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Norway minority government secures backing for 2021 budget
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.90   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg and Minister for Development Aid Dag Inge Ulstein participate in a digital meeting with international leaders about a fair global distribution of coronary vaccines, at the Prime Minister's office in Oslo, Norway September 10, 2020. Hakon Mosvold Larsen/NTB Scanpix/via REUTERSOSLO (Reuters) - Norway’s minority government has won backing in parliament for a fiscal spending plan for 2021, the ruling Conservative party said in a statement on Tuesday. The centre-right cabinet of Prime Minister Erna Solberg negotiated the agreement with the right-wing opposition Progress Party. Progress Partly leader Siv Jensen confirmed the deal, which raises overall spending and cuts taxes by a combined 14.6 billion Norwegian crowns ($1.66 billion) compared to the government’s original proposal. The government and Progress had already agreed a separate package of extraordinary spending to account for costs related to the most recent shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Persons: Erna Solberg, Development Aid Dag Inge Ulstein, Hakon Mosvold Larsen, NTB, Siv Jensen Organizations: Development Aid, REUTERS, Conservative, Party, Progress Locations: Oslo, Norway, REUTERS OSLO
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged lawmakers to support his new system of regional coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday, arguing in the face of criticism from his party that the system was needed to keep the virus under control. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson waves as he leaves Downing Street, in London, Britain December 1, 2020. “With the spread of the epidemic varying across the country, there remains a compelling ... case for regional tiers in England,” Johnson told parliament, batting away criticism from several unhappy lawmakers. Travelling to or from top tier regions is not allowed and mixing indoors with other households is banned in the top two tiers. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland all implement their own restrictions set by their devolved governments.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Downing, Henry Nicholls, ” Johnson, let’s, Johnson, , Dominic Cummings Organizations: British, Britain's, REUTERS, Johnson’s Conservative Party, Labour Party, DOS Locations: London, Britain, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
Founders Fund general partner Keith Rabois is a political conservative and self-proclaimed contrarian. Rabois cited one of his latest finds, homeschooling startup Primer, as an example as well as controversial drone startup Anduril Industries. In fact, he says those two questions are also asked by every Founders Fund investor before making an investment. For example, his conservative viewpoint led him to back homeschooling startup Primer, whose seed round Rabois led through Founders Fund this year. Unicorn investor Keith Rabois says tech talent is fleeing Silicon Valley and successful startups will now be built elsewhere
Persons: Keith Rabois, contrarian, Rabois, President Trump, Palmer Luckey, San Francisco don't, Anduril Organizations: Fund, Industries, Founders Fund, Business, COVID, New York Times, San, San Francisco Bay Area, Democratic, aha, US Customs, US Air Force, Trump, US Defense Department Locations: Miami, America, San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, Airbnb, Silicon Valley
An article circulating on social media claims that President Barack Obama was arrested on Nov. 28 for espionage. Former U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a drive-in campaign rally on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden in Miami, Florida, U.S., November 2, 2020. This fabricated article copied segments of a press release from the Department of Justice on the arrest of a former CIA official, not President Obama. President Barack Obama was not arrested. This fabricated article copied segments of a press release from the Department of Justice on the arrest of a former CIA official.
Persons: Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Marco Bello, “ Barack Obama, National Security John C, Demers, Hawaii Kenji, Alexander Yuk Ching, Obama, , , Price, Alan E, Kohler, Eli Miranda, George Soros, Read Organizations: U.S . Department of Justice, CIA, Former U.S, Democratic, REUTERS, Conservative, National Security, Attorney, District, DOJ, Central Intelligence Agency, U.S, FBI’s Counterintelligence, Honolulu, Department of Justice, Reuters Locations: Miami , Florida, U.S, Canadian, People’s Republic of China, Hawaii
The challengers to Trump’s July directive include various states led by New York, cities, counties and immigrant rights groups. House districts are based on a state’s population count in the decennial national census. If California loses House districts, that likely would mean Democrats lose House seats, benefiting Republicans. Federal courts in California and Maryland have reached the same conclusion in other cases though one court in Washington ruled for Trump. Critics said the question was intended to frighten immigrants from taking part in the population count and artificially reduce population numbers in heavily Democratic areas, also to benefit Republicans.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, teleconference, Joe Biden, , , Critics, John Roberts, Amy Coney Barrett, Roberts Organizations: WASHINGTON, Supreme, Trump, Democratic, Republican, U.S . House, Representatives, Constitution, Electoral College, Census, Conservative Locations: New York, California, Texas, New Jersey, U.S, Democratic California, United States, Maryland, Washington, New
The challengers to Trump’s July directive include various states led by New York, cities, counties and immigrant rights groups. House districts are based on a state’s population count in the decennial national census. If California loses House districts, that likely would mean Democrats lose House seats, benefiting Republicans. The number of House seats for each state also determines how many votes that state gets in the Electoral College, the system used to determine the winner of presidential elections. The Supreme Court last year ruled 5-4 against Trump’s effort to add a citizenship question to the census.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Trump, teleconference, Joe Biden, Letitia James, , Critics, John Roberts, Amy Coney Barrett, Roberts Organizations: WASHINGTON, Supreme, Democratic, Republican, U.S . House, Representatives, Constitution, New York, Trump, Electoral College, Conservative Locations: New York, California, Texas, New Jersey, U.S, Democratic California, United States, Maryland, Washington, New
FILE PHOTO: A general view of the U.S. Supreme Court building at sunset in Washington, U.S. November 10, 2020. House districts are based on a state’s population count in the decennial national census. If California loses House districts, that likely would mean Democrats lose House seats, benefiting Republicans. Trump’s administration would base its numbers on data gathered elsewhere, though it has not explained the methods being used. The Supreme Court last year ruled 5-4 against Trump’s effort to add a citizenship question to the census.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Erin Scott, Trump, teleconference, Joe Biden, Samuel Alito, Jeffrey Wall, ” “, ” Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, Wall, ” Barrett, , , John Roberts, Sonia Sotomayor, Critics Organizations: WASHINGTON, Supreme, U.S, REUTERS, Democratic, Republican, U.S . House, Representatives, Constitution, Conservative, Trump, Electoral College Locations: Washington , U.S, New York, California, Texas, New Jersey, U.S, Democratic California, United States, Maryland, Washington
The number of House districts in the 50 states is based on a state’s population count in the decennial national census, which was conducted this year. The justices were expected to decide the case on a expedited basis, with a ruling before the end of the year. There are an estimated 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. The challengers have argued that Trump’s policy violates both the Constitution and the Census Act, a federal law that outlines how the census is conducted. Wall told the justices that it is “very unlikely” the administration will amass data to exclude all immigrants in the country illegally.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Erin Scott, Jeffrey Wall, Democrat Joe Biden, John Roberts, Amy Coney Barrett, ” Barrett, Wall, Barrett, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Samuel Alito, ” “, ” Alito Organizations: WASHINGTON, Conservative U.S, Supreme, U.S, REUTERS, American Civil Liberties Union, Republicans, Trump, Democrat, Conservative Locations: United States, Washington , U.S, New York, Democratic California, U.S, , California, Texas, New Jersey
England's COVID-19 infections down 30% during national lockdown: survey
  + stars: | 2020-11-30 | by ( William James | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
LONDON (Reuters) - COVID-19 infections have fallen by 30% during England’s month-long national lockdown and the virus is now in retreat, a large-scale study of more than 100,000 volunteers showed on Monday. FILE PHOTO: An almost empty check-in area is seen at Gatwick Airport, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Crawley, Britain, November 27, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls/File PhotoEngland began its second national lockdown on Nov. 5 to curb rapidly rising infections and protect its health system. The last iteration of the research, carried out between Oct. 16 and Nov. 2, showed 130 infections per 10,000 people. The reproductive number of the virus was estimated at 0.88, reinforcing data released on Friday which showed infection numbers were shrinking by between 0% and 2% every day.
Persons: Peter Nicholls, Ipsos MORI, Boris Johnson, Johnson Organizations: Gatwick Airport, REUTERS, England, Imperial College London, Labour Party, Johnson’s Conservative Party Locations: Crawley, Britain, England
REUTERS/Carlos BarriaThe challengers to Trump’s July directive include various states led by New York, cities, counties and immigrant rights groups. The court, which has a 6-3 conservative majority including three justices appointed by Trump, is scheduled to hear an 80-minute oral argument by teleconference. The challengers argued that Trump is prohibited by the Constitution’s text from excluding illegal immigrants from the population count. The Supreme Court last year ruled 5-4 against Trump’s effort to add a citizenship question to the census. Trump’s administration would base its numbers on data gathered elsewhere.
Persons: Donald Trump’s, Donald Trump's, Carlos Barria, teleconference, Trump, Joe Biden, Trump’s, , Dale Ho, Ho, , Jeff Wall, Biden, Critics, John Roberts, Amy Coney Barrett, Roberts, ” Thomas Wolf, University’s, ” Wolf, Ilya Somin, George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia, ” Somin Organizations: WASHINGTON, House, U.S, Supreme, REUTERS, Republican, Trump, Democratic, U.S . Constitution, American Civil Liberties Union, Conservative, Electoral College, Census, Center for Justice, School Locations: New York, Washington , U.S, California, Texas, New Jersey, U.S ., Democratic California, United States, New, Maryland, Washington, U.S, Virginia
Boris Johnson's UK government must stop outsourcing contracts to friends of the Conservative party, writes the Labour Party's shadow minister Helen Hayes. Firms with "decades of experience" have written to the Labour Party asking why they have been overlooked for PPE contracts, Hayes said. Johnson's government has been accused of a lack of transparency and cronyism over contracts awarded to supply PPE, tests, and other services during the pandemic. Because the truth is that it is only helping a handful of companies, many with strong links to the Tory Party, to the tune of £1.5 billion at the last count. Make no bones about it — Labour believes this government should seriously rethink its approach on outsourcing.
Persons: Boris Johnson's, Helen Hayes, Hayes, cronyism, Matt Hancock Organizations: Conservative, Labour, Labour Party, Business, National Audit, Tory Party, Tory Locations: Britain
The 2020 election shattered voter turnout records, with massive numbers of Americans voting for both Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Trump helped to both turn out rural voters for the GOP and suburban voters for Democrats. Contrary to popular consensus before 2020, a turnout surge did not accrue overwhelmingly to Democrats. But Republicans also enjoyed major gains in turnout in rural areas, which helped to keep Trump competitive even as Democrats swung suburbs. That strategy worked in 2020, but if Trump is not on the ballot again, Democrats cannot assume that their gains will be repeated.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, George Pearkes, Jim Crow, Biden, Matthew McConaughey, Sen, Bernie Sanders Organizations: Republicans, GOP, Democrats, Investment, Black, Electoral College, Trump, Conservative, Dems Locations: United States, Colorado, California, Texas, Trump, Atlanta, America
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush had a Twitter feud with Room Rater, a profile that judges on-camera interiors, accusing it of being a "hyper partisan" gimmick. "Are you a room rater or a hyper partisan person that is the problem? Most days, Room Rater will post a screenshot of a correspondent or other news guest, saying something like "Love solid wall colors. Room Rater said Fetterman's room looked like a hostage situation. Throughout the week, Twitter users prodded Bush about his stance on Room Rater.
Persons: Jeb Bush, Bush, Donald Trump, Joe Scarborough, Scarborough, It's, Jessie Bahrey, Claude Taylor, Politico's Meridith McGraw, Charlie Dent, Rand Paul, George F, Will, John Fetterman, Rater Organizations: Florida, Twitter, Former, Parler, Communications, Facebook, Washington, CNN, Republican, Democrat Locations: Former Florida, Pennsylvania
FILE PHOTO: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson attends a news conference on the ongoing situation with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Downing Street, in London, Britain November 26, 2020. Jamie Lorriman/Pool via REUTERS(Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the country's new tiered system of COVID-19 restrictions "have a sunset of 3 February," the Sky News reported here on Saturday, citing his letter to MPs of his Conservative Party. Johnson insisted the tiered measures for local areas would be reviewed every fortnight, the report added.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Jamie Lorriman, Johnson Organizations: Britain's, REUTERS, Reuters, British, Sky News, Conservative Party Locations: London, Britain
England's hospitals could be overwhelmed without new tier system - minister
  + stars: | 2020-11-28 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Slideshow ( 2 images )LONDON (Reuters) - Hospitals in England risk being overwhelmed if lawmakers do not support the government’s new plan for restrictions, Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove said on Saturday. More than 20 million people across large swathes of England will be forced to live under the toughest category of COVID-19 restrictions when a national lockdown ends on Dec. 2. But a growing number of lawmakers in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative party have voiced opposition to the tiered restrictions plan. Defending the government’s plans in an article in The Times newspaper, Gove said “difficult decisions” were necessary to confront the crisis. “These new tiers, alongside the wider deployment of mass testing, have the capacity to prevent our NHS being overwhelmed until vaccines arrive,” Gove said.
Persons: Michael Gove, Boris Johnson’s, Gove, , ” Gove Organizations: Lawmakers, Boris Johnson’s Conservative, The Times, National Health Service Locations: England
LONDON (Reuters) - England needs tough restrictions after its current lockdown ends if hospitals are not to become overwhelmed, a senior minister said Saturday, as the government prepares for a mass vaccine roll-out. But despite progress with the vaccine, Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove said tough measures were still necessary to fight the disease after the current national lockdown ends on Dec. 2. Writing in The Times, Gove warned that without further restrictions on most of England’s population hospitals would be overwhelmed. More than 20 million people across large swathes of England will be forced to live under the toughest tier of cornavirus restrictions. “These new tiers, alongside the wider deployment of mass testing, have the capacity to prevent our NHS being overwhelmed until vaccines arrive,” said Gove.
Persons: Lancaster Michael Gove, Toby Melville, Boris Johnson, Nadhim, Michael Gove, Gove, L1N2IE07A, Organizations: Foreign and Commonwealth Office, REUTERS, Financial Times, Pfizer, The Times, Johnson’s Conservative, Police, National Health Service Locations: England, Duchy, London, Britain
WASHINGTON—President-elect Joe Biden in January will begin an effort to recalibrate the federal judiciary with more liberal appointees who embrace a robust judicial role in addressing national problems and protecting an evolving spectrum of individual rights, a shift from the conservative appointees under President Trump. “Joe Biden thinks the law should be interested in protecting the little person,” said Cynthia Hogan, who served as Mr. Biden’s counsel when he was vice president and on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Persons: Joe Biden, Trump, “ Joe Biden, , Cynthia Hogan, Organizations: WASHINGTON
Breakingviews - Cox: Swiss firms get too global for local britches
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( Rob Cox | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
A small banner reading: "Responsible Business Initiative - Yes on November 29" is fixed to the frame of a bicycle in Zurich, Switzerland November 23, 2020. The Swiss campaign is attempting to go well beyond sloganeering or the bromidic language of investment according to environmental, social and governance criteria. A referendum on Sunday may have far-reaching consequences for Swiss businesses, hamstringing private enterprise’s ability to operate internationally. That it originates in one of the world’s richest nations bears consideration from global companies, investors and policymakers. The ballot, which seems likely to pass, would allow individuals, non-governmental organizations and other aggrieved parties to sue Swiss multinationals for damages in domestic courts.
Persons: , , Andreas Missbach, Ivan Glasenberg, Paul Bulcke, Erich Herzog, ” Herzog Organizations: YORK, Reuters, Swiss, ABB, Zurich Insurance, Novartis, Swiss National Bank, Federal Office, Statistics, Credit Suisse Research, Swiss Broadcasting Corporation, UNICEF, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, country’s Social Democratic, Green, Conservative Democratic, Roche Locations: Switzerland, Zurich, Swiss, Bern, Venezuela, Syria, Zimbabwe, Economiesuisse
ET Covid-19 Live Updates: Europe Begins to Ease Lockdowns Before the Holidays France, parts of Britain and other nations are relaxing virus restrictions. And public health experts worried that even with the daily death toll already soaring, the nation could expect harder days to come. The military has worked behind the scenes to bring a virus vaccine to the public. Public health experts said the state’s success was proof that when the public adhered to strict regulations, the virus could successfully be eliminated. A closed cafe in London this month on the first day of England’s lockdown restrictions.
Persons: Dmitry Kostyukov, Ursula von der Leyen, Emmanuel Macron, ” Mr, Macron, Michael Osterholm, pandemics Joshua Lederberg, Darwin, Lederberg, , won’t, David A, Kennedy, Andrew F, Dr, Read, — James Gorman, Trump’s, Eric Gay, Trump, Paul Ostrowski, Ntb, Christopher Anderson, , Cameron Papp, Daniel Pockett, ” Daniel Andrews, Andrews, ” Miki Perkins, Richard Denniss, Andrew Testa, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Graham Brady, Mr, Brady, Organizations: The New York Times, Infectious Disease, University of Minnesota, CNN, The Rockefeller University, The Pennsylvania State University, PLoS Biology, National Guard, Texas Division, Press, Defense Department, Centers for Disease Control, Reuters, Cornell, Black, TourRadar, Victoria, Victorians, , Twitter, Mr, Conservative, BBC Locations: France, Britain, U.S, Australian, Europe, Paris, lockdowns, Spain, Brussels, Germany, England, United States, Pasteur, San Antonio, Trondheim, Norway, Cornell University’s, Melbourne, Australia, Victoria, London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham
Johnson picks new chief of staff to lead post-Cummings 'reset'
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( William James | ) www.reuters.com + 0.99   time to read: +2 min
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson appointed Dan Rosenfield, a business consultant and former treasury official, as his new chief of staff on Thursday as he tries to restore trust in his leadership. Johnson is reshaping his senior team of advisers following the departure of Dominic Cummings earlier this month. The chief of staff is traditionally the most powerful political appointment in the prime minister’s office. Though exact responsibilities vary according the leaders’ preference, the job involves providing strategic and political advice to help the prime minister take decisions. Rosenfield will begin work on Dec. 7 and officially take up the Chief of Staff role on Jan. 1, Downing Street said.
Persons: Boris Johnson, Dan Rosenfield, Johnson, Dominic Cummings, Cummings, Rosenfield, Hakluyt, Alistair Darling, George Osborne, “ Dan, , Rupert Harrison, Osborne Organizations: British, Bank of America, Blackrock, Conservative Party, Downing
LONDON (Reuters) - More than 20 million people across large swathes of England will be forced to live under the toughest category of COVID-19 restrictions when a national lockdown ends on Dec. 2, while London was placed in the “high alert” second-toughest tier. FILE PHOTO: A woman walks past a boarded up London shop, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Oxford Street, in London, Britain, October 14, 2020. “Hope is on the horizon but we still have further to go so we must all dig deep. Britain has Europe’s highest official death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic and has been hit hard by a second wave. The government’s response on lockdown rules, procurement and testing has been criticised as disjointed, expensive and slow.
Persons: Hannah McKay, Matt Hancock, Hope, ” Hancock, Hancock, , Catherine McGuinness, Greater Manchester Andy Burnham Organizations: Oxford, REUTERS, London, of London Corporation, Conservative Party, Conservative, Twitter Locations: England, London, Britain, Manchester, Kent, , Greater Manchester, Isle of Wight, Cornwall, Scilly
U.S. Supreme Court backs religious groups over New York virus curbs
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Lawrence Hurley | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.92   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: A general view of the U.S. Supreme Court building at sunset in Washington, U.S. November 10, 2020. REUTERS/Erin ScottWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court late on Wednesday backed Christian and Jewish houses of worship challenging New York state’s latest restrictions in novel coronavirus hot spots. The court on a 5-4 vote granted requests made by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish congregations. The Orthodox congregations Agudath Israel of Kew Garden Hills and Agudath Israel of Madison, as well as nationwide Orthodox Jewish group Agudath Israel of America. A federal judge in Brooklyn rejected separate requests made by the religious groups on Oct. 9.
Persons: Erin Scott WASHINGTON, Donald Trump’s, Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, Andrew Cuomo, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Roberts Organizations: U.S, Supreme, REUTERS, Wednesday, Christian, New York, Roman Catholic Diocese of, Conservative, Kew Garden, Circuit Locations: Washington , U.S, New, Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, Israel, Kew, Madison, America, New York, Nevada and California
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday dismissed as “irrelevant” a U.S. Supreme Court decision blocking coronavirus restrictions imposed on religious gatherings, saying it related to specific areas that were no longer considered at high risk. “It’s irrelevant from any practical impact because the zone that they were talking about has already been moot,” the governor said. Circuit Court of Appeals, is not final and did not appear to affect New York state’s rules for mass gatherings. A federal judge in Brooklyn rejected separate requests made by the religious groups on Oct. 9. In two previous cases this year, the court, in 5-4 votes, turned away similar requests by churches in Nevada and California.
Persons: Andrew Cuomo, Donald Trump’s, Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, , ” Trump, Cuomo, , Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Roberts Organizations: WASHINGTON, Supreme, Roman Catholic Diocese of, Conservative, Democrat, U.S, Circuit, Kew Garden, New Locations: New York, U.S, Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, Brooklyn . New York, Israel, Kew, Madison, America, Brooklyn, New York City, Nevada and California
Parler CEO John Matze confirmed to Business Insider that an email vendor for the social network exposed user data, but denied any user data was affected. On Tuesday, Twitter was abuzz with rumors of a hack of the social media platform Parler, favored by conservatives and allies of President Donald Trump. But in the midst of the rumors, an actual breach of Parler users' data did occur, when a third-party vendor's misconfigured cloud server was exploited by hackers, who say they grabbed significant user data. Cottle tweeted of the real hacked data that "In total, there is approximately 6.3GB of user data from Parler in CSV format. He also gave a different account from Matze about Parler users' data being accessed.
Persons: , Donald Trump, John Matze, Twitter, Parler, Aubrey Cottle, Cottle, John Jackson, Matze, Larry Ward, Ward, OLIVIER DOULIERY, Chris Vickery Organizations: Twitter, Washington, Business, Fox News, Political Media, Political, AFP, Amazon, AWS, The Washington Examiner, Washington Examiner, Parler's Locations: Washington
ET Covid-19 Live Updates: Americans Gather for Thanksgiving at a Moment of National Peril The shadow of the pandemic hangs over the holiday, as President-elect Joe Biden urges the U.S. to “hang on.” The Supreme Court blocked coronavirus restrictions on religious services in New York. Credit... Tom Lynn for The New York Times Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday with the pandemic at perhaps its most precarious point yet. Coronavirus cases in the United States have reached record highs, with an average of more than 176,000 a day over the past week. I understand.” —Advertisement Continue reading the main storyMarching on, Macy’s and NBC prepare a one-block Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York. To control the spread of the coronavirus, state rules limit attendance at the stadium to half its capacity of more than 100,000, and no game has approached that limit.
Persons: Joe Biden, , Tom Lynn, Theresa Cullen, coronavirus, Joseph R, Biden, it’s, We’ve, that’s, we’ve, Beau, we’ll, Anna Moneymaker, Mr, Susan Tercero, Andrew Testa, Matt Hancock, Boris Johnson’s, James Estrin, Philip D, Murphy, , Andrew M, Cuomo, — Merkel, Lena Mucha, Angela Merkel of, , Merkel, Ms, Ronald Martinez, Jerry Jones, ” Mr, Jones, we’re, Jones’s Organizations: U.S, Midwest . Credit, The New York Times, Health, UW Health, Unity, . Credit, NBC, Puerto Rican, Sixth, London, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party, Fanwood, New York Times, Democrat, New Jersey Department of Education, Gov, The New York, Dallas Cowboys, T, Washington Football Team, ., Pittsburgh Steelers, Cowboys, Dallas, Baltimore Ravens, Ravens Locations: New York, Milwaukee, Midwest, United States, Delaware , Ohio, Maine, Arizona, New Mexico, Los Angeles County, Calif, Pima County, Ariz, Tucson, Illinois, Indiana , Ohio, Wisconsin, “ Wisconsin, New York City, — London, London, England, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Leicester, Newcastle, Hull, Northern England, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Berlin, Germany, Texas, Arlington , Texas, Tarrant County, , California
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