The Daily Populous

Wednesday December 29th, 2021 day edition

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When asked when he would make a decision on domestic travel vaccine requirements while out for a walk in Rehoboth Beach, Del., Biden told reporters, "when I get a recommendation from the medical team.".

The idea of mandating coronavirus vaccines for domestic travel has been bouncing around the administration for months, and the emergence of the omicron variant caused the White House to revisit questions over whether to impose it.

Biden last month said he would wait for the scientific community to give him a recommendation when asked if consideration has been given to domestic flights requiring tests or vaccines.

Biden’s chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci Anthony FauciOvernight Health Care — CDC under fire for new guidance CDC comes under fire for new COVID-19 guidance Biden says if medical team advises it, he'll issue domestic travel vaccine requirement MORE on Monday cleaned up his previous remarks on a mandate after he said on Sunday that “anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome” when asked about for his thoughts on a domestic travel mandate.

“I doubt if we’re going to see something like that in the reasonably foreseeable future,” he added.

Late last month, White House press secretary Jen Psaki Jen PsakiBiden says if medical team advises it, he'll issue domestic travel vaccine requirement Fauci on lack of tests during holiday season: 'We've got to do better' Fauci says he was 'stunned' by boos from Trump supporters over booster revelation MORE told reporters that Biden wasn’t taking any options off the table, but that he will rely on health and medical experts when she was asked about vaccine requirements for domestic air travel.

While the business community takes major issue with a vaccine and testing requirement for domestic air travel, citing the potentially difficult logistics of it, Democrats in November called on Biden to require proof of vaccination or a recent negative test for airline passengers. »

John Madden, football legend, dies at 85

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John Madden, a legendary figure known to one generation as a Hall of Fame coach, another generation as the sport’s greatest announcer, and yet another generation for the video game that bears his name, has died at the age of 85.

Madden’s influence on the sport of football is impossible to overstate.

John Madden may have been the single most influential person in the history of the sport of football. »

Chile Rewrites Its Constitution, Confronting Climate Change Head On

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“We can learn a lot of things about climate change studying the salares, because they are already extreme,” she said.

The world faces the same reckoning as it confronts climate change and biodiversity loss, amid widening social inequities: Does the search for climate fixes require re-examining humanity’s relationship to nature itself?.

“We have to face some very complex 21st century problems,” said Maisa Rojas, a climate scientist at the University of Chile. »

Broadly neutralizing antibodies overcome SARS-CoV-2 Omicron antigenic shift

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Here, we show that the Omicron RBD binds to human ACE2 with enhanced affinity, relative to the Wuhan-Hu-1 RBD, and binds to mouse ACE2. »

John Madden, Hall of Fame coach and broadcaster, dies at 85

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But it was his work after prematurely retiring as coach at age 42 that made Madden truly a household name.

There will never be another John Madden, and we will forever be indebted to him for all he did to make football and the NFL what it is today.”.

He replaced John Rauch as head coach after the 1968 season at age 32, beginning a remarkable 10-year run. »