The Rundown: Top headlines today: Nov. 30, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Nov. 30, 2020
For. From a. As corona virus tests increase in more than half the country and another company hopes to bring its vaccine to market. Within 94% efficacy rate looked earnest as it is filing for emergency use authorization when the FDA. The vaccine it is expected to be highly effective at preventing symptomatic disease and very effective at preventing the ones that era. From the yeah. When only the second company to seek approval for a vaccine behind Pfizer and and a record number of people were hospitalized over the weekend from coast in nineteen in the US and over 93006. Despite CDC warning not to travel the TSA screened more than eight million people at US airports over the Thanksgiving holiday. And health experts are worries. Two or three weeks down the line we may see a surge upon a surge. Indiana and hospitalizations there had never been higher that's not just about dying and America. How much car and hello how lifelong disability are now in New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new phase in the war against the virus remain concerned hospital capacity from. If we had a real hospitalization crisis. We could potentially do what New York cause. Remember those 12100 dollars stimulus checks back in March higher arrest confirms some foreigners who don't even live in the US it's also got dumb blonde Swedish woman and Stockholm tells -- she was one of those recipients the IRS admits it mistakenly sent checks to those who receive some federal benefits the government says 34 million dollars were sent overseas but there's no idea how much was an error and and it could happen again from congress works to pass another corona virus early bell. Long voter from Florida has been found. Alive and calling into the side of the ship one day after it was reported lost at see. Crewmembers aboard a container ship yesterday spotted story and we desperately hanging onto the side of his campsite on 26 miles off the coast of Cape Canaveral. Rescue crews went in search of the 62 year old man once he was reported missing Saturday morning this condition has not been made public at this time. From Laverne Cox the actress and LG BTQ activists claimed she was the victim of transformative impact over the. All of this that yeah big guy isn't. He my friend. I'm looking back away from news I think what he's happy guys. Friendly amendment things going towards hand handling of the long. Believes that angle on my column I'm landslide it's exactly what I was saying he's over in the united from the arms. Cox begin by the incident belongings a Graham saying she get a final check Milwaukee in a park at Los Angeles tumbled on Saturday she says. Because of the man who first verbally assaulted them and then physically assaulted her friend won't bore them to get out of the apartment. The man got away and go to her friend were not physically. Lighting up the charts like dynamite and breaking boundaries Korean boy band BTS topping the billboard hot 100 with their new song life goes on. The number one sung predominantly incur re in a first for the hot 100. The last time a number one song was sung mostly in a language other than English was whipped us Placido. So. Life goes on is the group's third number one on the chart. An honor shared by area on a grundy for joining joining us.

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