The name is usually reserved for the most serious crises, such as terrorist attacks.
In some areas, the virus infects 1 in 20 people.
Firefighters have been recruited to help drive the ambulance.
Elective surgery has been postponed, but some enrollment cannot be put on hold.
The UK has vaccinated more people and approved more vaccines than any neighboring country in Europe, but the UK’s vaccine promotion work will continue for several months.
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California family devastated by COVID-1
After the unimaginable blow of COVID-19, a close family in Southern California is mourning. In three weeks, they lost three family members.
New York City Teachers Union announces vaccination plan
The New York City Teachers Union announced a plan to expedite teachers’ access to the COVID vaccine. UFT Chairman Michael Mulgrew announced on Sunday that the union has reached an agreement with major medical systems to expand the opportunities for qualified UFT members to use the coronavirus vaccine.
According to the agreement, UFT will investigate all its members to immediately list people who want to be vaccinated, and will give priority to teachers currently teaching in the school.
Nancy Bush Ellis, sister of former President George HW Bush, died at the age of 94
According to the George & Barbara Bush Foundation, the only sister of former President George HW Bush, Nancy Bush Ellis, died at the age of 94.
“We are sorry to share that President Bush’s beloved sister, Nancy Bush Ellis, has passed,” the foundation tweeted. “We express our condolences and prayers to the Ellis and Bush family, because we remember an outstanding woman who brought joy and light to the world.”
Her son told the New York Times that Ellis died on Sunday at an assisted living facility in Concord, Massachusetts, due to complications related to COVID-19.
MPs hiding during Congressional riots may be exposed to COVID-19
During the siege of the Capitol, members of the House of Representatives were exposed to people who tested positive for COVID-19 when hiding in an undisclosed location because of a violent mob loyal to President Donald Trump.
The attending physician at the Capitol notified all MPs of the virus exposure on Sunday and urged them to be tested. The infected individual has no name.
Dr. Brian Moynihan wrote on Wednesday: “Many members of the House community are in isolation in large rooms-some stayed for several hours.” He said: “The individual may have been in contact with another person infected with the coronavirus.”
New York Number
New York reported 15,355 new cases of COVID-19 coronavirus, another 151 deaths and 8,484 total hospitalizations. The statewide positive rate was 6.22%.
In New York City, 3,731 new cases were reported, including 251 new hospitalizations. The city’s 7-day average positive rate was 8.77%.
New Jersey Number
New Jersey reported 5,032 new positive cases on Sunday, including 32 new COVID-related deaths, and a total of 17,827 deaths across the state.
COVID case causes airspace delays
On Sunday, at the FAA Control Center in Leesburg, Virginia, a person tested positive for the coronavirus.
The facility handles some of the most complex airspace in the country. On Sunday afternoon, the flight between South Carolina and New Jersey was delayed for some time.
Research shows Pfizer vaccine can resist coronavirus mutation
A new study shows that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine can prevent mutations found in the two more infectious coronavirus variants that broke out in the UK and South Africa.
This study is preliminary and did not study the other two main vaccines used in the West-Moderna and AstraZeneca. However, given whether the virus will mutate to defeat the hope that the world puts on people, people feel relieved.
5 New York City vaccination locations will be open on Sunday, including two 24-hour business locations
In order to stop the coronavirus pandemic, New York City will open five new vaccination centers on Sunday, not too soon. The latest positive rate for the entire city exceeds 6.5%.
England invites people in their 80s to get a virus vaccine
Officials said on Sunday that thousands of people over the age of 80 have begun accepting invitations to obtain coronavirus vaccines in the UK, as the UK is increasing its national vaccination plan to achieve its vaccination of about 15 million people by mid-February. The goal.
More than 600,000 invitations will arrive across England this week, asking seniors to sign and poke at the new nearby mass vaccination center. So far, the government has provided the first dose of vaccine to more than 1.2 million people.
RI Lt. Gov. Isolation
Officials said Saturday that Rhode Island Governor Daniel McKee was in quarantine at home after close contact with someone who later tested positive for COVID-19.
Officials said the lieutenant governor learned of the close contact on Saturday morning and has since tested negative and has no symptoms. Officials said he will continue to be tested and will be quarantined until midnight on January 12.
McGee will serve for the remaining two years of Governor Gina Raimondo as Raimondo has been appointed as the Biden Business Secretary of Democrat Joe Biden .
Stony Brook University completes 100% of initial COVID-19 vaccine allocation
The Premier of the State University of New York said that three hospitals operated by Stony Brook University completed 100% management of their initial COVID-19 vaccine distribution on Friday. Frontline healthcare staff at Downstate Medical, Upstate Medical and Stony Brook University Hospital have now begun receiving the second dose of vaccine. The Premier congratulated the Stony Brook University team for their excellent work.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip receive COVID-19 vaccine
Royal officials said on Saturday that Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip have received COVID-19 vaccination.
Buckingham Palace officials said in a statement that the 94-year-old monarch and 99-year-old Philip were stabbed on Saturday and received the first dose of the vaccine along with about 1.5 million Britons.
The injection was performed at Windsor Castle. The Queen of Windsor Castle and her husband have been spending time during the blockade of England.
National Coronavirus Update
The latest national coronavirus figures continue to paint a grim picture. There were more than 371,000 deaths and nearly 2 million cases. California reported its deadliest day, killing nearly 700 people. The morgue of death is filling up quickly.
A hospital in Southern California can accommodate COVID patients-it cannot accommodate one more person. The waiting time for transporting some of the sickest patients in Southern California is as long as 17 hours. Over 6 million doses of vaccine have been vaccinated-only 30% of the dose has been allocated.
Cardinal Family Stadium used as large-scale testing and vaccination site
The home stadium of the Arizona Cardinals football team will be a large testing and vaccination venue that can administer up to 12,000 doses of vaccines per day. The move comes when Maricopa County begins to provide vaccines to the 1b population next week. Including law enforcement officials, teachers, childcare workers, and people over 75 years old. Volunteers from the Blue Cross Blue Shield in Arizona will provide the necessary staffing. State health officials believe they are ready to meet the needs.
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