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Live from NPR news I’m Jeanine Herbst.

Covid-19 hospitalizations appeared to have peaked in Texas after a massive surge sparked by holiday gatherings, but as Texas public radio’s Dominic Anthony Wash reports, hospitals are still experiencing a surge of patients in intensive care units around the state.

State data shows more than 13,000 Texans are hospitalized with covid-19, that’s more than that anytime during the summer surge, while new cases and hospitalizations appear to be trending down, the virus is still spreading rapidly. The state continues to report thousands of new cases every day, hospital capacity remains an issue, especially in intensive care units, federal figure shows more than 50 ICUs in the state report no available staff beds. Deaths are also on the rise. Daily death counts topped 420 for 3 days this past week, I’m Dominic Anthony Wash in saint Antonio.

More than 416,000 people have died from covid-19around the US, and there have been nearly 25 million confirmed cases of the corona virus, this according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

One year ago today, the Chinese city Wuhan went into lockdown, and for the next 76days, the city’s 11million residents were shut inside their own homes to contain the corona virus up a pandemic, NPR’s Emily Fang spent the last few days in Wuhan to get a sense of the city one year on.

A year ago, Wuhan streets were deserted and hospitals overcrowded, now life is nearly back to normal, though large gatherings are still forbidden. Many residents are proud Wuhan took strict measures early on. Others are angry about how harsh those measures were. Wuhan is celebrating months without a single new corona virus case although dozens of new cases appeared in at least 3 provinces across China. The state has also arrested or vilified any one with the slightest criticism of China’s early mishaps in containing the virus. One blogger Fang Bin who documented the early desperate days of the lockdown, has simply gone missing after being arrested. Emily Fang, NPR news Beijing.

President Biden reversed the travel ban that affected several majority muslin nations, as David Condoles of the Kansas news service reports than means some immigrants could be reunited with loved ones they haven’t seen in years.

Ilama Mohammad is a Somali American in garden city Kansas, she says some of her relatives have been closely following the US election on their TVs in African refugee camps. And for them, Biden’s executive order reversing the travel ban brought celebration and relief.
It’s a lot special, it was very difficult and their family’s back so they are very happy, they have a lot of hope, before they never had any hope.
Mohammad says some of the Somalians she knows in the US and abroad are already making travel plans. The ban had been in place for 4 years this month. For NPR news I’m David Condoles.

And you are listening to NPR news.

There was one winning ticket in the one-billion-dollar mega million’s lottery, it was purchased in Michigan.as NPR’s Matthew Schuers reports it’s one of the largest jackpots in the nation’s history.

With just 6 numbers drawn Friday night, a ticket sold at a Michigan grocery store made somebody one of the richest people in the country. The winning numbers:4,24,42,50,60and the mega ball of 24. The ticket was purchased at a Kroger in Novi, a suburb of Detroit, the winner has not yet come forward, it’s the second largest jackpot in the history of mega millions and they won’t have to split the money, because only one ticket got all 6 numbers right, throughout the entire country. If they take the upfront cash option, that’s nearly 780 million dollars before taxes, the odds of winning were about one in 300 million. Matthew Schuers NPR news Washington.

The world’s most famous sled dog race has lost another major sponsor, ExxonMobil a sponsor since 1978 says it will end its relationship with the event after this year’s shortened race. People for the ethical treatment of animals has lobbied ExxonMobil for years to drop its sponsorship of the Iditarod race in Alaska. PETA says that they are not going to stop until dogs are no longer forced to race until they are dead, Exxon sized economic reasons but also says the health and safety of the dogs is important. The Iditarod has only one sponsor left, the Millennium hotel in Anchorage.

I’m Jeanine Herbst and you are listening to NPR news.
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Live from NPR news I’m Jeanine Herbst.

Covid-19 hospitalizations appeared to have peaked in Texas after a massive surge sparked by holiday gatherings, but as Texas public radio’s Dominic Anthony Wash reports, hospitals are still experiencing a surge of patients in intensive care units around the state.

State data shows more than 13,000 Texans are hospitalized with covid-19, that’s more than that anytime during the summer surge, while new cases and hospitalizations appear to be trending down, the virus is still spreading rapidly. The state continues to report thousands of new cases every day, hospital capacity remains an issue, especially in intensive care units, federal figure shows more than 50 ICUs in the state report no available staff beds. Deaths are also on the rise. Daily death counts topped 420 for 3 days this past week, I’m Dominic Anthony Wash in saint Antonio.

More than 416,000 people have died from covid-19around the US, and there have been nearly 25 million confirmed cases of the corona virus, this according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

One year ago today, the Chinese city Wuhan went into lockdown, and for the next 76days, the city’s 11million residents were shut inside their own homes to contain the corona virus up a pandemic, NPR’s Emily Fang spent the last few days in Wuhan to get a sense of the city one year on.

A year ago, Wuhan streets were deserted and hospitals overcrowded, now life is nearly back to normal, though large gatherings are still forbidden. Many residents are proud Wuhan took strict measures early on. Others are angry about how harsh those measures were. Wuhan is celebrating months without a single new corona virus case although dozens of new cases appeared in at least 3 provinces across China. The state has also arrested or vilified any one with the slightest criticism of China’s early mishaps in containing the virus. One blogger Fang Bin who documented the early desperate days of the lockdown, has simply gone missing after being arrested. Emily Fang, NPR news Beijing.

President Biden reversed the travel ban that affected several majority muslin nations, as David Condoles of the Kansas news service reports than means some immigrants could be reunited with loved ones they haven’t seen in years.

Ilama Mohammad is a Somali American in garden city Kansas, she says some of her relatives have been closely following the US election on their TVs in African refugee camps. And for them, Biden’s executive order reversing the travel ban brought celebration and relief.
It’s a lot special, it was very difficult and their family’s back so they are very happy, they have a lot of hope, before they never had any hope.
Mohammad says some of the Somalians she knows in the US and abroad are already making travel plans. The ban had been in place for 4 years this month. For NPR news I’m David Condoles.

And you are listening to NPR news.

There was one winning ticket in the one-billion-dollar mega million’s lottery, it was purchased in Michigan.as NPR’s Matthew Schuers reports it’s one of the largest jackpots in the nation’s history.

With just 6 numbers drawn Friday night, a ticket sold at a Michigan grocery store made somebody one of the richest people in the country. The winning numbers:4,24,42,50,60and the mega ball of 24. The ticket was purchased at a Kroger in Novi, a suburb of Detroit, the winner has not yet come forward, it’s the second largest jackpot in the history of mega millions and they won’t have to split the money, because only one ticket got all 6 numbers right, throughout the entire country. If they take the upfront cash option, that’s nearly 780 million dollars before taxes, the odds of winning were about one in 300 million. Matthew Schuers NPR news Washington.

The world’s most famous sled dog race has lost another major sponsor, ExxonMobil a sponsor since 1978 says it will end its relationship with the event after this year’s shortened race. People for the ethical treatment of animals has lobbied ExxonMobil for years to drop its sponsorship of the Iditarod race in Alaska. PETA says that they are not going to stop until dogs are no longer forced to race until they are dead, Exxon sized economic reasons but also says the health and safety of the dogs is important. The Iditarod has only one sponsor left, the Millennium hotel in Anchorage.

I’m Jeanine Herbst and you are listening to NPR news.
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