The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 2, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 2, 2021
And the. Johnson and Johnson and Merck. We'll work together to expand the production of Johnson and Johnson's vaccine the White House announcing the new partnership between big pharma companies Merck and Johnson & Johnson to get more shots in the arms of Americans there's all this me. When I want tracked him enough vaccine sublime. For every adult in America by the end of the name. The president also announcing that under the federal pharmacy program and pre K through twelve teachers staff and child care workers. We prioritize for vaccination and now with the new Johnson & Johnson one dose shot making its way to hospitals across the country several states are easing restrictions Massachusetts is lifting indoor dining limits and opening mother indoor facilities like champs to 50% capacity the good news here. Having another effective. Vaccine it is now time. Don't open Texas. 100%. Arranging big concern about potentials and an introductory. And I. Vernon Jordan former advisor to former President Bill Clinton and civil rights activist has died Norton made headlines when he saw the University of Georgia of over its integration policy in 1961. He then worked for the NAACP. United Negro College Fund and was president of the national fervently. 1980 Jordan was badly wounded by a white supremacist sniper in 1992. It was an advisor to Bill Clinton when he ran for president again in a statement bill and Hillary Clinton said from Vernon Jordan brought his big rain and strong heart and everything and everybody he touched. It was a wonderful friend to Hillary and Chelsea and me in good times and bad. Jordan was 85. Dramatic video to show him my doorbell camera Ohio I'm shows a man of opening fire or sheriff's deputy at point blank range as she stood at the bullets narrowly missing Warren county sheriff's deputy Sarah fought before she returned five rounds. And she had begun when the suspect now charged with attempted murder deputies had to come home to conduct a welfare check from them on the table. Six Dr. Seuss books will stop being published after growing calls that some books contained racist and number and insensitive images and in the book if I ran this still humble white man with the guns standing on the cage and sitting on the heads of what appear to be free Asian and. And miss some stereotypical image of of the Middle Eastern man riding what looks like I'm accountable. In a statement Dr. Seuss enterprises saying these books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong and there has been increasing criticism over the way people of color are portrayed in the books by Dr. Seuss have been translated into dozens of languages. And are sold in more than 100 countries. Surgeon and TV host doctor Oz jumped into action today to help save Amanda Newark Airport demand from the collapse of baggage claim last night live draws washed oversaw the the sixty year old man appeared to be having a heart attack. The host and a Port Authority officer named Jeffrey Hassan a look that man over and then started performing CPR. They ultimately used a defibrillator to revive the man. Doctor Oz argued those harrowing moments at TMZ live and his wife was standing next absorbed processing what was going on the pulse of the missile the first thing you do when this policy you give the patient well slightly she. The rest his arms into his cool and well it war to man's alive he's in intensive care now. Doctor processing could've done it without the Port Authority officers how the officer Chris concert he didn't even recognize doctor Rossum first because he was wearing a face mask. Once he figured it out the office of total better now with them and then a heart surgery.

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