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For the first time in nearly 50 years, older workers face higher unemployment than their mid-career counterparts, according to a study released Tuesday by New School University in New York

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on employment for people of all ages But researchers have found that over the course of its journey, workers 55 and over have lost their jobs earlier, have been rehired more slowly and continue to experience larger job losses than their 35-54-year-old counterparts

This is the first time since 1973 that such a severe unemployment gap has persisted for six months or more

Job seekers demonstrate social distancing while waiting to be called to the Heartland Workforce Solutions office in Omaha, Neb, in July For the first time in nearly 50 years, older workers face higher unemployment than mid-career workers, according to a study released Tuesday Nati Harnik / Associated Press

In every recession since the 1970s, older workers had consistently lower unemployment rates than mid-career workers – in part because of seniority benefits

But in the current recession, older workers have experienced higher unemployment rates than mid-career workers every month since the start of the pandemic

The unemployment rate for older workers from April to September was 11 percentage points higher than mid-career workers – at 97% vs. 86% Rates were compiled using a six-month moving average and were much worse for older workers who are black, female, or lack a college degree

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Gov Kevin Stitt and state health officials on Tuesday announced a new plan to handle an increase in the number of people hospitalized due to the coronavirus

Oklahoma Gov Kevin Stitt, presented in September, announced a plan on Tuesday to deal with the surge in hospitalizations due to COVID-19 Sue Ogrocki / Associated Press

The plan, announced as hospital admissions in the state hit a record one-day high of 821, includes the transfer of viral patients from a hospital to an area of ​​the state where hospitalizations are raised to an area that has more bed capacity available

« This is region-based, so when capacity is no longer available in the region, the patient will be transferred to the next region who can provide appropriate care, » said Patti Davis, president of Oklahoma Hospital Association

The three-tier surge plan is based on coronavirus-related hospitalizations in each of the state’s eight regions by 15%, 15-19% and 20%, Davis said

The number of people hospitalized with the coronavirus or under investigation for infection was 28 more than the previous record of 793 reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Friday

The White House Coronavirus Task Force said last week that Oklahoma remains in the red zone for newly reported coronavirus cases and recommended residents wear masks as one way to slow down virus spread

Gov Kevin Stitt has repeatedly stated that he will not implement a statewide mask warrant, saying he does not believe such a warrant is enforceable in all 77 counties from oklahoma

The health department has reported 1,475 additional virus cases and 18 additional deaths from COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus There have been 109,548 cases and 1,191 deaths since the start of the pandemic The number real coronavirus case in Oklahoma is likely higher because many people have not been tested and studies suggest people may be infected and not feel sick

NEW YORK – New government report shows that since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the US has seen 300,000 more deaths than usual

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tracked the number of reported deaths and compared them with counts seen in other years Usually, between early February and late September, around 19 million deaths are reported This year, it is closer to 22 million – a 14 percent increase of 5 percent

CDC says coronavirus was involved in about two-thirds of excess deaths CDC officials say it’s likely the virus was a factor in many other deaths as well For example, a person with heart attack symptoms may have hesitated to go to a hospital occupied by coronavirus patients

Largest segment of excess deaths, around 95,000, were among people aged 75 to 84 That was 215% more than a normal year But the biggest relative increase, 265 percent, was among people aged 25 to 44 Deaths among people under 25 actually declined slightly

Deaths were on the rise for different racial and ethnic groups, but the largest increase – 54% – was among American Hispanics

First Lady Melania Trump, introduced on September 29, decided not to accompany President Trump to a campaign rally on Tuesday in Erie, Pa. due to a persistent cough after her COVID-19 battle Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press

The first lady decided not to accompany President Trump to a campaign rally Tuesday in Erie, Pa., due to a persistent cough after her battle with COVID-19, said Stephanie Grisham, her chief of cabinet

It must have been Ms. Trump’s first public appearance since recovering from the coronavirus, as well as his first time on the campaign trail in over a year

The first lady’s announcement further reminded the president that as much as he wants the virus to ‘go away’ – as he put it – there remains a powerful presence in everyday life, including her

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Trump said on Monday that people were tired of hearing about COVID-19 More than 58,000 Americans per day test positive for the virus, and more than 700 per day die of the disease

Ms Trump continues to feel better every day « but with a persistent cough and out of caution she will not be traveling today, » Grisham said

The first lady last appeared in public on September 29 debate in Cleveland between Trump and Democrat Joe Biden Elle and the president tested positive two days later

The first lady announced in a blog post last week that she had recovered from a fight with COVID-19 which included headaches, body aches and fatigue, and had been tested negative She also revealed that the couple’s 14-year-old son Barron also contracted the virus, but never showed any symptoms He has since tested negative

BEIJING – A state-owned Chinese drug maker is setting up production lines to deliver 1 billion doses of two possible coronavirus vaccines that are being tested on 50,000 people in 10 countries, the president said on Tuesday of the society

A staff member tests samples of a potential COVID-19 vaccine at a SinoPharm production plant in Beijing in April Zhang Yuwei / Xinhua via Associated Press

Testing by SinoPharm Group is « in the Last Mile of a Long Walk, » Chairman Liu Jingzhen Told at a Press Conference He gave no indication of the expected results

China’s nascent pharmaceutical industry is part of a global race to produce a vaccine, with four candidates in the final stages of testing Health experts say, however, that even if China is successful, rules of strict certification in the United States, Europe and Japan could mean that its vaccine can only be distributed in other developing countries

SinoPharm is testing two vaccines in countries like Egypt, Argentina, Jordan and Peru, Liu said Both are inactivated, meaning they are using a non-infectious version of the coronavirus

According to Liu, vaccine production lines are being set up in Beijing and Wuhan, the city in central China where the epidemic started in December

Vaccines developed by China have been tested on 60,000 people with « only mild side effects, » said Tian Baoguo, an official at the Ministry of Science and Technology

Thousands of people in China, including healthcare workers and others deemed to be at risk, received experimental vaccines Three city governments have announced plans to vaccinate members of the public who need it

LONDON – UK researchers prepare to start controversial experiment that will infect healthy volunteers with the novel coronavirus to study the disease in hopes of speeding up vaccine development

The approach, called the challenge study, is risky, but proponents say it may produce results faster than standard research, which waits to see if volunteers who have received experimental treatment get sick

Danica Marcos, is sitting in a park in London on Oct 16 Marcos volunteers as UK researchers prepare to begin controversial experiment that will infect healthy volunteers with the novel coronavirus to study the disease in hopes of speeding up vaccine development Associated Press / Frank Augstein

Imperial College London said on Tuesday the study, involving healthy volunteers between the ages of 18 and 30, would be conducted in partnership with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and hVivo, a company with experience in performing tests

Study co-investigator Professor Peter Openshaw states that « deliberately infecting volunteers with a known human pathogen is never undertaken lightly. However, such studies are extremely informative about a disease, even if well studied as COVID-19 « 

In the first phase, the researchers will aim to determine the smallest level of exposure needed to cause the disease The researchers will then use the same challenge model to study how potential vaccines work in the body, the body’s immune response and potential treatments

Pre-departure tests, which aim to provide results within an hour, will be offered to those flying to Hong Kong and Italy The saliva swab costs 80 pounds ($ 104) and can return results quickly because they don’t need to be sent to a lab

Passengers arrive at Heathrow Airport, London, July 26 Andrew Matthews / PA via AP

Hong Kong and Italy are among destinations requiring travelers from Britain and other ‘high-risk’ countries to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result 72 hours before departure

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Aviation services company Collinson and logistics company Swissport say pre-departure testing is « critical next step in keeping the travel industry on the move while limiting the spread of the virus »

Heathrow Airport Managing Director John Holland-Kaye says ultimately the travel industry needs an international standard for pre-departure testing

NEW YORK – After entire nations were shut down in the first wave of coronavirus earlier this year, some countries and US states are attempting more targeted measures as cases rise again globally, particularly in Europe and the Americas

New round of virus closures in New York City focus on individual neighborhoods, closing schools and businesses in hot spots as small as a few square miles

Spanish authorities restricted travel to and from parts of Madrid before restrictions were widened throughout the capital and some suburbs

Pedestrians walk past a storefront Thursday in New York’s Far Rockaway neighborhood in Queens as operating restrictions are imposed due to spike in COVID-19 infections John Minchillo / Associated Press

While countries like Israel and the Czech Republic have reinstated the closures nationwide, other governments are hoping smaller-scale closures can work this time around, in conjunction with testing, contact tracing and other initiatives they have now developed

The concept of hotspot containment is nothing new, but it is being tested under new pressure as authorities try to prevent a dreaded resurgence of illness and death, this time with economies weakened by lockdowns precedents, populations irritating at the idea of ​​renewing restrictions and some communities complaining of unequal treatment

WASHINGTON – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday recommended in recently released guidelines that all passengers and workers on planes, trains, buses and other public transport wear masks to control the spread of the new coronavirus

Travelers check in at a United Airlines kiosk with the help of a United employee at the main terminal at Denver International Airport this month in Denver The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has stepped up their guidelines on wearing masks on all public and public transport David Zalubowski / Associated Press

The guidelines were released amid pressure from the airline industry, an upsurge in coronavirus cases in the United States and strong evidence on the effectiveness of masks in curbing transmission, CDC officials say

The CDC previously drafted an order under the agency’s quarantine powers that would have required all passengers and employees to wear masks on all means of public transportation, according to a CDC official who spoke expressed on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations Such orders usually result in penalties Order was blocked by White House, official said It was first reported by The New York Times

COLUMBIA, SC – Authorities in South Carolina dispersed a party where at least 2,000 people were gathered without taking precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, fire officials said

University of South Carolina fans applaud the Gamecocks during an NCAA college football game on Saturday in Columbia, SC Police held a party where at least 2,000 people were gathered during the game in a Columbia apartment complex Sean Rayford / Associated Press

The rally took place at an apartment complex on Saturday during the University of South Carolina football game, Columbia Fire Department spokesman Mike DeSumma told The State Photos of firefighters show huge crowds of young people with little sign of face masks or social distancing

Some people threw bottles at crews as they arrived to respond to a medical call, DeSumma said Sheriff’s assistants and college police helped break up the party after firefighters declared it unsafe imminent

« There were so many people there that our responders struggled to get in, » DeSumma said « If we had been out for a fire or an emergency it would have been impossible to get in »

No referrals were issued to revelers, DeSumma said, but not wearing a mask is a civil offense punishable by a fine of up to $ 25, and businesses face a fine of $ 100 dollars, according to an ordinance on the pandemic in Richland County

At least 3,650 people in South Carolina have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, Johns Hopkins University researchers say The state is the 14th highest per capita in the country for deaths, and the daily moving average of new cases has increased by more than 15% over the past two weeks

BERLIN – A district in the south-eastern Alpine corner of Germany goes into de facto lockdown on Tuesday after reporting well over 200 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants in one week, the highest level in a country who is still in better shape than many others in Europe

Schools, restaurants and other facilities in the Berchtesgaden district, on the border with Austria, are closed for 14 days Hotels there are closed to tourists and residents can only leave their homes for a good reason

Other parts of Germany are considering new, cheaper restrictions as infections rise The National Center for Disease Control said the country, with a population of 83 million, had 6,868 new cases in the last day’s price – below the record of 7,830 on Saturday, but much more than a week earlier

Many of Germany’s largest cities topped the level of 50 new cases per 100,000 population in a week, which is believed to trigger new local restrictions on Tuesday across the industrial Ruhr region in the west from Germany, was above this figure

ISLAMABAD – Cabinet minister said Pakistan has seen a 140% increase in deaths from COVID-19 in recent weeks due to widespread violations of social distancing rules

Asad Umar, the Minister of Planning and Development who is overseeing Pakistan’s response to the coronavirus, warned on Twitter « We will lose lives and livelihoods » if people do not obey social distancing rules

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His comments on Tuesday came shortly after the military-backed command and operations center reported 14 deaths and 625 new cases in the past 24 hours

Prime Minister Imran Khan warned on Monday that major cities in Pakistan could face a second wave of COVID-19 in the coming weeks due to increasing pollution in winter Pakistan has reported 324,084 cases, including 6,673 deaths from COVID-19

SACRAMENTO, Calif .– Government of California Gavin Newsom says state will not allow distribution of coronavirus vaccines until it is reviewed by the state’s own panel of experts

Newsom says California wants its own independent magazine, regardless of who wins next month’s presidential election

Governor appointed 11 doctors and scientists to review any vaccine deployments by federal government or vaccine developers Board members are drawn from top California universities and medical providers, as well as local public health officials and states

Newsom’s position pledge raises possibility that California’s 40 million people will not receive vaccine as distribution begins in other states

SALEM, Ore – As the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Oregon since the start of the pandemic approaches 40,000, state health officials say face coverage requirements are being expanded

Currently, Oregonians are required to wear masks in indoor and outdoor public spaces where they cannot maintain six feet of space between others Health officials said Monday they were extending the guidelines to include all private and public workplaces, including classrooms, offices, meeting rooms, colleges, universities, outdoor markets and private vocational schools

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