Antoni mengaku tidak ada pembicaraan serius dalam pertemuan para sekjen itu. Dia bilang, hanya reuni ringan dan makan malam berjemaah. Pertemuan juga melaksanakan protokol kesehatan seketat mungkin.
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The most powerful elected Republican told Reuters that misinformation is to blame for low rates of COVID-19 vaccination among Americans.In an interview with Reuters, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said, "there is bad advice out there, you know... And that bad advice should be ignored."The 79-year-old Kentucky Senator was vaccinated for COVID-19 in December and has been promoting vaccination in public remarks ever since:"I don't know how many times you've heard me say this. I'm a huge fan of vaccinations." [ FLASH ] "These shots need to get in everybody's arm as rapidly as possible."McConnell often cites his own experience with polio in praising vaccination, and told Reuters that when it comes to the novel coronavirus, "not enough people are vaccinated... So we're trying to get them to reconsider and get back on the path to get us to some level of herd immunity.""I want to encourage everybody to do that and to ignore all of these other voices that are giving demonstrably bad advice."But many elected Republicans have refused to push the public to get immunized, and some have attacked the shots as unnecessary or dangerous.Last month, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson questioned their safety and said he didn't take a position of either encouraging or discouraging vaccination:"I think that people who want to get vaccinated have gotten vaccinated and I just don’t see the issue here."Amid a spike in infections, hospitalizations, and deaths among the unvaccinated, a few prominent Republicans, including Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, have begun speaking out against false claims and conspiracy theories promoted in conservative media that are leading some Americans to reject vaccines:"My message remains clear and simple. Everybody in Alabama ought to, that can get the vaccine, ought to get it." McConnell told Reuters he was "encouraged by what the governor of Alabama said.Fifty-seven percent of Americans have had at least one dose, according to the Reuters COVID-19 Vaccination Tracker, leaving tens of millions of American vulnerable to the highly contagious and sometimes deadly disease.McConnell's home state of Kentucky lags the national average at 51%, and Ivey's Alabama is farther behind at 42%. Four of the five states with the lowest vaccination rates have Republican governors.McConnell plans to run 60-second radio ads on more than 100 Kentucky radio stations in the coming days promoting the vaccine with money from his re-election campaign.
Trisha Paytas pushed back on Natalie Mariduena's comments about David Dobrik's role in Vlog Squad allegations
Mariduena said on the "BFFs" podcast of the allegations against Dom Zeglaitis that "another guy did something and David just happened to be there."
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- The Week
The 'frightening' phenomenon Simone Biles experienced before her Olympics withdrawal
- NBC Sports Chicago
Simone Biles surprised everyone when she pulled out of the gymnastics team final after struggling to land a vault, but for a short time, the world only knew her departure was due to a medical issue.
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"There's literally nothing wrong with this outfit."
In an exclusive excerpt from Mena Suvari’s memoir, ‘The Great Peace,’ the ‘American Pie’ actor battles a meth addiction after finding fame at a young age.
- Rolling Stone
Watch: Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz Get Heckled off the Stage While Defending Capitol Rioters
Greene has been publicly harassing people she opposes for years. On Tuesday, the tables were turned
- The Independent
Fans accused couple of being ‘obsessed’ with pop star
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CDC: Color-coded map shows where Americans need to wear masks again, and where you can go maskless, outside of schools
Vaccinated people can still spread the Delta variant, which is one of the biggest reasons masks are being recommended indoors again.
- LA Times
The Times TV team discusses watching an often deflating, thoroughly chaotic Olympics — and why NBC's approach to televising it is part of the problem.
- The Telegraph
Astronomers have managed to look behind a black hole for the first time and have proved that Albert Einstein was right about how these mysterious celestial behemoths behave. An international team of researchers used high-powered X-ray telescopes to study a supermassive black hole 800 million light years away at the centre of a distant galaxy. The researchers saw the usual hallmarks of a black hole, but they also spotted light – in the form of X-rays – which was being emitted by the far side of t
April Love Geary is here to remind us that we are not going to shame other women in 2021, right? Right! After the model, and mom-of-three, posted a pretty spectacular butt shot on her Instagram account on Sunday, there was, of course, someone who had no self-control and just had to send her a nasty […]
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic/GettyNikki Glaser is a world-class stand-up comedian, a ruthless celebrity roaster, and an endlessly engaging daily podcaster. Now, she’s also a reality TV star thanks to her new gig hosting the deliberately absurd dating show FBoy Island on HBO Max.On this week’s episode of The Last Laugh podcast, Glaser talks about how she landed her dream job after “embarrassing” herself on Dancing with the Stars, shares her unvarnished opinions on
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Olympic Judo competitor Saeid Mollaei shouted out Israel after winning the silver medal in the men’s 81kg Judo event, a nod to his difficult past and the obstacles he overcame to even be able to compete in this year’s Tokyo Olympics. “Thank you to Israel for all the good energy -– this medal is dedicated to you as well and I hope Israeli is happy with this victory, todah,” Mollaei told Israeli news outlet Channel 5 Sports after winning the silver medal. Mollaei is originally from Iran, where he
An Iranian athlete left his country after being told to lose on purpose, won silver at the Olympics for Mongolia, and dedicated the medal to Israel
Saeid Mollaei is from Iran but is representing Mongolia at the Tokyo Olympics. After winning silver in judo, he dedicated his medal to Israel.
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Police officer responds to GOP claims that Capitol rioters were tourists: 'If that's what American tourists are like, I can see why foreign countries don't like American tourists'
Officer Daniel Hodges referred to insurrectionists as "terrorists" and defended his remarks by reading the definition of domestic terrorism under US law.
- Packers Wire
Randall Cobb confirmed through Twitter that he is coming back to the Green Bay Packers.
"This broke my focus and that problem impacted my time," said Hungary's Kristof Milak.