The state of Michigan was locked down for months, and then in March it started opening up in the midst of a new surge of coronavirus cases. Michigan's experience, and other outbreaks across the country involving new foreign strains, once more raise questions and debates about whether we should close our borders to travelers from some countries, impose new restrictions in some areas, or both. But more on those questions in a minute. Unfortunately, when you suddenly give people their treasured freedom back, they are more likely to take fewer precautions than if you reopened gradually. On top of this, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky Rochelle Walensky Overnight Health Care: White House rebuffs call to send more vaccine doses to certain states | White House warns states to expect low weekly J&J vaccine shipments Watch live: White House COVID-19 response team briefing CDC data shows rise in Brazil variant detected in US … [Read more...] about Would closing the borders limit deadly foreign strains of COVID-19?
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PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — In the beginning stages of Pennsylvania’s high stakes Democratic Senate primary, even the most progressive of candidates are downplaying the label. Republican Sen. Pat Toomey’s decision to retire next year means that for the first time in more than a decade, voters in what has become one of the country’s most hotly contested swing states will not see an incumbent senator on the ballot in 2022. The opening has gifted Democrats both a chance to expand their narrow advantage and — depending on who captures the nomination — the opportunity to introduce a pathbreaking new lawmaker to the Senate’s mostly wealthy and buttoned-down, White male ranks. READ MORE: Fall Full-Capacity Concerts, Xfinity Live! Preparing To Reopen Has Philadelphia's Stadium District Buzzing With Energy Following President Joe Biden’s victory last November — and his early success in coalescing Democratic lawmakers behind his agenda — overlapping questions of representation and ideology are … [Read more...] about Pennsylvania’s Democratic Senate Race Raises Simmering Divisions Inside Party
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Sean Couturier scored near the midway point of the third period to break a tie and the Philadelphia Flyers picked up a critical 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Saturday. Brian Elliott stopped 29 shots for Philadelphia, which moved within four points of Boston for the fourth and final playoff spot in the NHL’s East Division. The Bruins have two games in hand on the Flyers with Philadelphia having 16 games remaining. The two teams have completed their regular-season series. READ MORE: 'It's Time For Baseball': Fairmount Sports Association Opens Little League Season In Another Sign Of Recovery From COVID Travis Konecny and Shayne Gostisbehere added goals for Philadelphia in the victory, which was only the second in eight contests against Boston this season. Patrice Bergeron and Jack DeBrusk scored for the Bruins. Jeremy Swayman stopped 20 shots in the Boston net. Couturier broke a 2-2 tie just under seven minutes into the third, converting off a Joel … [Read more...] about Sean Couturier’s Third-Period Goal Gives Flyers Critical Win Over Bruins
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Wells Fargo Center is preparing for concerts this fall and Xfinity Live! is hiring ahead of its reopening. Four-thousand in orange grabbing pretzels and peeping some Flyers hockey for a Saturday matinee. The Flyers picked up a critical 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins at Wells Fargo Center. READ MORE: Tolls Increasing Sunday On 8 Delaware River Crossings Connecting Pennsylvania, New Jersey “It was lonely around this building for the first half of the season,” Wells Fargo Center General Manager Phil Laws said. “I had better seat.” Wells Fargo Center announced this week five full-capacity concerts coming to Philly beginning in September as the stadium district tries to open back up. Laws says the supply of performers anxious to get on the road matches the appetite of the public. But a full stadium in five months? He says they’ll continue to work with state and local officials and monitoring CDC guidelines. “Everyone is reading the tea leaves a … [Read more...] about Fall Full-Capacity Concerts, Xfinity Live! Preparing To Reopen Has Philadelphia’s Stadium District Buzzing With Energy