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“It a way of telling our Australian, Indian and Japanese partners that we not just making fine speeches. “Beijing had to judge if the stakes were worth it,” said Bondaz, noting that this type of submarine alone is not a serious threat. On the one hand, “Chinese public opinion could have the impression that Beijing does not exercise sufficient control over waters it claims,” he explained.
“I don’t think COVID’s going to be able to stop us from jumping up and down, and fist bumping,” he said. “You’re going to see a lot of happy people no matter what, once we get this thing on the surface safely.” ___ The Associated Press Health and Science Department receives support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education. The AP is solely responsible for all content.
It’s striking hardest once again at the most vulnerable, the marginalized, the underserved,” she said. “We are losing life and hope at an alarming rate.”While government service had never been part of her plan, she likened the pandemic to a national medical emergency. “When the nation is coding you run to take care of people to stop the bleeding, to stabilize, to give them hope and a fighting chance to come back stronger,” she said.”To the American people and to each and every one of you at the CDC, I promise to work with you, to harness the power of American science to fight this virus and prevent unnecessary illness and deaths so that we can all get back to our lives.”With the country poised to embark on an unprecedented against the novel coronavirus, the CDC is among the agencies leading that effort, which includes persuading people to get shots.With a budget of nearly $8 billion, the nation’s chief public health agency has many responsibilities, including investigating disease outbreaks and figuring out how best to prevent the in the United States, such as heart disease and cancer.Carlos del Rio, an infectious diseases physician at Emory University School of Medicine, described Walensky’s lack of experience running a sprawling public health agency as “a big challenge but not insurmountable.” Del Rio has known Walensky for decades and described her as a “fantastic researcher, a terrific scientist, someone driven by data.” He and others said Walensky will face a steep learning curve and will need many people at the Atlanta based agency to support her.Del Rio likened the task to turning around a giant oil tanker that hasn’t yet sunk “but has a major hole in its bow, and you have to cover the hole, you have to redirect the tanker, and you have to paint the tanker.”Experts said the early announcement of a CDC director, whose appointment does not require Senate confirmation, took many by surprise.