Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 2 2021
The Government Is Now Paying For Unemployed Americans’ Health Insurance
As of April 1, the federal government will start paying the full premiums for Americans who are getting their health insurance through COBRA, a federal program that allows the jobless to continue being covered through their former employer’s health insurance plan for at least 18 months at personal cost.
Maine Lobster Festival, La Kermesse cancel this year's events due to coronavirus concerns
Two more popular summer festivals have been postponed for 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers of the La Kermesse Franco-Americaine Heritage Festival in Biddeford announced the cancellation of this year's event. This year's Maine Lobster Festival in Rockland is also canceled.
Fewer people in the U.S. drank coffee during the pandemic -survey
Fewer people drank coffee in the United States during the pandemic compared to levels seen before it, although the drink remained by far the most popular in the country, according to results of a national survey released on Thursday.
Netflix Near $400M+ Deal For ‘Knives Out’ 2 & 3
Netflix is closing in on a deal to make two sequels to the 2019 hit whodunit Knives Out, which Rian Johnson will direct with Daniel Craig reprising his role as super sleuth Benoit Blanc. Johnson, who wrote the original, has written the sequels and is producing with partner Ram Bergman. Sources said the deal will be worth north of $400 million, making it one of the biggest streamer movie deals in history.
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