Justice Alito criticizes COVID-19 restrictions and 'rule by experts'
Associate Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito criticizes the left in speech given at the Federalist Society. Religious liberty and COVID-19 restrictions were some of the issues the Alito touched on. #FoxNews
How concerned should we be about the new variants of SARS CoV 2 which cause COVID-19? Is it unusual for viruses to change and mutate? Do vaccines protect against these variants and what can you do to protect yourself? WHO's Chief Scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan explains in Science in 5 this week.
Science in 5 is WHO's conversation in science. In this video and podcast series WHO experts explain the science related to COVID-19. The series is available every week on WHO's YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn channels and on all major podcasts platforms. For media partnerships for this series, please contact us: [email protected]
Produced by: The World Health Organization Californians will face strict limits on in-person gatherings and shopping under new rules announced Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in an attempt to control the rapid spread of COVID-19 infections.
The rules will temporarily close indoor dining, bars, playgrounds, wineries, live sports with crowds, nail and hair salons and other personal services for a three-week period. Gov. Jay Inslee says some COVID-19 restrictions in Washington state will be eased beginning next week. Inslee said some live entertainment with very tight capacity restrictions and some fitness programs would be allowed. (Jan. 5) Canadians are reporting feeling frustrated, anxious and depressed after months of COVID-19 restrictions. Registered psychologist Christine Purdon answers audience questions about the mental health impacts of the pandemic.