12:11 PM 1/5/2021 - Coronavirus: Germany poised to extend nationwide lockdown amid high infections and deaths
At least 944 deaths were reported on Tuesday, taking Germany's official coronavirus death toll to 35,518.
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After dueling rallies by the president and president-elect, Georgia voters are lining up to cast their ballots in the state's two Senate runoffs. CBS News political analysts Leslie Sanchez and Antjuan Seawright spoke with CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers about what both parties are doing to get out the vote.
Congress is preparing to meet Wednesday to certify President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the November election, as President Trump pressures Republican lawmakers to challenge the results. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN with the latest.
The future of the U.S. Senate is at stake as voters in Georgia head to the polls to cast ballots in two key runoff elections. This comes as President Trump ramps up baseless voter fraud claims and pushes Senate Republicans to challenge the Electoral College results. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns reports on latest developments and Politico's Senate campaign reporter James Arkin joins CBSN with in-depth analysis.
Voters in Georgia are heading to the polls as Republicans and Democrats vie for a majority in the Senate. All four candidates in the two runoff elections have spent tens of millions of dollars, and both President Trump and President-elect Joe Biden have led campaign rallies. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN from Atlanta to break down the latest developments.
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A machine developed by an Israeli firm that can turn air into water using only the power of the sun is helping to bring much-needed drinking-water to the Gaza Strip, where a lack of rainfall and poor infrastructure is leading to a worsening water crisis.
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Protesters arrived at Senator Josh Hawley's Washington, D.C., home while he was in his home state of Missouri.
Hawley was the first Republican senator to announce that he plans to raise objections when Congress meets for a joint-session meeting later this week for the final certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s win.
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Hurwitz called Israeli politician Naftali Bennett a “cancer to Judaism.”
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo updates on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Video Post – U.S. to Require All U.K. Arrivals to Show Negative COVID-19 Test in Bid to Stop Spread
(ATLANTA) — The United States will require airline passengers from Britain to get a negative COVID-19 test before their flight, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced late Thursday.
The U.S. is the latest country to announce new travel restrictions because of a new variant of the coronavirus that is spreading in Britain and elsewhere.
Airline passengers from the United Kingdom will need to get negative COVID-19 tests within three days of their trip and provide the results to the airline, the CDC said in a statement. The agency said the order will be signed Friday and go into effect on Monday.
“If a passenger chooses not to take a test, the airline must deny boarding to the passenger,” the CDC said in its statement.
The agency said because of travel restrictions in place since March, air travel to the U.S. from the U.K. is already down by 90%.
Last weekend, Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the new variant of the coronavirus seemed to spread more easily than earlier ones and was moving rapidly through England. But Johnson stressed “there’s no evidence to suggest it is more lethal or causes more severe illness,” or that vaccines will be less effective against it.
This week, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said three airlines with flights from London to New York — British Airways, Delta and Virgin Atlantic — had agreed to require passengers to take a COVID-19 test before getting on the plane. United Airlines on Thursday agreed to do the same for its flights to Newark, New Jersey.
Britain has been under considerable pressure since the word of the new variant of the virus was made public. Some 40 countries imposed travel bans on Britain, leaving the island nation increasingly isolated.
France relaxed its coronavirus-related ban on trucks from Britain on Tuesday after a two-day standoff that had stranded thousands of drivers and raised fears of Christmastime food shortages in the U.K.
French authorities said delivery drivers could enter by ferry or tunnel provided they showed proof of a negative test for the virus.
But the French restrictions were particularly worrisome, given that Britain relies heavily on its cross-Channel commercial links to the continent for food this time of year.
New US cases raise fears UK Covid variant is already widespread – The Guardian – 4:54 AM 1/2/2021
Some experts predict the next month could be the worst part of the pandemic so far in the U.S., after millions of people traveled for the holidays. The new, more transmissible COVID-19 variant -- first detected in the U.K. -- is now in the states, and vaccinations are happening much more slowly than predicted. Dr. Stanley Perlman joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss the latest on the pandemic.
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