Today is Monday, November 30 and these are the main news of the day:
1- The week starts and thousands of travelers continue to return after the Thanksgiving holiday and authorities and experts warn of consequences in the framework of the pandemic. Dr. Anthony Fauci said the increase in travelers could result in spikes in contagion across the country. For their part, Miami Airport authorities say that this year the absence of travelers was felt, due to the pandemic, by at least 50 percent.
2- Today is Cyber Monday or Cyber Monday and this year the stores are preparing for 24 hours of shopping. Given this, the Miami-Dade police department and other security experts, send several tips for your safety: buy on official pages, use PayPal or an alternative to your cards and check the credit card report and account statements, so that thus, avoid any inconvenience.
3- Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava took to Twitter to ask county residents, diagnosed with the virus, to visit the county’s website and complete two questionnaires with relevant information about contacts and places visited. Levine Cava indicated that the rate of positivity of infections, until yesterday was 10% and during the last two weeks it has remained above 8%.
4- Memorial Healthcare and Jackson Health are preparing to receive vaccines against COVID-19. According to the Florida Department of Health, these are some of the health institutions that will receive them in the coming weeks. Some centers have indicated that they purchased special vaccine storage equipment from Pfizer, pending approval by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
5- Luis Fonsi, Danna Paola, Sebastián Yatra and other artists participate in the Christmas album “Feliz Christmas, volúmen uno”, which contains several Christmas carols. The Puerto Rican interprets the classic “Let it snow” and songs like “All I want for Christmas is you”, “Have yourself a merry little christmas” and “Jingle bells”, are now available on all digital platforms.
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