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McCloskey says there is precedent for running the games amid a public health threat—even if earlier ones were not on the same scale as covid.
While the IOC is not requiring Olympic travelers to be vaccinated, McCloskey says he expects—on the basis of data from each country’s committee—that 85% of national delegation members will be.
McCloskey says a contact tracing system will be used in the Olympic Village to help contain any cases that emerge.
If you don’t recall who that was, he’s mentioned both in McCloskey’s ad and on his website.
The House then voted 236 to 190 to seat McCloskey, prompting House Republicans to stage a walk-out.Why Democrats Weren’t Going To Reverse The Result In Iowa|Geoffrey Skelley (firstname.lastname@example.org)|March 31, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Happyism Dierdre N. McCloskey, The New Republic The creepy new economics of pleasure.The Week’s Best Longreads: The Daily Beast Picks for June 16, 2012|David Sessions|June 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Valley constituencies routinely sent to Congress moderate Republicans like Pete McCloskey, Ed Zschau, and Tom Campbell.President Obama Courts Silicon Valley’s New Digital Aristocracy|Joel Kotkin|February 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Presently Commodore McCloskey's friendly voice rang over the wire.The Hallowell Partnership|Katharine Holland Brown
"Not yet, Mr. McCloskey," laughed Lidgerwood, getting his first real measure of the man in the hearty hand-grip.
In the midst of the letter-sorting, McCloskey put his head in at the door of the private office.
McCloskey went on, industriously drawing lines in the sand, and Lidgerwood sat on a cross-tie end and conned his lesson.
The matter to be taken up with McCloskey, master of trains and chief of the telegraph department, was not altogether disciplinary.