The Rundown: Top headlines today: Dec. 2, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: Dec. 2, 2020
The. That's coming cases and hospitalizations spike nationwide from the CDC changing its guidelines uncle rotavirus quarantine so now the agency saying people who have been exposed to someone with -- eighteen but has no symptoms can quarantined for seven days just haven't negative test and ten days was no test. And send the original fourteen day period the United Kingdom improving geysers corona virus vaccine for emergency use went 800000 doses expected to be available to health care workers many elderly in the next week. The White House considers a coded wrist right now TV and historic high of corona virus task forces telling the nation's governors that but they're not sharing publicly ABC news obtained his latest briefing which says all Americans under age forty who gathered but none household members and Thanksgiving are quote. Dangerous to others as Americans are urged to isolate and get tested immediately older Americans are told to not go anywhere indoors where someone is now wearing a mask. Boeing 737 Max is back in the eighth after all the planes were grounded following two crashes that killed 346. For the first time that anyone from the public has flown on the planes and that was grounded nearly three years ago. American Airlines flying reporters today on a mission to restore public confidence in the Max. There are I'm aircraft and it. Here in the Max cockpit you won't see any changes before we said it has completely updated its flight control system and that is all in the soft. And that software was triggered in those crashes involving lion air 610 and Ethiopian 302. One of the multi sensor gave the wrong information and sending the nose of the planes down not once but multiple times the system now uses to sensors and can only send the nose down one's. But some victims' families calling today's flight a marketing stunt. Neither of us would ever done on the 737 Max. A tragic collision in Fresno California and change them. And an Amtrak train slamming into a minivan killing a child. The Stanley was not on the train tracks waiting online to drive down once called Christmas tree lane. Everyone in their cars spewing holiday light displays for the traffic congestion is they only problem until it is Christmas tripling every year. Three other family members were treated for minor injuries. With less than a month to go to when he when he is likely going to and as one of the three hottest on record. That's according to the world meteorological association which says global temperatures are now more than you decrease in irons in the late eighteen hundreds. They've next don't honor them. New timeline for blaming humans and marks in the SpaceX founder Elon Musk says he's highly confident his company can put humans on the red planet possibly as soon as 20/20 fourth from the SpaceX is developing its starship rocket members of the company hopes will carry 100 people at a time. His unique holiday gift. Every summer and turning rules and the scent called. Carving must clings to smell like the Canadian rapper himself filled with notes of must have been amber Chris. Kazmir swayed and velvet and it cost about eighty bugs it includes a marker for you to writing the recipient's name. On the candle.

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