Dr. Ali Khan, Former CDC director of public health preparedness and response, and CNN’s Alisyn Camerota discuss NBA star Lebron James’ reluctance to reveal if he has gotten the coronavirus vaccine, and if public figures have more responsibility to publicly get vaccinated.
1 in 8 couples struggle with infertility in the US according to the CDC. CNN’s Alisyn Camerota and Chloe Melas talk with fertility specialist Dr. Tia Jackson-Bey about what they can do to improve their emotional health and gain better access to treatment.
Marcus Rashford has spoken with President Barack Obama to discuss the power young people can have to make change in society.Rashford, the Manchester United and England striker, met virtually with the 44th United States president in a Zoom conversation organised by Penguin Books.Their discussion focused on the importance of giving back to your local community and the positive impact of reading, as well as other themes from the president’s memoir, A Promised Land.They also spoke about some of their shared experiences, including being raised by single mothers.Rashford, 23, last year spearheaded a prominent campaign to tackle child food poverty in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic.
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State Sen. Andrew Brenner (R-OH) logged into a public Zoom meeting, part of which was to consider distracted driving legislation, while clearly seated in his vehicle’s driver’s seat. Brenner insisted he was not driving distracted and told The Columbus Dispatch this was not his first Zoom call from behind the wheel.
Continuing with the ongoing trend of flashy backgrounds during video calls, Google Meet will soon be adding the feature to replace backgrounds with a video. While you won't be able to use your own videos as backgrounds, Google will offer three options to begin with: a classroom, party, and forest, promising further additions later, reported Mashable. Google has allowed Meet users to add custom backgrounds to their video calls since October 2020, but this is the first time they've included videos in this option. This new video background feature will arrive in the coming weeks. It's yet another feature that's making the platform look even more similar to its competitor Zoom. Video backgrounds have been available as virtual backgrounds through Zoom for the last year. Meanwhile, Google is also rolling out some other features for Meet, including the ability to pin yourself as a tile, hide entirely, or pin multiple video feeds at once to customise what you're looking at during a meeting.