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CBC News 13 Jan 2021

Daughter moves into seniors' home to care for 98-year-old mother with COVID-19


When her 98-year-old mother was diagnosed with COVID-19, Mary Sardelis moved into the retirement home to save her life. She said what she saw was 'no man's land.'


Chief of Staff Mark Meadows asked Dr. Stephen Hahn why the vaccine authorization process isn't moving faster, according to someone familiar with the visit. Meanwhile a new review has found different states have different plans on how to distribute a vaccine.
Thousands of Hong Kongers were ordered to stay in their homes on Saturday for the city's first coronavirus lockdown as authorities battle an outbreak in one of its poorest and most densely packed districts.
Chicago's ABC7 morning news anchor Tanja Babich is making waves after she wore glasses on the air to boost the confidence of her 10-year-old daughter. Her daughter started wearing glasses and was worried about what kids in her class would say. "So in a gesture of solidarity, I've been wearing mine all week to make this point," Babich said on air. "Whatever people say or think about you is none of your business. Just be yourself, authentically and unapologetically. The rest will work itself out."
In this festive edition of the show, our music critics Marjorie Hache and Florence Villeminot take a look back over the highs and lows of 2020. This year, the world was brought to a standstill by the Covid-19 pandemic, which inevitably impacted the music industry as whole. How have artists coped with the various lockdowns and restrictions? What were the big hits of the year and our favourite interviews? And what are we looking forward to in 2021?

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