Geena has officially just done something she said she would NEVER do with her boyfriend!
Plus we kick off our Christmas Tree battle between the members of the show, who do you think has the best looking tree?
- Yesterday there were 1,863 new Covid cases which marks the first time in a week the number did not exceed 2,000, but also makes it the 15th consecutive day with more than 1,000 cases. Meanwhile, Poway Unified won’t return to in-person learning after winter break as expected. They plan to suspend on-campus learning for a two-week period after the holiday break. The district said all students will shift to online learning from Jan. 4 to 15.
- Meanwhile, The San Diego Unified School District has started voluntary COVID-19 testing for students and staff at several elementary schools. Free COVID-19 tests will be available to students and staff at 10 district campuses this week — Rolando Park, Penn, Foster, Gage, Mason, Vista Grande, Dingman, Jerabek, Hearst and Benchley Weinberger elementary schools — with additional testing to be offered from Jan. 4-15. Test results will be available about 24 hours following the test.
- Gov. Newsom laid out the state’s plan to distribute COVID-19 vaccines yesterday. According to Newsom, 33,150 vaccine doses were received at four sites in California as of Monday — Los Angeles, San Diego and two sites in Northern California. Vaccines will arrive at 24 more sites throughout the week. Healthcare workers, residents and staff of skilled nursing facilities and long-term care facilities are all included in what is known as Phase 1A of the vaccination-distribution program, meaning they will receive the first doses. Newsom said that group includes about 3 million people statewide. Phase 1B of the program will be “essential workers,” a category estimated to include 8 million people, Newsom said. Exact guidelines of what constitutes an “essential worker” and which will have the highest priority for vaccines have not been finalized.
- The state’s Community Vaccine Advisory Committee, made up of about 60 people from various groups and professional associations, is scheduled to meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday to discuss recommendations for prioritizing vaccines among essential workers.
- We got some tech news for you. Twitter is Shutting Down Periscope in March. Twitter bought Periscope back in 2015. Don’t worry though, you can still go live on Twitter by using the Twitter Live feature. Also Facebook is launching its own versions of Cameo and OnlyFans. The platform will be called "Super" and it will allow users to pay content creators or celebrities for the opportunity to "kick it" with them during a live broadcast. You can also tip creators by purchasing digital gifts or pay a creator to join them in a Livestream.
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