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There's a new variant of COVID-19 and, although it won't get you more sick, it will get more people sick faster. "MORE SPREAD — MORE CASES — MORE DEATHS," says a new warning from the CDC. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is equally concerned. He appeared on Meet the Press yesterday with an urgent warning about how to avoid the variant. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. Dr. Fauci Says the New COVID-19 Variant Will Get More People Sick"Well, we're taking it really very seriously," Fauci said when asked by host Chuck Todd if we should be concerned. "You don't want people to panic, but you have to look at it from a certain standpoint."The variants have come from the United Kingdom and South Africa and Brazil. "There's no doubt when you look at what the Brits—and now remember, people need to realize there's more than one mutant strain. There's one from the UK. That's essentially dominated. That's the one that is actually seen in the United States. There's another more ominous one. That's in South Africa and Brazil. We're looking at all of them, very, very carefully age determined.""The Brits have made it very clear that it's more contagious," Fauci continued. "They say that it isn't more virulent, but we gotta be careful because the more cases you get, even though on a one-to-one basis, it's not more virulent, meaning it doesn't make you more sick or more likely to die just by numbers alone. The more cases you have, the more hospitalizations you're going to happen. The more hospitalizations you have, the more deaths you're going to have."Dr. Fauci said he didn't know how this impacted the vaccine. "The thing we really want to look at carefully is that does that mutation lessen the impact of the vaccine? And if it does Chuck, then we're going to have to make some modifications, but we're all over that. We're looking at that really very carefully."RELATED: If You Feel This, You May Have Already Had COVID, Says Dr. FauciHow to Avoid the New COVID Mutation"Well, I think one of the things we've got to do, Chuck, and maybe the silver lining, if you want to call that, is that when you have a variant, that's really very, very different in the sense of it's more contagious, it tells you to do two things: One, double down on the public health measures that we've been talking about all the time, be very compulsive as the President-elect says, at least for the first hundred days—and maybe more—everybody wear a mask, keep the distance, avoid the congregate settings. But also another important thing, the easiest way to evade this negative effect of these new isolates is to just when the vaccine becomes available, people should get vaccinated. Boy, if ever there was a clarion call for people to put aside vaccine hesitancy. If we can get, you know, the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated, we'd be in very good shape and could beat even the mutation.""Taking measures to reduce transmission now can lessen the potential impact of B.1.1.7 and allow critical time to increase vaccination coverage," the CDC said.So follow Fauci's fundamentals and help end this surge, no matter where you live—wear a face mask, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, get vaccinated when it becomes available to you, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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“Peaky Blinders” will conclude with the British period crime drama’s upcoming sixth season, which has just begun production in the U.K., the BBC announced Monday. Set in Birmingham, England, the series is set after World War I and stars Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby, a powerful member of the Shelby crime family. The fifth season of the show premiered on BBC One on Aug. 25, 2019 and finished on Sept. 22, 2019. Season 5 launched on Netflix on Oct. 4, 2019. “Peaky is back and with a bang,” creator and writer Steven Knight said in a statement Monday. “After the enforced production delay due to the Covid pandemic, we find the family in extreme jeopardy and the stakes have never been higher. We believe this will be the best series of all and are sure that our amazing fans will love it. While the TV series will be coming to an end, the story will continue in another form.” Also Read: 'Peaky Blinders': Cillian Murphy Takes a Tommy Gun to a Scarecrow in New Season 5 Trailer (Video) Along with Murphy, the cast of “Peaky Blinders” includes Helen McCrory (“Skyfall,” “Harry Potter”) as Polly Gray, Paul Anderson (“The Revenant”,” Legend”) as Arthur Shelby, Sophie Rundle (“Bodyguard”) as Ada Thorne (“Shelby”), Finn Cole (“Animal Kingdom”) as Michael Gray, Kate Phillips (“The Crown”) as Linda Shelby, Natasha O’Keeffe (“Sherlock Holmes: The Abominable Bride”) as Lizzie Stark, Aidan Gillen (“Game of Thrones”) as Aberama Gold, Jack Rowan (“Born to Kill”) as Bonnie Gold, Charlie Murphy (“Happy Valley”) as Jessie Eden, Kingsley Ben-Adir (“Deep State”) as Col Ben Younger, Harry Kirton (“We Can Be Heroes”) as Finn Shelby, Packy Lee (“The Frankenstein Chronicles”) as Johnny Dogs, Ned Dennehy (“Good Omens”) as Charlie Strong, Ian Peck (“Endeavour”) as Curly, and poet/musician Benjamin Zephaniah as Jeremiah Jesus. Executive producer Caryn Mandabach added: “Along with our wonderful, supportive, partners at BBC and Netflix, we have been working diligently to ensure we can get Peaky safely back into production; the safety of our cast and crew is always our priority. Thank you to all the Peaky fans who have been so unwaveringly supportive and patient. Series six marks the end of an epic story that has entranced audiences since it first started in 2013, but the world of Peaky Blinders will most definitely live on.” Netflix, which airs the BBC show in the U.S., did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment on the series ending. Also Read: 'Peaky Blinders' Season 5 Gets Premiere Date at Netflix The sixth and final season of “Peaky Blinders” was written by Knight. Anthony Byrne will return to direct Season 6, with Nick Goding producing. Executive producers include Knight, Mandabach, Jamie Glazebrook, David Mason, Anthony Byrne and Cillian Murphy. Tommy Bulfin is executive producer for the BBC and Lucy Bedford is executive producer for Tiger Aspect. “Peaky Blinders” hails from Caryn Mandabach Productions and is co-produced with Tiger Aspect Productions and distributed internationally by Banijay Rights. Read original story ‘Peaky Blinders’ to End With Season 6 At TheWrap
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Javicia Leslie debuted as the new caped crusader on The CW’s “Batwoman” last night. Her start didn’t shine nearly as bright (a Bat signal) as Ruby Rose’s. Sunday primetime was dominated by Fox’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints NFL Divisional Playoffs game, which ended just shy of 10 p.m. on the east coast. Due to the nature of live sports, the below Nielsen numbers for Fox should be considered subject to adjustment. Final numbers are expected later today. The new-look “Batwoman” managed just a 0.1 rating last night in the key demo and 663,000 total viewers. Back on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019, Rose’s “Batwoman” debuted to a 0.5 rating and 1.8 million viewers, making the Season 2 premiere down 80% in the demo from the series debut. That over-a-year-ago broadcast had the advantage of being in the fall instead of the winter. While it also went up against NFL competition, Rose’s “Batwoman” did not kick off against the playoffs. Back then, the series would decline pretty significantly among adults 18-49 in Week 2, when it got a 0.3 rating. The holiday weekend also didn’t help Leslie get off to a flying start. Also Read: What Is The CW's...Read original story Ratings: Javicia Leslie’s ‘Batwoman’ Debut Can’t Hold a Candle to Ruby Rose’s At TheWrap
Virtually all global warming since the industrial era is caused by manmade emissions, according to research published Monday that concludes Earth's natural processes contribute only "negligibly" to climate change.
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People may be able to fight off reinfection for at least six months after they recover from Covid-19 thanks to cells that can "remember" the virus, according to research published Monday.