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The Early Waves Of Vaccination May Not Be Enough To Halt COVID’s Spread

The coming first wave of vaccinations will offer protection to limited groups of people. But, importantly, that doesn’t mean the virus itself will stop spreading anytime soon. Outside of a few small, isolated communities that have been vaccinated or received immunity from the virus itself, the first waves of vaccine will not reduce the burden of massive community spread in the United States, epidemiologists told TPM. Rather, they’ll do what they’re designed to do: drastically reduce the numbe...
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GOP senators are starting to line up behind the $908 billion stimulus compromise as pressure mounts on Congress to pass immediate relief

Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), and Mitch McConnell (R-KY). Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images Several GOP senators expressed support for the $908 billion stimulus compromise in a sign the plan is gathering momentum on Capitol Hill. "I've never been more hopeful that we'll get a bill," Lindsey Graham told reporters, per a pool report. Congress is under mounting pressure to act as coronavirus hospitalizations reach new highs and cases rise unchecked. Sever...
Tags: Utah, Politics, Texas, Republicans, Congress, Washington Post, La, Senate, US, West Virginia, Trends, Economy, Policy, Democrats, Gop, North Dakota


Winter Driving 101: The Complete Guide To Staying Safe & Ready

This winter driving guide includes:  How to respond during an emergency. Driving tips that will help keep you and your family safe. A comprehensive checklist for getting your vehicle “winterized.” Seven simple DIY maintenance items to watch during the winter. What to place in your emergency kit, including something we all overlook. How states are implementing new technology to help keep you safe when you travel. Affiliate Disclosure: Automoblog and its partners may be compensated when you pur...
Tags: Amazon, Virginia, Guides, Pennsylvania, North Dakota, Fema, DMV, Autos, Driving, Michigan, Michelin, Nhtsa, Michigan State Police, Goodyear, North Dakota Department of Transportation, Vogel


North Dakota hockey players kneel during anthem

Before No. 1-ranked North Dakota's 2-0 win over Miami (Ohio) on Wednesday, history was made. Two UND players —Jasper Weatherby and Jacob Bernard-Docker — followed through with their plan to kneel during the playing of the national anthem as a means of protesting racial injustice. Per a lengthy story in the Grand Forks Herald, they are believed to be the first Division I men's college hockey players to kneel during the anthem. "I think change is uncomfortable for a lot of people," Weatherby told ...
Tags: NFL, America, North Dakota, Nba, Jasper, NHL, Herald, Black Lives Matter, Adolf Hitler, Grand Forks, Matt Dumba, Grand Forks Herald, Dumba, Miami Ohio, Weatherby, Jacob Bernard Docker


North Dakota hockey players plan to kneel during anthem

When the No. 1-ranked North Dakota men's hockey team takes the ice Wednesday for its season opener, history will be made. Two UND players —Jasper Weatherby and Jacob Bernard-Docker — are planning to kneel during the playing of the national anthem as a means of protesting racial injustice. Per a lengthy story in the Grand Forks Herald, they are believed to be the first Division I men's college hockey players to kneel during the anthem. That the demonstration will come in a fan-less arena because ...
Tags: NFL, America, North Dakota, Nba, Jasper, NHL, Herald, Black Lives Matter, Adolf Hitler, Grand Forks, Matt Dumba, Grand Forks Herald, Dumba, Weatherby, Jacob Bernard Docker, Bernard Docker


By the end of the year, 30% of the US will have caught COVID-19, former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb says

Former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb. Zach Gibson/Getty Images Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner, estimated Monday that 30% of Americans will have caught COVID-19 by the end of the year. Gottlieb, who has previously said just one in five cases are diagnosed, said the figure could reach 50% in some states, such as North Dakota and South Dakota. "We're going to probably have by the end of this year, 30% of the US population infected," Gottlieb told CNBC's "S...
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A North Dakota public-health officer says she's been called 'Nazi' and 'tyrant' for trying to control the state's coronavirus outbreak

Nurse Deb Grabo, wearing an air-purifying respirator hood, prepares to begin her shift at a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at the Bismarck Event Center in North Dakota. Bing Guan/Reuters North Dakota is experiencing a devastating surge in COVID-19 cases: One in 10 residents has gotten sick. Yet public-health officers say they face antagonism from the public and other government leaders when they attempt to promote social distancing and mask wearing. One North Dakota health official said ...
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Are California’s pandemic job losses overstated?

Let me offer a sliver of good economic news deep inside a very dark trend: California job losses early in the pandemic may have been smaller than what was initially reported. One of my favorite employment measurements — the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ “quarterly survey of employment and wages” — shows California losing an almost unthinkable 10.2% of its jobs in the year ended in 2020’s second quarter. While it’s hard to say anything other than “ugh,” the monthly state data for the same peri...
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The mayor of Fargo, North Dakota, is a medical doctor. He reveals how he's wrestling COVID-19 outbreaks in the state's largest city.

Fargo, North Dakota Mayor, Dr Tim Mahoney speaks to Sailors present at the USS Robalo (SS 273) wreath laying ceremony held at the Lindenwood Park, during Fargo Navy Week, July 23, 2018. Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images North Dakota has experienced one of the biggest COVID-19 outbreaks the US has seen since the start of the pandemic.  Dr. Tim Mahoney, the mayor of Fargo, the state's most populous city, recently implemented a mandatory mask order to help address the growing number...
Tags: Politics, Science, Minnesota, US, Trends, Tim Mahoney, West, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Fargo, Minot, North Dakota State University, Moorhead, Mahoney, Fargo North Dakota, Grand Forks North Dakota


Gratitude

  While responding to accusations that she’s a tyrant lying about the dangers of COVID, Renae Moch, public health director in North Dakota, asked a pertinent question: “Why would I want to do that?” This, to me, is the strangest thing about the resistance to common sense that is now making a bad situation much worse. It’s stranger than the argument about freedom, which lacks the self-awareness to notice its own compliance, evident in the belief that a retweeted meme counts as independent t...
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North Dakota Governor Denied Power Grab for Dead COVID-19 Victim's Seat

Instead, the spot in the state House of Representatives will go to one of the governor’s enemies.
Tags: North Dakota, House Of Representatives


Is it likely the Supreme Court will decide the 2020 election? Ask the lawyer

Q: Is the outcome of the 2020 election going to be decided by the Supreme Court? -B.G., Torrance Ron Sokol A: The United States Supreme Court has limited jurisdiction, and only takes a very modest number of the cases submitted to it. If there is an authentic federal question pertaining to the 2020 election (such that the Constitution is implicated), the high court could take up an actual controversy. To date, however, the legal challenges on behalf of the president have largely been unsucces...
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Court: North Dakota governor can't fill dead candidate seat

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum does not have the authority to appoint someone to a state House seat won by a Republican candidate who died before the election, the North Dakota Supreme Court concluded Tuesday.
Tags: North Dakota, House, North Dakota Supreme Court, Doug Burgum


Biden expected to nominate Antony Blinken as secretary of state

By MATTHEW LEE | Associated Press WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden is expected to nominate Antony Blinken as secretary of state, according to multiple people familiar with the Biden team’s planning. Blinken, 58, served as deputy secretary of state and deputy national security adviser during the Obama administration and has close ties with Biden. If nominated and confirmed, he would be a leading force in the incoming administration’s bid to reframe the U.S. relationship with the rest of the...
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Ask Slashdot: Why Haven't We Implemented Public Key Infrastructure Voting?

Long-time Slashdot reader t0qer has a question: why haven't we gone to an open source, Public Key Infrastructure-based voting system? "I'm fairly well versed in PKI technology, and quoting this site, it would take traditional computers 300 trillion years to break RSA-2048 for a single vote." SSL.com has a pretty interesting piece on using Public Key Infrastructure in voting. There's also a GitHub project that leverages PKI and IBM blockchain technology... It just seems like paper at this point...
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Covid in North Dakota: One day inside a rural US hospital’s fight

Staff at a 14-bed hospital in North Dakota tell first-hand their fight to keep friends' family members alive.
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How the governors of Iowa, Utah, and North Dakota pivoted and issued public health orders to contain recent coronavirus surges

Utah Governor Gary Herbert, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum all issued mask mandates. AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, @GovHerbert/Twitter, @DougBurgum/Twitter The US is fighting against a surge of new cases of coronavirus across the country. Governors of Iowa, Utah, and North Dakota all enforced their first statewide mask mandate this month.  The governors cited alarming increases of coronavirus cases in each state that prompted the new mask mandates and caus...
Tags: Utah, Politics, News, Washington Post, Senate, White House, China, Nbc News, US, Trends, Ap, Features, United States, North Dakota, South Dakota, Washington Dc


Doctors and health officials in US coronavirus hotspots tell the same story: We're being villainized and ignored while trying to save lives

Healthcare workers wait to administer free coronavirus tests in Columbus, Ohio, on November 19. Stephen Zenner/AFP/Getty Images Doctors, nurses, and public-health officials in the Midwest told Business Insider they face antagonism from people who refuse to take precautions to curb the coronavirus' spread.  The region is suffering a devastating surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. One emergency physician said he got a death threat. A North Dakota health official said she h...
Tags: Science, News, White House, Brown University, US, Trends, Public Health, Wyoming, Missouri, North Dakota, Idaho, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Associated Press, Pfizer


The Air Force is sending 60 healthcare workers to North Dakota to address a staffing crisis as the state has just 13 ICU beds open

Gov. Doug Burgum announced in a statement Thursday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency approved the state's request for federal assistance. Reuters The US Air Force is sending 60 medical personnel to North Dakota to address a staffing crisis, after the Federal Emergency Management Agency approved the state's request for federal assistance. The state has 13 staffed intensive care unit beds available across all of its hospitals, and 211 standard inpatient beds, according to the ...
Tags: Science, Nurses, White House, Trends, North Dakota, Fema, Healthcare, Air Force, US Air Force, Reuters, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Bismarck Tribune, Doug Burgum, Burgum, Healthcare Workers, Coronavirus


1,971 Americans Die of Covid-19 on Thursday as U.S. Sets Record For Daily Cases

The U.S. reported 1,971 deaths from covid-19 on Thursday, the highest death toll since May, according to the Covid Tracking Project. The country also recorded over 182,000 new cases and more than 80,000 Americans are currently hospitalized, both grim new records for the U.S. during the pandemic. Public health experts…Read more...
Tags: Science, Minnesota, California, North Dakota, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Covid Restrictions


653,551 folks left California in 2019. Where did they go?

Last year 653,551 Californians relocated to other states with Texas drawing the most transplants while Nevada had the largest share of its population being 2019 newcomers from the Golden State. Annual state-to-state migration stats from the U.S. Census Bureau reveal that Californians, when they move, like to stay in the West. And while no state lost more residents to other states, California’s 2019 departures equaled only 1.7% of its largest-in-the-nation population. Only two states had smaller ...
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The Quarantine Stream: The New ‘Supermarket Sweep’ is the Perfect Pandemic Relief

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Supermarket Sweep (2020) Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: Leslie Jones hosts the revival of this classic game show that first started in the 1960s, returned in the mid-1990s, and came back one more time in the early 2000s. Three teams of two ultimate shoppers compete in a variety of brand name trivia and puzzles bef...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, United States, North Dakota, Hulu, Leslie Jones, Elf, Jacob Hall, Featured Stories Sidebar, Supermarket Sweep, The Quarantine Stream, Nickelodeon Super Toy


North Dakota State, Loyola-Marymount being finalized for games vs. Gophers men's basketball

The Bison and Loyola Marymount are planned for a three-team series of games at Williams Arena from Nov. 28-30. NDSU is a late replacement for another school.
Tags: North Dakota, Gophers, Williams Arena, Loyola Marymount


How much money you need to make to live comfortably in every state in America

The annual income needed to live comfortably in New York is $95,724. turtix/Shutterstock The cost of living is notoriously high in the US — but it can vary widely by state. Many Americans are reconsidering their living situations amid the coronavirus pandemic. More than 51 million Americans have filed for unemployment as months of lockdowns continue.  GoBankingRates determined the "living wage" necessary to live comfortably in each US state earlier this fall. Some states, like New York, re...
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'Can you believe that?': See Gupta's stunning Covid-19 chart

Dr. Sanjay Gupta shows that Covid-19 deaths in North Dakota and South Dakota have now surpassed South Korea despite a substantially smaller population.
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'Can you believe that?': Gupta's stunning Covid-19 chart

Dr. Sanjay Gupta shows that Covid-19 deaths in North Dakota and South Dakota have now surpassed South Korea despite a substantially smaller population.
Tags: South Korea, News, North Dakota, South Dakota, Stories, Sanjay Gupta, Gupta


As coronavirus cases rise, governors reverse course after refusing statewide mask mandates

The governors of Iowa and North Dakota both issued statewide mask mandates for the first time, while Montana expanded its order.
Tags: Montana, North Dakota, Iowa


The problem with allowing COVID-positive health care workers to continue working

On November 9th, the governor of North Dakota, Doug Burgum, decided to allow hospital workers with COVID-19 to continue to come to work. He required that they be asymptomatic and that they only work on COVID-19 wards with COVID-19 patients. Given at-capacity hospitals and skyrocketing case counts in that state, health care workers (HCW) had […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Lesson from North Dakota's horrendous COVID reality: Don't fight precautions. We need them.

To avoid lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, we must comply with public health measures and protect each other from COVID. We are all in this together.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Anger after North Dakota Governor asks COVID-positive health staff to stay on job

Nurse Leslie McKamey has gotten used to the 16-hour shifts, to skipping lunch, to the nightly ritual of throwing all her clothes in the laundry and showering as soon as she walks through the door to avoid potentially infecting her children.
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