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"Back inside a classroom until after Easter Minister Boris Johnson says reopening schools here is a top priority but huge surge of infection Just when we got the vaccination program going so well, people have worked so hard. That vaccination drive is ahead of schedule in some areas, and British health officials say other countries may follow the UK example of spacing out the two injections, too. Maximize the number of people getting at least some protection. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London Here in Massachusetts, the pushes to get more kids back in the classroom. But it looks like a step back for teenagers in Needham, where at the high school students are going to all remote learning this week. The move comes after more than a dozen cove it positive tests pop up last week. That includes the first believed transmission between students more than 20,000. Teachers in Chicago are not reporting to work today or at least they say they won't Weekend vote to defy orders to return to the classroom over coronavirus, health and safety concerns. And school officials are the ones who blank after warning teachers that failure to show up today would be considered a move of a strike off. Authorities say they'll delay the in class mandate now. Until Wednesday, outrage in New Hampshire his teachers learn members of the state's ski patrol have been given the Corona virus vaccine before them. Governor Chris Sununu says the reason is simple. Teachers do not perform emergency medical services, the president of the National Education Association in New Hampshire, says skiing is a luxury recreation. What's necessary now? Is getting kids back inside the classrooms. 9 49 Sunshine 23 here in Boston. Concern is continuing to grow that Massachusetts is falling way behind other states in the rate of vaccinations and fear. We might not be ready when more people are eligible to get their shots. Minority neighborhoods, especially feel left behind and They're speaking up breaks my heart, Deanie Paolino of the Chelsea nonprofit lock Collaborative to says once again, black and brown. People find themselves at the back of the line, She says. They don't want the vaccine for the fun of it. They want it so they can get back to work safely. You know, they're not rich Chelsea invested and now we see From 7002 $16,000 in back grant or full lines. Still, it's over 1000 people for days, and she has one simple question for Governor Baker. If you really want to protect all residents on all of us are equal. Why do you place Corbett centers in white communities? And forget about a place like Chelsea. Suzanne Sounds Ville WBC Boston's news radio. Enough of Bernie's mittens yet well, this is the story that just keeps on giving the Vermont woman behind. Senator Bernie Sanders. Inaugural day Mittens will be auctioning off three pairs for good causes. Jen Ellis is putting a couple of new pairs up for auction. Senator Sanders, of course, has seen photos of him all bundled up at the inauguration. Go viral, and in fact, he has designed and sold T shirts with the proceeds benefiting charity in Vermont. How day for police Department in Pelham, New Hampshire, WBC's Carl Stevens says more on two officers honored for their life saving efforts. The latest poll on Board of Selectmen meeting was a special one for the Pelham Police Department. I have the privilege of bestowing to lifesaver awards to two great police officers. The awards were presented to Officer Michael Symes and Corporal Michael Casus key early Christmas morning. They responded to a double stabbing and saved a man's life. The mail had stabbed multiple had been stabbed multiple times and was suffering from life threatening injuries. Officer Michael Signs noticed a stab wound to the victim's neck area and was able to apply pressure to the wound with the use of his hand.
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"officer michael symes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sworn in as jurors tomorrow. Single article of Impeachment charges Trump with incitement of insurrection after the attack on the capital earlier this month, the Senate will begin its trial February 8th in order to give Trump and his legal team time to prepare its defense. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez called on Republicans to convict Trump. The question is, Do you hold your oath to the Constitution higher than your fealty to President Trump? Some Republicans already questioning the legality of the Senate trial, given the Trump is no longer president. Marker Malard ABC News These walls could talk and they're starting to revelations continue from inside. The West Wing doctor, Deborah Burkes has now speaking out about her time on the coronavirus task force under former President Trump. Dr Burke says Getting the message out about this deadly pandemic was a challenge, especially because people in the White House and I think people around this country because I've had the privilege to meet them definitely believed that This was a hoax. She would urge Americans to wear masks but says you didn't see many in the White House. There were only two people who regularly wore a mask in the White House and President Trump wasn't one of them. But you have to figure out how to get that message out. When you can't get it out from the head of the country's a Zeeland, CBS News turn locally is growing that Massachusetts is falling behind other states in the rate of covert vaccinations and fears are growing that The state might not be ready to expand the eligibility list. Minority neighborhoods, especially feeling left behind and they're speaking off breaks My heart Deanie Pelley know of the Chelsea nonprofit lock, elaborate, Eva says. Once again, black and Brown. People find themselves at the back of the line, she says. They don't want the vaccine for the fun of it. They want it so they can get back to work safely there. Nah village of Chelsea invested and now we see From 7002 $16,000 in background or full lines still is over 1000 people for days, and she has one simple question for Governor Baker. If you really want to protect all residents on all of us are equal. Why do you place Corbett centers in what communities on Forget about a place like Chelsea? Suzanne Somers Will WBC Boston's news radio, the nation's top infectious disease, experts say there Very concerned about a new strain of coronavirus, which was first detected in the United Kingdom. Some local doctors suggest one mask may not be enough more from WBZ TV Stephanie Chang, Dr Paul Sacks heads Brigham and Women's Hospitals Infectious Diseases division and says, since this strain is easier to catch The quality of your face mask is even more important. I do think that if people are now wearing a thin cloth masks they should try and where two masks rather than one. Dr Sachs says surgical masks like the N 90 five's or more effective against the mutant strain. But the best defense against the virus is the vaccine. The sooner we could get the population vaccinated. The better and many people we spoke with are more than eager for a dose. I know. Yeah, I mean for the vaccine and the nation's top instead. Anxious disease. Dr Anthony Fauci says the Moderna and finds her vaccines seem to be protective against the UK variant 6 49 clear skies just ahead of sunrise in Boston, a very cold 20 degrees as you walk out the door more than 20,000 teachers in Chicago say they are not going to report to work today a weekend vote to defy orders from the city to return to the classroom. Over covert health and safety concerns and school officials end up blinking after warning teachers that failure to show up inside schools today would be considered a move of a strike. Authorities say they'll delay the in class mandate now until Wednesday in hopes of working something out for the nation's third largest school district. Criminal investigation is now underway in Gardner schools, police and school officials are keeping busy with this one. Saying violent and racist emails have been sent to some 5000 students and their families. The threats were sent through a vending system used by the schools and under the name of a student's. The investigation does continue proud day for the police department in Pelham, New Hampshire. NBC's Carl Stevens has more on two officers honored for their life saving efforts. The latest poll on Board of Selectmen meeting was a special one for the fellow Police Department have the privilege of bestowing to lifesaver awards to two great police officers. Awards were presented to Officer Michael Symes and Corporal Michael Casus Key early Christmas morning. They responded to a double stabbing and saved a man's life. The mail had stabbed multiple had been stabbed multiple times and.