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Ivy League cancels football, other fall sports because of coronavirus (report)
The Ivy League has canceled all its fall sports and will cut into its winter season as well as a result of the coronavirus, according to several reports. The Ivy League will not permit any competition before Jan.
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You're Out...of Your Mind! ‘Cowboy’ Joe West Doubts COVID-19 Deaths, Won’t Opt Out of MLB Season
To the shock of absolutely no one, Joe West made a bad call. According to The Athletic, the veteran umpire told deputy commissioner Dan Halem that he plans to return for the 2020 baseball season, even though he could have opted out for being in a high-risk demographic.
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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Tests Positive for COVID-19
Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has contracted COVID-19, she announced on Twitter Monday. “COVID-19 has literally hit home. I have had NO symptoms and have tested positive,” Bottoms, 50, tweeted.
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Howard County announces research partnership with Applied Physics Lab, new coronavirus testing site in Savage
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced two new COVID-19 initiatives Monday: a partnership with Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory to increase research of infectious diseases and a new drive-thru testing site in Savage.
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Keisha Lance Bottoms, Atlanta Mayor and VP Contender, Says She Has Tested Positive for COVID-19
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, whose response to the coronavirus and to the Black Lives Matters protests in her city have vaulted her into the national spotlight and into the conversation about who should be Joe Biden's running mate in November,
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Trump’s Latest Coronavirus Strategy: Hope Americans Learn to ‘Live With’ It
With no real strategy for combating the pandemic, Trump’s team is reportedly hoping Americans grow numb to mass illness and death. on
5 Minnesota couples died just days apart from COVID-19 and left behind shocked, grieving families
They survived war, poverty and personal tragedies. They found love, raised families, ran businesses and worked to better their communities, until an invisible enemy ended their journeys. COVID-19
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Marc Topkin: MLB needs to address COVID-19 disclosure rules that leave Rays, others in a bad spot
To say the current plan for how teams have been left to deal with acknowledging players sidelined due to COVID-19 issues is a mess would be unfair - to past messes. Major League Baseball and players union officials are dealing with myriad issues of various degrees of urgency in trying to start a 60-game season amid a pandemic.
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Minnesota Twins Miguel Sano, Braves Freddie Freeman and More MLB Players Test Positive for COVID-19
Because COVID-19 is a "non-work-related" injury, it is subject to the privacy guidelines in the collective bargaining agreement. That means Sano & Co. had to give the Twins permission to announce they tested positive. on
UFC 251: Gilbert Burns out of Fight Island main event after testing positive for COVID-19, per report
The Fight Island era of UFC events is off to a rocky start as Gilbert Burns has tested positive for COVID-19 and is out of his planned UFC 251 main event with Kamaru Usman, MMA Junkie reported late on Friday.
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Lake Compounce reopens for the summer, with new policies due to coronavirus
Closed since last year and unable to open in the spring due to coronavirus, Lake Compounce opened this week for season pass holders. The amusement park will open next week to all visitors, with park-goers required to book tickets through a reservation system and required to follow health guidelines.
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With more than 10,000 active COVID-19 cases in Utah, doctors urge caution on holiday weekend
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Nick Cordero's Wife Says He'll Likely Need Double Lung Transplant During Coronavirus Recovery
Amanda Kloots appears on CBS This Morning to update fans on Nick Cordero’s condition as he continues his hospitalization for Coronavirus.
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Local news is playing an important role for Americans during COVID-19 outbreak
Some 61% of U.S. adults say they follow COVID-19 news at both the national and local level equally, and 23% say they pay more attention to local news.
DaBaby Is Headlining An In-Person 4th Of July Concert In Georgia Despite COVID-19 Concerns
Despite recent spikes in new COVID-19 cases after the first phase of re-opening in multiple states, some artists, promoters, and venues really want to get back to business as well. It’s an understandable impulse,
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State-backed COVID-19 disinfo spreads faster and farther than local news outlets in 4 languages
Questionable stories on COVID-19 from state-backed outlets in Russia, China, Turkey, and Iran are being shared more widely than reporting by major news organizations around the world, according to Oxford analysts.
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Judge throws out Racine's coronavirus plan as unconstitutional
A Racine judge threw out the city's sweeping coronavirus ordinance Wednesday, saying it violated the state constitution.
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Gov. Brown says Oregon is at ‘crossroads’ before coronavirus surge, extends state of emergency
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said the state is at a ‘crossroads’ Tuesday as she extended by 60 days a state of emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, urging residents to take personal responsibility for slowing the spread.
Coronavirus is revealing a shattered country
Yet America's disastrous response to the coronavirus pandemic is not simply a function of the Trump administration's incompetence and incontinence. For one thing, the worst initial outbreak in the country — among the deadliest in the entire world — took place in and around liberal New York City,
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Poll: Trump job approval dips as coronavirus fears rise
Nearly 6 in 10 voters give the president negative marks, according to the latest POLITICO/Morning Consult survey.
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Incoming Tempe Mayor Corey Woods tests positive for COVID-19
Corey Woods, who is set to take the oath of office on Thursday, tested positive for COVID-19. The swearing-in ceremony will now take place online.
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The main way people without COVID-19 symptoms spread the virus
These days hearing someone cough or sneeze in public can cause instant anxiety if you're nearby, especially in closed spaces. But how often do you think of the third major route for COVID-19 - the simple act of talking to another person?
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Oklahoma voters approve Medicaid expansion as coronavirus cases climb
Oklahoma voters on Tuesday narrowly approved a ballot measure to extend Medicaid to tens of thousands of poor adults, making their state the first to expand government-backed health insurance during the pandemic.
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5 ways COVID-19 pandemic will change sports permanently | Estes
Bad as we want it to leave, COVID-19 clearly doesn't care about what we'd like. And it's still in charge, sadly. We’re learning to co-exist with the virus because there’s no other choice. The longer the pandemic drags on,
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Ohio Senate sends Gov. Mike DeWine bill lessening penalties for violating coronavirus health orders, prompting likely veto
The Ohio Senate on Tuesday passed a bill decriminalizing violations of public health orders during an emergency, legislation that Republican Gov. Mike DeWine will veto, his spokesman says. Senate Bill 55 would make violating a health order a minor misdemeanor carrying a maximum $150 fine,
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Coronavirus updates: US reports over 41,500 new COVID-19 cases in a day
A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 504,000 people worldwide. Over 10.2 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus,
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Colorado’s COVID-19 cases rise for second week in a row
New cases of COVID-19 in Colorado rose for the second week in a row, but it’s not yet clear whether that reflects wider spread of the virus or more extensive testing.
Pence makes irresponsible rally stop as COVID-19 flares in Texas
Rachel Maddow criticizes Mike Pence for arranging an indoor campaign rally with a large choir not in masks in the coronavirus hot spot of Dallas, Texas.
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As COVID-19 Emerged in U.S., Facebook Posts About It Appeared in a Wide Range of Public Pages, Groups
In March 2020, about three-quarters (74%) of public Facebook posts about COVID-19 linked to news organizations, while just 1% linked to health and science sites.
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Coronavirus live updates: Here's what to know in North Carolina on June 23
We're keeping track of the most up-to-date news about the coronavirus in North Carolina. Check back for updates. Cases top 53,000 At least 53,605 people in North Carolina have tested positive for the coronavirus and 1,
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Newsom: 36.5% of state's total COVID-19 cases occurred in last 2 weeks
California Gov. Gavin Newsom provided an update on the coronavirus pandemic Monday, delivering a clear message that new cases are increasing and people need to wear their masks. As of Sunday, the state has reported 46,
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The White House Is Rolling Back Its Coronavirus Safety Protocols
Mandatory temperature checks will no longer be conducted on all visitors, and last week, mask wearing became voluntary.
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COVID-19 has forced the Big 12 to expand its thinking — and it could lead to at least one significant change next season
When it comes to contingencies and plans and what-ifs, the Big 12 and other conferences have been forced to expand their thinking. In the age of COVID-19, no idea is too far outside the box for the drawing board.
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As sports face more COVID-19 cases, NFLPA tells players to stop working out together
As coronavirus cases spread throughout sports organizations, the NFL Players Association sent its players a strong advisement Saturday: Stop working out together. In a statement authored by Dr. Thom Mayer,
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Coronavirus, racial protest response could undermine Trump’s outreach to Black voters in Michigan
Criticisms of President Donald Trump’s response to the impact of COVID-19 and systemic racism could spoil his campaign’s efforts to win over Black voters in Michigan. The president’s re-election campaign is dedicating more resources to convert a fraction of traditionally Democratic-leaning Black voters,
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Kid Rock's bar temporarily loses beer permit due to Covid-19 violations
Kid Rock's Nashville bar was issued a five-day suspension by the Metropolitan Beer Permit Board after it broke health guidelines by serving customers at the bar last weekend, amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The Chronicle answers frequently asked questions about COVID-19 numbers
As the number of coronavirus cases spike in Texas, many readers have questions about numbers and statistics related to the pandemic. The Houston Chronicle’s data team is providing answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
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Spike in NC COVID-19 cases moved NASCAR All-Star Race from Charlotte to Bristol
Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway will move to Bristol Motor Speedway, NASCAR and Speedway Motorsports, Inc. announced Monday night. The race will remain scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 15, but will instead take place at the Tennessee-based track due to a recent increase in COVID-19 cases and an increased infection rate in North Carolina.
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Emails Reveal Chaos as Meatpacking Companies Fought Health Agencies Over COVID-19 Outbreaks in Their Plants
For weeks, Rachel Willard, the county health director in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, had watched with alarm as COVID-19 cases rolled in from the Tyson Foods chicken plant in the center of town. Then Tyson hired a private company to take over testing,
White House goes quiet on coronavirus as outbreak spikes again across the U.S.
The coronavirus is still killing as many as 1,000 Americans per day — but the Trump administration isn’t saying much about it. © Alex Wong/
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Trump administration 'flying blind' without coronavirus race data, says testing czar
A top public health official in the Trump administration acknowledged Tuesday that no national coronavirus response for underserved communities is possible until laboratories that perform diagnostic testing begin to collect race-specific data.