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You can book a weightless flight with Zero Gravity again after hiatus due to coronavirus
Zero Gravity Corporation (Zero-G), a company that offers weightless experiences so you can floatt like an astronaut, is returning to the skies after taking a pause during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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$3.8 million in federal coronavirus relief awarded to Michigan groups for economic development
Ten economic development districts in Michigan will split $3.8 million in CARES Act grant money, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced Thursday, Aug. 8. Nearly a third, $1.2 million, is headed to the Upper Peninsula,
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These Tennessee school districts are already reporting COVID-19 cases after reopening
Just weeks after schools reopened, some have already closed due to reported COVID-19 cases among staff, students.
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With bubble not an option, NFL remains vulnerable to COVID-19
As successful as the NBA and NHL have been in rebooting their seasons during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, the NFL can’t possibly enjoy the same success. In fact, it can’t possibly make it through the season without it going off the rails.
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Coronavirus outbreak boosts new home sales in central Ohio
While the nation's economy muddles through the coronavirus pandemic, home builders in central Ohio and beyond are enjoying one of their best summers in years. With record low mortgage rates available but a small pool of existing homes to choose from,
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Covid-19 and the Limits of American Moral Reasoning
Two months later, as school reopenings loom, Donald Trump’s all-out “war” against Covid-19 has been—like all other American “wars” since 1942 —an unevenly waged failure. We lead the world not only in defense spending but also in Covid-19 cases and deaths.
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The Americans with Disabilities Act at 30: A cause for celebration during COVID-19?
When President George Herbert Walker Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law on July 26, 1990, we doubt he was thinking about protecting people with disabilities during a pandemic.
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When contact tracing fails: Testing delays thwart California COVID-19 trackers
A surge in COVID-19 cases and a shortage of contact tracers has for weeks hampered Sacramento County's efforts to contact and warn people exposed to coronavirus. Now, an additional hurdle is inhibiting the county's contact tracing: testing slowdowns. on
IATSE Members Petition Union’s Leaders For Stronger COVID-19 Protocols On Commercials & Music Videos
More than 300 IATSE members, dissatisfied with what they call “a-la-carte protocols” for the safe return to work on commercials and music videos, have signed a letter urging their union leaders to
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NBA announces no new coronavirus cases in bubble since July 13
League and players association have dropped the number of positive cases to none at Disney; some players still quarantined in home markets
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1,000 volunteers in Houston needed for third phase of COVID-19 vaccine testing
HOUSTON — As the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine enters Phase 3 of testing, two Houston clinics need your help. "This is what we call medical heroes," said Dr. Sarah Hasan, a recruitment lead with DM Clinical in Tomball.
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Nature Is the Biggest Winner From COVID-19 Lockdowns
Anthropause is a new scientific term describing the phenomenon of animals expanding their reach due to cessation of human activity.
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Grave coronavirus milestones we’ve met or passed
Along with that somber news, we have met or surpassed a number of other milestones this weekend. Here’s a look at just a few, according to statistics from the state Health Department: * Total new cases in Pennsylvania pass 100, on
Portland officials ID rent assistance, arts groups, homeless among priorities for federal coronavirus relief funds
More financial aid for renters, businesses, and Multnomah County’s public health and homeless services are among the city of Portland’s plans to spend its $114 million in federal coronavirus aid. The City Council discussed the plan Wednesday,
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Senate Republicans Have the Blood of COVID-19 Victims on Their Hands
That is why, as much as Donald Trump, Senate Republicans have the blood of COVID-19 victims on their hands., There was a moment not too long ago when they could have removed this incompetent narcissist from office for abuse of power and obstruction of justice.
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Orioles' Anthony Santander says he previously tested positive for coronavirus, had 'mild symptoms'
Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander said Wednesday that the reason for his extended absence to begin the team's training camp was a positive test for the coronavirus. Santander and fellow outfielder Dwight Smith Jr.
Ocean investment could aid post-Covid-19 economic recovery
Every dollar invested in a sustainable ocean economy can yield at least five times the return in benefits, according to a new report commissioned by the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy. on
How 1 league is already making football work in the coronavirus era
The Inter Active Football League, a semi-pro league, is back on the field after its coronavirus shutdown. How is that league making it work?
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Yu Darvish: If Cubs didn't take COVID-19 seriously, 'I was ready to go home'
Darvish was the first player in the majors last spring to publicly express fear of the COVID-19 spread and lethality of a virus that was blamed for fewer than 10 American deaths at the time. Four months and more than 130,