Excess not deductible – Only deduction of excess interest on related-party debt disallowed? – How is excess characterized? Dividend? Carryover of excess to past or future years?
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Score: 724822.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...alPortfolioInterest_Arnold.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Section IB of Packing Instruction 965 applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh packed in quantities that exceed the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 965-II. 1.2 Despite not being explicitly stated in Section IA text, paragraph 1 (Introduction) of Packing Instruction 965 establishes that Section IA applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 100 Wh. 1.3 Considering that the weight limit for Section IB is 10 kg and for Section IA is 35 kg, it is possible to figure out that a package containing lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh but weighing more than 10 kg should be prepared in accordance with Section IA. However, the introductory text of Packing Instruction 965 does not allow this when it determines Section IA applies to lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 100 Wh. International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/16-WP/47 5/10/16 DGP-WG/16-WP/47 - 2 - 1.4 The only way a shipper could comply with Packing Instruction 965 in the situation explained above would be through an exemption. (...) This packing instruction is structured as follows: — Section IA applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating in excess of 100 Wh or lithium ion cells and batteries packed in quantities that exceed the allowance permitted in Section IB, Table 965-IB, which must be assigned to Class 9 and are subject to all of the applicable requirements of these Instructions; — Section IB applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh packed in quantities that exceed the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 965-II; and — Section II applies to lithium ion cells with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 20 Wh and lithium ion batteries with a Watt-hour rating not exceeding 100 Wh packed in quantities not exceeding the allowance permitted in Section II, Table 965-II.
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Score: 723151.03 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG16/DGPWG.16.WP.047.2.en.pdf
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