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Brookfield Zoo will be taking January and February off.

1/ The Self Employed Income Support Scheme will continue, with grants increasing to 40% of previous earnings, the maximum grant will increase from £1,875 to £3,750 There will be two further grant payments, covering the three months from November to January and February to April

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Economists say job creation needs to be a top priority for whoever is in the White House come January, and business owners say they are desperate for clarity. @NBCNews 

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said seniors and health care workers could receive a vaccine as early as January. And a vaccine could be available to everyone else by April.

"Ignore a lot of election noise because come January and February, the markets will forget about the election," says Seema Shah, Principal Global Investors chief strategist

If you add up all the people who have died in the U.S. for any reason since late January and compare that figure to the tally from previous years, you’ll find that there have been roughly 300,000 “excess deaths” since the coronavirus came to America.

A new CDC report gives fresh insight into the human toll of the pandemic. It found that the U.S. has seen nearly 300,000 more deaths than usual between late January and early October. Two-thirds of those deaths are directly blamed on the coronavirus. @DavidBegnaud  reports.

FR "If the Celtic board decide to sell him in January and Rangers win the title, they may as well send individual letters to every supporter telling them to ‘p*** off’." @craigfowler86  on why Celtic need to play it 'just right' with Odsonne Edouard

Prince William County Schools SuperintendentSteve Walts will present a plan at tomorrow's school board meeting that brings middle and high schoolers back into classrooms in January and February:

The state estimates 861 more Idaho residents died between January and September this year than died on average during those months in the past three years. Officials 447 of those were attributed directly to COVID-19.

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U.S. intelligence reports from January and February warned about a likely pandemic

Dr. Bright w/ a damning statement on Trump administration's virus response: "We did not forewarn people. We did not train people. We did not educate them on social distancing and wearing a mask as we should have in January and February. All those...could have...saved more lives."

Daily carbon emissions declined 17% between January and early April, compared to average levels in 2019, and could decline anywhere between 4.4% to 8% by the year's end, a study shows.

....in January and February, as the Virus spread globally? Why did the W.H.O. wait as long as it did to take decisive action? Lanhee Chen, Hoover Institution Fellow@FoxNews 

Good morning in sad, jealous tweets. All schools in Taiwan have been open since February. They did not listen to China or WHO in January and immediately masked up and shut down travel. They also traced the hell out of their outbreaks. They were practically done by February.

U.S. intelligence agencies warned Trump more than a dozen times in the President’s Daily Brief during January and February, the period during which Trump dismissed the danger, @gregpmiller  & @nakashimae  report

Trump blaming unspecified people for not spreading the word about the virus: “People knew what was happening. People didn’t want to talk about it.” Trump and the admin were warned about this going back to January and he chose to downplay it.

U.S. intelligence agencies were issuing ominous, classified warnings in January and February about the global danger posed by the coronavirus while Trump and lawmakers played down the threat and failed to take action that might have slowed the spread

LinkedIn Workforce Report: January and February were the strongest consecutive months for hiring since August and September 2015

U.S. Intel agencies strongly warned Donald Trump in January and February about the dangers posed by the coronavirus while Trump and his media lackeys played down the threat, leading Trump to fail to stop the coming health care and economic meltdown.

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