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    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Milpitas shuttle program should be more robust Re. “Milpitas to spend $1.3 million for an on-demand shuttle program,” Page B1, Oct. 6: As a lifelong resident of California and local to the area, I feel that this program will be very beneficial. My only concern...
    It sounds like the plot of a horror movie in space. A few days ago, Mars was called the “solar link”. That is, at that moment when the red planet behind the sun is hidden from us. This happens almost every two years and for a few days, the interactions between the Earth and the gadgets on the Earth’s surface....
    TORONTO (AP) — Tyler Toffoli had just filled the net on back-to-back nights against his former team. The Montreal winger registered a hat trick in a 6-5 shootout loss to Vancouver and followed that up with two goals and an assist 24 hours later in a 7-3 victory. Toffoli then spent a day off mostly alone in his hotel room...
    Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Vaccines are pathway to normal CSU life As a college student who has recently fallen victim to the pesky delta variant, I am eternally grateful I was vaccinated beforehand. My symptoms were annoying and inconvenient rather than life-threatening. My mild case can only...
    In fact, Fauci has admitted to increasing his public prediction of the COVID herd immunity threshold to coerce more Americans to get vaccinated. For example, Fauci first estimated last year that 60%-70% of the population would need vaccination to achieve herd immunity. He revised that forecast several times, eventually telling the New York Times that as much as 90% of...
    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, accused President Biden of "moving the goalposts" on Monday after the president hinted to reporters that up to 98% of Americans may need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before we return to normal. Biden received his booster shot at the White House on Monday when he was asked by a reporter how many Americans will need...
    (KHN)Within a day of testing positive for covid-19 in June, Miranda Kelly was sick enough to be scared. At 44, with diabetes and high blood pressure, Kelly, a certified nursing assistant, was having trouble breathing, symptoms serious enough to send her to the emergency room.When her husband, Joe, 46, fell ill with the virus, too, she really got worried, especially...
    Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said Sunday that a return to normalcy will happen “within a year” despite new strains of COVID-19 emerging. Bourla appeared on the Sunday broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” where he was asked to comment on Moderna CEO’s opinion of the pandemic being over in a year. “I agree that, within a year, I think we will...
    Fauci's latest remarks came on the heels of a Monday interview in which he said that the United States could see a semblance of normalcy by fall or winter 2022. He issued an apology after that interview, and said that he misspoke. What are the details? Fauci, President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser, told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Monday...
    The 2021 college football season holds the promise of a return to normal after a pandemic-wrecked fall led to cancellations, postponements and headache after headache. The games are on. Fans are getting ready to head back into the stadiums. College sports is entering a new era, with less-restrictive transfer rules and players who are permitted for the first time to...
    When the coronavirus pandemic hit for real last March, forcing restaurants and other businesses to close their doors, it felt like a scene from a bad Tom Cruise movie where aliens were invading and life as we know had ceased to exist. For restauranteurs, many with a small to non-existent safety net to begin with, the situation was dire to...
    Getty Levi Onwuzurike on the field during Lions training camp in July 2021. Managing injuries can be a significant part of training camp ahead of the regular season, and while many might have been frustrated not to see defensive lineman Levi Onwuzurike on the field consistently, that was by design. The Detroit Lions were electing to keep Onwuzurike...
    August 17, 2021 August 18, 2021 0 In front of a cinema in the Greenwich Village neighborhood, Thisbe has her entrance ticket in her hand and her vaccination card against covid-19. Since Tuesday that certificate is the “open sesame” for many activities in New York where the pandemic left its mark. “I feel more comfortable if everyone is...
    DES PLAINES, Ill. (CBS) — They call it boot camp — an intense training program for young opera singers here in the Chicago area. CBS 2’s Jim Williams tells us they’re thrilled to back on stage after pandemic sidelined them a year ago READ MORE: Niece Of Brian Urlacher Suspended From School For Refusing To Wear Mask They come from...
    Singapore’s Health Ministry announced Friday it will ease Chinese coronavirus restrictions across the city-state for vaccinated people starting August 10. The relaxed virus protocol will allow public and private venues to increase their capacity allowances for large-scale events such as weddings, religious worship services, live performances, and spectator sports. Large events may increase their attendance caps to 500 people if...
    After 10 impossible months, it seems that players around the world are about to buy the PlayStation 5 without signing up for lists or Telegram groups. Getting a PS5 is like passing the 12 tests of Asterix, something difficult, little fun but with a goal that was worth all the effort spent. The Sony console, one of the best creations...
    DENVER (CBS4)– If you’re someone with a return-to-work date looming over your head, you might be a little anxious about leaving the comfort of your home and heading back to a work environment that has a lot of uncertainties. Re-establishing the routine may take some time, from having to wake up a little earlier, dealing with more traffic on your...
    But for some fully vaccinated people, the news did not alleviate deeply felt fears about health and safety that had become embedded into their psyche. Rather than experiencing a sense of freedom, some continued to feel anxious about rejoining regular life with its crowds, open air, and free-floating pathogens. "After a year in isolation, many people who have developed an...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Johnson & Johnson reported strong second-quarter profit and revenue as the health care industry recovers from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and it raised its expectations for the year for both. The company reported net income of $6.28 billion, or $2.35 per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time events, were $2.48 per share, which easily...
                      by John Haughey  Independence Day 2020 was a lackluster affair for many, made all the sadder by attempts to celebrate July 4 amid pandemic-induced isolation without the parades, public firework shows and other communal and family gatherings that traditionally accompany the summer holiday. The city of Miami and others staged...
    US air travel has exceeded pre-pandemic levels for the first time and at least 44 million are expected to hit the roads this weekend as the nation celebrates a return to normality over July 4 weekend.  Almost 2.15 million people passed through US airport screening checkpoints Thursday, according to the Transportation Security Administration.  This dwarfs the 58,330 recorded on the same day in...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden welcomed the World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers to the White House on Friday, marking the return to a regular tradition the Covid-19 pandemic had interrupted.The trip to the White House has long been a hallmark of American sports as victorious teams get a chance to meet the president when their team visits Washington for a game...
    CARACAS, Venezuela — Socialist Dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on May 25 that a possible reopening of Venezuelan classrooms may occur in October 2021 after over a year of coronavirus lockdowns. The return to school would finally restore a modicum of normalcy to a country still undergoing a quasi-permanent Chinese coronavirus lockdown but, despite what Maduro and the socialist regime claim,...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — After a year of working at your kitchen table in your pajamas or sweats, the idea of going back into the office can be a bit overwhelming. But with each new month more and more people are returning to their desks. READ MORE: Heres Where MSP Will Have Extra Patrols On Wednesday There are so many nuances...
    Investors show no appetite for Chinese online grocery firms that just listed in the U.S. European stocks slip to end positive first half of 2021. U.S. equity futures steady. © Paul Weaver/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images A crowd of mostly unmasked people during Danville Business Alliance's 35th Annual Spring Fling street festival. As vaccinations rates go up, masks are coming...
    A crowd of mostly unmasked people during Danville Business Alliance's 35th Annual Spring Fling street festival. As vaccinations rates go up, masks are coming off, speeding up a return to normal. Paul Weaver/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images The US overtook New Zealand in June to become the best place to be during a global pandemic.  The latest ranking...
    A sizeable portion of Americans do not believe their lives will completely return to pre-pandemic normalcy, a Gallup survey released Monday found. The survey, taken June 14-20, among 4,843 American adults, asked respondents if they believe their lives will ever “get completely back to the ‘normal’ that existed before the coronavirus pandemic.” A plurality of Americans, 46, percent, said they...
    Sajid Javid has said that he wants a return to normal “as soon as possible”, following his appointment as health secretary. Mr Javid told the BBC after his recent promotion to the post of Secretary of State of Health and Social Care: “I was honoured to take up this position. I also know that it comes with huge responsibility, and I...
    In this article ABI-BEVIDEO5:3005:30AB InBev CEO on post-pandemic strategy, consumer recovery, olympicsSquawk BoxOutgoing Anheuser-Busch InBev CEO Carlos Brito told CNBC on Friday that people have been eager to return to pre-pandemic drinking routines as coronavirus vaccinations picked up across the U.S. and bars and restaurants faced fewer restrictions. "Once vaccines were being rolled out, we saw some states ahead of...
    In this article PFEPfizer CEO Albert Bourla addresses a press conference after a visit to oversee the production of the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine at the factory of U.S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer in Puurs, Belgium April 23, 2021.John Thys | Pool | ReutersPfizer CEO Albert Bourla told CNBC on Wednesday that he expects life could return to normal for developed countries...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- You'll notice things will look a bit different beginning Tuesday, June 15 at restaurants around the state.The "new" normal of course will be a return to the old. Restauranteurs warn it may take patrons a while to get used to it.RELATED: Outdoor dining parklets could become permanent in SF"It's going to be a little weird to...
    Since the coronavirus invaded our lives 15 months ago, we’ve been on an emotional journey that took us through isolation and despair, anger and grief. Some of us felt envy when others got vaccinated before us, others encountered anxiety as the restrictions that kept us safe for a year were slowly lifted. Now, as we prepare for a...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago's faithful are rejoicing as the city begins to return to normal, but they say it is more about the meaningful reconnection with a community that has been kept distant for so long.The Archdiocese of Chicago lifted many of the COVID-19 restrictions, including no more capacity limits, no masks or physical distancing for worshippers who are fully...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The countdown is on to California's long-awaited reopening on June 15. With a sense of normalcy about to return, many people are finding themselves with decidedly mixed feelings."First of all, we're glad that a lot more people aren't getting sick anymore... I'm glad we're in a position to be able to do it," said Mike Ferragamo...
    NAPA COUNTY (KPIX 5) — With California just days away from a full reopening, Napa County has already roared back to what many consider pre-pandemic speed. The return of business has also brought a lot of smiles. READ MORE: Fairfield Firefighters Respond to 3-Alarm Brush Fire Near Travis AFB “For most people, there’s so much pent-up demand,” said Tom Davies,...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – After more than a year, Philadelphia officially lifts its final COVID-19 restrictions. Beginning Friday, people in Philadelphia no longer have to wear masks inside – at most locations. Fishtown will be celebrating the end of the city’s indoor mask mandate in a big way Friday afternoon. There will be an official ribbon-cutting and a big party starting...
    (CNN)As variants of Covid-19 have spread in the US, the public health policy and programmatic responses have been largely consistent: vaccinate as soon as possible, mask up and keep social distancing. But as vaccinations have increased, there has been a collective relaxation of the masking and distancing that were previously indispensable public health measures. David Holtgrave While this may...
    DENVER (CBS4) – With case counts decreasing, vaccinations continuing to rise, and mask orders going away, the return to the office is imminent for thousands of workers in Colorado. Commercial real estate firms say they’re seeing companies contact them to discuss what the return for much of the workforce will look like. (credit: CBS) “What most companies said was, ‘What...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — People are returning to the Loop, and a new report from the Chicago Loop Alliance proves it. The May report from the organization said foot traffic downtown has climbed about 45 percent of normal. Meanwhile, the number of people in offices broke 20 percent of normal for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. READ MORE:...
    PITTSBURGH, PA (KDKA) – The year was filled with ups and downs, especially for school districts with teachers and students balancing the constant changes from online learning to in-person. “Of course, there was no playbook on a pandemic, at least in the United States,” said PPS Superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet. READ MORE: Is Dogecoin A Good Investment? Expert Suggests Avoiding...
    (CNN)Memorial Day weekend has brought back images of family gatherings and crowded beaches, but though things may look more normal, a clinical psychologist told CNN many people may still be dealing with emotional impacts from the Covid-19 pandemic."Whether it's someone they know that has Covid or someone that they know that died, or friends who talked about it or just...
    In a new study, USC researchers quantify just how much the pandemic has permeated our lives. The research found that financial, physical and mental hardships are widespread among all communities.Every day, people you come across often ask, "When will it be normal again?"New research from the USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research suggests nothing may ever be the...
    HOLIDAYS to Ibiza and Majorca are likely to be back to normal by the end of summer, the island's tourism director has confirmed. While Brits are yet to return to Spain, being on the UK's amber list, it is great news for families hoping to be back in time for the popular school holidays. 3Holidays to the Balearics could be...
    SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KGO) -- After a year of COVID-isolation, many Americans can be forgiven if they're feeling a sense of emotional whiplash.In a 2020 CDC Study, a third of U.S. adults reported some symptoms associated with anxiety or depression.WATCH LIVE THURSDAY: Your Mental Health - A Bay Area conversationClinical Psychologist Jonathan Horowitz, PH.D., is the founder of the San...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Gov. Gavin Newsom spoke to CBS13’s Steve Large in a one-on-one interview ahead of his big $75 billion budget surplus spending plan Friday. Newsom sat down to talk about small business help, and he also talked about small businesses suffering in downtown Sacramento with so many state workers now working remotely. READ MORE: 17-Year-Olds American River Drowning...