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If covid-19 has impacted your business's finances and you have difficulties accessing credit, the government's covid-19 credit guarantee scheme could help. The scheme is designed to provide SMEs, primary producers and small midcaps access to low cost liquidity to keep their businesses operating.


The scheme covers loans of up to one million euro, with times of up to five and a half years.


The covid-19 credit guarantee scheme facilitates your bank and providing liquidity and working capital to your business with an initial focus on term loans and working capital loans. Loans of up to 250000 euro are unsecured. The scheme will be available until the end of December 2020.


Find out more at S.P.C.A. Girlfight, i.e. PROCOL 884 482. The scheme covers loans between 10000 and one million euro terms of between three months to five and a half years longer unsecured of the 250000 euro terms and conditions apply. This is a Government of Ireland initiative delivered by the SBI.


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Good morning. This is Brook Howard with The Daily Beast. It's Wednesday, September 16th, and these are the top six stories the team is watching right now.


A new study purporting to show that covid-19 was manufactured in a Chinese lab was published by a pair of nonprofit groups tied to Steve Bannon, the former top Trump strategist now facing felony fraud charges. The study, co-authored by Chinese virologists who fled Hong Kong this year, claims that, quote, laboratory manipulation is part of the history of the virus.


Its findings were quickly picked up by a handful of prominent news organizations, such as The New York Post, which hyped the wild allegations that run counter to virtually all existing science on the source of the virus. The study is the work of the Rule of Law Society and the Rule of Law Foundation sister nonprofit organizations that Bannon was instrumental in creating, according to documents posted on the society's website last year. He served as that group's chair. A search of Google Scholar and the Rule of Law, Society and Rule of Law Foundation websites indicates that the organizations have absolutely no history of publishing, scientific or medical research.


Earlier this year, a survivor of sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein filed a lawsuit claiming the financier and his alleged accomplice, Glenn Maxwell, groomed her for sex in the 90s when she was just 14. The woman, referred to as Jane Doe, also claimed Epstein introduced her to Donald Trump at Mar a Lago, where he allegedly asked the future president, quote, This is a good one, right? But on Monday, a federal judge put those lawsuit on hold pending the resolution of Maxwells criminal trial scheduled for July 20 21, Maxwell, who is a defendant in the suit, is facing a slew of charges related to Epstein's underage sex ring.


The U.S. district judge overseeing Docx case ruled that those litigation would result in, quote, undue prejudice for the British socialite. Doe's lawsuit did not personally accuse Trump of any kind of misconduct.


The winds of Hurricane Sandy reached 100 miles per hour in the early hours of Wednesday morning as the slow moving storm continued through the Gulf of Mexico towards Alabama and Florida. Meteorologists had downgraded Sally to a Category one hurricane Tuesday, but it regained strength and returned to Category two overnight. Storm, which is moving towards land at just two miles per hour, is forecast to make landfall sometime on Wednesday. Meteorologists at the National Hurricane Center have predicted it made up more than two feet of rain on the coast, and it flicked a storm surge as tall as nine feet on the shores of Mississippi and Alabama.


Help us soar if we're supposed to share the mentality of the president speaking at a town hall event hosted by ABC News on Tuesday night, President Trump said he had no regrets about his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and doubled down on his claim that the virus will just, quote, go away.


Even if it does not just disappear, he said, then what he mistakenly called, quote, herd mentality will take over and save us all from harm. He apparently confused his wording of, quote, herd mentality for the concept of herd immunity, which occurs when a large enough proportion of the population has built up immunity to an infectious disease, often through vaccination. The president insisted the country will recover from the pandemic even without a vaccine. Repeating that it will just take time.


LGBTQ activist Sarah McBride won the Democratic nomination for seat in Delaware state Senate seat on Tuesday, bringing the 30 year old one step closer to becoming the highest ranking transgender elected official in the country.


She crushed her opponent, Joseph McHale, by a wide margin, winning 93 percent of the vote to his seven. Democrat Harris McDow has held the first district seat since 1976, but he decided not to run for reelection. McBride, currently a spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign, is a favorite to win the heavily Democratic district in November.


This is when being an overachiever does not work in your favor, a Long Island teenager who decided to protest social distancing precautions by repeatedly showing up to school with the media right behind him on days when he was scheduled for remote learning has been suspended for a year. Maverick Stowe, who is 17, argues that students should attend in-person classes every day. He was initially suspended for five days and then had the cops called on him for what officials said was a, quote, publicity stunt at William Floyd High School, Olmsted Beach.


Now he's been barred from campus for the rest of his senior year and won't be allowed to attend prom or graduation.


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