A day later Many vaccine manufacturers have signed safety pledges, One of the companies running to make a vaccine against COVID-19 stumbled.
AstraZeneca Hold its COVID-19 clinical trials worldwide When he investigated an adverse reaction in a trial participant in the United Kingdom. Disruption represents the first swing in the world to become a significantly easier pathway in the historically fast vaccination effort.
The news came on the way to the United States from COVID-19 on Wednesday to record its 190,000th death.
Meanwhile, a Campaign rally in Winston-Salem, North CarolinaOn Tuesday, President Donald Trump accused the state governor of using the coronavirus ban to harm his chances of re-election. This is Trump’s third appearance in several weeks in North Carolina, a crucial position he needs to win to secure his re-election. He won the Tar Hill State by almost 1%, but the national polls show that the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden voted with the average vote count.
Some notable developments:
- Five counties in California, including Orange County south of Los Angeles, are moving ahead with plans to reopen amid a decline in confirmed coronavirus cases across the state. Governor Gavin News announced Tuesday that places of worship, restaurants with indoor dining and movie theaters will soon be allowed to reopen at 25% capacity.
- Honolulu is extending door-to-door orders for another two weeks amid a surge in cases.
- Internationally, another 89,000 cases were reported on Wednesday after India became the world’s second hardest-hit country the previous day.
- The Transportation Security Agency reported its busiest day since March on Labor Day Weekend: About 935,000 passengers passed through TSA checkpoints on Saturday.
- Senate Republicans unveiled a much smaller coronavirus relief plan than legislators on both sides of the wing argued during the week. It’s a bill that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says is not perfect. Here’s what it’s all about.
સંખ્યા Today’s number: U.S. There are more than 3.3 million confirmed cases and more than 1,189 deaths. Johns Hopkins University data. Globally, there are approximately 27.6 million cases and more than 898,000 casualties.
We’re what we’re reading: A study by a California research group estimates that the Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota led to more than 260,000 coronavirus cases in the month of the incident. Government Christy Noime called the study “fictional.”
Cor Meroping Coronavirus: US outbreak, track state by state
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The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Dr. Anthony Fawcett called AstraZeneca’s grip on his COVID-19 candidate’s vaccine tests “unfortunate”, but said it was “not uncommon” during vaccine development.
“It’s really one of the safety valves you have on clinical trials like this, so it’s unfortunate it happened.” “This morning,” he told CBS on Wednesday. “Hopefully, they’ll implement it and be able to move on with the rest of the hearing but you don’t know. They need to investigate it further. ”
AstraZeneca, one of the companies running to make a vaccine against coronavirus, said on Tuesday that it was Investigated adverse reactions in trial participants in the United Kingdom and suspended its COVID-19 clinical trials Worldwide.
The company, which is currently working with the University of Oxford on Phase 3 of its vaccine testing, said the pause is “a routine action that occurs whenever an unexplained illness occurs in any of the tests.”
– Elizabeth Weiss and Karen Weintrubb
Pope Francis, in an appeal against the “partisan interests” that have arisen in some nations and groups during the COVID-19 epidemic, urges everyone to seek the health of others and themselves.
“Coronavirus shows us that the true good of every person is a general good and vice versa, the common good is the true good for a person. Health, in addition to being an individual good, is also a public good. A healthy society” is one that Be careful, ”Francis said in a public address.
After a six-month break due to the epidemic, Francis resumed its weekly public audience last week. The limited crowd to see Franciscans was housed with chairs in the courtyard of the San Dimaso inside the Postolic Palace.
Ugur Sahin, CEO and co-founder of Biotech Interview with CNN His company’s vaccine being developed with Pfizer could be ready for regulatory approval in mid-October or early November.
Sahin told CNN on Tuesday, “He has an excellent profile and I consider this vaccine … the perfect one and the perfect one close to it.” Sahin’s comments came on the same day another candidate’s vaccine was broken as AstraZeneca. Interrupted his trial after an obscure illness.
Comments also came in after Bioentech and Pfizer Nine biopharmaceutical companies that issued a letter Their COVID-19 candidates are guaranteed a thorough investigation before seeking approval to market their vaccines on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly said that the vaccine could be ready before the November election, and if it didn’t, it was for a reason. “deep nada state “conspiracy against him.
More than half of those reported living at home in July saw the number of 18- to 29-year-olds living with their parents reach record levels. In February, 47% of young adults reported staying home. By July, that number had risen to 5%, or about 6.6 million, according to the Pew Research Center.
Pew says this number is higher than any previous criteria. At the end of the Great Depression, according to 1940 census data, 48% of young adults lived at home. Pew says the peak during the Great Depression may be high, but no data is available.
The economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic has been particularly severe for young Americans, and Pune data show that many people went home due to job losses or the closure of college lodge campuses.
The University of California, Pennsylvania footballer Jamain Stephens, 20, has died, the school announced Tuesday. He was the son of senior defensive lineman Stephens, Pittsburgh Steelers and offensive lineman Jamain Stephens of the Cincinnati Bengals.
Pittsburgh’s Central Catholic High School, where Stephens played, said in a statement posted on Facebook on Tuesday that the cause of his death was related to problems with COVID-19. It is unclear how he contracted the disease.
The University of California did not play football this fall with health concerns over COVID-19 being forced to stop sports by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. The University of California did not give a cause of death.
– Eric Smith
President Donald Trump A propaganda rally In Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on Tuesday, the state governor was accused of using coronavirus sanctions to harm his chances of re-election.
“Your state should be open,” Trump told a crowd of hundreds who cheered at Smith Reynolds Airport.
President, G.O.P., held in Charlotte last month. Still stuck with the convention’s loss, but they went to an almost all-virtual occasion above Covid-1, other major war states like North Carolina and Michigan say. States closed for political reasons.
Trump said in a Nov. 76-minute comment that, on Nov. November, it will be open to everyone in every state. They are doing it for political reasons.
– John Fritz, Courtney Subramaniam and David Jackson
Health officials in Los Angeles County have set guidelines for celebrating Halloween amid the coronavirus epidemic. The city has banned door-to-door trick-or-trick, trunk-or-treating events where children get in from car-to-car, haunted houses, festivals and other related events.
“Door-to-door trick-or-treating is not allowed because it is very difficult to maintain proper social distance on the porch and at the front door, especially on neighbors who are popular for trickery or treachery.” The guide says.
Instead, officials are encouraging families to celebrate by participating in virtual events, car parades, drive-in movie theaters and other activities following the city’s public health guidelines.
The Transportation Safety Agency reported Tuesday More people flew on Labor Day weekend Some 935,308 passengers passed through TSA checkpoints on Monday, setting a new record for any other phase of the COVID-19 epidemic. Which is better than the previous high of 862,949 set on 62 August 16.
The number of passengers passing through the TSA checkpoint during the long holiday weekend has risen to more than 900,000 – first with 968,673 on Friday, then again on Monday. Thursday also saw higher-than-average traffic with 877,673 passengers screened.
Although TSA numbers reached 1 million for the first time since the lockdown in the country, they are still the cry cry of the Labor Day weekend in 2019, when more than 2 million checkpoints have passed except one day.
– Jayme Deerwester
Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced Tuesday that he would increase the existing stay-at-home order for two weeks to control coronavirus in Hawaii’s largest city.
Stay-A-Home orders will be placed through September 24th. But Caldwell said they would change the rules to allow solitary activity on beaches, parks and roads. Individuals will be able to run, sit or eat on their own in these public places starting Thursday.
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