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The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 include more than 1,600 universities across 99 countries and territories, making them the largest and most diverse university rankings to date.

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The 2022 Civic pairs an inviting interior with spirited handling and excellent fuel-economy ratings,* delivering an overall value that helped it to be named the 2022 Best Compact Car for the Money by U.S. News & World Report.

The poverty guidelines (unlike the poverty thresholds) are designated by the year in which they are issued. For instance, the guidelines issued in January 2023 are designated the 2023 poverty guidelines. However, the 2023 HHS poverty guidelines only reflect price changes through calendar year 2022; accordingly, they are approximately equal to the Census Bureau poverty thresholds for calendar year 2022. (The 2022 thresholds are expected to be issued in final form in September 2023; a preliminary version of the 2022 thresholds is now available from the Census Bureau.)

The coronavirus pandemic has brought children trauma and tremendous loss over the past two and a half years. As of July 2022, the health crisis had killed more than 1 million people in America, including more than 1,600 children. During this same time span, more than 200,000 kids had lost a parent or primary caregiver to the virus.

If you have already submitted your 2022 Census of Agriculture, thank you. Please disregard any additional ag census letters and forms. Whether you responded online or by mail, you can verify your report was received by going to, entering your survey code, and checking the submitted date under the status column of the My Surveys tab. Please note that the status update is not always immediate, even if you responded online. The update can take a few minutes up to several days, especially if you returned your form via mail.

The most efficient method of informing us of your status is to complete the 2022 Census of Agriculture online using your survey code. The first few questions handle the status of the farm production, farm business, and farm ownership. You will also have the opportunity to add comments if you like.

The most efficient method of informing us of your status is to complete the 2022 Census of Agriculture online using your survey code. The first few questions handle the status of the farm production, farm business, and farm ownership. You will also have the opportunity to add comments if you like. If the farm is no longer operating, was not in operation at any point during 2022, or has never been a farm, you will be done very quickly and we will be able to remove you from our mailing list.

As long as the operation was still in business during 2022, the Census of Agriculture should be completed. The most efficient method of informing us of your status is to complete the 2022 Census of Agriculture online using your survey code. You will also have the opportunity to add comments if you like. If the farm is no longer operating and was not in operation at any point during 2022, you will be done very quickly and we will be able to remove you from our mailing list.

USDA NASS is committed to protecting your private information and due to strict confidentiality policy, please call 888-424-7828 to obtain your code over the telephone. Once you have your survey code, please follow the steps below to complete the 2022 Census of Agriculture.

If you did not receive a survey code in the mail, did you receive the Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS)? Producers who receive the ARMS questionnaire only need to respond to the ARMS survey. It counts as your submission for the 2022 Census of Agriculture. You do not need to complete both.

Census of Agriculture data is available on the NASS website as PDF files, QuickStats - a searchable database, through your local NASS field office, at many depository libraries, universities and other state government offices. NASS offers key videos and highlight publications including Farm Demographics and Farm Economics. The 2022 Census of Agriculture is scheduled for publication in 2024.

New data topics in the ag census reflect trends and changes in U.S. agriculture and ensure that the census continues to provide relevant agricultural data. Several notable changes for 2022 include new questions about the use of precision agriculture, hemp production, hair sheep and updates to internet access questions.

NASS will mail the 2022 Census of Agriculture questionnaires to ag producers in November/December to collect data for the 2022 calendar year. Producers can respond online or return their completed questionnaires by mail. Responses are due by February 6, 2023. NASS will send reminder notices to those who do not respond and may attempt to contact those producers for a personal interview. Response to the Census of Agriculture is required by federal law.

NASS will release 2022 Census of Agriculture results in 2024. Detailed data will be available for the 2022 and earlier censuses in electronic formats for the United States as well as all states and counties and Puerto Rico. A full schedule will be available summer 2022 at

The 2022 ag census methodology is the same as that used in 2017. However, from one census to the next, NASS considers what enhancements to the methodology can improve the process. NASS uses capture-recapture methodology, an accepted statistical methodology, to account for undercoverage (farms not reached in the original mailing), nonresponse (people not returning their census questionnaires), and misclassification (whether an operation is correctly classified as a farm or not). The methodology is documented thoroughly in Appendix A of the ag census.

After the 2012 Census of Agriculture, NASS convened an expert panel of data users and stakeholders to ensure that the Census of Agriculture measures the full contributions of all persons involved in U.S. farm operations and agricultural production. For comparisons, the 2017 Census of Agriculture publication included a bridge table between the 2012 and 2017 data items. The 2022 demographic tables will only show data for all producers. There will be no data for principal or primary producers for 2022. Since 2017 and 2022 Census of Agriculture data are comparable, no bridging tables will be published in 2022.

The traditional five percent level of significance is used to determine whether an observed change from 2017 to 2022 is statistically significant. Each comparison between a 2017 and a 2022 ag census estimate uses statistical methods that account for the uncertainty of each estimate. However, there is a difference between statistical significance and practical significance. Some changes that are not statistically significant may be of high practical importance; other changes that are statistically significant may be inconsequential in practice. The data user must assess the practical significance of a change.

Additionally, NASS also obtained the count of ag producers on reservations who were not counted through individual ag census forms but whose agricultural activity was included in the reservation-level report form. In addition to the data released in 2024, NASS will release a detailed 2022 ag census report on American Indian Reservations.

This recommendation is the same as the Southern Hemisphere flu vaccine recommendation. For more information, visit Influenza Vaccine for the 2022-2023 Season FDA"}},{"@type": "Question","name": "How much flu vaccine is expected to be available during the 2022-2023 flu season?","acceptedAnswer": {"@type": "Answer","text": "

Flu vaccine is produced by private manufacturers, so supply depends on manufacturers. Vaccine manufacturers have projected that they will supply the United States with as many as 173.5 million to 183.5 million doses of influenza vaccines for the 2022-2023 season. These projections may change as the season progresses. All flu vaccines for the 2022-2023 season will be quadrivalent (four component). Most will be thimerosal-free or thimerosal-reduced vaccine (93%), and about 20% of flu vaccines will be egg-free.

CDC has annual educational campaigns to increase awareness about the importance of seasonal flu vaccination. For the 2022-2023 season, CDC will continue to emphasize the importance of flu vaccination beginning in September and for the entire flu season. The agency will conduct targeted communication outreach to specific groups of people who are at higher risk for developing serious complications from flu. Communication strategies for providers and the public will include:

International sequencing efforts immediately began to characterize the outbreak-causing MPXV to identify its origin and track its dissemination. Genome data will also inform about the virus evolutionary trajectory, genetic diversity and phenotypic characteristics with relevance for guiding diagnostics, prophylaxis and research. Here we report the rapid application of high-throughput shotgun metagenomics to reconstruct the first genome sequences of the MPXV associated with the 2022 MPXV outbreak, providing valuable genomic and phylogenetic data on this emerging threat.

Light-colored mutations represent the SNPs separating the MPXV 2022 outbreak cluster from the MPXV_UK_P2 (MT903344.1) reference sequence (Supplementary Table 3). Dark-colored mutations represent the genetic diversity within the outbreak cluster (Supplementary Table 4).

In summary, our genomic and phylogenomic data provide insights into the evolutionary trajectory of the 2022 MPXV outbreak strain and shed light on potential mechanisms and targets of human adaptation. The observed accelerated evolution of this human MPXV, potentially driven by the APOBEC3 action, suggests that viral genome sequencing might provide sufficient resolution to track the transmission dynamics and outbreak spread, which seemed to be challenging for a presumably slow-evolving double-stranded DNA virus. Together with the adopted strategy of real-time data sharing, this study may help guide novel outbreak control measures and subsequent research directions. 041b061a72


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