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Love Starbucks Drinks? These Are The Five Most Ordered Drinks By Customers

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Starbucks is one of the most famous coffee shops that served a lot delicious and also mouth watering drinks to all of their customers. Regular customers already know what kind of beverages that they love the most and frequently ordered from Starbucks. They have ranked all of these beverages from 1-5 based on how frequently they got ordered.

These are 5 most ordered beverages from Starbucks:

1) Vanilla Latte

This vanilla latte has been ranked as the number one of the best Starbucks drinks to order for a very long time already. This drink is so delicious and also very addictive. It also helps to keep health goals in check because its calorific value is not as high as the other beverages. And not to mention, all is well while satisfying the desire for a crafted coffee. One way to make Starbucks Vanilla Latte healthier is by simply swapping to sugar-free vanilla syrup!

2) Iced White Chocolate Mocha

The drinks that are made with the wording of “white chocolate delight” is absolutely one of the best Starbucks cold drinks based on the flavor. However, this highly favored Iced White Chocolate Mocha by most of the Starbuck’s customers contains two different sweetening methods. The first method would be the white chocolate mocha sauce and the second method would be the vanilla syrup. This sums up in totals to a whopping 49 grams of sugar per 16 ounces. One of the way to make this drinks healthier would be to ask for less white chocolate mocha sauce and also swap to sugar-free vanilla to reduce overall sugar content from the barista.

3) Pumpkin Spice Latte

This Pumpkin Spice Latte is actually a seasonal drink because it always comes when Halloween arrived. This drink also casually and more commonly known as ‘PSL,’ is one of the most popular Starbucks drinks. It is made with real pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, and also clove. To make this drink healthier, limit the pumpkin spice sauce filled with sugar and ask for more of the pumpkin pie spice.

4) Java Chip Frappuccino

Mocha sauce and also Frappuccino chips are blended with coffee, milk, and ice. Then, baristas top with whipped cream and mocha drizzle and to bring you endless java joy. That is why this is one of the most ordered beverages from Starbucks. While in fact it may be joyful at the moment, keep those java chips flowing and weight can surprisingly easily pack on. One tip to make this drink healthier would be to order up a Java Chip Light Frappuccino Blended Coffee from the Starbucks menu. The blended coffee “a lighter chip off the original java block” and uses more ice, nonfat milk, and light Frappuccino syrup.

5) Hot Chocolate

Hot chocolate is the classic beverages that would be ordered by everyone in this whole wide world. For all those chocolate lovers, the hot chocolate is usually described as “Steamed milk with vanilla and mocha flavored syrups. Topped with sweetened whipped cream and chocolate-flavored drizzle.” Such a long order for a perfect drinks. To healthify this particular drink, choose for a shorter size and swap whole milk with nonfat milk. Other than that, completely dismiss the whipped cream and ask for a lighter drizzle of the chocolate atop.

Sources: On The Table.

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China’s CoronaVac Vaccine Safe: Azerbaijani Acting Health Minister

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BAKU, May – Azerbaijan’s acting health minister Teymur Musayev on Thursday said the CoronaVac vaccine made by China’s biopharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech is fully safe.

Speaking at a press briefing of the operational headquarters for COVID-19 prevention and control, Musayev said that 1.6 million people in the country have got their first dose of the Chinese-made vaccine so far, while 600,000 people have received both.

According to Xinhua news agency, Musayev said Azerbaijan enrolled the CoronaVac vaccine for mass vaccination, describing it as “completely safe.”

Infection cases among those who received both doses were minor, he said.

“We embark on a new phase of vaccination against COVID-19 in Azerbaijan from May 10 that will enable citizens above 18 to be vaccinated. This means we now have sufficient quantities of the jab,” Musayev said.

Azerbaijan launched the mass vaccination in January.

Source: BERNAMA

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COVID-19 Developments Remain Complicated In Regional Countries

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HANOI, May 6  — The COVID-19 development in several countries in the ASEAN region remain complicated, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported.

In Laos, the Health Ministry had confirmed 46 new COVID-19 cases on May 5, mostly in Vientiane and Bokeo province with 19 and 15 cases, respectively.

From May 4, the Lao government decided to apply lockdown for additional 15 days until May 20.

So far, Laos has discovered 1,072 COVID-19 cases, including 99 recoveries and no death.

Meanwhile in Thailand, the pandemic is still developing complicatedly with 2,112 new cases confirmed on May 5 and 15 deaths, raising the total cases to 74,000 cases, with 318 deaths.

Bangkok is still a hot spot of COVID-19 with 789 cases, VNA reported.

In Indonesia, 155,000 soldiers and policemen will be deployed within the framework of Operation Ketupat Jaya 2021 from May 6 to 17 to minimise the spreading of COVID-19 during the Muslims Eid al-Fitr holidays from May 13 to 14.

Some 4,276 personnel will be stationed in the capital city and its adjoining areas. The Jakarta Police will deploy these personnel at 14 isolation points and 17 check points.

The Operation Ketupat Jaya 2021 is being conducted to block access to and from Jabodetabek, to maintain security, and to monitor the implementation of health protocols to stem the transmission of the coronavirus disease before, during, and after Eid al-Fitr, among others.

Meanwhile, spokesperson for the COVID-19 Handling Task Force Wiku Adisasmito armed that all forms of homecoming activities, including the local homecoming, are banned during Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr to lower the rate of COVID-19 infection.

At the same time, Malaysia’s capital city of Kuala Lumpur will re-apply movement control order (MCO) from May 7. This will be the third time the city is placed in MCO to control the COVID-19 pandemic.

Malaysian Defence Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob said that the order is given after 17 new clusters were recorded.
The order will be applied until May 20. Food premises, such as restaurants, food trucks, hawkers and kiosks, are allowed to operate from 6am to midnight only. Dine-ins are not allowed and food served are for delivery and takeaways only.

Malaysia on May 5 logged 3,744 new cases in the last 24 hours to bring the total to 424,376. There were 17 more deaths, bringing the total fatalities to 1,591.

The MCO was applied for the first time on March 18, 2020 and the second time on January 13, 2021.

The same day, Executive Secretary of the Philippine Presidential Office Salvador Medialdea said that the Southeast Asian country will ban tourists from Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from May 7 to 14 as part of efforts to prevent the entry of SARS-CoV-2 variants found in India.

Travellers coming directly from those countries, or with a history of travel to any of them within the last 14 days, would be barred from entering, he said.

Earlier, the Philippines banned travellers from India from April 29 to May 14.

On May 5, the country confirmed 5,685 new COVID-19 cases and 178 deaths, raising the count to more than 1 million with 17,800 deaths.

In Cambodia, VNA reported that Prime Minister Hun Sen had on May 5 ordered to vaccinate more than 52,000 people in all areas in the red zones of Phnom Penh with COVID-19 vaccines, with the administration of the rst dose to be completed soon and the second dose to commence once the stipulated time frame has been
reached.

To date, more than 1.5 million people have been vaccinated with either Sinopharm, Sinovac or Covishield (AstraZenacca vaccines) since February 10.

The same day, the Cambodian Ministry of Health confirmed 672 new cases, raising the total cases to 16,971, including 110 deaths.

Source: BERNAMA

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(Video) Mumbai Teacher Drives Auto-Rickshaw, Carries Covid-19 Patients For Free

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India is now facing the worst threat of Covid with the death toll rapidly increasing and their oxygen supply thinning. As a result, many good samaritans are helping those in need. A man in Mumbai helps by providing a rickshaw service from hospital to home and visa versa for free.

“I drop off Covid patients to Care Centres and hospitals for free, and also bring discharged patients to their respective homes,” he added.

Dattatraya Swant, a teacher drives the auto-rickshaw by himself and provides free rides to Covid patients. He still makes sure to use precautions like wearing a PPE kit, sanitization, and others. Mr. Sawant teaches English at Dnyansagar Vidya Mandir School.

“For this, I personally take all precautionary measures. At present, the number of corona patients is increasing rapidly. Many of them are dying due to untimely treatment. In such a situation, whether the poor patients get government help in time or not, private ambulances are not affordable. And often public vehicles do not provide services to Covid patients. In such cases, my free service will be available to the patients,” he said in an interview.

As the number of coronavirus patients soars, his volunteer is highly appreciated by all.

Source: India.com, NDTV

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