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The 5 things you should know this January 12: 5 reasons not to get an omicron on purpose


The World’s Most Powerful Passports by 2022. Will the “Gates of Hell” Close? North Korea says it successfully tested a hypersonic missile. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.


The 5 reasons why you shouldn’t get omicron on purpose

The idea of ​​intentionally trying to get omicron “is all the rage,” said Dr. Paul Offit, director of the Center for Vaccine Education at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. He included an exasperated sigh in his comment. In case this idea has crossed your mind, here are five reasons why you should not try to get an omicron on purpose.


The Senate’s “nuclear option” on US voting rights legislation

As Democrats push for Congress to pass voting rights legislation, there has been talk of using a process known as the “nuclear option.” It’s a heated phrase that boils down to changing Senate rules to pass laws with a simple majority. Senators need 60 votes to do anything in the Senate except change the rules – that requires just 51 votes. Nuclear? That sounds very serious for something as simple as a rule change.

Biden and Harris criticize Republicans on voting rights 1:15


The Ecuadorian report on Álex Saab

Four Ecuadorian legislators gave the president of Colombia, Iván Duque, information on alleged money laundering operations allegedly led by Alex Saab, the Colombian businessman who is under trial in the United States and whom the Department of Justice considers a front man of the questioned president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro.

Is Camilla Fabri at the mercy of the Venezuelan government? 0:47


North Korea says it successfully tested a hypersonic missile

South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said an “unidentified projectile”, allegedly a ballistic missile, had a flight distance of more than 700 km, a maximum altitude of about 60 km and a maximum speed of around Mach 10.

How much damage can North Korean weapons do? 2:22


Why America’s Supermarkets Have Supply Problems

Supermarket shelves across the United States are empty, and they will continue to do so as stores scramble to quickly replenish necessities like milk, bread, meat, canned soups and cleaning supplies. These are the reasons.

At coffee time

The World’s Most Powerful Passports by 2022

Two East Asian countries dominate the list of passports that give access to more destinations in the world. In contrast, citizens of several countries in the Middle East have the least possibility of traveling without a visa. See the ranking of Latin American countries here.

These are the most powerful passports in the world in 2022 0:51

Jenna Jameson “can’t walk” due to Guillain-Barré syndrome

The former adult film star posted on her verified Instagram on Monday that she got some answers about her diagnosis.

The Facebook parent, Meta, delays its return to the offices until March and will demand a booster vaccination

Meta delayed his return to the offices until March 28, and will demand a test of booster vaccines from the workers. The company already requires office workers to be vaccinated.

John Stamos’s message after Bob Saget’s death

John Stamos posted a moving tribute to his dear friend and former co-star Bob Saget: “I’m not ready to accept he’s gone. I’m not going to say goodbye yet.”

Review here the other roles of Bob Saget 1:47

Will the “Gates of Hell” close? Turkmenistan President Wants to Shut Down Darvaza Gas Crater

Not everyone is happy that the most internationally recognized site in Turkmenistan is called the “Gates of Hell.”

They want to close the gates of hell in Darvaza 0:44

The number of the day


The heat wave alerted by the National Meteorological Service in Buenos Aires is exacerbated by power outages. More than 700,000 users are affected.

Quote of the day

“Most people will get covid”

The current situation is that the majority of people will contract COVID-19 and the United States’ health focus should now be to ensure that hospitals and essential services work, said the acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA, for its acronym in English), Dr. Janet Woodcock.

Covid: when will it stop being a pandemic to be an endemic? 1:31

Day selection

Give up sugar with these 5 healthy cookbooks

The best recipes to leave sugary foods behind and eat healthier.

And to finish…

They reveal what is the “mysterious cabin” that China saw on the Moon

What is the “mystery hut” that China saw on the Moon? 0:36

After the great expectation generated by the images of the Chinese rover that showed a “building” on the Moon, the Chinese Space Agency revealed that there is really in the place.



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