General Services Administration, White House, Superintendent Kristen Vogel discussed on WBZ Midday News
Moments ago, spoke to reporters in the White House briefing room where we've not seen him for quite some time. Well, thank you very much, and I just want to congratulate everybody. The stock market. Dow Jones Industrial Average just said 30,000, which is the highest in history, We've never broken 30,000, and that's just despite Everything that's taken place with the pandemic. I'm very thrilled with what's happened in the vaccine front. That's been absolutely incredible. It's nothing like that has Ever happened medically, and I think people are acknowledging that and it's having a big effect. But the stock market's just broken 30,000 never been broken. That number that's a sacred number. 30,000. Nobody thought that ever see it. That's the ninth time since the beginning of 2020. And it's the 48th time that we've broken records in during the Trump administration, and I just want to congratulate all the people within the administration that works so hard. And most importantly, I want to congratulate the people of our country. Because there are no people like you. Thank you very much. Everybody. Thank you. No mention of the transition to abide in Harris administration, formally starting last night with the Signature of the General Services Administration. And by the way, this briefing was over As soon as it started, the president left the podium without taking a single question. As you heard there, that was it. School officials in Lynnfield are pleading with parents. Please tell them when their child has been exposed to coronavirus. WBZ TV is Luisa Mueller's following In the past few days, the school learned four high school students had close contacts with covert positive people in their homes. Neither students nor their parents informed the district. This failure to inform us puts the public health of the high school community at risk and may cause us to pause in person learning at the high school for a period of time, Superintendent Kristen Vogel wrote. Trying to track what's going on with.