I governatori impongono nuove restrizioni sul coronavirus: Cosa hai bisogno di sapere

I governatori impongono nuove restrizioni sul coronavirus: Cosa hai bisogno di sapere

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Restrizioni sul coronavirus ripristinate da parte dello Stato: Cosa hai bisogno di sapere
Governors throughout the country have reinstated safety precautions in recent weeks to try to combat the rapid spike in coronavirus cases weeks before large family gatherings and holiday getaway trips are slated to take place.

Più di 11 million cases have been reported in the United States since the COVID-19 pandemic started, as Americans prepare to observe upcoming holidays.

The holidays draw even more concern among public officials who fear large gatherings could exacerbate the current health situation in the country.

“The situation has never been more dire,” Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said.

Various governors have enacted extensive measures from halting in-person classes to limiting indoor and outdoor dining operations.

Fox News’ goes state-by state to provide an in-depth look at the new coronavirus restrictions. CLICK HERE FOR MORE FROM OUR TOP STORY.

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La contea di Wayne nel Michigan certifica i risultati delle elezioni annullando la decisione precedente
Funzionari elettorali in Del Michigan la più grande contea ha votato per certificare i risultati delle elezioni martedì sera, porre fine a una situazione di stallo di breve durata che avrebbe potuto ritardare lo stato dal confermare una vittoria per il presidente eletto Joe Biden.

Ha votato il Wayne County Board of Canvassers 4-0 per certificare i risultati. Come parte dell'accordo, il bordo, che consiste di due repubblicani e due democratici, ha chiesto al Segretario di Stato del Michigan Jocelyn Benson di controllare il processo elettorale e perseguire le riforme per evitare discrepanze in futuro, secondo i rapporti locali.

L'inversione è avvenuta poche ore dopo che una votazione precedente aveva portato a 2-2 stallo lungo le linee del partito. I repubblicani che inizialmente hanno votato contro la certificazione hanno citato preoccupazioni relative ai sondaggi per assenti in alcuni distretti dell'area di Detroit che non corrispondevano.

Se il voto di certificazione della contea fosse fallito, i procacciatori statali avrebbero avuto il compito di certificare i risultati delle elezioni. Il risultato iniziale ha suscitato indignazione tra i funzionari democratici, compreso Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, così come gli elogi dei repubblicani a sostegno della continua sfida di Trump ai risultati delle elezioni.

Il consiglio si è riunito dopo giorni di controversie infruttuose presentate da sfidanti repubblicani e alleati di Trump. Hanno sostenuto la frode durante il conteggio delle schede elettorali in un centro congressi di Detroit, ma due giudici non hanno trovato prove e si sono rifiutati di interrompere il processo di propaganda.

Martedì prima, L'avvocato della campagna elettorale di Trump, Jenna Ellis, ha pubblicizzato l'incapacità del Wayne County Board of Canvassers di certificare il voto come una "grande vittoria" per il presidente. La campagna di Trump ha denunciato frodi elettorali e ha presentato reclami legali sui risultati in diversi stati. La squadra del presidente deve ancora reagire al capovolgimento del Wayne County Board of Canvassers. CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI.

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Trump licenzia il direttore del CISA Chris Krebs, la dichiarazione sulla sicurezza elettorale era "altamente imprecisa’
Presidente Trump fired top U.S. cybersecurity official Chris Krebs on Tuesday, days after the agency Krebs led issued a statement that categorically rejected the Trump campaign’s allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 elezione.

Krebs served as Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, a branch of the Department of Homeland Security tasked with protecting the 2020 election from hackers. Trump’s tweet on Krebs’ firing appeared to reference a recent joint statement from CISA and other committees that declared the Nov. 3 election was the “most secure in American history.”

“The recent statement by Chris Krebs on the security of the 2020 Election was highly inaccurate, in that there were massive improprieties and fraudincluding dead people voting, Poll Watchers not allowed into polling locations, “glitches” in the voting machines which changed votes from Trump to Biden, late voting, e molti altri,"Trump ha scritto su Twitter. “Therefore, effective immediately, Chris Krebs has been terminated as Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.”

Krebs drew Trump’s ire in recent days after he repeatedly debunked claims by the president and his surrogates questioning election security and the validity of voting procedures. CISA has operated aRumor Controlblog, which has rejected many of the election fraud claims backed by Trump officials.

The outgoing CISA director told colleagues in recent days that he expected to be fired, secondo Reuters.

The Nov. 12 statement from CISA and several election security committees noted: “there is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, voti modificati, o è stato in qualche modo compromesso. " CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI.

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Suo. Lindsey Graham pushed back against accusations by the Georgia Secretary of State earlier this week that the Senate Judiciary Chairman allegedly pressured him to toss legally mailed ballots.

“I know what I talked to the Secretary of State about, and it wasn’t for him to throw out ballots, that was beyond bizarre and ridiculous,” Graham said in an interview with Fox NewsSean Hannity on Tuesday. “I was talking about a system and how it works and to make sure we have confidence in it.”

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