At one point he expressed concern that Biden would get the glory from pending coronavirus vaccines. "It's going to be a very hard thing to concede". "This was a rigged election", he said, adding elsewhere, "This race is far from over". Since November 3, the country has barely heard from Trump and he has only emerged from the White House a handful of times - mostly to travel across the line from Washington D.C.to Sterling, Virginia for a round of golf at his club there.
The land surrounding the volcano is being swept in "hot clouds and lava streams". Authorities from the country's Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center raised the level of alert in the area from three to four - the second-highest - and recommended the use of masks in order to protect the eyes and skin from the damaging effects of the ash.
Among those named was Jen Psaki , who will serve in the highly visible role of White House press secretary. During his campaign, Biden also made it a point that he wanted to "bring dogs back to the White House". This comes amid news that Biden is crafting an all-female senior communications team for the other parts of his administration. Psaki is the third Biden administration hire who has ties to WextExec Advisors , a Washington consulting firm stacked with Obama administration ...
Los Angeles County announced further restrictions to the current safer-at-home Health Officer order, as the five-day average for new COVID-19 cases surpassed the Public Health-set threshold of 4,500. In addition to the more than 200,000 new cases reported on Friday, more than 1,400 Americans died from the virus. Face coverings must be worn for all outdoor recreation activities except swimming.
Covishield- Serum Institute of India: "Covishield" is being developed by British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca in collaboration with UK's Oxford University. It added that the "claim is malicious because the volunteer was specifically informed by the medical team that the complications he suffered were independent of the vaccine trial he underwent".
President Muhammadu Buhari released a statement condemning the latest attack in Borno state. At least 43 people have been killed in what the Nigerian president has described as an "insane" attack in north-east Nigeria on Saturday. "I call for the perpetrators of this heinous and senseless act to be brought to justice". Insurgents also torched the rice farms before leaving, he said.