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"To restaurant employees. Sailor residents gutsy and told me he got the idea when he saw a news report about a woman in Pennsylvania who started a fund. To help out local restaurant employees. Well, he started to go fund me drive to try to do the same thing in Salem. Grade. A couple 100 bucks, probably T O system, favorite servers and bartenders, and it took off. So it's upto $7000 now, so he's been bumping around town to various restaurants, handing out envelopes filled with money, resulting in faces filled with smiles. When you give any, you know, Server bartender $100 cash, you know if it was smile on their face, so just the fact that you know that it was unexpected. I think it brings a lot of joy to them. Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio to play or not to play. That is the question opening ceremonies are just months away for the summer Olympics. The former vice president of the International Olympic Committee says the games in Tokyo can go on as planned this year, even without fans. Recent polls in Japan show 80% of the public believe the games should not happen with virus cases surging in many countries. It is all scheduled to begin opening ceremonies were set for July. 23rd Adding fuel to the cove It fire here. A second case of a new strain of Corona virus from Britain is found here in Massachusetts and WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe looks at the impact this may have on the current vaccine allotment. Dr. Todd Eller, in head of infectious diseases at South Shore Health, says he's taking the UK variant very seriously. Studies show it's up to 50% more contagious than the dominant strain looks like these are more contagious. Dr. Ellen says It's too soon to determine whether The UK mutation is resistant to the new covert vaccines being distributed. Now he's urging everyone to get vaccinated. Right now. We have no data that says that these vaccines are going to be less effective. Your preliminary data from at least one of the death scene company says they think with the UK variant that the vaccine will be effective. Kim Tom, a close WBZ, Boston's news, radio and tragedy for a Boston doctor who treated coronavirus patients. Dr Alex Goldfarb. With Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center killed while mountain climbing in Pakistan 6 48 sunrise on the way here in Boston, and the clouds are starting to break up to give us a peek of the sunrise. It is cold, just 22 degrees. This we get started this Thursday morning with pen in hand, President Joe Biden hits the ground running, signing more than a dozen executive actions. In the hours after taking the oath of office more from ABC News correspondent Kenneth Martin, the president getting toe work. I thought state Nation days no time to waste, signing 17 executive orders, including a mask mandate on federal property. Other immediate actions are aimed at reversing trump policies, including rejoining the Paris climate agreement and ending the ban on travelers from some majority Muslim countries. President Biden also suspending the Trump immigration program, known as the remain in Mexico policy, which force asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for their court hearing, and the president is expected to sign 10 Morrell executive orders today aimed at getting our arms around the corona virus pandemic and new this morning, Dr Anthony Fauci says the.
Antibody research indicates coronavirus may be far more widespread than known
"And a new antibody study out of Stanford medicine painting an encouraging picture fifty to eighty fold more people in Santa Clara county California had covert nineteen antibodies than had been believed ABC medical contributor Dr Todd eller and explains what that means that's good news because that means that even though we think only seven hundred thousand people have had confirmed cases in the U. S. it's more like tens of millions of people so the mortality overall is much less than the four percent that we thank but as of this morning at least seven thirty seven thousand people in the U. S.
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Candida auris: Drug-resistant fungus spreading through some healthcare facilities
"There is drug resistant yeast fungus out there called Candida or us that's making its way around the world. It can be deadly for those with compromised immune systems, and so far it has been resistant to the drugs that usually stop it. It seems to have resistance to certain classes of antifungal agents even before patients are treated with these agents that's important, but it also has the capacity to develop resistance, so it has natural resistance. And it also has the ability to gain resistance while you're treating with antifungal agents. That's a little scary. Dr Todd Eller in itself shore, health and Massachusetts says and other problem this bug doesn't go away this microbe candidate ores. Is resistant to the typical cleaning agents that hospital in healthcare facilities often use. So if we don't change the way, we clean rooms, then the Canada will hang out there potentially infect the next person that enters the room for what it's