HIV, Kansas City, Alisa Zee discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend


Many are saying it could be one of the best matchups in years. The Super Bowl is a day away, It will pit possibly the greatest quarterback of all time. Tom Brady. And his new team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs, The chief's remain a betting favorite. Heading into the game. Kansas City will try to become the first team to repeat as the Super Bowl champs. Since Brady did it with the Patriots in 2003 and 2004. February 7th is more than Super Bowl Sunday, Alisa Zee explains why Sunday is National Black HIV AIDS Awareness Day. Dr Laura Cheever says if the current HIV diagnosis rate persists, about half of gay black men will be diagnosed with HIV during their lifetime. We can certainly end the epidemic in us in the next 10 years, but we need to get people tested. You need to get them on treatment, because when someone is virally suppressed a half effectively no risk of transmitting HIV to the sexual partner, Cheever says. Right now, 85.2% of black men being treated for HIV are virally suppressed. The goal, of course, is to get that figure, too. 100% I'm Alisa Zee. Two Children are dead, and the third is in critical condition after a shooting in Toledo. It happened during a domestic dispute last night and an apartment complex in the western part of the city. Police say the shooter is the boyfriend of the Children's mother. Two boys, ages five and one are dead. A third boy, four years old, continues to fight for his life. 27 year old Kevin Moore was arrested and booked into the Lucas County Jail, and President Biden says former president Trump shouldn't receive intelligence briefings. Decided Trump's erratic behavior. During an interview on CBS President Biden also questioned what value it would have saying Trump might slip and say something. That's the latest I'm Jim Forbes. The NFL is offering up all 32 of its stadiums to become mass coded 19 vaccination sites. The league sent a letter to the White House Thursday. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says each football team would work with local, state and federal health leaders on setting up the sights. Seven teams are already hosting coronavirus immunizations at or near their stadiums. Ah famous movie director showed up Friday at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Which is now open as a co bit vaccination mega site, Lisa G. Has more Friday morning movie director and Brooklyn native Spike Lee made a surprise visit and spoke to many in line to get a covert 19 shot. Lee wasn't there to get a vaccine shot but was reportedly filming a documentary on covert epicenters that's slated to be released in the fall. While Lee is known to be a huge Knicks fan, this timely was dressed in a Yankees bomber jacket and hat along with gloves and a mask. Get ready to turn up the heater. Millions across the country are about to be left shivering by an Arctic blast. It'll blow in the coldest air of the season, thanks to a polar vortex. Experts say Every state will be seeing freezing temperatures on Monday. Some places in the Midwest in northern Plains will even plummet to 25 below zero, with the Dakotas bracing for 40 below. More than 35 million people are already under winter weather alerts and Hollywood is paying tribute to legendary actor Christopher Plummer. He died of natural causes at his home. In Connecticut. The 91 year old is best known for playing Captain von Trapp in the Sound of music. His love interest in the iconic movie Julie Andrews says she treasures the memories of their work together. And all the fun they shared. Plumber won an Oscar in 2012 for.

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