House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio joins 'The Story' with reaction
House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio joins 'The Story' with reaction
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The day after it was revealed that the city of Los Angeles was headed into their strictest stay-at-home orders thus far in the pandemic, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that he is "pulling the emergency break" and other regions of the state will also be locking down in the next few days. During a press conference on Thursday, state officials revealed the restrictions would apply to regions of the state where hospitals are on the brink of capacity — and many of them are expected to reach that point this week. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.California Hospitals are at a "Tipping Point""The bottom line is if we don't act now, our hospital system will be overwhelmed," Newsom said during the press conference. "We are at a tipping point in our fight against the virus and we need to take decisive action now to prevent California's hospital system from being overwhelmed in the coming weeks," Newsom added in a written statement. "I'm clear-eyed that this is hard on all of us — especially our small businesses who are struggling to get by."Once the ICU capacity drops below 15%, the region will have two days to comply with the stay-at-home orders and follow them for at least three weeks. Newsom announced that four out of five regions — Greater Sacramento, San Joaquin Valley, Northern California, and Southern California — will likely hit that point early this month, while the fifth — the Bay Area — will follow mid-month. The stay-at-home orders will ban nonessential gatherings. While individuals will still be able to engage in essential activities, such as going to the doctor, grocery shopping, and picking up takeout, as well as exercising outdoors and attending outdoor religious ceremonies, there will be mass closures. Playgrounds, indoor recreation, salons, museums, zoos, aquariums, movie theaters, wineries, bars, casinos, live-audience sports and amusement parks will be amongst them. While retail stores will be able to operate, they will only be at 20% capacity. Additionally, schools that are already operating in-person can remain open. He also pointed out to his constituents that there is "light at the end of the tunnel.""This is the final surge in this pandemic," he encouraged. "We do not anticipate having to do this again." On Thursday, the Golden State added 18,951 new cases to their tally, a number beat by only the previous day of 20,759 new cases. The state's positivity rate is also increasing along with the number of tests being administered, a cocktail likely to result in a surge of cases. RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsHow to Stay Alive—and Save Lives—No Matter Where You LiveHow to stop the hospitals from filling up, and people dying? Short of a lockdown, CDC Director Robert Redfield plumps for mitigation measures like "social distancing, hand-washing and being smart about crowds—doing things more outside than inside. These are critical mitigation steps which, to many people, seem simple, and they don't really think it could have, you know, much of an impact. But the reality is they're very, very powerful tools. They have an enormous impact. And right now it is so important that we recommit ourselves to this mitigation." So follow those fundamental mitigation measures, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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If the rumors are true, your favorite discontinued Doritos may be revived in the New Year. Frito-Lay is reportedly starting up production of 3D Doritos once again, and the beloved '90s snacks could make a comeback as early as Jan. 18. Though 3D Doritos claimed legions of '90s kids as fans, they were sadly discontinued at the start of a new decade. For those of you who never got a chance to try them, 3D Doritos were puffy triangular hollow shells that came in Jalapeño Cheddar, Nacho Cheese, and Zesty Ranch flavors. (Related: 8 Grocery Items That May Soon Be in Short Supply.)While the company hasn't officially confirmed the news to the public, too much seems to be known about the re-release of the beloved snack for it to be merely a rumor. According to @CandyHuntung, a popular Instagram account delivering reliable snack news, the snacks are being reintroduced under the name Doritos 3D Crunch, and the flavors are getting an upgrade, too. This time around, you'll be able to enjoy the puffy triangles in Chili Nacho Cheese and Spicy Ranch versions. Spicy! View this post on Instagram A post shared by CandyHunting (@candyhunting)There's also the rendering of the new packaging, which apparently came from a leaked playbook of future products used by the Frito-Lay sales team. So, yes, we're betting this rumor is highly reliable. The likely popular move redeems Frito-Lay for discontinuing several popular snacks this year after its production process was streamlined during the pandemic. Here are just some of the Beloved Snacks Vanishing From Grocery Shelves This Year.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
When you think of the cheesiest slice of pizza, what comes to mind? Maybe its Mellow Mushroom's Great White pizza—which is with stacked with provolone, feta, ricotta, and mozzarella—or maybe it's the Four Cheese&Pesto at Uno Pizzeria&Grill? Well, what if we told you to think even cheesier?French chef Benoit Bruel of Déliss' Pizza, officially set the Guinness World Record for putting the "Most Varieties of Cheese on a Pizza." His specialty pizza pie contains an astonishing 254 different kinds of cheese—which essentially makes any four-cheese pizza look like child's play. (Related: 100 Easiest Recipes You Can Make.)If you're anything like us, you likely didn't even know such a record existed. Evidently, Bruel technically broke the record back in February, however, he had to compile the "required evidence" of his success to present to the Guinness judges. As of last week, the chef's impressive achievement received official recognition."Youhoooo," he wrote in his post on his restaurant's Instagram on Sunday. "It took a while but that's it, the Guiness Book validated my record last Thursday! It's official !!! My certificate arrives this week as well as the list of cheeses." (As translated by Google Translate.) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Déliss Pizza (@delisspizza)Australian chef Johnny Di Francesco formerly held the record, having 154 kinds of cheese on his cholesterol-filled creation—which means Bruel beat the former winner by 100 cheeses.So, why would someone go to great lengths to produce the cheesiest pizza on the planet? Well in the case of Bruel, his motivation largely stemmed from pride for his country. As UPI reports, "Benoit told Guinness officials he thought it was important that the record be held by France, which is known for its cheeses."For more, be sure to check out The Unhealthiest Pizzas in America.
America is in the throes of a fatal crisis. With 48 states considered coronavirus "hot spots" according to a recent Coronavirus Task Force Report—and a record 2,885 deaths from COVID-19 recorded yesterday, setting another record—many states are implementing urgent mitigation measures. A day after the Mayor of Los Angeles told his constituents to "cancel everything," Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine begged her state's residents to not leave the house and to follow all mitigation measures. "If you do not have to go out to the grocery store or the pharmacy, please stay home," she said Wednesday. "By staying home, within your household, you can help us avoid that scenario where we could potentially run out of [hospital] beds." Read on for her further warning, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus."We Can Not Return to Life as Normal," Said LevineLevine's warning comes as hospitals are filling up some counties. Certain hospitals are, in fact, overfilling. "As of Thursday morning, there are just under 5,000 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Pennsylvania. More than 1,000 of those patients are in the ICU. Levine said 'a number' of counties have only a few ICU beds left. Some have no ICU beds left, she said," according to Patch.com. "As of Thursday morning, just over 16 percent of the state's ICU beds remain available, the state data dashboard shows.""We are certainly not through this yet. We can not return to life as normal right now," Levine said. "Everyone is impacted by COVID-19." In other words, if you need to go to the hospital for any reason, even for a non-COVID reason, like a car accident or bad fall, there may not be a bed for you. "Everyone."RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsThe CDC is Also Concerned About PennsylvaniaThe head of the CDC, Dr. Robert Redfield, namechecked Pennsylvania as a center of worry yesterday during an event hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "We are at a very serious time," he said of the surge. "I guess the good news is the heartlands and the Northern Plains started to decline and hit their peak. But unfortunately at the same time that's happening, the pandemic now is having a surge in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, the Mid-Atlantic States—the Southern Sunbelt also now moving back up into the Northeast as well as unfortunately, California, Oregon, and Washington. So we really have a very extensive pandemic now, throughout the nation." Among his biggest fears: "Our hospitalization rates are going up…that's one of our great concerns." RELATED: Dr. Fauci Says Most People Did This Before Catching COVIDFollow the Fundamentals to Save A Life—Including YoursHow to stop the hospitals from filling up, and people dying? Redfield plumped for mitigation measures like "social distancing, hand-washing and being smart about crowds—doing things more outside than inside. These are critical mitigation steps which, to many people, seem simple, and they don't really think it could have, you know, much of an impact. But the reality is they're very, very powerful tools. They have an enormous impact. And right now it is so important that we recommit ourselves to this mitigation."A vaccine will be available to all come April. Until then, it won't just be Pennsylvania in danger for the next few months; it will be us all. "We now begin to turn the corner with the vaccine, but the reality is December and January and February are going to be rough times," said Redfield. "I actually believe they're going to be the most difficult time in the public health history of this nation, largely because of the stress that's going to put on our healthcare system."As for yourself, follow those fundamental mitigation measures, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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