January 9: FAA 5G buffer zones, a hot housing market and “zoom fatigue”

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WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 17: Members of the House Small Business Committee are shown on a monitor during a video conference in front of Steven Mnuchin, US Secretary of the Treasury, center, during a hearing on July 17, 2020 in Washington, DC The hearing is titled “Oversight of the Small Business Administration and the Department of Treasury Pandemic Programs.” (Photo by Erin Scott-Pool / Getty Images)

Good morning! It is Sunday January 9, 2022. Here is an overview of your news across the country:

1️. FAA says 50 airports will have 5G buffer zones to avoid flight disruptions

Aerial view of 5G cellular communication tower

2. A boiling real estate market to fuel record loans in 22

A “Sold” sign is displayed on the lawn of a new home in Pearl, Mississippi on Thursday, September 23, 2021. Fierce competition, low mortgage rates and soaring prices have helped determine the amount buyers borrowed for. buy a home in 2021. at an all time high, eclipsing the peak of the mid-2000s real estate boom. Banks issued about $ 1.61 trillion in home purchase loans last year, an increase about 9% from 2020, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. (AP Photo / Rogelio V. Solis)

3. Ground beef recalled in several states due to possible E. coli contamination

The reminder, issued by Interstate Meat Dist. Inc. of Oregon affects about 28,356 pounds of raw meat sold in seven states. (Getty Images)

4. How to tell if you have flurona, the COVID-19-flu combination

a young woman wears a mask in the city during smog day (Getty)

?? [Trending] this morning

STUDY EXAMINES ‘ZOOM FATIGUE’ PHENOMENON

A NEW STUDY FROM WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY SEEKS TO IDENTIFY THE REASONS FOR “ZOOM FATIGUE”, A PHENOMENON ASSOCIATED WITH WEBCAM MEETINGS.

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 17: Members of the House Small Business Committee are shown on a monitor during a video conference in front of Steven Mnuchin, US Secretary of the Treasury, center, during a hearing on July 17, 2020 in Washington, DC The hearing is titled “Oversight of the Small Business Administration and the Department of Treasury Pandemic Programs.” (Photo by Erin Scott-Pool / Getty Images)

?? What we watch

?? On the last Sunday of the NFL regular season, it’s the Chargers for the Raiders and the Niners for the Rams.

?? In Berkeley, Calif., “Swept Away”, a new musical featuring songs from the Avett Brothers, debuts.

?? With the postponement of the Critics Choice Awards, you can research the Golden Globes in exile online.

?? We’ll bring you live 🔴 updates throughout the day on the NewsNation Now app and NewsNationNow.com.



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