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Aubrey Huff 3h
If we didn’t have mainstream media would have never existed.
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Gavin Newsom 2h
UPDATE: This last week, CA saw an unprecedented rise in cases.   - Average daily tests: 198,379 - Average test positivity rate: 5.5% - Daily case average: 11,591 - Hospitalizations: up 77% over last 2 weeks - ICU: up 55% over last 2 weeks
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Eric Feigl-Ding 24m
Today’s Oxford AZ vaccine news in a semi-accurate comic. ...and I fixed a few things.
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Aubrey Huff 37m
We have three vaccines almost ready to distribute. This is super fast! Why is nobody asking the obvious question: Were the vaccines ready years ago? You know....like they knew this was all planned!
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Justin McElroy 31m
1,933 cases of announced in B.C. over the last three days, down about 1.3% from last weekend's three-day release. 17 new deaths in the last three days, continuing the trend we saw at the end of last week. Hospitalizations up 22%, to 277. Today's chart.
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Eric Feigl-Ding 3m
Sobering—cases rising so fast that we will have 3000 deaths a day around Christmas 🎄 time. (Analysis by my FAS Team, ht )
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus 2h
No vaccines in history have been developed as rapidly as for . The scientific community has set a new standard for vaccine development. We must apply the same level of urgency to distribute them fairly. We cannot afford not to & prioritize the vulnerable.
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AJ+ 3h
Gaza’s health system is near collapse from and will soon be “unable to care for critical cases,” say doctors. Gaza has just 100 ventilators for 2 million people. Israel’s blockade has crippled hospitals, with daily 16-hr power cuts causing blackouts and water shortages.
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Laurie Garrett 24m
FINALLY! Let the transition begin....... Finally roadblock moved. Now, perhaps, we can see coordinated movement on and & prevention.
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Eric 4h
8 Midwest states, 8 very different policies, yet cases are plateauing/decreasing in all of them. Schools/restaurants/bars open/closed, masks/no masks, doesn't matter. Curve shape is largely the same. Will be interesting if this trend continues even through the holidays.
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James Bird 3h
FREE: First the first time in 300 days there is NO DETECTED coronavirus cases in Victoria! Premier confirmed today marks 25 days of ZERO cases and ZERO active cases. Well done Victoria! We did it!
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💥👉Red Hat Pitbull👈💥 KNOWS 💥 3h
Did all you conservative Patriots know that is the smartest virus in history! It knows not to infect you after curfews! It knows whether you're drinking! It can tell the difference between Republican and Democrat protest. Only Republicans are mass spreaders i hear🤫
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Doug Ducey 13m
Today I met with to discuss how we can work together to advance Arizona’s priorities in the Senate. There’s no shortage of important issues before our state and nation — , jobs, infrastructure, forestry, helping those impacted by the pandemic, and more. 1/
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AJ+ 1h
The federal prison system will prioritize giving the vaccine to staff before inmates, per an investigation. - 22,000 federal inmates and 3,000 staff have tested positive - 143 inmates and 2 staff have died - Inmates have criticized lack of soap and social distancing
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Laurie Garrett 3h
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David Perdue 2h
When hit, we got to work and brought $47 billion to Georgia to help hospitals, small businesses, communities. Together, we will defeat this virus.
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Eric Feigl-Ding 5m
Detecting quickly is key—and wastewater detection of just got better.
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Repairers of the Breach 14m
“We cannot keep moving forward as a nation without stopping to mourn & remember all those died in the midst of this pandemic.” -
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Maritsa Georgiou 3h
Thankful for the opportunity to chat with Dr. Fauci today. I tried to get as many questions in as possible, but it went by incredibly fast. We discussed everything from Thanksgiving to vaccines to Santa. More tonight at 5, 6 and 10!
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Ralph Northam 1h
We all want to spend Thanksgiving with people we care about. But with surging, the best way to keep loved ones safe is to only gather with immediate family or those in your household. If we do the right thing now, we will have a lot more to be thankful for next year.
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