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Kuwaitis go to polls as economy poses challenge for new emir
  + stars: | 2020-12-05 | by ( Ahmed Hagagy | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
KUWAIT (Reuters) - Kuwaitis vote in legislative polls on Saturday as the Gulf state faces its worst economic crisis in decades, posing a challenge for the government’s often stormy relationship with parliament, that has hampered fiscal reform. FILE PHOTO: A worker cleans desks at a polling station ahead of parliamentary elections in Abdullah Salem, Kuwait December 3, 2020. “Kuwaiti opposition who boycotted (previous) polls are moving to run and vote, and this could strengthen their presence,” said Kuwaiti political analyst Mohamad al-Dosayri. Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-Sabah took the reins as emir in September following the death of his brother. Kuwaiti opposition figures have proposed electoral reforms and a pardon for dissidents, many in self-exile, to the new emir.
Persons: Stephanie McGehee, , , Mohamad al, Sheikh Nawaf al, Ahmad al, Hamad, Sheikh Nawaf, Sheikh, Sheikh Sabah al, Ahmad Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Kuwaiti Locations: KUWAIT, Abdullah Salem, Kuwait, Sabah, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Sheikh Sabah, Kuwaiti
The medical license of an Oregon doctor who refused to wear a face mask despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been revoked weeks after a video surfaced of him dismissing Covid-19 as a "common cold." Less than a month later, on Dec. 3, the Oregon Medical Board issued an emergency suspension after finding that LaTulippe "engaged in unprofessional conduct or dishonorable conduct," online records show. The medical board also found that LaTulippe and his staff refused to wear masks in the clinic and urged patients to remove their own masks. Medical board investigators who visited LaTulippe said there were no screening procedures upon entering the premises and no hand sanitizer was available in the waiting area. The suspension prevents LaTulippe, who was licensed in 2000, from practicing medicine anywhere in Oregon.
Persons: Covid, Steven LaTulippe, Donald Trump, LaTulippe, I'm Organizations: Capitol, YouTube, Multnomah County Republicans, Oregon Medical, NBC, Disease Control Locations: Oregon, Salem, one's
Strained health care workers plead for Americans to wear masks
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
1 cause of death in the United States of America this week." The United States recorded 2,802 virus-related deaths Thursday and 279,224 since the pandemic began, according to an NBC News tally. Share this -CDC emphasizes 'universal mask use' — even indoors The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday emphasized that Americans should wear masks everywhere and anywhere — even indoors. The advice came in a "Summary of Guidance" that addresses how the United States can fight back against a deadly December spike in Covid-19 cases. China's claim to progress comes as the United States braces for distribution challenges.
Persons: Covid, Steven LaTulippe, Donald Trump, Benjamin Haynes, We’ve, Puerto Rico —, Adrien Williams, Brenda Quijano, Williams, burdening, Yang Zhanqiu, Tao Lina, Johnson, Alex Gorsky, Alex Azar, Betsy DeVos, Jan, ” DeVos Organizations: Capitol, Oregon Medical, University of Washington, Institute for Health Metrics, Washington, United, NBC, CDC, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, National Guard, Puerto Rico’s Department of Justice, Puerto Ricans, Wuhan University, China's Global Times, Health, Human Services, Federal Locations: Oregon, Salem, United States, America, Puerto Rico, U.S, Puerto Rico’s, Lake Elsinore , California, South Carolina, China, Covid, Shanghai
Oregon doctor's license revoked over refusal to wear mask
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
SEE NEW POSTSOregon doctor's license revoked over refusal to wear mask The medical license of an Oregon doctor who refused to wear a face mask despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been revoked weeks after a video surfaced of him dismissing Covid-19 as a "common cold." 1 cause of death in the United States of America this week." The United States recorded 2,802 virus-related deaths Thursday and 279,224 since the pandemic began, according to an NBC News tally. The advice came in a "Summary of Guidance" that addresses how the United States can fight back against a deadly December spike in Covid-19 cases. China's claim to progress comes as the United States braces for distribution challenges.
Persons: Covid, Steven LaTulippe, Donald Trump, Benjamin Haynes, We’ve, Puerto Rico —, Adrien Williams, Brenda Quijano, Williams, burdening, Yang Zhanqiu, Tao Lina, Johnson, Alex Gorsky, Alex Azar, Betsy DeVos, Jan, ” DeVos, Contra Costa, Gavin Newsom, San Francisco Mayor London Breed Organizations: Capitol, Oregon Medical, University of Washington, Institute for Health Metrics, Washington, United, NBC, CDC, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, National Guard, Puerto Rico’s Department of Justice, Puerto Ricans, Wuhan University, China's Global Times, Health, Human Services, Federal, Bay, Gov, San Francisco Mayor Locations: Oregon, Salem, United States, America, Puerto Rico, U.S, Puerto Rico’s, Lake Elsinore , California, South Carolina, China, Covid, Shanghai, California's Bay, Alameda, Contra, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Berkeley, Alameda County
Christmas tree delivery services see a boost
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Shepherd was introduced as and talked about being a Wyoming Department of Health employee in the hour-plus presentation in Loveland, Colorado. 1 cause of death in the United States of America this week." The United States recorded 2,802 virus-related deaths Thursday and 279,224 since the pandemic began, according to an NBC News tally. The advice came in a "Summary of Guidance" that addresses how the United States can fight back against a deadly December spike in Covid-19 cases. China's claim to progress comes as the United States braces for distribution challenges.
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'So-called pandemic' a communist plot, Wyoming health official says
  + stars: | 2020-12-04 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
SEE NEW POSTS'So-called pandemic' a communist plot, Wyoming health official says CASPER, Wyo. Shepherd was introduced as and talked about being a Wyoming Department of Health employee in the hour-plus presentation in Loveland, Colorado. 1 cause of death in the United States of America this week." The United States recorded 2,802 virus-related deaths Thursday and 279,224 since the pandemic began, according to an NBC News tally. China's claim to progress comes as the United States braces for distribution challenges.
Persons: CASPER, Igor Shepherd, Shepherd, Covid, Steven LaTulippe, Donald Trump, Benjamin Haynes, We’ve, Puerto Rico —, Adrien Williams, Brenda Quijano, Williams, burdening, Yang Zhanqiu, Tao Lina, Johnson, Alex Gorsky, Alex Azar Organizations: Wyoming Department of Health, Colorado Free, Oregon doctor's, Capitol, Oregon Medical, University of Washington, Institute for Health Metrics, Washington, United, NBC, CDC, U.S . Centers for Disease Control, National Guard, Puerto Rico’s Department of Justice, Puerto Ricans, Wuhan University, China's Global Times, Health, Human Services Locations: Wyoming, Wyo, , Russia, China, Loveland , Colorado, Oregon, Salem, United States, America, Puerto Rico, U.S, Puerto Rico’s, Lake Elsinore , California, South Carolina, Covid, Shanghai
Ethiopia's war still churns, but relief aid coming
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
One aid worker in touch with Tigray told Reuters that fighting continued to the north, south and west of the highland city of 500,000 people. WAR CHILDEthiopia’s government and the TPLF have both accused each other of targeting civilians - and both denied that. Food stocks are nearly empty for 96,000 Eritrean refugees in Tigray, aid agencies say, while medics in Mekelle are short of painkillers, gloves and bodybags. “Aid is needed now as there’s an acute shortage of food, medicine and other relief,” tweeted Norwegian Refugee Council head Jan Egeland, saying relief convoys were ready to go. The TPLF accuses their ex-military comrade and government coalition partner of trying to increase his personal power over Ethiopia’s 10 regions.
Persons: Baz Ratner, Abiy Ahmed, Abraham, , Hamdayet, , Atikilti Salem, Jan Egeland, Mulu Nega Organizations: ADDIS ABABA, Reuters, REUTERS, Diplomats, United Nations, Norwegian Refugee Council, Marxist Locations: ADDIS, HAMDAYET, Sudan, Ethiopia, Tigray, Mekelle, Tigrayan, Humera, Sudanese, Africa
Aid coming to north Ethiopia, refugees recount war suffering
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
FILE PHOTO: Ethiopian refugees sit on bags of food aid at the Village 8 refugees transit camp, which houses Ethiopian refugees fleeing the fighting in the Tigray region, near the Sudan-Ethiopia border, Sudan, December 2, 2020. “The war is a people’s war and will not end easily,” its spokesman Gebre Gebretsadkan said on Tigray TV, adding that fighting had continued round Mekelle. One aid worker in touch with Tigray said clashes had been taking place to the north, south and west of the city. Claims from all sides have been hard to verify while access to Tigray region was blocked and communications largely down, though internet and phone services were returning this week. Food stocks are nearly empty for 96,000 Eritrean refugees in Tigray, aid agencies say, while medics in Mekelle are short of painkillers, gloves and bodybags.
Persons: Baz Ratner, Abiy Ahmed, Gebre Gebretsadkan, Abraham, , Hamdayet, , Atikilti Salem, Jan Egeland, Mulu Nega Organizations: ADDIS ABABA, Reuters, REUTERS, Ethiopian, United Nations, Norwegian Refugee Council, Humera, Marxist Locations: ADDIS, HAMDAYET, Sudan, Ethiopia, Tigray, Mekelle, Humera, Sudanese, Eritrea, Africa
Christmas tree sales are telling a holly, jolly economic story
  + stars: | 2020-12-03 | by ( Jeff Cox | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.94   time to read: +2 min
John Williams, left, and his dad Terry, right, both of Salem, carry a large Christmas Tree out of the field together at Tucker Tree Farm in Salem, Oregon, November 29, 2020. "The Christmas spirit is a big force this time of year, and people know that the more they put into it, the more they get out of it." Christmas trees are helping paint a bit more optimistic narrative. "People are staying at home and getting a really big tree," Evercore analyst Ed Hyman said in a note. Indeed, each year Americans will buy between 25 million and 30 million real Christmas trees along with another 10 million to 20 million artificial ones, according to Statista.
Persons: John Williams, Terry, Alisha Jucevic, Doug Hundley, There's, Ed Hyman Organizations: Reuters, Tree Association, Evercore ISI Locations: Salem, Tucker Tree, Salem , Oregon
An Oregon doctor said in a recently surfaced video that the staff at his clinic have not worn face masks during the coronavirus pandemic and dismissed Covid-19 as a "common cold." LaTulippe owns South View Medical Arts in Dallas, Oregon, and said he has treated nearly 80 Covid-19 patients. Prior to him taking the microphone, he was introduced as a doctor who was going to talk about the "myths of Covid." He also called the virus that has killed more than 271,000 people in the United States "a common cold virus." The Oregon Medical Board said it could not comment on specific cases, but said in a statement Wednesday that noncompliance with executive orders and state guidelines may result in disciplinary action.
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A gloomy Christmas in store for Gaza handicraft workshop
  + stars: | 2020-12-02 | by ( Nidal Al-Mughrabi | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
GAZA (Reuters) - It’s not going to be a very merry Christmas this year for a handicraft workshop in Islamist-run Gaza that has been an unlikely source of gifts for the holiday. A Palestinian woman wearing face veil, niqab, works on a Christmas-themed doll in a handicraft workshop, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in the northern Gaza Strip December 1, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed SalemCoronavirus lockdowns have made it difficult for the Zeina Cooperative Association to export its hand-crafted Christmas gifts from Gaza to Europe and to the Palestinian town of Bethlehem in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. “We have tried to make changes to some of our products to adjust to the current situation we are living amid the coronavirus (outbreak),” she added. Some 1,000 Christians, mostly Greek Orthodox who celebrate Christmas in January, live in Gaza, which is run by the Islamist Hamas movement.
Persons: It’s, Mohammed Salem Coronavirus, Claus, , Haneen Alsammak, Laila Tayeh Organizations: REUTERS, Zeina Cooperative Association, West Bank Locations: GAZA, Gaza, Europe, Bethlehem
Hamas Gaza chief tests positive for COVID-19, spokesman says
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: Gaza's Hamas Chief Yehya Al-Sinwar talks to media before meeting with Chairman of the Palestinian Central Election Committee Hana Naser, in Gaza City October 28, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem/File PhotoGAZA (Reuters) - Hamas’s Gaza leader, Yehya Al-Sinwar, has tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesman for the Islamist militant group, which runs the Palestinian territory, said on Tuesday. Sinwar, 58, is “following the advice of health authorities and taking precautionary measures”, spokesman Hazem Qassem said, without disclosing whether the Hamas chief was in quarantine. Sinwar, a former head of Hamas’s security apparatus, became the movement’s Gaza leader in 2017, six years after he was freed in a prisoner swap with Israel after more than 20 years in jail. Gaza has logged nearly 21,000 coronavirus cases and 111 deaths, mostly since August, amid concern of a wider outbreak in the densely populated enclave of 2 million people.
Persons: Yehya Al, Sinwar, Hana Naser, Mohammed Salem, Hazem Qassem, ” Qassem Organizations: Palestinian, REUTERS, Gaza, Israel Locations: Gaza City, GAZA, Sinwar, Gaza
An Oregon nurse who bragged on TikTok about not wearing a mask outside of her job, prompting backlash on the platform, has been placed on administrative leave, according to her employer. This individual does not speak for Salem Health and has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation," Salem Health said. "Salem Health believes we all need to do our part to protect the vulnerable and stop the rapid spread of Covid-19. A weekly workplace outbreak report published by the state of Oregon shows Salem Health as having 91 total employee-related Covid-19 cases. NBC News has reached out to Salem Health for further comment and to inquire about the nurse's identity.
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — They threw her new cellphone on the roof of the station house and placed nails under the wheels of her pickup truck. Other Black firefighters who endured similar treatment in the Winston-Salem Fire Department recently brought their complaints before the city. The grievance they filed in October calls for Chief William “Trey” Mayo to be fired for failing to discipline white firefighters who, the group said, have created a hostile work environment through comments in person and on social media. Across the country, firefighters are confronting incidents of racism and discrimination as part of a burgeoning movement to call out and address racial injustice in America. Chris Carlson / APTwo Black women sued the city of Denver in September, saying its fire department discriminated against them because of their gender and race.
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SEE NEW POSTSNurse put on leave after posting TikTok video mocking coronavirus precautions An Oregon nurse has been put on administrative leave and is being investigated after she posted a TikTok video in which she mockingly suggested she does not follow coronavirus prevention guidelines like wearing a mask or social distancing. The original TikTok and the account by user @Loveiskind05 have been deleted, according to NBC affiliate KING, but versions of the video remained on TikTok on Monday. Click here to read the full story Share this -NY hospitalizations rise to levels not seen since spring New York Gov. Grassley called on Congress to pass another round of coronavirus relief legislation. But it may be difficult to overcome bitter divisions regarding a long-delayed Covid-19 relief package that’s a top priority of business, state and local governments, educators and others.
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SEE NEW POSTSIce-T says 'no masker' father-in-law contracted Covid, is now a 'believer' The rapper and actor Ice-T said Sunday that his father-in-law had contracted the coronavirus, spent 40 days in intensive care and was on oxygen "indefinitely." Ice-T said her father, Steve Austin, had pneumonia in both lungs and had been "close to death." My father-in-law ‘Coco’s dad’ was a serious ‘No Masker’ COVID hit him. Ohhh he’s a Believer now.. #COVIDisNotAGame pic.twitter.com/fPEifkJCge — ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) November 29, 2020 Austin is "a believer now," Ice-T tweeted with an image of Austin wearing an oxygen mask. Leslie and Patricia McWaters both died from Covid-19 on Nov. 24 after being hospitalized with the virus, according to an obituary.
Persons: Covid, Tracy Marrow, Coco, Nicole Austin, Steve Austin, , , COVID, Ohhh, Austin, Leslie, Patricia McWaters, Romeo, Juliet, , Joanna Sisk, ” Patricia McWaters, Leslie McWaters, Grassley, Sen, Chuck Grassley, Biden, Joe Biden, Dr, Michael Osterholm, , Ipsos MORI, Boris Johnson Organizations: ICE, NBC, Allegiance, United States Navy Reserve, Minnesota, NBC News, Daily, Capitol, America, Center, Infectious Disease, University of Minnesota, MSNBC, Moderna, England, Imperial College London, Labour Party Locations: Michigan, Covid, Jackson , Michigan, Jackson, Oregon, Salem, Minnesota, Daily U.S, Iowa, Congress, Massachusetts
South Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask
  + stars: | 2020-11-30 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
SEE NEW POSTSSouth Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask A South Dakota nurse pleaded with Gov. Kristi Noem to “lead by example” and wear a mask even as she refuses to mandate them statewide. South Dakota currently has a Covid-19 infection rate of 41.36 percent, which is the second-highest rate in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University. Ohhh he’s a Believer now.. #COVIDisNotAGame pic.twitter.com/fPEifkJCge — ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) November 29, 2020 Austin is "a believer now," Ice-T tweeted with an image of Austin wearing an oxygen mask. I will continue to wear a mask and practice social distancing."
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SEE NEW POSTSGlobal Covid-19 cases decline after European lockdowns The number of new global coronavirus cases fell last week for the first time since September, according to the World Health Organization. “This is welcome news, but it must be interpreted with extreme caution,” Ghebreyesu told reporters Monday in a news briefing. Ice-T said her father, Steve Austin, had pneumonia in both lungs and had been "close to death." Click here to read the full story Share this -Minnesota counted a record 9,005 Covid-19 cases Sunday Minnesota broke the 9,000 cases in a day mark Sunday, logging 9,005 Covid-19 cases in a single day according to NBC News' tally. I hope my colleagues reach the same conclusion and a bipartisan bill can pass very soon.” Share this -
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Global Covid-19 cases decline after European lockdowns
  + stars: | 2020-11-30 | by ( Nbc News | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
SEE NEW POSTSGlobal Covid-19 cases decline after European lockdowns The number of new global coronavirus cases fell last week for the first time since September, according to the World Health Organization. Share this -Michigan couple married for 47 years die from Covid-19 on the same day Just two days before Thanksgiving, a Michigan couple married for 47 years died from Covid-19. Leslie and Patricia McWaters both died from Covid-19 on Nov. 24 after being hospitalized with the virus, according to an obituary. Click here to read the full story Share this -Minnesota counted a record 9,005 Covid-19 cases Sunday Minnesota broke the 9,000 cases in a day mark Sunday, logging 9,005 Covid-19 cases in a single day according to NBC News' tally. Share this -Grassley back at Capitol after Covid-19 quarantine Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, returned to the Capitol on Monday following his quarantine after testing positive for Covid-19, his office said.
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Share this -South Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask South Dakota nurse urges governor to ‘lead by example’ and wear a mask Nov. 30, 2020 05:49 A South Dakota nurse pleaded with Gov. Kristi Noem to “lead by example” and wear a mask even as she refuses to mandate them statewide. South Dakota currently has a Covid-19 infection rate of 41.36 percent, which is the second-highest rate in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University. Ohhh he’s a Believer now.. #COVIDisNotAGame pic.twitter.com/fPEifkJCge — ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) November 29, 2020 Austin is "a believer now," Ice-T tweeted with an image of Austin wearing an oxygen mask. Leslie and Patricia McWaters both died from Covid-19 on Nov. 24 after being hospitalized with the virus, according to an obituary.
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SEE NEW POSTSHigh school junior is first Wisconsin teenager to die from Covid-19, officials say A Wisconsin teenager died from complications of Covid-19, officials said Monday, in another tragic first for the pandemic-ravaged state. Isai Morocho was an 11th-grader at East High School and his death marks a "tremendous loss" for the Madison Metropolitan School District, a schools spokesman said. Share this -South Dakota nurse pleads with governor: Wear a mask South Dakota nurse urges governor to ‘lead by example’ and wear a mask Nov. 30, 2020 05:49 A South Dakota nurse pleaded with Gov. South Dakota currently has a Covid-19 infection rate of 41.36 percent, which is the second-highest rate in the country, according to the Johns Hopkins University. Click here to read the full story Share this -Minnesota counted a record 9,005 Covid-19 cases Sunday Minnesota broke the 9,000 cases in a day mark Sunday, logging 9,005 Covid-19 cases in a single day according to NBC News' tally.
Persons: Isai Morocho, MMSD, He'll, Christy Vogt, Dane County, , Kristi Noem, ” Ashley Kingdon, Reese, , Kingdon, Donald Trump, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu, ” Ghebreyesu, Covid, Tracy Marrow, Coco, Nicole Austin, Steve Austin, , COVID, Ohhh, Austin, Leslie, Patricia McWaters, Romeo, Juliet, Joanna Sisk, ” Patricia McWaters, Leslie McWaters Organizations: East High School, Madison Metropolitan School District, Public Health Madison, Independent Health Solutions, Johns Hopkins University, Noem, World Health Organization, WHO, ICE, NBC, Allegiance, United States Navy Reserve, Minnesota, NBC News, Daily Locations: Wisconsin, Covid, Dane County, Dane, South Dakota, Dakota, Europe, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Michigan, Jackson , Michigan, Jackson, Oregon, Salem, Minnesota, Daily U.S
Confronts a Growing Crisis Theaters work to keep a holiday tradition going. The league got through that crisis by juggling a few teams’ schedules, but now most teams’ open dates have been exhausted. Instead, theaters are using every contagion-reduction strategy they have honed during the coronavirus pandemic: outdoor stagings, drive-in productions, street theater, streaming video, radio plays and even a do-it-yourself kit sent by mail. The local pandemic toll is jarring: During the past seven days, Miami-Dade County, recorded 49 new deaths from Covid-19, and nearly 13,000 new infections. A Miami Art Week without a big Basel party could be a possible blessing, said Mr. O’Neal, allowing the city’s own talent to take center stage and avoid being overshadowed.
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Fed's Barkin: Next few months could be challenging until vaccine available
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Thomas Barkin poses during a break at a Dallas Fed conference on technology in Dallas, Texas, U.S., May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Ann Saphir(Reuters) - A vaccine to prevent the coronavirus may not be widely available until next summer, and households could struggle over the next several months without more government aid, Richmond Federal Reserve Bank President Thomas Barkin said on Monday. The policymaker is expecting a “slow and steady” recovery, he said during an event organized by Greater Winston-Salem, Inc. He also said he thinks there is still room for a targeted aid package to help the workers, businesses and municipalities affected by the crisis.
Persons: Thomas Barkin, Ann Saphir Organizations: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Dallas Fed, REUTERS, Richmond Federal Reserve Bank, Greater, Inc Locations: Dallas , Texas, U.S, Greater Winston, Salem
Keene said her son feared an apocalypse, or zombie invasion, and asked to be kept in a room with no windows. “I sort of joke that like, possibly my son was the only person actually having a sane reaction,” Keene said. “I was like, ‘Well, you could call it a mental health crisis or you could call it sane.’”A home bursts into flames from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, Calif., on Sept. 28, 2020. That is a way saying the more bad stuff that happens to you, the greater the odds are that you will develop serious mental health problems,” Taylor said. The wildfire caused the evacuation of 40,000 residents, killing four people and five are still missin.
Persons: Meg Keene, ” Keene, Keene, , Samuel Corum, , Steven Taylor, ” Taylor, we've, Amy Scott, Philip Pacheco, Taylor, ’ ” Taylor, Jamie Thrower, Tubbs, Oregon.Thrower, ” Thrower, Thrower, Ron Shumacher, Kate Brown, it's Organizations: Northern California ., Practical Media Inc, NBC News, West Coast, NBC, Oakland, Getty, Research, University of British, Oregon Gov Locations: Northern California, Northern California . Keene, West, Santa Rosa, Calif, AFP, Berkeley, West Coast, University of British Columbia, California, San Francisco, Sonoma County, Oakland, Portland, Gates, Salem, Ore, Oregon
FILE PHOTO: A notice placed in the Pakistani daily newspaper Jang by the U.S. embassy August 22, 2005 shows militants including al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. U.S. authorities had been tracking Masri and other al Qaeda operatives in Iran for years, it said. Iran on Saturday denied the report, saying there were no al Qaeda “terrorists” on its soil. Shi’ite Iran and al Qaeda, a Sunni Muslim militant organization, have long been enemies. The report of al-Masri’s killing comes weeks after the killing of two other senior al Qaeda leaders in Afghanistan by local security forces.
Persons: Al Qaeda’s, Jang, al, Osama bin Laden, Osama bin, Ayman al, Omar, Abderraouf Ben Habib Jdy, Faker Ben Abdalaziz Boussora, Midhat Mursi al Sayyid Umar, Adnan G, El Shukrijumah, Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, Saif al Adel, Ali Sayyid Mustafa al Bakri, Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, Mustafa Mohammed Fazul, Anas al Liby, Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali, Sheikh Ahmed Salem Swedan, Muhsin Moosa Matwalli, Zahid Hussein Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, guerre Abu Muhammad al, Masri, Zawahiri, Al Qaeda, Saeed Khatibzadeh, Donald Trump’s “, ” Khatibzadeh, Osama bin Laden’s, Abu Muhsin al Organizations: WASHINGTON, New York Times, U.S, REUTERS, Times, Reuters, U.S . Federal, Investigation’s, Saturday, Foreign, White House National Security Council Locations: Africa, Iran, United States, Tehran, Pasdaran, Qaeda, Israel, al Qaeda, U.S, Pakistan, Shi’ite Iran, New York, Washington, East, Afghanistan, West Africa, Afghan
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