The CDC reversed course on July 27, saying fully vaccinated Americans in areas with substantial is within the states acceptable range. Boris on the back foot at the UN but at least hes not in London While Jennifer Arcuri was being quizzed in the UK capital, the PM was messing it up in New York Analysis: the two leaders have found common ground in some areas, though dividing lines remain children commissioner urges funds for school catch up and hails heroic generation after Big Ask survey Esmeralda, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lincoln, Lyon, Mineral, Ne, store, and Washoe counties. By registering, you agree to in Nevada, with an increase of 37,486 since over the weekend. SNHD is now reporting 25 new breakthrough deaths from Sept. 2 to Sept. 16 and Almost all of Nevada is labeled as a high transmission area. testates health department reports3,039,796 doses of the COVID-19 goal, on May 17 and climbed above url it on June 28.


House leaders have been trying to broker a deal that will get all Democrats on board and move the Senate-passed infrastructure bill to Biden for his signature. The package is one of his top legislative priorities. But those efforts keep running into roadblocks. Two moderate Senate Democrats — Joe Manchin, of West Virginia, and Kyrsten Sinema , of Arizona — have made clear, however, that the price tag is too expensive. Progressives have grown frustrated with the two senators. Biden told Democratic lawmakers during the afternoon meeting that negotiations on the social safety bill have lower the price tag, ranging between $1.9 and $2.3 trillion, according to multiple sources who attended the meeting. The president emphasized that a topline number would have to be within that range, sources told NBC News. This range, however, would significantly slash the $3.5 trillion in spending that the White House and progressives desired. In addition, Manchin has said he would not be inclined to support anything over $1.5 trillion for the social spending bill.

1 Travelers trying to reunite have become online sleuths, looking for any sign of a reopening date. Late last week, a blogger tracking the U.K.-U.S. reopening for travelers shared a screenshot of a direct message conversation with United Airlines that said the U.S. plan to "lift geographic travel ban restrictions'' beginning Nov. 1.  I’ve been speaking with United Airlines this morning, looks straight from the source like they presume the US Travel Ban will be lifted from November 1st. Again nothing confirmed until White House says. #LoveIsNotTourism #liftthetravelban — World Traveller (@SammualM) September 24, 2021 United spokesperson Nicole Carriere said there is no update to the timing beyond the government's announcement of early November. However, Austria's ambassador to the United States, Martin Weiss, told a traveler who reached out via Twitter on Friday that the target date is Nov. 1.   There is unfortunately no date certain yet. [Construction]

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern. New Zealand Covid update: cases drop to 15 as Ardern unveils ‘Mr Whippy-style’ vaccination buses Infections are half those of a day earlier and all affected are household contacts of existing cases New Zealand reported 15 new Covid cases on Tuesday, less than half of those recorded a day earlier. Photograph: Getty Images New Zealand reported 15 new Covid cases on Tuesday, less than half of those recorded a day earlier. Photograph: Getty Images Last modified on Mon 13 Sep 2021 22.39 EDT Covid-19 cases in New Zealand have dropped, a hopeful sign as Auckland enters what the government has planned to be its last week of level four lockdown. The country announced 15 new cases on Tuesday, a halving of case numbers from Monday’s 33 . At this stage of the outbreak, the government is particularly attentive to how many of those cases are clearly linked to existing infections, as unlinked cases could indicate the virus is spreading unchecked through the community. All of Tuesday’s cases were household contacts of existing cases, director general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said, and the total number of cases that remain unlinked across the outbreak is down to 10, from 17 on Monday. The Auckland region is now in its fourth week of a level four lockdown, the strictest level of restrictions. The rest of the country left lockdown last week , although there are still some restrictions in place on gathering size and mask use. The prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, said on Monday that government had made an “in principle” decision that Auckland would shift from alert level four to three next week.