- The number of COVID-19 infections confirmed in the U.S. surpassed 19 million on Sunday, per Johns Hopkins. Sadly, The U.S. coronavirus death toll stands at over 333,000.
- EU kicks off the COVID-19 vaccine campaign to inoculate more than 450M people.
- Turkey is requiring a negative COVID-19 test for passengers to enter the country starting Monday until March.
- One COVID-19 patient is dying every 10 minutes in Los Angeles County, in California.
- Adm. Brett Giroir, the White House coronavirus expert, confident that the new strain of the virus is no more deadly than the more common strain.
- President Trump signed the coronavirus relief bill. Hence, extending unemployment benefits and avert a government shutdown.
- Duke Webb, a 37-year-old active Army sergeant from Shalimar, Fla., was charged in this weekend’s Illinois bowling alley shooting that left three dead and another three wounded.
- Republicans in key states that voted for President-elect Joe Biden already are pushing for new restrictions, especially to absentee voting.
- President Donald Trump continues to push for a $2000 stimulus check direct for Americans.
- A man identified as Anthony Quinn Warner believed to be responsible for the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville blew himself up in the explosion. In addition, he appears to have acted alone, federal officials said Sunday.
- The British government says The United Kingdom has entered its worst recession in 300 years.
- The United Kingdom to approve the coronavirus vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and drugmaker AstraZeneca within days.
- The People’s Bank of China on Sunday concluded its second digital-currency pilot program. This comes as the central bank moves closer to rollout which would make China the first major world economy to introduce a digital currency.
- Chinese regulators ordered Ant Group, the world’s largest financial technology company, to rectify its businesses and comply with regulatory requirements.
- Retail sales increased by 3% during this holiday season from Oct. 11 to Dec. 24. That is according to a report published by Mastercard Inc on Saturday,
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