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Your Morning Bullets Brief Updates are here! And that means trivia is, too. But some of the biggest news this morning has been the Google outage that appears to have been worldwide but seems to be working (at least intermittently now).
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The Dow was set for over 200 points in gains this morning, as investors monitored forward-movement on much-anticipated issues. For one thing, Pfizer will begin the process of distributing its vaccine today, with 2.9 million doses slated for delivery within 24 hours.
And the FDA will discuss whether to grant emergency use authorization for Moderna’s vaccine later this week.
In Congress, lawmakers are looking to split their $908 billion bipartisan package into smaller ones, so that there is higher likelihood of them passing.
And electors today will meet to officially select the next president of the U.S. The results will be announced on January 6.
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Nothing like some technical difficulties to jumpstart your Monday.
If you’ve tried to log into your Gmail, Google Drive, or YouTube account this morning, then you already know that Google is experiencing some sort of outage.
These platforms have each issued their own error message. But no explanation for the error has been given.
The problem appears to be worldwide, and reached its peak at around 6:30 a.m. The reports were first posted on social media accounts this morning.
If you visit Google’s main site, you likely won’t run into any issues, but some cannot sign in.
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