All deleted tweets from politicians

Mabrook Azeez (unknown) tweeted :

Key points from President @ibusolih’s address on COVID-19 response: 100,000 doses of AstraZeneca Covishield vaccine has been gifted by India to Maldives. Our goal is to give a first dose to the entire Maldivian population in the coming months. #Ummeedhu

RT @dptfinance: Applications now open for the Dormant Accounts Fund. Multi-year grants of up to £100,000 are available to community, voluntary & social enterprise to build resilience & sustainability. Visit our delivery partner @TNLComFUNDNI website for full details: tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/funding/progra… https://t.co/duwRp5Go0B

Hermanos de @alertacomando no se pudo el refuerzo presupuestario de $200,000. Sin embargo, se lograron $100,000; espero les sirvan para continuar su loable labor. Bendiciones !!!

Herefordshire, with an infection rate of 50.8 cases per 100,000, is to be placed in Tier 1. Anglesey, with a rate of 32.8 per 100,000, is to be placed in WG’s Level 4. Why are the people of Llangefni being treated more harshly that the residents of Ledbury?

RT @ScotTories: 🗣️ @Douglas4Moray: The Scottish Government’s own advisers say that 100,000 Scottish jobs are at risk. If the SNP keep stalling, those jobs will be lost. Rishi Sunak has put up the money. It’s now on the SNP to deliver this support before it’s too late. https://t.co/HB76m9LV6w

RT @MartynDaySNP: I'm delighted to announce that the @BonessRailway Appeal for £100,000 to cover the costs of the recent landslip has reached £70K already. More is required to ensure the future of this wonderful vintage asset. Please donate if you can at: bkrailway.co.uk/emergency-land… #VintageRailway https://t.co/gxSqWU3qri

James Shaw (green-party) tweeted :

Our work to make sure Aotearoa New Zealand is home to at least 100,000 kiwis by 2030 got a big boost today. Green Minister @EugenieSage announced an extra $19.7 million in funding to accelerate iwi and community efforts to protect kiwi. beehive.govt.nz/release/more-r…

Paul Sweeney (UKMPs) tweeted :

Glasgow's original public library network was developed after a gift by Andrew Carnegie of £100,000 in 1901. The cheque sent to Glasgow Corporation was signed off: "Let Glasgow flourish, so say we all of us Scotsmen throughout the world." We still say so. They must be reopened.

This is not the only place like this. There are about 100,000 public housing homes just like this across the country that need repairs. Building and repairing social housing is a win-win.

The Department of Health yesterday revealed just 100,000 aged care workers have completed the Morrison Government’s training modules in infection control - less than one in three workers. Why did this completely inadequate take-up not raise serious alarm bells? https://t.co/CMJLgpy0f0