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Media Outlets Slammed For Misrepresenting COVID Data About Fully Vaccinated People

There is growing frustration in the White House over how the Delta variant impacts fully vaccinated people and how it’s being translated by the news media. We’re not talking about politically-motivated talk shows like Fox News’ prime-time shows, but about mainstream news networks like NBC, as well as major newspapers like the New York Times and The Washington Post. Those outlets are facing heavy criticism for allegedly misrepresenting the newest data from the CDC, which implied that fully vaccinated people who are infected by the Delta strain can infect others just as easily as those who are unvaccinated. Here is what CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said in a statement issued Friday.
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'We can’t afford another COVID surge' - NGHS begs people to get vaccine, mask up

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New York Times accused of hypocrisy for letting reporter call Trump supporters 'enemies of the state' months after firing journalist who said Biden's inauguration gave her 'chills'

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Concierge company run by chairman of the Conservative Party who is Duchess of Cornwall's nephew 'recruited "elite" clients to its business by offering introductions to "galleries, government and royals" including Prince Charles'

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Dev Patel Opens Up About 'One of the Worst Movies' He's Ever Done: 'I Didn't Really Flourish'

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New York City, NYNew York Post

Joe Biden’s failing first crisis: Goodwin

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Trump raised nearly $50 million more than next highest Republican in first half of 2021, campaign filings show

Former President Donald Trump is still reeling in significantly more money than any other Republican months after he left office, The New York Times reports. Per the Times, committees affiliated with Trump raised $56 million online in the early months of 2021. To put that it in perspective, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) was second in online fundraising among GOP politicians at $7.8 million. Trump also outraised the National Republican Congressional Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and the Republican National Committee.
Seattle, WANewsweek

60 Seattle Bars, Restaurants Requiring COVID Vaccine to Eat, Drink

At least 60 restaurants and bars in Seattle are now requiring customers to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination before they can eat or drink there. The Seattle Times reported Friday evening that the list of establishments that have introduced a vaccine requirement is growing as the highly contagious Delta variant spreads throughout the state.
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