Corrections: Dec. 1, 2020 - The New York Times

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A corrected version printed on Tuesday, December 1, 2020.


On Saturday, regarding the Democratic Party’s defeat in the 2020 US general election, it missed the name of the Republican organization. It is the Republican National Leadership Council, not the Republican Legislative Leadership Council.

On Wednesday, the clinical trial results of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine misunderstood how many clinical trial protocols AstraZeneca and Oxford University announced. They have issued agreements to conduct trials in the UK and the US, not just for the US trials.

On Sunday, information about teaching during the pandemic missed the shape of student desks at Walter Carter Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore. They are trapezoidal, not triangular, because students there will undoubtedly learn geometric shapes.

On Monday, drivers who worked for food delivery apps were struggling, misunderstanding that New York City’s current unemployment rate is high. The latest rate since October is 13.2% instead of 14.1%.

On Monday, online competition among luxury brands missed ownership of watch brand Patek Philippe. It is owned by the Stern family, not by the Richemont Group.

On Sunday, the woman who was the first to play football in the Power 5 conference game mistakenly believed that the first woman to score in the Division I football game. It was Ashley Martin of Jacksonville State University in the football championship division, not Katie Hnida of New Mexico. She was the first woman to score in the football bowl division.

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Last Friday's gallery exhibition about Cecily Brown missed the phone number of Paula Cooper's gallery. It is (212) 255-1105, not (212) 255-1155.


Megan Thee Stallion’s album “Good News” misidentified the home of the duo’s city girl last Friday. They are from Miami, not Los Angeles.

On Thursday, the Argentine football star Diego Maradona (Diego Maradona) missed the 1990 World Cup round, in that game he scored the only goal against Brazil. It was 16 rounds, not the quarter-finals.

The title of the engineer report about the recording engineer Bruce Swedien misrepresents his age. The report correctly pointed out that he was 86 years old, not 66 years old.

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