CDC’s Walensky fails to disclose how many deaths there were ‘from’ COVID-19

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CDC Director Walensky fails to disclose how many deaths there were ‘from’ COVID-19: ‘Data will come’
Critics demanded a response from CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on Sunday, after she ascertained how many of the COVID-19-related deaths in the United States were directly due to the virus and how many people died with COVID-19. but had underlying conditions.

“Do you know how many of the 836,000 deaths in the United States associated with COVID are from COVID, or how many are with COVID, but they had other comorbidities? Do you have that breakdown?” Bret Baier asked Walensky on “Fox News Sunday.”

“Yes of course with omicron we follow it very closely,” Walensky replied. “Of course, our death register takes a couple of weeks … to collect. And of course, omicron has just been with us for a couple of weeks. But that data will be on the way.”

Her response only frustrated critics of the White House in Biden, who have been asking about this distinction about COVID-related deaths for some time.

“A shockingly bad outing outside the protected zone of friendly cable TV networks,” Rasmussen Reports said in its review. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ABOUT OUR TOP STORY.

In other developments:
– Omicron wave declines at global epicenter, CDC cautiously optimistic
– Walensky says Sotomayor’s pediatric COVID hospitalization number had dropped drastically
– Washington Post columnist argues over whether Biden ‘can do a whole lot’ about the economy or COVID
– Second CEO pushes for second COVID-19 booster shot, but doctors are not yet convinced it is necessary
– Arizona Hospital ‘Staff Crisis’ means COVID-positive, symptomatic employees licensed to work

Chicago Public Schools closes for the fourth day in a row as the mayor blows up the teachers’ union for ‘illegal go-out’
Chicago Public Schools has canceled classes for a fourth day in a row as city officials and representatives of the Chicago Teachers’ Union have been unable to reach agreement on coronavirus security measures.

The move was announced Sunday night by Chicago Public Schools, which stated in a tweet that “we remain committed to reaching an agreement with the Chicago Teachers Union as soon as possible.”

Chicago Public Schools states that a “small number” of schools plan to offer personalized activities to students on Monday.

On January 4, the Chicago Teachers Union voted to switch to distance learning due to rising coronavirus cases in the area, declaring that the union would return to personal learning when either coronavirus cases “significantly diminish” or the city signs a agreement on “conditions of return”.

In response, CPS canceled tuition on Wednesday and refused to allow distance learning for students. The district also canceled classes Thursday and Friday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

In other developments:
– Chicago Mayor Lightfoot criticizes teachers’ union for ‘illegal walk’, rejects proposals for distance learning
– President of the Chicago Teachers Union: ‘Poor distance learning’ is just a ‘talking point’ from the mayor
– Chicago parents sue teacher’s union: ‘The carpet was torn right out from under them again’
Chicago Public Schools closed despite receives nearly $ 2.8 billion in federal COVID funding

‘Full House’ star Bob Saget found dead at hotel in Florida at age 65
Actor Bob Saget has died after being found in a hotel room in Orlando on Sunday, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

“Earlier today, lawmakers were called to the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes for a call about an unresponsive man in a hotel room. The man was identified as Robert Saget and pronounced dead on the spot. Detectives found no evidence of unfair gambling or drugs. use in this case, “read the tweet.

The case turned 65 years old.

A spokesman for the sheriff’s office told Fox News that deputies responded to a call at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando just after noon. 16 and found the Case unresponsive in a hotel room and was pronounced dead on the spot. The Orange County Fire Rescue Department also responded to the call.

According to the spokesman, the Medical Examiner’s Office will determine the cause of death. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

In other developments:
– Bob Saget’s family issues statement on his death
– Bob Saget’s ‘Full House’ teammates comment on his unexpected death
– Celebrities respond to Bob Saget’s death: ‘The world has lost one of the nicest’
– Bob Saget spent his last days pursuing the love of standup as a 65-year-old: ‘I just want to make people laugh’


– Fire in Bronx apartment building kills several people, including children, firefighters among wounded
– AOC tests positive for COVID-19 after partying in Miami without a mask
– LAPD releases video showing officers pulling pilot from a crashed plane seconds before train crash
– Novak Djokovic wins visa appeal, the referee allows him to stay in Australia
– Raiders top chargers in OT thriller; NFL Playoffs 2021-22: Super Wild Card Weekend Dates, Times and More

– MANAGER embraces ‘Great Resignation’, offers $ 5K to employees who quit
Investors served painfully lesson on higher interest rates as markets cool
– Large technology company acts liberally California for business-friendly red state
– See how Biden’s inflation crisis will affect your tax this year
– Not vaccinated? Popular fast food joint will not serve you


Mark Levin blew up Democrats for trying to compare the January 6 Capitol uprising with the Civil War, saying the left-wing party is the biggest threat to America in Sunday’s “Life, Liberty & Levin”.

“See how the establishment in Washington, the media, the Democratic Party, the Democrats in Congress, the academic world and all of them have merged the same organizations, the same people who pressed for Russia’s secret cooperation, … federal lawsuits and coups. .Now they tell us that January 6th is [and] … Was the biggest threat to America since the Civil War. That, of course, is a complete lie. The biggest threat to America is the Democratic Party, “Levin said.

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