The data suggest a ‘likely’ link between COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, rare heart issues in adolescents, the CDC panel said- A CDC advice suggests a likely link between mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and occasional reports of heart inflammation in younger age groups, but found that the benefits of receiving a shot “clearly outweigh” the risks.
The COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Technical (VaST) Work Group, presented at the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting on Wednesday, said that “data available to date suggests there is a possibility of vaccine-related myocarditis. mRNA in adolescents and young adults. ” The group noted that myocarditis frequently appeared after the second dose, which was similar to the data reported by VAERS. – READ MORE
Fauci Says Deaths Of Americans Refusing To Get Vaccinated For COVID-19 “Completely Avoided ‘- On Tuesday, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci says any further COVID-19-related deaths in the United States are unfortunate because deaths from any variant of the coronavirus can be avoided at this point.
Fauci made his statement in an interview on CNN’s “The Lead” with host Jake Tapper. – READ MORE
Psaki Suggests Rape in Cities, Other Crimes Increase Due to ‘Gun Violence’ – White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki suggested at a press conference on Tuesday that rapes in cities and other violent crimes are on the rise because of gun violence.
“You said, yesterday, the President felt a lot – a lot of crime was seen as a result of gun violence, but statistics show that it’s not just gun crimes,” Fox News reporter Peter Doosit said. “Then why does the President think there will be a 30 percent increase in car thefts in DC, a 47 percent increase in robberies in New York City, or a 98 percent increase in rapes in Atlanta?” – READ MORE
Biden Admin Launches “Firearms Trafficking Strike Forces” In Liberal Cities – The Department of Justice announced Tuesday that they will use “strike forces” to crack down on illegal arms sales in U.S. capital cities.
The strike force will be launched within 30 days in Democrat -run New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington DC, San Francisco, and their respective metropolitan areas. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) will work with designated U.S. attorneys to target “firearms trafficking corridors,” according to a news release from the Justice Department. – READ MORE
While the NY DA dropped charges against the rioters, the NYPD watchdog terminated 39 officers deserving of punishment for responding to last year’s BLM riots – Following news that New York City district attorneys have dropped most of the charges against the rioters in recent months, an oversight board for the city police has recommended that 39 officers face disciplinary action. for their behavior in last year’s Black Lives Matter protests.
In a report released Monday, the Civilian Complaint Review Board concluded that 14 officers – including a captain and a sergeant – should face criminal charges for their conduct, while the remaining 25 should face disciplinary penalties from 1 to 10 days. – READ MORE
The city of Illinois abandoned the parade on July 4 over COVID-19 concerns but allowed the celebration of the tenth and Pride The city of Evanston, Illinois, just north of Chicago, joined communities across the United States in celebrating their first personal Juneteenth parade on Saturday, but some remained wondering why the celebration was for National Independence Day canceled.
The Evanston Fourth of July Association voted to cancel Independence Day events in the town as early as 2020 and opt for a virtual celebration instead – citing concerns over the ongoing coronavirus disease. – READ MORE
Biden Admin Told Small Businesses Struggle to Work Better on Amazon – The federal government is leading small businesses to do more business on Amazon to help them recover from the pandemic -induced economic crisis.
U.S. Commercial Service, a trade promotion agency, hosted a series of “Go Global” web sites with Amazon in June to teach small businesses how to access Singapore markets. and United Arab Emirates by becoming retailers of the e-commerce behemoth. Some traders wept bitterly, blaming Amazon for their misfortunes. – READ MORE
US Loses 1.2 Million Workers to Early Retirement – Consistent with a recent analysis from Goldman economists, the U.S. could easily experience permanent loss of nearly 1.2 million workers from early retirement and declining immigration. That’s the bad news; the good news – Goldman agrees – is that young workers who are reluctant to return to work are even more likely to do so once they lose those temporarily disincentives to work (later this year). As a result, Goldman is looking for the labor force participation rate to rise to 100bps next year in addition to 62.6% (if 0.8% still below the 63.4% pre-pandemic rate).
Why does this matter? Because while the labor market is now a general shitshow due to Democratic policies that increasingly pay potential workers with nothing to do but work, bringing the record 9.3 million openings in work – READ MORE
Is ‘Casedemic’ over? Rich Countries Focus on Hospitals As COVID Becomes “Endemic” Like Flu – Some experts have questioned whether a “booster” dose will be needed for most healthy people in the coming months as epidemiologists continue to monitor the spread of the “Delta” mutant COVID strain component responsible. of the UK’s decision to delay lifting its lockdown. In rich countries like the US, the link between infections and deaths has decreased. Now, in some areas, however, the focus is shifting to learning to live with COVID, as we know how to survive the flu.
In this example, the number of confirmed cases is not as important as the number who have been hospitalized. – READ MORE