COVID-19: Singing Not Riskier Than Talking, New Study Suggests : World : Latin Post – Latin news, immigration, politics, culture
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Loud singing and shouting riskier 😎
While the government, airlines and scientists agree the risks of catching COVID-19 on a plane are low, there have been reports of transmission during flights.
— Read on globalnews.ca/news/7288950/marc-garneau-aviation-safety-coronavirus/
Risk appears to be low if everyone is masked but with lower number of flights in last months, the exact risk is not known
Mexico will receive at least 2,000 doses of Russia’s potential COVID-19 vaccine, dubbed ‘Sputnik V’, to test among its population, a senior Mexican government official said on Thursday.
“Mexico was offered at least 2,000 doses of the vaccine to do its protocol to start testing it in Mexico, which is very good news because again we buy ourselves time,” said Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard.
Source: Coronavirus: Mexico to test 2,000 doses of Russia’s ‘Sputnik’ vaccine – National | Globalnews.ca
“I think anyone who’s following Covid and its transmission globally will quite easily see that New Zealand’s nine cases in a day does not compare to the United States’ tens of thousands, and in fact does not compare to most countries in the world,” she said.
Source: ‘Very proud’: Jacinda Ardern defends New Zealand Covid response after Trump attacks | World news | The Guardian
How does it feel to watch family members become obsessed with Bill Gates, microchips and 5G – and is there anything you can do to help them?
Separately, fourteen states and the District of Columbia are also suing the Trump administration to review the rule and declare it unlawful. The National Transportation Safety Board and the National Association of State Fire Marshals oppose it as well.
Under the new rule, trains would be allowed to transport up to 30,000 gallons of liquified natural gas (LNG) per tank, significantly more than has ever been allowed in the U.S., and there will be no restrictions on the number of LNG tanker cars in a particular train, nor on the routes these trains may travel, so they will be free to pass through dense population centers.
Source: New Trump Rule Could Create ‘Bomb Trains’ Capable of Leveling a City – Rolling Stone
A minority of people getting “redpilled” by far-right conspiracy theories turn to violent action like Fulbright, but such instances have seemingly become more frequent in recent months. On April 29, a woman drove from Illinois to New York and was arrested on a pier with a dozen illegal knives in her trunk, explaining to the police that she had watched the QAnon video “Fall of the Cabal” and was inspired to take action. On June 11, a Boston man live-streamed a police chase with his wife and five children in the car, during which he was recorded saying “QAnon, help me. QAnon, help me.” The chase ended when the man rammed a police cruiser and crashed into a tree. There were no injuries. In early July, a woman attacked a product display in an Arizona Target store and livestreamed a later confrontation with the police, explaining to the arresting officer that she had been hired as “the QAnon spokesperson.”
Despite such incidences and the FBI labeling QAnon a domestic threat, the president has expressed support for QAnon followers. Trump praised QAnon congressional candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene, has retweeted QAnon-affiliated accounts, and most recently spoke positively of the QAnon conspiracy theory when asked about it by NBC reporter Shannon Pettypiece during an Aug. 19 White House press briefing.
“I have heard that it is gaining in popularity,” the president said. “I don’t know much about the movement other than I understand they like me very much, which I appreciate.”
After the reporter informed the president that “the crux of the theory is this belief that you are secretly saving the world from this satanic cult of pedophiles and cannibals,” Trump responded by saying “I haven’t heard that, but is that supposed to be a bad thing or a good thing? I mean you know, if I can help save the world from problems I’m willing to do it. I’m willing to put myself out there. And we are really, we’re saving the world from a radical left philosophy that will destroy this country.”
Source: Texas QAnon Supporter Used Car to Attack Strangers She Believed Were ‘Pedophiles’ | Right Wing Watch