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The 5 things you should know this January 14: What to do if someone in your family gets covid-19?


Jan 14, 2022

The US Supreme Court blocks the vaccination mandate for large companies. Astronomers discover a massive object that could be an interstellar moon, a rare find. A video shows from the air the dangerous state of a dam about to collapse in Brazil. This is what you need to know to start the day. Truth first.


What to do if someone in your family gets covid-19?

It’s much easier these days to catch coronavirus as the highly contagious omicron variant spreads around the world. What happens if a child tests positive for covid-19? How should parents and guardians care for that child safely? CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen answers these and other questions.


US Supreme Court Blocks Vaccination Mandate for Big Business

The Supreme Court blocked the Covid-19 vaccination or testing requirement for large companies that had been defined by the administration of President Joe Biden, but allowed a vaccination mandate for certain health workers to take effect across the country.

Who should be vaccinated in the United States after the Court’s ruling? 2:40


Most CEOs believe high inflation will continue until at least half of 2023

More than half (55%) of CEOs globally fear price pressure will remain elevated through mid-2023, or beyond, according to a survey published by The Conference Board.

These are the factors that affect inflation in 2022 1:17


Prince Andrew stripped of his military titles

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, has been stripped of his military titles and charities, Buckingham Palace announced. The decision comes a day after a federal judge in New York rejected a motion to dismiss a civil lawsuit against the prince, filed by Virginia Giuffre, a woman who claims she was a victim of sex trafficking and forced to have sex with Prince Andrew. when he was a minor.

Prince Andrew stripped of his titles and charities 3:08


Djokovic is left without an Australian visa, for the moment

Novak Djokovic’s Australian visa has been revoked for the second time, nearly ending the world number one tennis player’s ambitions to play in the Australian Open and win his 21st Grand Slam. Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke announced the decision in a statement on Friday. Djokovic’s legal team can still challenge the decision.

Novak Djokovic, without a visa. And now that? 1:38

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They will publish a book with the medical illustrations of the creator of the viral image of a black fetus

An illustration of a black fetus in the womb went viral in December with many commenting on social media that it was the first time they had seen a depiction of a dark-skinned fetus or pregnant woman.

They create illustration of black fetus to represent greater diversity 1:08

Video shows from the air the dangerous state of a dam about to collapse in Brazil

The Carioca dam, which is located in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, received the year with heavy rains. The structure is at the limit of its capacity and has led to the evacuation of dozens of people.

Dam on the verge of collapse causes the evacuation of dozens of people 0:54

Kylie Jenner is the first woman to reach 300 million followers on Instagram

Despite having less visibility than usual, Kylie Jenner managed to conquer the title of queen of Instagram.

Kylie Jenner is expecting her second child 1:02

A Chinese woman was trapped in her blind date’s house by a sudden confinement due to covid-19

It was supposed to be a quick get to know each other, but a sudden covid-19 lockdown forced a Chinese woman to keep her blind date at home for days on end.

Woman goes on a blind date and gets trapped due to confinement 0:56

Astronomers discover a massive object that could be an interstellar moon, a rare find

Astronomers may have found a moon that is completely unlike anything in our solar system.

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The US Army offers a bonus of up to $50,000 to new recruits.

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“I feel like I’m trying too hard. I’m constantly tired”

A supervisor of the cash registers, self-checkout kiosks, customer service and liquor departments at the QFC grocery store chain in Seattle — an essential worker — told CNN what his experience is like amid the spread of omicrons and staff shortage.

The other face of the pandemic: the blood shortage 2:44

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Roku devices on sale: which one is right for you and where to buy it

What does each Roku device offer? This is what you should know before buying one for your house

And to finish…

A soldier’s letter took more than 76 years to reach his family

The wife of Sergeant John Gonsalves received an unexpected delivery from the United States Postal Service: a letter that the soldier wrote in Germany in 1945 a few months after the end of World War II. These are the details of this moving story.

A soldier’s love letter arrived 76 years late to his family 0:48

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