*** REGIONAL NEWS FROM MONDAY ***
+ The Seattle Times: Washington state health care system faces ‘enormous stress’ as COVID hospitalizations continue to rise – “God forbid there’s a mass event.”
+ The Olympian via MSN: Rising housing prices drive jump in assessed property values, Assessor’s Office says
+ Lewis County Economic Development Council: The YMCA of Greater Seattle and the Nisqually Indian Tribe are joining forces to create a new overnight camp on land adjacent to Mineral Lake in rural Lewis County.
+ South Sound Biz: Scholarships Available for Part-Time SPSCC Students This Fall
*** NATIONAL NEWS FROM MONDAY ***
Study Funds: Cancer’s ‘Achilles’ heel’ discovered by scientists – For the study, Click here.
NBC News: Man confronts NBC News’ Shaquille Brewster on live TV during Ida coverage [Ed. Note: I was watching live and join the chorus of praising reporter Brewster for keeping his cool and professionalism!]
*** VIRUS NEWS FROM MONDAY ***
The Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh): Breakthrough COVID-19 cases are rising, and experts are trying to figure out exactly what that means
The Hill: Fauci says 100k new COVID-19 deaths by December are ‘predictable but preventable’ [Ed. note: Fauci says nothing about the FDA-approved treatment to reduce COVID-19 induced hospitalizations by 70-85% he touted last week for the first time.]
The Star Tribune (Minneapolis): Mayo study finds antibody treatment can help COVID-19 patients – Trump received an early version of the infusions.
The Points Guy: Some countries are setting vaccine expiration dates for travel
Associated Press: As districts insist on vaccines, some teachers push back
Chris Beat Cancer: Doctors and scientists speaking out against the largest drug experiment in history [Ed. note: World renown experts in their fields with video interviews all in one link. And Dr. Robert Malone corrected one of his incorrect assertions.]
*** TRUMP NEWS FROM MONDAY ***
POLITICO Playbook: About Jim Jordan’s other Jan. 6 call with Trump (scroll down to SCOOP)