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DOJ 'deeply disappointed' Mexico closed probe of ex-defense minister
  + stars: | 2021-01-16 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said it is “deeply disappointed” by Mexico’s decision to close its investigation of ex-Defense Minister Salvador Cienfuegos, after the Mexican attorney general decided to not press charges. FILE PHOTO: Mexico's then defense minister, General Salvador Cienfuegos, addresses an audience during the 50th anniversary of the Plan of Assistance to the Population in case of Disaster (Plan DN-III-E) in Mexico City, Mexico July 12, 2017. U.S. prosecutors later dropped the case and returned him to Mexico to be prosecuted, with Lopez Obrador’s administration vowing a thorough investigation of the case. The DOJ said is also “deeply disappointed” the decision to publicize information shared with Mexico in confidence. “A U.S. federal grand jury analyzed that material and other evidence and concluded that criminal charges against Cienfuegos were supported by the evidence.”
Persons: Salvador Cienfuegos, Mexico's, Carlos Jasso, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, ” Cienfuegos, Enrique Pena Nieto, Lopez, Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . Department of Justice, Defense, REUTERS, DOJ, Mutual Legal Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, Los Angeles, U.S, United States, Cienfuegos,
We had hope.”New York City, once the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., has been plagued by vaccine distribution stumbles, just like nearly every part of the country. From supply shortages to registration issues, a string of mishaps have impaired rollout efforts across the five boroughs. “I’m telling you at this rate, there will not be any doses available in New York by next week,” he said. More than 337,000 doses have been administered in New York City so far, according to the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Mount Sinai said this week that they were forced to cancel some vaccination appointments because of low supply.
Persons: Bill McBain, , Bill de Blasio, Andrew Cuomo, Mitchell Katz, Cuomo, Howard Stein, Bronx . Stein, Stein, McBain, , de Blasio, Sinai Organizations: Brooklyn Army, New York, WNYC, Gov, NYC, City Hall, Bronx ., Facebook, NYC Department of Health, Mental Hygiene Locations: Brooklyn, York City, U.S, New York, New, New York City, Manhattan, Bronx, Valhalla
MONTREAL/QUEBEC CITY, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Political opposition that killed Canadian convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard’s $20 billion bid for French retailer Carrefour on Friday is unlikely to end the global ambitions of founder Alain Bouchard. French politicians gave a strong ‘non’ to the proposed take-over, calling it a matter of national food safety. Alain Bouchard is “an entrepreneurial hero, a self-made man, self-educated man,” his friend Mitch Garber, who headed Montreal-based Cirque du Soleil, said. “If Carrefour was making weapons for the French army I would understand,” he said. “They sell groceries.”Despite the endless amount of acquisitions, the company has retained its entrepreneurial approach to business, a top-10 shareholder of Couche-Tard said.
Persons: Alain Bouchard, Bouchard, Bruno Le Maire, , ” Sylvain Charlebois, Charlebois, Mitch Garber, Garber doesn’t, , Tard, Brian Hannasch, Fortune, Maiya Keida, Pamela Barbaglia, Gwénaëlle, Denny Thomas, Peter Henderson, Jacqueline Wong Organizations: QUEBEC CITY, Carrefour, French Finance, Reuters, Agri, Food, Dalhousie University, Johnson Oil Co, K Corp, Tard Locations: MONTREAL, QUEBEC, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Canada, Montreal, Couche, , Australia, Toronto, London, Paris
Boies Schiller Flexner partner Joshua Schiller was arrested on a domestic violence charge this week in California. Joshua Schiller, a partner at law firm Boies Schiller Flexner, was arrested this week on a domestic violence charge and is now on leave from the firm. Schiller, who has advised clients such as DraftKings and Salesforce, is the son of Jonathan Schiller, a prominent litigator in New York City and cofounder of the elite law firm Boies Schiller Flexner with the trial attorney David Boies. Contacted Friday, Boies Schiller said in a statement that the firm would conduct a review "to better understand what happened." Boies Schiller has undergone a major transformation in the last two years as Jonathan Schiller and Boies stepped back from day-to-day leadership, though they remain as managing partners.
Persons: Boies Schiller, Joshua Schiller, Schiller, Jonathan Schiller, David Boies, Melissa Siebel Schiller, Gavin Newsom, Read, Boies Schiller Schiller, Nicholas Gravante, Boies Organizations: Police, American Lawyer, Boies, Ritz Carlton Locations: California, Ross, Marin County, New York City
The art of winning a penalty: debate heats up over spot-kick spike
  + stars: | 2021-01-16 | by ( Ben Church | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
To some, it's a blatant disregard for the credibility of the game whilst others see it as mastering a necessary dark art. Solskjaer initially brushed off Klopp's comments, saying he doesn't spend his time counting how many penalties Liverpool gets, but did suggest that such comments might influence decisions in the future. United has been awarded 32 penalties since the start of the 2018/19 season compared to Liverpool's 17. The Old Trafford club also set a new Premier League record after it was awarded 14 penalties last season. 'Nonsense'However, Manchester United (six) has only been awarded one more penalty than Liverpool in the league this season, while both teams have scored the same amount (five).
Persons: We're, Rashford, Mourinho, Jose, Marcus Rashford, Mark Halsey, They're, Halsey, hasn't, Jurgen Klopp, doesn't, we've, They've, Bruno Fernandes, what's, you've Organizations: Football Writers ' Association, FWA, United, Former Premier League, CNN Sport, Premier League, Liverpool, Leicester City, Manchester United, Anfield Locations: Old Trafford, Trafford
Howells' bitcoin is now worth around $275 million as bitcoin is trading around $37,000 at the time of writing. In 2013, British IT worker James Howells accidentally threw away a hard drive with a digital wallet containing 7,500 little known and virtually worthless Bitcoin. Howells threw the hard drive away between June and August 2013, believing he'd already backed up the files he needed from it. After visiting the landfill, Howells told the BBC he thought he had "no chance" of retrieving his hard drive. However, in a statement to CNN, a Newport City Council spokeswoman said it was not allowed to excavate the site.
Persons: James Howells, Howells, bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, he'd, Mr Howells Organizations: Newport City Council, CNN, BBC, BBC News, Newport City, New York Times, Times Locations: Newport , Wales, Newport, British, Wales
Disneyland Resort, a New Jersey mall, convention centers, and sports stadiums are opening their doors to the public as mass vaccination sites. Among the mass vaccination sites where people have begun receiving the vaccines, which were approved in mid-December, are Disneyland resort, a New Jersey Mall, and Gillette Stadium. Raymond Boyd/Getty ImagesChicago has opened up six mass vaccination sites at colleges across the city, according to a report from WGN9 News. More mass vaccination sites will be announced in the coming days. Gary Burke / ContributorThe Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Pennsylvania will soon transform into a mass vaccination site.
Persons: doesn't, David McNew, Darryl Webb, KENA BETANCUR, Malcolm, Raymond Boyd, Arturo Velasquez, Richard J, Harry, Jacob K, Jacob Javits, John Lamparski, Caleb Jones, Neal Blaisdell, Maddie Malhotra, Charlie Baker, Gary Burke, Aaron Sweet, Paul S, Howell, Jerome Schottenstein, Justin Casterline, Elaine Cromie, Mercedes, Danny Karnik, Ritu Manoj Jethani, Shutterstock Organizations: Disneyland, Sports, Trump, Washington Post, Moderna, Pfizer, Gillette, Citi, Getty, New York Mets, Citi Field, Arizona Cardinals, Big, REUTERS, Farm's Arizona Cardinals, AZ, Rowan College of South, ABC7, Malcolm X College, Chicago, WGN9, Daley College , Olive, Harvey College, Kennedy, King College, Harry S Truman College, Javits Convention, Jacob Javits Convention, Javits Center, Westchester County Center, New, Expo, State University of New, Hawaii, Neal Blaisdell Center, Massachusetts, Massachussetts, New England Patriots, Dorney, Lehigh Valley Health Network, University of New Mexico's Lobos, UNM, Houston , Texas The Astros, Houston Health Department, Houston Astros, Jerome, Value City, The Ohio State, Jerome Schottenstein Center, TCF Center, Detroit's TCF Center, Mercedes Benz Arena, Atlanta Mercedes Benz, Benz, Atlanta Falcons, Fulton County, of Health, Virginia, Virginia Beach Convention Locations: New Jersey, New York, California, Southern, Orange County , California, Fiume, Rockaway Townsquare, Townsquare, Rockaway , New Jersey, AFP, Rowan College of South Jersey, Chicago, Chicago , Illinois, United States, Westchester, Syracuse, State University of New York, Albany, Jones, Oahu Honolulu, Hawaii Hanauma, Oahu, Hawaii, Honolulu, Foxborough, Wildwater, Pennsylvania, Lehigh, Albuquerque , New Mexico, Houston , Texas, Houston, Ohio, Detroit, Detroit , Michigan, Atlanta, Fulton, Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach , Virginia
Donald G. Tober, chairman of Sugar Foods Corporation and longtime Sweet'N Low marketer, died Friday, according to The New York Post. Tober, 89, had been a driving force behind Sweet'N Low, the little pink packets of artificial sweetener. The man who helped put pink Sweet'N Low packets on millions of tables died on Friday. Donald G. Tober, chairman of Sugar Foods Corporation, had been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, according to the report. He said: "Don's had as much to do with building Sweet'N Low into a household name as anyone ever has with a product.
Persons: Donald G, Tober, Sweet'N, Steve Odell, Don's, Ben Eisenstadt, Sweet'N Low, he'd, Barbara D, He's, Barbara, Donald Tober Organizations: Sugar Foods Corporation, longtime, The New York, The New, The New York Post, Foods, Denver, The Denver Post, The New York Daily News, Bride's Magazine, Jewish, American Austrian Foundation, Prevention Locations: Tober, The, The New York, Manhattan, New York, Brooklyn, New York City, Memphis , Tennessee
But clinical trials overwhelmingly show that coronavirus vaccines are safe for people of color, presenting little threat of long-term side effects. Sandra Lindsay didn't know she would be the first person in the US to receive a coronavirus vaccine outside clinical trials. Hispanic/Latinx volunteers made up 20% of participants, while Black volunteers made up 10% and Asian-American volunteers made up 4%. But only 42% of Black Americans in the Pew survey said they definitely or probably would get a coronavirus vaccine. Sacks said there may be two factors that discourage Black Americans from trusting vaccines: false information and overall mistrust of the healthcare system.
Persons: Sandra Lindsay didn't, Lindsay, Tina Sacks, James Marion Sims, Stéphane Bancel, Sacks, Karen Ducey, JOHANNES EISELE, They're, Dr, Eva Galvez, Galvez, David Greedy Organizations: Black, Jewish Medical Center, New York Times, UC Berkeley's School of Social Welfare, Tuskegee, Moderna, CNBC, Princeton University, Pew Research, Nurses, Hospital, Getty, Virginia Memorial Health Center, NPR, Pfizer Locations: Long, Philadelphia, Moderna, Seattle , Washington, New York City, AFP, Hillsboro , Oregon
Fabric is a robotics and micro-fulfillment startup helping retailers to quickly fulfill orders in city centers. When people think of fulfillment centers, they likely envision massive warehouses in industrial parts of major cities. But robotics and micro-fulfillment startup Fabric is focused on creating much smaller spaces for retailers to fulfill their online orders. Fabric's centers are typically between 10,000 and 15,000 square feet (compared to about 800,000 square feet for an Amazon fulfillment center). Fabric is pitching retailers on the ability to dedicate just portions of their existing real estate to order fulfillment.
Persons: Steve Hornyak, Hornyak, Read, we'll Organizations: Foods, Kroger, Amazon, Walmart, Read Locations: Washington ,, New York City, Tel Aviv, New York
Rick Treworgy spent most of his life collecting cars but now he's ready to sell most of his collection. About 200 of his cars will be available at Mecum Auctions' Rick Treworgy's Muscle Car City 2021 event. From January 22 to 23, you'll get a chance to bring home vehicles from one of the biggest muscle car collections ever assembled. Rick Treworgy spent most of his life personally adding cars to his extensive collection. — at Mecum Auctions' Rick Treworgy's Muscle Car City 2021 event in Punta Gorda, Florida.
Persons: Rick Treworgy, Rick Treworgy's, you'll, Organizations: Chevrolet Locations: Punta Gorda , Florida
On Thursday retail pharmacies began administering COVID-19 vaccines to the eldery in New York. National drug chains like CVS, Walgreens,and Rite Aid are slated to be major players in the vaccine rollout. Retail pharmacies in New York begin administering COVID-19 vaccines to elderly individuals this week. 'Willing and ready'Unlike the flu shot, the COVID-19 vaccines available require two shots and the Pfizer version must be kept at a sub-zero temperature. Kroger too has increased hiring, taking on 1,000 additional health care personnel to help distribute the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a statement on the retailer's website.
Persons: Joe Biden, Stephen Anderson, Anderson, Biden's, it's, Alvin Tran, Tran, Johnny Louis, Colleen Lindholz, Kroger, Lindholz, We've, we've, that's, Jim Peters, Peters, Jeffrey Greenberg, Dan Hussar, Hussar, Jeff Chiu, Ricky Goldwasser, Morgan Stanley, Ethan Chernofsky, Chernofsky Organizations: Walgreens, Aid, Walmart, Kroger, National, National Association of Chain Drug, Retailers, Pharmacy, Disease Control, University of New, Pfizer, CVS, Getty, Rite Aid, Florida Walgreens, Getty Images Walmart, CDC, immunizations, CVS Pharmacy, California CVS Locations: New York, National, United States, COVID, Ohio, Colorado, University of New Haven, New Jersey, Philadelphia , New York City, Delaware, Florida, California
Co-founder of The Lincoln Project, John Weaver, has admitted sending "inappropriate" messages to several men after allegations surfaced this week, Axios reported on Friday. Several men accused Weaver of sending them unsolicited and sexually-suggestive messages, some of which also made offers of employment or political advancement. The co-founder of The Lincoln Project, John Weaver, has apologized for sending "inappropriate" sexually-charged messages to several men after accusations surfaced earlier this week, Axios reported. A spokesperson for The Lincoln Project told Axios, "John's statement speaks for itself." Insider also reached out to the Lincoln Project for comment.
Persons: John Weaver, Axios, Weaver, Sen, John McCain, Lincoln, Kellyanne, George Conway, Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, Read, shiv him Organizations: The Lincoln, Trump Administration, Visit, Lincoln, GOP, New York City, The Lincoln Project, Lincoln Project, Project Locations: New York
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday finalized a rule allowing commercial drones to fly without an operator on site. "Decades worth of promise and projection are finally coming to fruition," said Reese Mozer, CEO of American Robotics. The first commercial uses will be outside cities, with drones helping on industrial and agricultural jobs, said American Robotics. The newly finalized rule, ''Operation of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems over People',' will also allow some autonomous drones to fly at night. The rule includes four categories of commercial drones that can fly over people, according to the FAA.
Persons: Reese Mozer, Read, Mozer, Friday's Organizations: Federal Aviation Administration, American Robotics, Unmanned Aircraft Systems, FAA, American Robotics Scout Drones, American, Robotics, Electronic Privacy, Center, EPIC Locations: City, New York
"You know, it's the Wild West out there," said Dr. Camara Jones, past president of the American Public Health Association. A member of FDNY EMS receives a COVID-19 vaccine on December 23, 2020 in New York City. Seniors and first responders wait in line to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the Lakes Regional Library on December 30, 2020 in Fort Myers, Florida. A medical worker prepares to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at a drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site in Plant City, Florida, January 13, 2021. "You've got to hire people," said Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of Brown University's school of public health.
Persons: Donald Trump strode, COVID, Trump, , Donald Trump, Tom Brenner, Scott McNabb, Camara Jones, Judy Barrett, Andrew West, BioNTech, Michael Clevenger, Peter Hotez, McNabb, Michael Santiago, Yorkers, didn't, Jones, Nancy Goldstein, Octavio Jones, Octavio Jones West, Ahmad Gharabli, Hotez, You've, Ashish Jha, Brown, Joe Biden, Biden, Jha Organizations: Visit, White, Manhattan, Emory University, Centers for Disease Control, American Public Health Association, Park Regional, Reuters, UPS, Pfizer, Worldport, Baylor College of Medicine, of Health, Human Services, CDC, Washington Post, FDNY, Facebook, Sunshine State, Moderna, Lakes Regional Library, BioNTech, McKinsey, National Health Service, Clalit Health Services, Getty, American Hospital Association, National Association of Chain Drug, Farm, Phoenix, FEMA, US Public Health Service, National Guard Locations: COVID, Washington, United States, Marco, Fort Myers , Florida, Louisville , Kentucky, New York City, New York, Texas, Oregon, Brooklyn, Florida, Sunshine, Manatee County, Alabama, Plant City , Florida, Octavio Jones West Virginia, West Virginia, North Dakota, Dakota, Connecticut, Israel, United Kingdom, Palestinian, Beit Hanina, Jerusalem, AFP, New Jersey, Arizona, America
Some VCs have been declaring that San Francisco is over, and now they have the numbers to prove it. In 2020, San Francisco reached only 81.2% of the angel and seed deals it made in 2019. This means, compared to other major cities, San Francisco was less dominant than it's been in the last decade. Similarly, prominent VCs like Palantir co-founder Joe Lonsdale left San Francisco and Opendoor co-founder J.D. Meanwhile, New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles all experienced a decrease in deals — albeit not as drastic a drop as San Francisco.
Persons: Pitchbook, Keith Rabois, it's, VCs, haven't, Rabois, Joe Lonsdale, Opendoor, J.D, Ross, San Francisco, Ann Miura, Ko, Eric Newcomer, It's, Read, Elizabeth Yin, Still Organizations: National Venture Capital Association, San, Venture, Founders Fund, Area Locations: San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston, Silicon Valley, Miami, Austin, Silicon, Bay, New York, Kabbage, , New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Francisco
Go Ahead. Fantasize.
  + stars: | 2021-01-16 | by ( Tariro Mzezewa | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Teddy Johnson has a very clear fantasy for what he’s going to do the day the pandemic is “over” — whatever that day might look like, and whenever it may be. He’s banking on the day being sunny, perhaps the temperature of early summer. He will wear a cropped white tank top with speckles of paint all over it with his favorite pair of tight bell-bottoms and stunner sunglasses. “I can’t wait to dance with my friends,” said Mr. Johnson, 28, over the phone from his apartment in Manhattan. It won’t erase the pain of last year, which was compounded for Mr. Johnson by the loss of his job, but the dance floor fantasy is soothing — something to look forward to.
Persons: Teddy Johnson, Whitney Houston, Johnson, , ” Mr Locations: New York City, Manhattan
The transaction reduced maturities by 36% for 2023, the ministry said in a statement. “This reaffirms the confidence of investors in our country,” Deputy Finance Minister Gabriel Yorio wrote in a post on Twitter. A 12-year, 1 billion-euro bond maturing with a coupon of 1.45% and a 30-year 800 million-euro bond with a coupon of 2.125%. Listed in Luxembourg as well as Taipei, that issue raised $3 billion with a 3.75% coupon. (Reporting by Diego Ore in Mexico City Writing by Anthony Esposito Editing by Matthew Lewis)
Persons: Gabriel Yorio, Diego Ore, Anthony Esposito, Matthew Lewis Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Twitter, Diego Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, Formosa, Luxembourg, Taipei
CHICAGO, Jan 15 (Reuters) - A big burst of federal aid for U.S. states and local governments in Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s massive fiscal stimulus plan helped higher-yielding debt from lower-rated issuers in the U.S. municipal bond market on Friday. Investors have flocked to high-yield muni bond funds, which reported record-high net inflows topping $1 billion in the week ended Jan. 13. Groups representing states, cities and counties have been clamoring for more federal aid as the economic fallout from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic led to revenue shortfalls. Moody’s Analytics recently reduced its projected fiscal 2020 to fiscal 2022 gross shortfall for states and local governments to $330 billion from $450 billion due to an improved economic outlook. With New York State’s new fiscal year beginning on April 1, Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday called on Washington to pass Biden’s plan and fill the state’s $15 billion budget gap.
Persons: Jan, Joe Biden’s, Greg Saulnier, MMD, Biden, , Emily Swenson Brock, Andrew Cuomo, , Tom Kozlik Organizations: CHICAGO, Democratic, Investors, Government Finance, Federal Liaison, York, U.S . Senate, Republicans, HilltopSecurities Inc Locations: U.S, Illinois, New Jersey, Washington, York
Contact usBut the state’s health officer, Dr. Thomas Dobbs, said the problem isn’t a lack of health care workers. Rogelio V. Solis / APJoseph Goode, a spokesman for CVS, said the company had vaccinated more than 3,000 long-term care residents and staff in Mississippi since Dec. 28. Walgreens did not say how many long-term care residents in Mississippi the company had vaccinated. For long-term care residents and staff in communities that have struggled to bring the virus under control, the consequences could be dire. “I can’t think of anything more heartbreaking than that.”In Mississippi, residents of long-term care facilities have accounted for more than a third of those dying from Covid-19.
Persons: JACKSON, — JoAnn Hawkins, Hawkins, , ” Hawkins, Roy Armstrong, Thomas Dobbs, “ It’s, ” Dobbs, Paul Sancya, Brooke Tiner, Dobbs, Jan, “ We’re, , Trump, Lisa Sanders, ” Sanders, Douglas Magee, Brent Myers, Rogelio V . Solis, Joseph Goode, Emily Mekstan, ” Carrie Henning, Smith, Henning, ” Henning, , Queen City hasn’t Organizations: Miss, Queen City Nursing Center, Google, Walgreens, CVS, , NBC, Public Health, Welfare, Aetna, LeadingAge, Jan, of Health, Army, Mississippi State Veterans Home, Centers for Disease Control, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Queen City Locations: Meridian , Mississippi, Meridien, Miss, Mississippi, Texas, “ Mississippi, Olive Branch, Florida, In Oklahoma, Jackson, ” In Mississippi, Covid, Lauderdale County, Queen,
U.S. Treasury starts distributing $15 billion in payroll aid to airlines
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( David Shepardson | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department on Friday began distributing $15 billion in new payroll assistance to airlines, money allocated by Congress to help more than 32,000 aviation workers return to jobs through at least March 31. REUTERS/Jim UrquhartLarge airlines receiving assistance must repay 30% of it to the government in 10-year, low-interest loans. Delta Air Lines said it expects to receive $2.9 billion in total aid this round, with $830 million in the form of an unsecured loan. Southwest Airlines said it expected to receive $1.73 billion in total and received $863.7 million on Friday. Last month, American Airlines and United Airlines announced they were recalling tens of thousands of furloughed employees.
Persons: Jim Urquhart, SkyWest Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . Treasury Department, Delta Airlines, Salt Lake, International, REUTERS, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, Treasury, SkyWest Inc, American Airlines and United Airlines, United Locations: Salt, Salt Lake City , Utah, U.S
Palm Beach County in Florida said Thursday that it is exploring ending its lease with the president's prized Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach. The news was first reported by The Palm Beach Post. “I don’t think we can do it, frankly," Falcon told NBC News. The Trump Organization pays Palm Beach County $88,338 a month to lease the land, Palm Beach County told NBC News. Aside from Palm Beach County, the Girl Scouts are also looking to withdraw from a lease with the Trump Organization.
Persons: Donald Trump, Howard Falcon, Falcon, , Trump’s, Shinzo Abe, Tiger Woods, Meridith Maskara Organizations: Capitol, Trump International Golf Club, NBC News, NBC, Trump Organization, Trump, The Trump Organization, Palm, Girl Scouts, The Girl Scouts, Manhattan's Financial, , Scouts, Greater New, Wakefield, Forbes Locations: Palm Beach County, Florida, West Palm Beach, Palm, Lago, Mar, Palm Beach, Greater New York, Manhattan's, Greater, New York City
Several governors on Friday accused Azar of deceiving them about how many doses they could expect in the near future. Frieden said in an interview that there’s so little basic information available about where the nation’s vaccine doses are and what’s coming that it’s difficult to know where the bottlenecks are. Patrick Allen, director of the Oregon Health Authority, sent a letter to the Trump administration seeking clarification on the federal government’s vaccine inventory. Tim Walz, a Democrat, accused federal health officials of “lying” about the existence of a federal stockpile. Still, some public health experts said they struggled to see any part of the vaccine supply chain that was working well.
Persons: Phil Murphy, Covid, ” Murphy, ” Alex Azar, Albert Bourla, Azar, Trump, , Kate Brown, , Tom Frieden, Frieden, Azar’s, Patrick Allen, it’d, JJky0NcbPi —, Jay Inslee, Andrew Cuomo, Tim Walz, Joe Biden, General Xavier Becerra, Dr, Marcus Plescia, hadn’t, BioNTech, Bruce Y, Lee, Barack Obama, Biden, who’ve, they’ve Organizations: New, New Jersey Gov, Pfizer, CNBC, Trump, Trump Administration, , ” Oregon Gov, Twitter, Centers for Disease Control, Oregon Health Authority, The Washington Post, Oregon and, Minnesota Gov, Association of State, Territorial Health, BioNTech, Moderna, City University of New, CDC Locations: New Jersey, U.S, ” Oregon, Covid, States, . Oregon, Oregon, Oregon and New Jersey, New York, California, City University of New York
And some of the most populous states are still slow to release data online. California has yet to release daily vaccination data online. Los Angeles County is reporting data though, as is New York City, which published vaccination data online before the state did. Even so, the CDC has not yet released data on race, age or home locations within states. ET): An earlier version of the chart in this article incorrectly stated that Arizona does not have a Covid-19 vaccine data dashboard.
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Scattered U.S. vaccine shortages halt some COVID-19 inoculations
  + stars: | 2021-01-15 | by ( Peter Szekely | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
FILE PHOTO: A medical worker prepares to administer the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at a drive-through COVID-19 vaccination site at the Strawberry Festival Fairgrounds in Plant City, Florida, U.S. January 13, 2021. “We’ve been getting resupply right now at a very paltry level of about 100,000 doses a week,” de Blasio said on WNYC radio. At least one New York City healthcare system canceled vaccination appointments and another suspended new ones. A Mount Sinai Hospital spokeswoman said “sudden changes in vaccine supply” forced it to cancel appointments through next Tuesday. According to the CDC, however, New York state has administered only about 757,000 doses of the 1.9 million it has received.
Persons: Octavio Jones, Bill de Blasio, We’ve, ” de Blasio, ” De Blasio, , Biden, Kate Malenczak, Andrew Cuomo, ” Cuomo, Cuomo, Kate Brown, Trump, ” Brown, , BioNTech, Alex Azar Organizations: YORK, Pfizer, BioNTech, Strawberry Festival, REUTERS, Centers for Disease Control, WNYC, Mount Sinai, NYU Langone Health, Reuters, . New, Twitter, The Washington Post, Pfizer Inc, Moderna Inc, Post, Human Services Locations: U.S, COVID, Plant City , Florida, New York, New York City, . New York, , Oregon, The
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