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Corona virus vaccines are on the way to locations around the country, and officials say they expect 100million people in the US will be vaccinated by the end of March. 40 million doses are set to be distributed by the end of this month. NPR’s Selena Simmons-Duffin reports the first doses will be delivered to all 50 states tomorrow.
Next it’s the rush to start getting people vaccinated, to try to slow and eventually end the pandemic. The federal government is coordinating distribution to predetermined sites around each state, then it falls to state and local health department and health care providers to actually start administering the shots. It may take a few days of provider training about how to properly give the vaccine for the campaign to really get under way. Selena Simmons-Duffin, NPR news.

This as the number of confirmed cases in the US continues to grow, now topping 6.1 billion cases, with nearly 300,000 death, that according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Hospitals in many states say they are at capacity with ICU beds filled as they face a shortage of hospital staff. And as the number of corona virus cases rises around Europe, France is loosening restrictions on nursing homes starting this week so the residents can spend time with their families. As NPR’s Eleanor Beardsley reports, they will be able to receive visitors, even if they have tested positive for the corona virus.

The deputy health minister in charge of elderly affairs said that injecting the spirit of Christmas into nursing homes is essential to maintain family ties and fight loneliness. About a third of Frances nearly 58,000 corona virus death have occurred in retirement homes where residents have been subjected to strict confinement measures. France has just emerged from the second national lockdown, the tight restrictions helped curb new cases, but the prime minister says the country is still in the midst of a second wave of the virus. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news, Paris.

Protectors tore down black lives matter signs at two historically black churches in D.C after pro Trump rallies on Saturday, NPR’s Joel Rose reports.

Videos posted on social media appear to show a group of white protestors tearing down a black lives matter sign at one church and setting the sign from the second church on fire in the street. The pastor at the church compared the scene to a cross burning. The incident came after a rally in support of president Trump’s false claimed that he won a second term that attracted a large contingent of proud boys, a self proclaimed Western chauvinists organization which is widely considered a hate group, Anthony laranza Green is a co organizer with black lives matter D.C.
“The police apartments allow white supremacists to tear down and destroy property from a black church, burn it on the ground, stand back and watch it.”
DC police say they are investigating the incidents as possible hate crimes.

This is NPR.

President Trump says he will veto the annual defense bill that covers the military’s budgets and raises for service members, he is adding unspecified concerns about China, tweeting today “the China is the biggest winner in the bill”. The Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the bill will help deter Chinese aggression. Earlier Trump said it was because the bill does not repeal legal protections for social media companies, but both the House and Senate passed that legislation by veto prove numbers.

In southern Utah some tribal leaders are preparing for a new Biden-Harris administration by calling for bears ears’ national monument to be restored to its original size after it was dramatically cut by the Trump administration. Ryan Heinsius of member station KNAU has more.

Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez and others want president-elect Joe Biden to reestablish the monuments nearly 2-million-acre original size after he takes office next month.
The Navajo Hopi and three other south western tribes say the area is their ancestral home and culturally and spiritually crucial. They worry without federal protection it’s in danger of energy development, looting and vandalism. During the 2020 campaign Biden signaled he may use the Antiquities Act to reverse the Trump administration’s 2017order that’s slashed Bears Ear by 85% and the nearby Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument by half. For NPR news I am Ryan Heinsius in flagstaff.

And I’m Jenny Herbst.
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Coronavirus vaccines are on the way to locations around the country. And officials say they expect 100 million people in the US would be vaccinated by the end of March. 40 million doses are said to be distributed by the end of this month. NPR's Selena Simmons-Duffin reports, the first doses will be delivered to our 50 states tomorrow. Next step is to rush getting people vaccinated, to try to slow and eventually end the pandemic. The federal government is coordinating distribution to pre-determine size around each state then it falls to states' local health departments and healthcare providers to actually start administrating the shoots. It may take a few day of providers training about how to properly get this vaccine for the campaign to really get underway. Selena Simmons-Duffin, NPR news.

This as the number of confirmed cases in the US continues to grow, now topping 6.1 million cases with nearly 300 thousand deaths. That's according to data from John Hopkins University. Hospitals in many states say they lack capacity with ICU beds filled as they face shortage of hospital staffs. And as the number of coronavirus case rises around Europe, France is loosening restriction on nursing homes, starting this week, said that residents can spend time with their families. As NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, they will be able to receive visitors even if they tested positive for the coronavirus. The deputy health minister in charge of elderly affairs said that injecting the spirit of Christmas into nursing homes is essential to maintain family ties and fight loneliness. About a third of France's nearly 58,000 coronavirus deaths have occurred in retirement homes where residents have been subjected to strict confinement measures. France has just emerged from a second national law-bound on the tight restriction help curb new cases, but the Prime Minister said the country is still in the mist of the 2nd wave of the virus. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR news, Pairs.

Protesters tore down Black Lives Matter sign of 2 historical black churches in DC after Pro-Trump rallies on Saturday. NPR's Joel Rose reports. Video posted on social media appeared to show a group of white protesters tearing down a Black Lives Matter sign at one church, and setting the sign from a second church on fire in the street. The pastor of the church compared the scene to a cross-burning. Incidents came after a rally in support of President Trump's false claim that he won a second term. That attracted a large contingent of Proud Boys self-proclaimed as "Western Chauvinist" organization which is widely considered a hate group. Anthony Lorenzo Green is a co-organizer with Black Lives Matter DC. "How police department allow white supremacists to tear down and destroy properties from a black church, burned on the ground, stand back and watch it?" DC police say they're investigating the incidents as possible hate crime.

This is NPR.

President Trump says he will veto the Annual Defense Bill that covers the military budget and raises for service member. He's citing unspecified concerns about China tweeting today that "China is the biggest winner in the bill". But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the bill will help deter Chinese aggression. Earlier Trump said it was because the bill does not repeal legal protection for social media companies, but both the House and the Senate passed that legislation by veto-proof numbers.

In Southern Utah, some tribal leaders are preparing for a new Biden-Here-Administration by calling for Bears Ears National Monument to be restored to its original size. Efforts were dramatically cut by the Trump administration, Ryan Hunsher from member station KNAU has more. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez and others want president-elect Joe Biden to re-establish the monument to nearly 2 million acre original size after he takes office next month. The Navajo *** and 3 other southwestern tribes say the area is their ancestors' home and culturally and spiritually crucial. They worry without federal protection it's in danger of energy development ruining and vandalism. During the 2020 campaign Biden signaled he may use the Integrity Act to reverse the Trump administration 2017 order that slashed Bears Ears by 85%, and a nearby Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument by half. For NPR news, I'm Ryan Hunsher, in Flagstaff.

And I'm Jeanine Herbst, and you're listening to NPR news.
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Coronovirus vaccines are on the way to locations around the country. And the officials say they expect 100 million people in the US will be vaccinated by the end of March. Fourty million doses are said to be distributed by the end of this month. NPR S reports the first doses will be delivered to all 50 states tomorrow.
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Live from NPR news, I am Jenny Herbst.

Coronavirus vaccines are on the way to locations around the country, and officials say they expect 100 million people in the US will be vaccinated by the end of March. 40 million doses are set to be distributed by the end of this month. NPR's Selena Simmons-Duffin reports the first doses will be delivered to all 50 states tomorrow.
  Next is the rush to start getting people vaccinated, to try to slow and eventually end the pandemic. The federal government is coordinating distribution to predetermined sites around each state, then it falls to state and local health department and health care providers to actually start administering the shots. It may take a few days of provider training about how to properly give the vaccine for the campaign to really get under way.
  Selena Simmons-Duffin, NPR news.


This is as the number of confirmed cases in the US continues to grow, now topping 6.1 million cases, with nearly 300,000 deaths, that's according to data from Johns-Hopkins University. Hospitals in many states say they are at capacity with ICU beds filled as they face a shortage of hospital staff. And as the number of coronavirus cases rises around Europe, France is loosening restrictions on nursing homes starting this week so that residents can spend time with their families. As NPR’s Eleanor Beardsley reports, they will be able to receive visitors, even if they have tested positive for the coronavirus.
  The Deputy Health Minister in charge of elderly affairs said that injecting the spirit of Christmas into nursing homes is essential to maintain family ties and fight loneliness. About a third of France's nearly 58,000 coronavirus deaths have occurred in retirement homes where residents have been subjected to strict confinement measures. France has just emerged from the second national lockdown, the tight restrictions helped curb new cases, but the Prime Minister says the country is still in the midst of the second wave of the virus. Eleanor Beardsley NPR news, Paris.


Protectors tore down Black-Lives-Matters signs at two historically black churches in D.C after pro-Trump rallies on Saturday. NPR’s Joel Rose reports.
  Videos posted on social media appear to show a group of white protestors tearing down a Black-Lives-Matter sign at one church and setting the sign from a second church on fire in the street. The pastor of the church compared the scene to a cross burning. The incidents came after a rally in support of president Trump's false claims that he won a second term that attracted a large contingent of Proud Boys, a self proclaimed Western Chauvinists organization which is widely considered a hate group, Anthony laranza Green is a co organizer with Black-Lives-Matter in D.C.
  "How police department allowed White Supremacists to tear down and destroy property from a black church, burn it on the ground, stand back and watching?"
  DC police say they are investigating the incidents as possible hate crimes.


President Trump says he will veto the Annual Defense Bill that covers the military's budget and raises for service members. He's citing unspecified concerns about China, tweeting today "the China is the biggest winner in the bill". But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the bill will help deter Chinese aggression. Earlier Trump said it was because the bill does not repeal legal protections for social media companies, but both the House and Senate passed that legislation by veto-proof numbers. 参众两院以不受否决的票数通过了该法案。


In southern Utah, some tribal leaders are preparing for a new Biden-Harris administration by calling for Bears Ears National Monument to be restored to its original size after it was dramatically cut by the Trump administration. Ryan Heinsius of member station KNAU has more.
  Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and others want president-elect Joe Biden to reestablish the monuments nearly 2-million-acre original size after he takes office next month. The Navajo, Hopi and three other south western tribes say the area is their ancestral home and culturally and spiritually crucial. They worry without federal protection it's in danger of energy development, looting and vandalism. During the 2020 campaign Biden signaled he may use the Antiquities Act文物保护法案 to reverse the Trump administration's 2017 order that slashed Bears Ears by 85% and the nearby Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument by half.
  For NPR news I am Ryan Heinsius in flagstaff.

And I’m Jenny Herbst.
And you are listening to NPR news.
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