Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - December 18 2020
Canadians prefer strict lockdowns over partial shutdowns for hard-hit regions
A new survey suggests Canadians prefer strict economic lockdowns in regions where COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising rather than a more hands-off approach that allows businesses to remain open while the virus spreads.
Student Group Calls On Feds To Pause Loan Repayment, Cancel Student Debt
Don’t Forget Students, a group started during the pandemic to advocate for financial support for post-secondary students, initiated a House of Commons petition, calling for the federal government to: Extend the Canada Emergency Student Benefit, which ended in September, and make it available to international students, Include recent or new graduates in Employment Insurance and the Canada Recovery Benefit; Extend the moratorium on student loan interest and repayment until May 1, 2021;Expand the Canada Student Grant and increase funding for post-secondary institutions.
Tennessee governor: 'One thing this vaccine will not solve or cure is selfishness'
As the state prepares to administer its first shipment of Covid-19 vaccines, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee is urging all residents to be vigilant and to continue acting responsibly during this pandemic.
Do you think we should have a National Day of Mourning for COVID victims?
As the first vaccinations began on Monday, bringing with them a ray of hope, the nation hit a grim milestone: more than 300,000 people dead from the virus so far. Grief coach Breeshia Wade said that a national day of observance for the coronavirus losses would be important for “accountability and acknowledging the massive failure in how this played out.” “It’s not just the death toll. There’s the loss of a way of life, of American identity and what it means to be a cohesive country that comes together to protect its citizens,” Wade said. “There’s a loss of trust with our neighbors, with some wearing a mask and some who aren’t.”
Get your Tellwut orders in before December 23!
Due to holiday closures, orders will not be processed between Dec 23- Jan 3.Last order processing date: Dec 22. We will resume again on January 4. You may still order but it will stay pending until we resume processing. Please note physical cards are not guaranteed to arrive by Christmas.