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[Homework]NPR 2020-07-18

This week the Trump's administration told hospitals to stop reporting corona virus 19 data to US center for disease control and prevention. Senator D and both send letter desit that changes. Democrat Congress asked the whitehouse to reverse the decision that suspended CDC of its rolling collecting corona virus 19 centramession from hospitals.Data on hospital's capacity is now required to report directly to the deparments of health services which oversees CDC.And later a address of handful whitehouse corona virus tasks force,44 Senator Democrats urged the Trump's administration to withdraw the reporting gudiences causing a confusing and harmful and sending burdens on hosiptals in compromising transparent and stays access to the data. A separate later from half democrats call for the guidence to be resended immediately.
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1.    This week, the Trump adm told hospitals to stop reporting Covid-19 data to the US CDC. Senate and House democrats, both sent letters to the Trump adm objecting to that change. More from NPR's XX.
Democrats in Congress are asking the White House to reverse the decision taht strips the CDC of its role in collecting critical cv information from hospitals. Data on hospital capacity is now required to be reported directly to the Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the CDC. In a letter addressed to the head of the White House cv task force. 44 Senate democrats urged the Trump adm to withdraw the new reporting guidance, calling it confusing and harmful and saying that it adds a burden to hospitals and compromises transparency and states access to the data. A separate letter from House democrats called for the guidance to be rescinded immediately


2.    NYC Mayor De Blosio says while it appears the city is on track to begin phase-4 reopening next week, formal approval has not yet been given. Well, the Mayor did say a limited version of the phase-4 reopening process is already occoured in some other parts of the state will start there Monday. The city is assumed to allow some movies and tv crews to resume filming, zoos to open to reduce crowds, ___ sports teams to play to empty seats. Malls, museums and indoor restaurant dining rooms will remain shuttered.


3.    In New York, long time Congressman Eliot Engel has lost his bid to run for a 17 term representing parts of the Bronx, Westchester County. As NPR's XX reports, he's been defeated in the democratic primary by a former school pricipal and progressive Jamaal Bowman.
Jamaal Bowman received high profiled endorsements from progressive leaders, including New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez. He declared victory shortly after New York's June 23rd primary. The Associated Press didn't called the race until now to continue counting of absentee ballots. Incumbent Congressman Engel held the seat for 31 years and currently serves as chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. After the race was called, Bowman Twitted:  I'm a black man who was raised by a single mother in a housing project. That story doesn't usually end in Congress. But today, that 11-year-old boy who was beaten by police is about to be your next representative.


4.    Federal Reserves announced today it's opening one of its lending programs to nonprofit groups, including hospitals, educational institutions, and social service organizations. The Fed today is saying its $600 billion mainstreet lending program, which is targeted toward mid-size businesses could soon be extended to non-profits, with at least 10 employees. The downments______is less than $3 billion.


5.   Stocks bounced around before closing on a mix note today, the Dow was down 62 points. The Nasdaq closed up 29 point.


6.    The three white men accused of murdering a black jogger in Georgia have pleaded not guilty in the case. Lawyers for one of those defendants asking the judge to free his client on bond, even as the victim's mother on court said he should stay locked up. On the Arbery's killing outside the coastal city of Brunswick was documented on cell phone video. A former police officer, 64-year-old, Gregery McMichael and his son Traverson and one other man are charged with the killing the 25-year-old man hwo was jogging through their neighborhood.


7.    A new Oxford University studies suggesting Britain may have reached a level of herd immunity that could be sufficient to forestall a second wave of cv infections this fall. NPR's XX has details from London.
Oxford scientists think many people here may have already be immune to the disease, but____they haven't ever call it, which they say would lower the threshold for herd immunity to as little as 20% of the British population. Scientists think that could mean as few as 13 million Britons would need to be inffected with virus to prevent another epidemic. Exports say a lot of people here may have already developed immunity after being exposed to similar viruses in the past including the common cold. And that the second peak is expected this fall might result in far fewer death. The Oxford model has not yet been peer reviewd.


8.     Financially strapped at a base, cruise ship line Holland America is selling 4 of its ships as the cvp has brought the industry to a halt. This week, the US CDC move to extend the ban on cruises in US waters to the end of September. Holland America  says all cruises that have been booked on the 4 ships to be sold will be canceled or changed.
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