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  • BOE Extends Emergency Rules for Absentee Voting

    wuga.org Tuesday, 24 November 2020 01:02:09

    This morning, the Georgia State Election Board extended two emergency rules concerning absentee voting. The first rule extends the use of 24/7 monitored drop boxes, a rule that was most recently approved over the summer, but due to expire in late December. The second rule continues to allow counties to begin processing ballots up to two weeks before Election Day, but now requires counties to begin processing absentee ballots starting at least the week before Election Day. Both rules will be enforced through the end of the Jan. 5 runoff.

  • At Least 4 Pennsylvania Counties To Miss Election Certification Deadline

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 23:51:00

    A version of this story was first posted by NPR member station WITF in Harrisburg, Pa. At least four counties home to more than 600,000 voters will not have election results certified when they're due Monday to the Pennsylvania Department of State, though three of them expect to wrap up within the next couple of days. President Trump won all four counties. Ultimately, minor delays in a handful of counties fully certifying their results shouldn't affect the overall certification process statewide — in part because Pennsylvania's election code doesn't set a hard deadline for statewide certification by the secretary of state, which is normally a formality, voting law experts say. Of 43 counties to respond to WITF's inquiry, 10 with a combined 546,000 voters had already fully certified their results and sent them to the state by Friday. Another 31 counties with more than 7 million of the state's 9 million registered voters confirmed they will hit Monday's deadline. Schuylkill County

  • Healthy Aerobic Ability in Middle School Girls

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 22:47:52

    This week on Georgia Health Report, hosts Grace Bagwell Adams and Andy Miller discuss the public health issue of healthy aerobic ability among middle-school-aged girls.

  • South Korea Faces New, Challenging Rise In Coronavirus Infections

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 21:18:00

    After beating back two waves of coronavirus infections — and garnering international praise for its competent handling of the pandemic — South Korea now finds itself fighting a trickier, stealthier uptick in cases, which has forced it to ramp up social distancing quickly. The first wave in February was tied to a megachurch and centered on the fourth-largest city of Daegu. The second wave in August was tied to a fundamentalist church and anti-government rallies in Seoul. The government moved quickly to isolate and test these clusters. But the current crop of cases, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) says, appears to have no links to any major groups or events. Instead, the virus appears to be spreading quietly through community infection, involving small gatherings of family and friends and making the virus's path harder to trace. "Contact between people increased through travels, events and gatherings after the social distancing regulations eased in October," KDCA

  • Israeli Prime Minister Secretly Flew To Saudi Arabia, Israeli Media Reports

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 19:04:00

    Updated at 8:30 a.m. ET Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu secretly flew to Saudi Arabia on Sunday with his Mossad spy chief Yossi Cohen to meet Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, multiple Israeli media outlets reported. Saudi Arabia's government has denied the reports. It is the first such meeting between Israeli and Saudi leaders to be reported widely in Israeli media, and could be a signal that Israel, Saudi Arabia and the Trump administration are coordinating their stance on Iran before President-elect Joe Biden takes office. Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has denied that the reported meeting with Netanyahu took place, saying "the only officials present were American and Saudi." Biden has said he'd consider reviving the Iran nuclear deal, which President Trump left at Israel's urging. Israel and Saudi Arabia, which share covert ties, both see Iran as an adversary. Netanyahu's office declined comment on the reported trip, but the

  • President-Elect Joe Biden To Name His Secretary Of State

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 18:42:00

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  • Trump's Legal Team Aims To Block States' Election Certifications

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 18:42:00

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  • What Can Police Do About Large Gatherings In Private Homes?

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 18:42:00

    Copyright 2020 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • Mask Mandates Work To Slow Spread Of Coronavirus, Kansas Study Finds

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 18:01:00

    It has become the battle cry of public health officials around the world: "Wear a mask to slow the spread." Friday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new evidence supporting this advice. Researchers analyzed coronavirus infection rates in Kansas following a statewide mask mandate. They found that counties that chose to enforce the mandate saw their cases decrease. Counties that chose to opt out saw their cases continue to rise. "This adds to the growing body of evidence that says large, widespread masking helps to slow the spread of COVID," says Dr. Aaron Carroll , a professor at Indiana University School of Medicine. Carroll cautions that this was not a randomized, controlled study and there could have been other factors at play (such as more physical distancing in social situations and fewer large gatherings) in the counties that were enforcing masks. Still, as the study notes, the findings were consistent with declines in coronavirus cases observed in 15

  • 12-Year-Old Boy Turns Downed Trees Into Baseball Bats

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 17:55:00

    Copyright 2020 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.

  • A Good Password Needs A Mix Of Letters, Numbers And Symbols

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 17:37:00

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  • AstraZeneca Trial Promises 'Highly Effective' COVID-19 Vaccine

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:28:00

    U.K.-based pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has developed a vaccine that initial results show to be "highly effective in preventing" COVID-19, the company announced Monday . The vaccine, developed with the University of Oxford, showed an average efficacy of 70% in preventing COVID-19, according to the company. However, that is an average of two dosing regimens — one involving two full doses at least a month apart that proved to be 62% effective. A second regimen, involving a half dose followed by a full dose at least one month later, was 90% effective, the company said. The analysis of clinical studies of the vaccine trial showed no hospitalizations or severe cases in participants receiving the drug. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted his excitement early Monday after AstraZeneca and Oxford announced their results. "Incredibly exciting news the Oxford vaccine has proved so effective in trials. There are still further safety checks ahead, but these are fantastic results," he

  • Angela Merkel Raises Concern Over Coronavirus Vaccine Plan For Poorer Countries

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:28:00

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel is raising concerns with the leaders of the world's wealthiest countries that when a coronavirus vaccine becomes available, poorer countries could miss out. Speaking on Sunday during a two-day virtual G20 global summit , Merkel said progress toward developing a system for distribution to less wealthy countries has been slow and that she would raise the issue with the global vaccine alliance, GAVI . "We will now speak with GAVI about when these negotiations will begin because I am somewhat worried that nothing has been done on that yet," she said . Merkel shared her concern just as pharmaceutical companies in the U.S. and U.K. have reported major progress in coronavirus vaccine development. That progress means U.S. recipients could get the vaccine as soon as Dec. 11, Dr. Moncef Slaoui, head of the coronavirus vaccine program, said this month. But Duke University researchers suggested earlier this month that poor countries may have to wait up to four years

  • Trump Is Running Out Of Time As Key States Set To Certify That Biden Won

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:16:00

    Most Republicans in Congress have been reluctant to suggest that President Trump concede the presidential election to Democrat Joe Biden. They argue that it's best to let Trump expend his legal options before they apply too much pressure. That pressure has been building and it could be about to go bust this week, with key states certifying the vote totals and making their results official. Michigan is set to do so Monday, which is also the deadline for Pennsylvania counties. Nevada follows on Tuesday. Arizona and Wisconsin have certification deadlines next week. Biden is ahead by more than 155,000 votes in Michigan , by more than 81,000 in Pennsylvania and by more than 33,000 in Nevada . Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Pat Toomey has called on Trump to accept the result. "President Trump has exhausted all plausible legal options to challenge the result of the presidential race in Pennsylvania," Toomey said in a statement responding to a Trump campaign loss in Pennsylvania federal court

  • Patrick Quinn, Co-Creator Of Ice Bucket Challenge, Dies At 37

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:02:00

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  • Battle Over Ethiopia's Defiant Northwest Region Of Tigray Ramps Up

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:02:00

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  • HBO Adapts Ta-Nehisi Coates' Best-Selling Book Into A Movie

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:02:00

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  • Why The Oil Industry Doesn't Fear Biden

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:02:00

    U.S. oil and gas companies will soon be facing a climate-conscious president who has vowed to transition away from the oil industry. So you might expect a sense of existential dread in the oil world about President-elect Joe Biden. Instead, there's a surprising amount of optimism. The U.S. oil and gas industry has transformed over the last decade or so, as a remarkable shale revolution turned the country into the world's top petroleum producer. Unlike President Trump, who is an ally of the industry, Biden has emphasized the devastating cost of carbon emissions for the climate. Nonetheless, the oil industry sees the president-elect as open to compromise — and likely constrained by a Republican Senate. "The gut reaction [to Biden's win] is that this isn't good news for the industry, but we're actually cautiously positive," says Jen Snyder, a director at Enverus, a company providing data and analytics to oil and gas companies. There are bound to be plenty of disagreements with Biden. He

  • Rep. Haaland: Cabinet Pick 'Would Mean A Lot To Indian Country'

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:02:00

    As President-elect Joe Biden continues to assemble his advisers and Cabinet, one name being floated could add another historic first to his administration. Politico reported Thursday that dozens of House Democrats sent a letter to Biden's transition team endorsing New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland for interior secretary. Haaland, 59, is a member of the Pueblo of Laguna. In 2018, she and Rep. Sharice Davids, D-Kan., became the first two Native American women elected to Congress. Haaland currently serves as the vice chair of the House Natural Resources Committee. If tapped for the Interior Department job, she would break another barrier as the first Native American Cabinet secretary. "First of all, it would mean a lot to Indian Country," Haaland told NPR's Rachel Martin, when asked about the potential nomination. "When Sharice [Davids] and I got sworn in, everybody was so happy. It means a lot to a group of people who have been here since time immemorial to know that they're truly being

  • Rural Areas Send Their Sickest Patients To The Cities, Straining Hospital Capacity

    wuga.org Monday, 23 November 2020 16:00:00

    Registered nurse Pascaline Muhindura has spent the last eight months treating COVID-19 patients at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. But when she returns home to her small town of Spring Hill, Kansas, she's often stunned by what she sees, like on a recent stop for carryout. "No one in the entire restaurant was wearing a mask," Muhindura says. "And there's no social distancing. I had to get out, 'cause I almost had a panic attack. I was like 'What is going on with people? Why are we still doing this?'" Many rural communities across the U.S. have resisted masks and calls for social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, but now rural counties are experiencing record-high infection and death rates Critically ill rural patients are often sent to city hospitals for high-level treatment, and as their numbers grow, some urban hospitals are buckling under the added strain. Kansas City has a mask mandate, but in many smaller communities nearby, masks aren't required — or

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