day zero


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day zero

The same day an event occurs or a vulnerability is discovered. See zero-day exploit.
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The Committee was briefed by the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, on the Department of Healths strategies in addressing the listeriosis outbreak, whilst the Western Cape Provincial Department of Health briefed the Committee on its readiness for Day Zero.
The looming Day Zero is not endemic to the City as other areas in South Africa and globally are experiencing drought conditions," says Nicolette Pombo-van Zyl editor of ESI Africa.
Earlier predicted to occur on May 11, Day Zero has now been pushed forward to June 4.
I can only imagine that the authorities may have to call in the military to keep citizens from killing each other when people have to queue for water at the proposed water points come Day Zero, when the city authorities turn off household taps.
But recently, I have been reading about Cape Town's Day Zero scenario on April 12 this year.
With domestic consumption accounting for the bulk of water usage, officials are hoping their latest desperate cuts can stave off Day Zero until the rains begin.
It was day zero at CES and before the showfloor is thrown open, companies lined up to demonstrate and talk about the new innovations and products that will grab the eyeballs at the showfloors in CES this year.
Rabbits were weighed before the cisplatin dose on day zero and then ahead of sacrifice on day three.
When your cells arrived for me, I was so excited - this was my day zero, the first day of the rest of my life and you made it a possibility.
The day of vaccination counts as day zero and not day one.
Between day zero and full authority by municipalities over waste management, multiple things should happen, according to the expert.
Generally, 2% salt content caused higher lipid oxidation than 1% salt content at day zero and three, but not at day seven.