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Why our minds can't make sense of COVID-19's enormous death toll
As we reach grim milestones—200,000 dead in the U.S. and one million globally—our new challenge is overcoming the natural tendency to go numb.
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This Fort Worth ISD employee collected donations to pay people’s bills amid COVID-19
Atrash, an employee of International Newcomer Academy, paid bills, set up a food pantry and gave away household items to parents through various community donations.
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Pelosi calls out Trump ‘enablers’ for not speaking up about the coronavirus sooner
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) on Sept. 18 chastised Trump’s “enablers” for not speaking up as the president downplayed the severity of the coronavirus pandemic. on
New round of grants in King County to help small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic
A new round of grant funding is opening up in King County to help small businesses and nonprofits impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Don’t Worry, ‘Supernatural’ Fans: Series Ending Intact Despite COVID-19 Script Changes, Co-Showrunner Says
Rest assured, co-showrunner Andrew Dabb says the originally planned ending of "Supernatural" is still intact despite COVID script changes.
Highest Rated CEOs During the COVID-19 Crisis
It’s during difficult times that a leader really shows his or her true colors. This year, CEOs had to make difficult decisions due to the COVID-19 crisis.
How Do You Get a COVID-19 Test Before Traveling?
Whether visiting loved ones that you don’t want to get sick, visiting a place that requires a negative coronavirus test, or simply wanting to be safe, getting a COVID test before traveling is the responsible way to travel.
CU-Boulder sees dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases; health dept. 'strongly recommends' all students quarantine for 2 weeks
Positive, cumulative cases of COVID-19 at the University of Colorado-Boulder have spiked dramatically since the start of the fall semester, prompting the chancellor to issue a letter urging students to do their part.
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People With COVID-19 Are Significantly More Likely to Have Eaten at a Restaurant
Eating at a restaurant could present a bigger risk for coronavirus exposure than many may realize. In fact, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), those who tested positive for COVID-19 were significantly more likely to have eaten at a restaurant in the previous 14 days than those who tested negative.
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Citizens report corruption in COVID-19 humanitarian aid, quarantine, health care
The cases, from Italy to Venezuela to Ghana, describe bribery, favouritism, and other corruption acts witnessed by citizens in the delivery of humanitarian aid, the enforcement of restrictions on travel and movement,
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Israel to impose second lockdown as coronavirus cases surge
Three-week lockdown starting Friday afternoon will last through the entire Jewish holiday season. Israel will enter a three-week nationwide lockdown, starting Friday, to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus after a second-wave surge in new cases.
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Report: COVID-19 activity declining in Washington with the help of face masks, social distancing
The DOH said they're seeing decreases in case counts across all ages groups in both eastern and western Washington since the start of August.
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Every COVID-19 Death Has Devastated a Family
When I contemplate the more than 190,000 Americans dead from this virus, I keep remembering the way this one death ravaged our family. For an entire year, my mother wore only black, and even after she felt able to return other colors to her wardrobe,
Mark Levin: Coronavirus Vaccine Progress "Scares The Hell Out Of Democrats And The Media
"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin told "Hannity" Thursday night that Democrats and the mainstream media appear to be rooting against the development of a coronavirus vaccine before Election Day.
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Arizona Base's Pharmacy Continues All Operations During COVID-19
The 56th Medical Group pharmacy at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona continues to serve its patients while implementing preventative safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Exposure to wildfire smoke can increase your risk of contracting COVID-19, experts say
Smoke from wildfires can cause serious irritation to a person's lungs, increasing the risk of infection by the coronavirus, a doctor warns.
Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Will Stop Doing Enhanced Airport Health Screenings For International Travelers
A look at preparing for the spread of coronavirus is here, and if you have lingering questions about the virus, here is our regularly updated coronavirus FAQ. Here are some local and state hotlines for more information: NYC: 311;
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Fox host on Trump's admission that he intentionally downplayed COVID-19: “I thought that was just fine and dandy”
I thought he did the right thing. What say you? PETE HEGSETH ( FOX & FRIENDS WEEKEND CO-HOST): Of course! So, I actually think the Woodward thing, it's a 24-hour, you know, 36-hour hysteria, but it doesn't actually change the perception of people who appreciate -- there is a very stark choice here.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine study paused after illness
Late-stage studies of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine candidate are on temporary hold while the company investigates whether a recipient's "potentially unexplained" illness is a side effect of the shot.
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Jessie James Decker Defends Son Eric’s 5th Birthday Party Amid Coronavirus Pandemic: We Were ‘Careful’
Jessie James Decker said she was ‘careful’ while throwing son Eric’s 5th birthday party amid the pandemic — details
Quality Science Communication on COVID-19 Requires Context and Relevance
Researchers, journalists, publishers and organizations face multiple challenges as they communicate new and rapidly changing COVID-19 science, according to an expert panel organized by AAAS for a Sept.
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Incoming nursing class at Penn State Hershey quarantined due to COVID-19
Spokeswoman Barbara Schindo said officials believe the exposure to COVID-19 took place off campus, possibly in a student’s home community. She said the students were taking part in orientation and have had “extremely limited” contacts with patients. on
What parents need to know as NJ schools reopen this week amid coronavirus pandemic
The differences will be stark from the moment kids reach the door. At many schools, staff will take students' temperatures at the entrances.
Local lockdowns outperform global lockdown on the far side of the COVID-19 epidemic curve
During the COVID-19 pandemic, decision makers are grappling with how to reopen (and possibly reclose) their jurisdictions as the number of cases ebbs and flows. Establishing a criterion for each county/municipality to open and close based on their case count has appeal,
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R.I.P. Bruce Williamson, former Temptations lead singer who reportedly battled COVID-19
Bruce Williamson died Sunday night at his Las Vegas home after battling coronavirus, TMZ reports. "There's no words in the world that can express how I feel right now," his son wrote of Williamson, who sang with The Temptations from 2006 to 2015.
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Percentage of positive Covid-19 tests in the UK has dropped from 40% to less than 2.5%
Testing data in the UK shows that comparing positive tests now to positive tests at the height of the outbreak is unfair because they only picked up a tiny proportion of the reality at the time.
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The weekend update: Tuition amid COVID-19, a Ghislaine Maxwell conspiracy, and a landlord’s questionable sob story
This weekend's update includes why university tuition increased during a pandemic, a Ghislaine Maxwell conspiracy, and a landlord’s questionable sob story.
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Titans place Isaiah Wilson on COVID-19/reserve list — again; Dane Cruikshank hits IR
For the second time in six weeks, the Titans on Sunday placed Isaiah Wilson on the COVID-19/reserve list. Wilson, an offensive tackle and the team's first-round pick, also was placed on the list in July.
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Sunday, Sept. 6: Latest developments on coronavirus in Michigan
Michigan reported 838 new cases of coronavirus Saturday, Sept. 5, down from 982 the previous day. Statewide, there have now been 106,215 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 6,534 resulting in death. Saturday marked eight new deaths,
Governments must not miss the energy opportunity as they respond to COVID-19
Governments are not fully grasping the benefits that energy efficiency and renewables could bring to their countries and the climate, writes Jesse Fahnestock
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Scunthorpe vs Port Vale goes ahead despite positive coronavirus test
Scunthorpe's Carabao Cup tie against Port Vale will go ahead on Saturday despite one of their players testing positive for coronavirus.
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Keke Palmer has 'over 10' Covid-19 tests ahead of MTV VMAs
Keke Palmer has revealed she has had several coronavirus tests to ensure she's not got the virus ahead of this weekend's MTV Video Music Awards.
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LA County's homeless seeing lower COVID-19 rates than overall population
New data is showing that the homeless population in Los Angeles County is seeing a much lower infection rate for the coronavirus than the overall community.
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COVID-19 outbreak in Jefferson County Attorney's Office forces suspension of court cases
Four staff members, including three prosecutors, tested positive for the virus in recent days, and an additional 16 staff members are in self-quarantine.
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This Ghanaian company is producing fabric with motifs inspired by COVID-19
Look closely at the fabric produced in recent months by the brand Ghana Textiles Printing, and you’ll notice something unusual about the patterns: They’re padlocks, airplanes and keys. on
Johnson & Johnson Says Vaccine Prevented Severe COVID-19 Symptoms In Hamsters
Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) said Thursday its unit Janssen’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate prevented severe COVID-19 disease in Syrian golden hamsters. What Happened:
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Herd immunity alone won’t stop COVID-19. Here’s why.
One of the White House’s top medical advisors has recommended that the administration adopt an approach to handling the pandemic that would allow the novel coronavirus to quickly infect massive numbers of people in hopes of reaching herd immunity,
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COVID-19 cases finally trending downward in hard-hit South Bay
The number of new COVID-19 cases in the hard-hit South Bay is starting to decline for the first time since the pandemic began to spread throughout San Diego County in March. And while officials are happy with the news,
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Exercise and COVID-19 Can Be a Dangerous Combination, Evidence Shows
COVID-19’s affect on health is a rapidly developing situation. For the most up-to-date information, check resources like the NHS website and GOV.UK site regularly. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
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Is it safe to fly yet? Your chances of catching COVID-19 on an airplane might be lower than you realize
A new study has found that the odds of becoming infected on a short-haul flight is relatively low–assuming everyone on the flight is wearing a mask, that is.