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Federal health officials could reduce the quarantine from the currently recommended 14 days to as few as seven for people who test negative for the virus.
The 2020 presidential election saw the most votes in U.S. history at 156 million and counting, and the highest participation rate since 1900.
Along with the full nominations list, a look at the Recording Academy’s turbulent year.
President Trump, who has still yet to concede, says he’s “recommending” the GSA begin “initial protocols” to kickstart the transfer of power. The GSA chief says her decision was reached independently.
More than 150 business leaders released a letter calling on President Trump to start the transition process, given the urgent need to tackle the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
The certification vote follows weeks of attempts by President Trump to overturn his opponent’s victory. Three members voted in favor of certification, and one abstained.
At a virtual meeting of the G20, the German chancellor said she was worried about vaccine availability.