According to the CDC, masks can come off indoors if fully vaccinated. The first active military personnel were charged in connection with the parliamentary riots. The colonial pipeline is functioning again after a cyberattack, but President Biden says it may take “time” to replenish the gas supply, but “don’t panic.”
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Ready to throw away the mask?
Thursday’s CDC was relaxed before we all forgot what the lower half of everyone’s face would look like Indoor mask wearing guidance for fully vaccinated people. The new guidance will continue to require masks in crowded indoor environments such as buses, planes, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters, but will relax restrictions on reopening work and school. The CDC no longer recommends that fully vaccinated people wear masks outdoors in the crowd. The CDC and the Biden administration are facing pressure to ease restrictions on fully vaccinated people (those who have passed the last required dose of COVID-19 vaccine for two weeks).
Israel, Hamas escalate fierce fighting
Deaths continue to rise in the Gaza Strip The most serious outbreak of violence since the 2014 war.. Israel said Thursday that it had rallyed troops along the Gaza Frontier and convened 9,000 reserves ahead of a possible ground invasion of Hamas-controlled territory. In the midst of violence, militants fired rockets one after another, Israel carried out a wave of rattling airstrikes and raised smoke eruptions into the air, preparing Gaza residents for further devastation. .. The Gaza Ministry of Health said 103 Palestinians were killed and 530 were injured, including 27 children and 11 women. Hamas and Islamic Jihad militant groups have confirmed 20 deaths in their ranks. In Israel, seven people were killed, including a six-year-old boy.
The end of Ramadan: In the embarrassed Gaza Strip, Eid al-Fitr’s prayer calls echoed in shattered buildings and piles of rubble. When an Israeli military aircraft attacks the territory. Hamas, an Islamic extremist group that controls Gaza, urged its followers to write joint prayers in their homes and in the nearest mosques and avoid going outdoors. The Arabic word Eid al-Fitr, which means “festival of fasting,” marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
What everyone is talking about
“Don’t panic” with the pump
President Joe Biden has one message to the driver, “Don’t panic.”Biden said Thursday that important fuel transportation systems in the colonial pipeline were at full capacity after hackers took control and triggered them. Panic-Buying up gasoline throughout the southeastern United States. The president warned that replenishing the gas supply would “take time.” “It’s not like flicking a lamp switch,” Biden said, saying that the 5,500-mile pipeline has never been closed. Fuel shortages are expected to improve locally from this weekend to next week.
An active Marine Corps officer charged with an attack on the Capitol
Among the dozens of military-related people charged in connection with the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, a Marine Corps officer was arrested Thursday, making him the first active soldier. .. He was accused of his role in the riots. Major Christopher Warnagiris, 40, stationed at the Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia, has been accused of breaking through a line of police guarding the building into the Capitol. He faces several accusations, including assault, resistance or obstruction of officers, obstruction of law enforcement, and obstruction of justice. The Justice Department said it had charged four guards and reserves and about 40 veterans in an attack on the Capitol.
Minneapolis police officer trial postponed
Judge Peter Carhill said that due to the high level of attention in the case, there should be some distance between the trials of the three former Minneapolis police officers and the trial of Derek Chauvin. Argued to. Their trial will be postponed to March 2022. Thomas Lane, J. Three police officers, Quen and Tou Sao, were scheduled to be tried on August 23 on charges of beating in support of George Floyd’s death. Chauvin, a co-defendant of police, was convicted of murder and manslaughter. All four policemen are also faced with federal accusations of violating Floyd’s civil rights during his arrest on May 25, 2020.
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