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Popular Mechanics
The Coronavirus Has Effectively Killed the Middle Seat
We've done the math, and a Southwest 737-700, for instance, could still hold 99 passengers if the middle seats are eliminated (or at least kept empty). And Delta is already blocking middle seats until July.
Legendary Auburn coach Pat Dye tests positive for COVID-19, is hospitalized
Pat Dye tested positive for COVID-19 and has been hospitalized, according to an email sent to members of the Toccoa United Methodist Church.
ABC News
How herd immunity may protect us from COVID-19
Once enough people become immune to the novel coronavirus, it can't spread easily throughout the population. Vaccinations are necessary to create that kind of large-scale immunity, as the virus won't just disappear without a vaccine,
NASA plan to sample asteroid Bennu delayed by coronavirus pandemic
REx spacecraft approaching the surface of the asteroid Bennu for a sampling attempt. After delays from the coronavirus pandemic, NASA has picked a date for its spacecraft to snatch up a chunk of space rock to bring home.
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Trump attacks study, defends using malaria drug for COVID-19
President Donald Trump emphatically defended himself Tuesday against criticism from medical experts that his announced use of a malaria drug against the coronavirus could spark wide misuse by Americans of the unproven treatment with potentially fatal side effects.
The State Journal-Register
State reports 2,294 new COVID-19 cases; 59 additional deaths
State public health officials on Monday announced 2,294 new cases of COVID-19 and an additional 59 deaths.That includes one man and one woman, each
Financial News
Will Brexit and coronavirus be a double whammy for the City?
The impact of the virus will not necessarily be bad for London. Indeed, when it comes to Brexit, it could be actually be positive
More COVID-19 cases confirmed in Jackson, Clay Counties
The Cumberland Valley District Health Department confirmed more coronavirus cases in Clay and Jackson Counties.
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13 Sailors On The USS Theodore Roosevelt Again Test Positive For COVID-19 After Reportedly Recovering
Thirteen sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt have again tested positivefor the coronavirus after reportedly recovering from COVID-19, the diseasecaused by the virus, the Navy confirmed.Eight sailors aboard the aircraft carrier tested positive for the diseaseafter previously testing negative,
Your Sunday Updates: 10 have died of COVID-19 in Florida prisons
Joe Byrnes, WMFE. The number of reported prison deaths in Florida from COVID-19 rose to 10 last week. The state has not yet disclo
Three returnees recently evacuated from Dubai test positive for COVID-19
Three of the returnees recently evacuated from Dubai have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). The Commissioner for Health in Lagos State, Professor Akin Abayomi, announced this on Sunday via his Twitter handle.
Greek City Times
Massive crowd parties in Mykonos despite coronavirus pandemic
A video has surfaced of what appears to be a big party on a beach in Mykonos on Friday night, in flagrant violation of the government restrictions.
Sleepy Eye Herald-Dispatch
You can help in community response to COVID-19
The worse may yet be to come, but ‘Stay Home’ orders have helped decrease the infection rate which has allowed our community’s medical services to develop plans and secure personal protective equipment that will help keep everyone safer.
Nikki Haley: ‘The Gov’t Ended Up Helping a Lot of People They Shouldn’t Have’ in COVID-19 Stimulus Bills
The problem is, we ended up, the government ended up helping a lot of people they shouldn’t have,” former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley says, commenting on the massively expensive coronavirus stimulus bills being rushed through Congress.
Republican Herald
DOH to collect nursing home COVID-19 data
The state Department of Health will begin collecting COVID-19 case, death and testing data from individual nursing homes today, and at some point will begin reporting the numbers on the department website.
Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester) on
Coronavirus updates: Reopening day plus one, how did we do so far?
This is the latest information about the coronavirus pandemic Monroe County on Friday, May 15, as reported by the Democrat and Chronicle and USA TODAY Network staff. Read Friday's updates here. Deaths There were 4 new deaths since Friday,
India Today
Former England cricketer slammed after asking 'what is the point of Covid-19 testing?'
Former Englad cricketer Nick Compton took to Twitter on Saturday and wrote that he finds the Covid-19 testing nothing but "complete waste of time and money."
Somaliland: New COVID 19 case reaches 87 patients
Somaliland Health ministry confirms 19 coronavirus positive leading the total number to 87 patients and 8 deaths in 48 hours. According to Somaliland health minister Omar Abdullahi speech on COVID
Treatment with this drug could speed up recovery from COVID-19
In a new study, researchers found treatment with antivirals such as interferons may strongly improve virus clearance and reduce inflammation in COVID-19 patients. They found that treatment with interferon (IFN)-α2b strongly reduced the duration of detectable virus in the upper respiratory tract and reduced blood levels of interleukin(IL)-6 and C-reactive protein (CRP),
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
LOCAL CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Destin, Panama City and Niceville see more cases
The Florida Department of health issued the Friday, May 15, coronavirus report. No new deaths related to the virus were reported east of Escambia County.
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NCAA president: ‘Almost inevitable’ athletes will get COVID-19
NCAA president Mark Emmert acknowledged Friday that when college sports return, it is “almost inevitable” that some athletes will contract the coronavirus. In an interview with CNN, Emmert said, “We have literally a half-million student athletes.
Coronavirus update: 1,460 recover from COVID-19 in Ghana
Ghana has recorded 786 new COVID-19 recoveries as against 108 new cases, health officials reveal. This brings the total number of recoveries to 1,460 as of 15/5
Missouri reports 139 additional COVID-19 cases to reach 10,456 since outbreak started
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reported 139 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, bringing the statewide total to 10,456 since the start of the outbreak. Health officials also reported 14 more patients died from the virus.
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Important Update from the UMMS COVID-19 Workforce Safety Working Group
Workforce Safety Working Group has determined that next week’s planned return to campus will be delayed to Wednesday, May 20, instead of May 18.
Nurse spat on at hospital by woman who said she had coronavirus, Illinois cops say
An Illinois woman who claimed she had coronavirus was arrested this week after spitting in the face of a nurse, according to police. The incident happened around midnight Monday at Mercy Hospital in Aurora, which is a suburb of Chicago, according to the Aurora Police Department. Cynthia Meyers, 33, checked herself into the hospital for ...
Colorado State University
Rushika Perera, Sue VandeWoude land COVID-19 research awards from the Boettcher Foundation
Two research teams from Colorado State University have received grants from the Boettcher Foundation to fight COVID-19 and potential future pandemics. The foundation revealed the names of six grantees awarded a total of just under $1 million in biomedical research funding on May 15. More than 120 grant applications were submitted for the ...
The Chronicle of Higher Education
AP Tests During Covid-19: Heartbreak, Technical Glitches, and Anonymous Intrigue
Take-at-home versions of the College Board’s Advanced Placement exams debuted this week. Things did not go smoothly for everyone.
COVID-19 to have short term, positive impact on gaming market
In the short-term, COVID-19 might have a positive impact on the gaming sector, as people forced to stay at home look for ways to entertain themselves, according to Research and Markets. The 39% increa
Nigerian Tribune
COVID-19: Nigeria evacuees to pay for isolation centres, foreign affairs demands
The memo read in part: “I am directed to bring to your attention, that due to measures that are beyond the control of the COVID-19 local organising team in Nigeria, all evacuees going to Nigeria ...
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Coronavirus causes quarter of all deaths in care homes, official data shows
More than a quarter of all care home deaths since the start of the UK’s coronavirus outbreak involved COVID-19, new data shows. It was involved in 27.3% of all deaths of care home residents between 2 March and 1 May,
Anime News Network
Pokémon: Twilight Wings Net Anime's 5th Episode Delayed to June 5 Due to COVID-19
Studio Colorido 's net anime short series for the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Nintendo Switch role-playing games ⁠— announced on Friday that the anime's fifth episode is delayed to June 5 due to the effects of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on the show's production.
SportsNet New York
Art Howe in intensive care battling coronavirus
Former Mets manager Art Howe is in intensive care battling coronavirus. "Want to send best wishes on behalf of our entire organization to former @Mets manager Art Howe who is in a Houston hospital battling COVID-19,
Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Military transport flyover salutes Parkersburg health workers in COVID-19 fight
While the flyovers are a training mission, it is part of a nationwide salute supporting those in the COVID-19 response and to raise morale and spirits during the pandemic. It circled the hospital and the downtown twice before leaving.
CBS Tampa
Clearwater Beach, A Glimpse Into The New Norm Due To COVID-19
CLEARWATER BEACH – Clearwater Mayor Frank Hibbard and CW44’s Andrea Alvarez visited The Sandpearl Resort Hotel on Clearwater Beach to observe some of the changes made for the safety of guests interested in visiting one of America’s consistently top rated beaches. You must log in to post a comment.
Iowa City Press-Citizen
Johnson County Fair canceled due to COVID-19
Due to the ongoing uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the Johnson County Fair have canceled the annual event.
Samsung bolsters LCD monitor production as COVID-19 boosts demand
Samsung Display confirmed earlier this year that it will end the production of all LCD panels by the end of 2020, but until that happens, the company is reportedly reorganizing its resources to meet a huge increase in LCD monitor demand caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Comic Book Movie
THE BATMAN Remains On Hold In The UK Despite Recent Lifting Of COVID-19 Restrictions
A studio like this one will want to make sure that the cast and crew are 100% safe, as it would be a disaster for COVID-19 to make its way through a production like The Batman. For now, we're just going to have to wait and see what happens as there's so much uncertainty surrounding, well, everything. With any luck, the studio is plotting out ...
Coronavirus testing site moving to former Elder-Beerman
Coronavirus testing site moving to former Elder-Beerman Wayne County's site for free COVID-19 testing will move Monday from the National Guard Armory to the former Elder-Beerman. Check out this story on ...
Petrobras Confirms Covid-19 Cases on Xaréu Platforms
All underwent RT-PCR testing, are in isolation and being monitored by health teams. Petrobras has disembarked all employees on the PXA-1 and PXA-2 platforms from the Xaréu fields, in Ceará, after suspected Covid-19 cases were confirmed. All underwent RT-PCR testing, are in isolation and are being monitored by health teams. As part of ...
Time Out
Mt Fuji is closing its main hiking trail this summer due to coronavirus
Sad news for anyone planning to climb Mt Fuji in the summer this year: Yamanashi prefecture officials have announced plans to close the mountain’s easiest and most popular hiking path – the Yoshida trail – to curb the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus.
IU Makes Another Meaningful Donation To Help Those Affected By COVID-19
IU has made another meaningful donation to help those in need! On May 14, the city of Gwacheon in Gyeonggi Province revealed that IU had donated 10 million won (approximately $8,150) on May 6 to help low-income families who are struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rockford Register Star
Illinois reports 192 more COVID-19 deaths, highest one-day total
Public health officials said Wednesday that an additional 192 people in Illinois have died from COVID-19, the highest one-day total to date. The deaths reported in the last 24 hours are 16 more than the previous high on May 5. There have now been 3,792 people to die from COVID-19 in Illinois, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.
American Enterprise Institute
Coronavirus testing, tracing, and targeted containment: Steps to reopen the country
The answer is we’re probably in for a long fight. We’ll face a persistent risk, maybe until we get a vaccine, or even after. But that risk can be managed, and reduced, if we focus on helping those at the greatest threat of getting the disease.
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Los Angeles Rams face mask, NFL face masks are the perfect COVID-19 prevention for football fans, Where to get them
Looking to support your NFL favorite, Los Angeles Rams in these unprecedented times, look no further than purchasing a Rams facial covering. These facial coverings are to help protect the health and safety of fans amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Cities Look to Sustainable Recovery After COVID-19
Mayors of 10 U.S. cities are among those who've endorsed principles for a healthy, equitable, and sustainable economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Science News
Loss of smell and taste may actually be one of the clearest signs of COVID-19
Data from a symptom tracker smartphone app used by millions of people shows two-thirds of positive patients reported losing these senses.
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New Carolina Panthers face mask, NFL face masks are the perfect COVID-19 prevention for football fans, Where to get them
Looking to support your NFL favorite, Carolina Panthers in these unprecedented times, look no further than purchasing a Panthers facial covering. These facial coverings are to help protect the health and safety of fans amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Bank of America gives $500,000 to Fred Hutch and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance for COVID-19 relief
Seattle's Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance win a $500,000 grant from Bank of America to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
More Than 50 Women Stand #TogetherForHer to Address Gender-Based Violence During Covid-19
According to The United Nations Population Fund, six months of lockdowns could result in an additional 31 million cases of gender-based violence across the globe. The Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project (Ctaop),
The New Civil Rights Movement
‘One of the Stupidest Things I’ve Ever Heard’: Morning Joe Wallops Trump’s Latest Response to COVID-19 in the White House
“The pandemic doesn’t care about the optics. The president also — you talk about the death of expertise, this is just the sell celebration of stupidity, when the president of the United States talks about the vice president’s press person getting COVID-19, and then saying, ‘See, I told you tests don’t matter, even with all these ...
Medicine Buffalo
UB student crafts COVID-19 data models for government
PhD candidate Monica Rogers creates data models to assist key decision-makers in the city of Tulsa and the state of Oklahoma.
CBS Chicago
State Sen. Patricia Van Pelt Calls For Donations To Help West Side Seniors Fight COVID-19
CHICAGO (CBS) — An Illinois state senator on Sunday called for donations to protect seniors on Chicago’s West Side from COVID-19. State Sen. Patricia Van Pelt (D-Chicago) said seniors are not getting enough access to masks, gloves, testing, and other resources. “This is a time that we’ve never seen before; experience we’ve never had ... on
9,692 coronavirus cases in Alabama, 393 deaths; Latest county-by-county numbers
The coronavirus death toll in Alabama is nearing 400. The Alabama Department of Public Health’s May 10 9:30 a.m. numbers show 9,692 coronavirus cases in the state, an increase of 620 since Friday. The death toll is now 393,
Greenville News
Letter: Children in US custody deserve protection from COVID-19
A Greenville resident says children kept in detention facilities are vulnerable to coronavirus outbreaks and should be released to protect them.
CORONAVIRUS THEOLOGY: Despite Pope Petrus Romanus’ Pleadings On Behalf Of GAIA, Maybe Nature Shouldn’t Be Worshipped After All
Maybe the coronavirus will awaken young people, who have been taught by nature-worshipping teachers and raised by nature-worshipping parents, to the idiocy of worshipping nature rather than
COVID-19: WHO to launch a COVID-19 app for countries that don’t have their own
Many countries have COVID-19 symptom and tracking apps, but the World Health Organization wants to fill those gaps for those countries that are too tense
The Edge
Covid-19: MoH reports 67 new infections today, 96 recoveries, no death
Combine search:  "high speed rail" @author "Bhattacharjee" @category "From the Edge" Searching either words : 1MDB MAS  Searching all words : “Genting Berhad” Searching Chinese phrase : “马电讯” The Ministry of Health (MoH) reported 67 new infections today,
Daily Sun
Covid-19: 14 dead, 887 infected in 24 hours
Covid-19: 14 dead, 887 infected in 24 hours College student stabbed dead in Pabna 6 security personnel killed in roadside bomb attack in Pakistan Man kills wife in Kishoreganj, husband held Agriculture officials see surplus Boro output this year
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This Map Shows Case Distribution of COVID-19 in NCR
The map shows a concentration of COVID-19 cases in the center Metro Manila, with concentration of cases seen in Manila, Mandaluyong, Pasay, and San Juan. Despite the seeming density of cases in at the center,
Daily Inter Lake
Out-of-state person tests positive for COVID-19 in Lake County
An out-of-state individual tested positive for COVID-19 in Lake County this week, according to a press release from the Lake County-CSKT COVID-19 Incident Command System.
Americas Quarterly
AQ Podcast: Frontline Doctors on COVID-19’s Lessons for Latin America
As it tears through Latin America, the coronavirus has highlighted both the importance of smart governance, as well as the toll of the region’s inequality. On the Americas Quarterly Podcast, Editor-in-chief Brian Winter speaks to doctors on the frontlines of the crisis about what they’re seeing,
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Testing uneven, or nonexistent, at meatpacking plants with COVID-19 outbreaks
Pork, beef and poultry laborers have been asked to return to fast-moving, shoulder-to-shoulder meat-cutting lines with no clear idea of who does or does not carry the virus. Across the country, meat factories have been the scenes of the largest outbreaks in the country.
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Google extends coronavirus work-from-home plan till end of 2020
Some employees expected to be able to return to offices in June or July, with extra coronavirus-safety measures, company confirms.
Long Island Press
M&T Bank Donates $50,000 to United Way of Long Island’s COVID-19 Response Fund
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Buffalo-based M&T Bank donated $50,000 to help the nonprofit United Way of Long Island launch its new initiative providing relief to those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The effort, United Together: A Response Fund For COVID-19 ...
Join Yaakov Shwekey, Ishay Ribo and Mordechai Ben David for Migdal Ohr’s Israel COVID-19 Relief Fund Concert
International Jewish music stars Yaakov Shwekey, Ishay Ribo and Mordechai Ben David will sing at a virtual concert called “Together as One” on May 12, Lag B’Omer, to benefit tens of thousands of Israeli citizens who have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Inside Higher Ed
Coronavirus News Roundup for May 8
Everything you need to know for Friday and the weekend about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package (with some distractions to help your sanity).
Multivalent carbohydrate-binding modules show efficacy against COVID-19
Tested on plaque reducing assays, researchers have identified a lead candidate multivalent carbohydrate-binding module for the treatment of COVID-19.
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Tasmania's cautious plan to reopen as the coronavirus crisis continues
The Tasmanian Government has given a green light to the gradual reopening of the state. Here's how it will work.
Luxury Swiss watch fair goes all-digital during COVID-19 lockdown
When the coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of the luxury Swiss watch fair, Watches and Wonders, the fair’s organisers decided to take it online for the first time. The new format also offers live-streaming events aimed specifically at the Chinese market.
Bonner County Daily Bee
PHD: No new COVID-19 cases here
No news is good news during the novel coronavirus pandemic. No new cases of the dreaded virus emerged in the region on Thursday, according to the Panhandle Health District. There are 62 cases in Kootenai County and four in Bonner County.
Gaming Polls
Ninjala suffers delay as COVID-19 has slowed development
GungHo Online Entertainment has announced Ninjala‘s release date has been delayed as the development on the game has been slowed down by COVID-19 shutdowns. In a press release, the developer has revealed the new release date is now slated for June 24,
NORD (National Organization for Rare Disorders)
Infographic Illustrates Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Rare Disease Patients and Families
Community Survey Report reveals the far-reaching impact the pandemic is having on rare patients and families. 772 participants responded to the survey conducted by NORD’s research team from April 1 through April 8,
The Museum of Modern Art made drastic cuts in order to weather COVID-19.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has undertaken drastic cuts in order to weather the COVID-19 pandemic. MoMA director Glenn Lowry said on a Zoom call reviewed by Bloomberg that the museum has reduced its budget from around $180 million to $135 million for the fiscal year that begins July 1st,
UK Rapper Ty Dead at 47 From COVID-19
UK rapper Ty has died, as The Guardian reports. The Nigerian British artist, who was nominated for the Mercury Prize in 2004, died from COVID-19 complications. He was 47 years old. Ty was born Ben Chijioke to Nigerian immigrant parents in London.
Project On Government Oversight
COVID-19 and the First Amendment: Challenges to Speech and Religious Activity
In this week’s briefing, experts on First Amendment rights examine the range of questions raised for freedom of speech and religion created by COVID-19, especially as social distancing measures strain public activities and interactions.
The York Dispatch
With many fairs canceled by coronavirus, 4-H helps kids market livestock themselves
With many fairs canceled by coronavirus, 4-H helps kids market livestock themselves With summer fast approaching, many York County 4-H students would be preparing to showcase their livestock at county fairs — if they had any shows to attend.
Library staff learning surges on WebJunction amid COVID-19 closures
As libraries close physical spaces and adapt services to remote work, we’ve seen library staff spend more time than ever on professional development.
Business Insider
Outhiink is Pleased to Announce the Release of its In-Depth Eye-Opening Analysis: "COVID-19: Where We Go From Here"
Where We Go From Here While most of the casualties to date took place in long-term care (LTC) facilities, as we reopen the economy we must shift our focus to the senior population at large to save the maximum number of lives.
Schoolchildren in 193 countries use Microsoft Teams to ask WHO and UNICEF experts about Covid-19
A UK school has teamed up with the WHO and UNICEF to host a “global classroom” online that helped 150,000 young people learn more about COVID-19.
Big Think
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing an increase in relapses. Here are signs to look for...
Being aware of this issue is a big first step in helping vulnerable communities (such as those struggling with addiction) combat relapse during this pandemic.
Battle Creek Enquirer
Another coronavirus death in Calhoun County, but infection rate is slowing, health officials say
A new death and three new cases have been confirmed in Calhoun County, but the percent of positive tests returned is going down.
United States Patent and Trademark Office
USPTO to allow filing of plant patent applications and correspondence via patent electronic filing systems in response to the COVID-19 outbreak
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today announced it will temporarily permit the filing of plant patent applications and follow-on documents via the USPTO patent electronic filing systems (EFS-Web or Patent Center) until further notice.
US Department of State
Additional U.S. Foreign Assistance Builds Upon U.S. Leadership in the Global COVID-19 Response
As we work together to defeat the coronavirus at home, the United States stands with our global partners in their time of need, as we always have. A healthier world means a healthier United States. For more than a half century,
Harvard Forecasts Big COVID-19-Related Losses and Enters Cost-Saving Mode
University projects a $750 million revenue shortfall in FY21 in light of the economic fallout of the coronavirus.
COVID-19 is Coinciding with Dangerous Trends in Burundi's Democracy
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s full steam ahead in Burundi with regard to the presidential and parliamentary elections slated for May 20.
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New Minnesota Vikings face mask, NFL face masks are the perfect COVID-19 prevention for football fans, Where to get them
Looking to support your NFL favorite, Minnesota Vikings in these unprecedented times, look no further than purchasing a Vikings facial covering. These facial coverings are to help protect the health and safety of fans amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Fond du Lac Reporter
Five new coronavirus cases confirmed in Fond du Lac County on Tuesday
Five new coronavirus cases confirmed in Fond du Lac County on Tuesday With the five new cases, 83 people have now tested positive for the virus in Fond du Lac County, according to the Community Impact Dashboard. Check out this story on ...
The Roanoke Times
Videos: Pressure mounts on U.S. police as they chart new territory with coronavirus, and other COVID-19 stories
Police officers in the U.S. are under pressure as they enforce social distancing in some states, a couple on their honeymoon in Hawaii were arrested for not following the state's
Thousands join CPJ’s call for governments to release jailed journalists amid COVID-19
In recognition of World Press Freedom Day, marked each year on May 3, the Committee to Protect Journalists today said 11,337 supporters from at least 105 countries, alongside 192 partner organizations,
National League of Cities
Cities Are Essential: New Campaign Calls for Immediate, Direct Funding to Support Local COVID-19 Response and Recovery
Cities are essential – to the fabric of this nation, to the pandemic response effort, and to the 200 million residents we provide essential services for,” said Clarence Anthony, CEO and Executive Director,
Eight new Covid-19 cases reported from Karnataka, tally at 659
With 8 new cases reported on Tuesday, the Karnataka’s tally moves up to 659 with 28 deaths and 324 discharge according to morning media bulletin from the Health and Family Welfare Services, Government of Karnataka.
Reno Gazette-Journal
WCSD: Students won't be penalized with lower grades during COVID-19 distance learning
Washoe students won't receive grades lower than their marks as of April 1, WCSD Superintendent Kristen McNeill announced Monday afternoon.
Sheboygan Press
Sheboygan County coronavirus update includes two cases at an assisted living facility
Sheboygan County coronavirus update includes two cases at an assisted living facility Sheboygan county currently has 10 active cases, 44 recovered and two deaths. Check out this story on
New Military Test Detects COVID-19 Before It’s Infectious
A new COVID-19 test could be able to tell whether someone’s caught the coronavirus just 24 hours after they were infected — before they even show symptoms or become infectious themselves. If the test works as expected, it could play a major role in preventing future outbreaks by letting people know they need to self-isolate well before they ...
Coronavirus in Austin: Bufalina, Bufalina Due to reopen for takeout
The much-loved pizzeria Bufalina (and its sister restaurant Bufalina Due) are reopening on Wednesday after being closed for 8 weeks. Owner Steven Dilley says that both locations will open for takeout only starting May 6,from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Bufalina (1519 E Cesar Chavez Street) and 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Due location (6555 Burnet Road ...
CBS Minnesota
Give To The Max Day Amid COVID-19
GiveMN, the nonprofit behind Give to the Max Day, has a new fundraiser to help Minnesotans during the COVID-19 Outbreak, Kim Johnson reports (2:35). WCCO Mid-Morning - May 4, 2020
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Decatur officials update the COVID-19 latest on Monday
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LIVE UPDATE AT 10 A.M. Guests will include Decatur Mayor Tab Bowling and Morgan County Commission Chairman Ray Long. Follow the latest COVID-19 news here. Copyright 2020 WAFF. All rights reserved. Like us on Facebook to see similar stories Please give an overall site rating:
Mountain Statesman
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) applauded the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announcement that rural healthcare providers will begin to receive funding from the additional COVID-19 emergency response funding that was passed last week.
Drake Discusses Dropping ‘Dark Lane Demo Tapes' During The COVID-19 Pandemic
DJ Khaled, Stephen A. Smith, Shaquille O’Neal, and others also made appearances on Lil Wayne's Apple Music show. "It was just a lot of joints that sort of were floating around. Songs that people ...
Delaware Online
Why are communities of color disproportionately hurt by COVID-19?
As COVID-19 strikes Delaware’s communities of color hardest, advocates call for Racial Equity Taskforce Check out this story on
United News of India
COVID-19 cases in India cross 42 k mark
With 2553 fresh cases adding up in the past 24 hours, the country''s Covid-19 count on Monday rose to 42533, government data said.
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
What does the coronavirus pandemic mean for gender inequality?
The coronavirus pandemic is changing our attitude to far more than just public health. The ways we work, socialise and travel may not be the same again for some time.
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More than half of Monterey County's Covid-19 cases are in two Salinas zip codes
The Monterey County Public Health Department has released the zip code information for its COVID-19 cases. Two Salinas zip codes have 52% of all cases in the county. The two zip codes are 93905, primarily made up of East Salinas, and 93906, primarily made up of North Salinas. They have 122 cases of COVID-19 between them. The "Salinas area" has ...
North Platte Telegraph
4 new COVID-19 cases reported in Lincoln County
The West Central District Health Department reported four new cases of COVID-19 from Lincoln County on Sunday.
Page Six
Piers Morgan tested for coronavirus after getting symptom
Sign up for our special edition newsletter to get a daily update on the coronavirus pandemic. Piers Morgan announced Sunday that he fears he has the coronavirus. “On medical advice, and out of an abundance of caution for a mild symptom that arose in past 48hrs,
Vancouver Sun on
COVID-19 update for May 3: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C.
Here’s your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for May 3, 2020. We’ll provide summaries of what’s going on in B.C. right here so you can get the latest news at a glance.
Three test positive for COVID-19 in Ohio County
Ohio County Health Department announced three positive tests for COVID-19 Sunday morning. The three additional coronavirus cases increase the county’s
Campaign US
DJ Khaled hosts live concert with AC Milan and Roc Nation for COVID-19 relief
The global event anchored by huge talent took no more than nine days to organize.
Air Force plans flyovers at Alabama hospitals for those "at the front line battling COVID-19”
A large military aircraft will be flying over several Alabama hospitals Tuesday afternoon as a part of the nationwide Air Force Salutes Flyover for hospital employees and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We're suffering due to our actions: Dharmendra on COVID-19
Dharmendra in a recent interview said that coronavirus pandemic is a tight slap on people's faces from mother earth. "The virus has come because of us and we are suffering because of our own actions," he further said.
Adeboye in new message; Why COVID-19 recovery rate is high
Many people have survived coronavirus because ‘someone took a strip for all the diseases in the world.’ ‘That person is Jesus Christ’ This was disclosed by Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God,
No COVID-19 case in Kerala on Sunday; 1 tests negative
Thiruvananthapuram: In a relief for Kerala, no COVID-19 case was reported in the state on Sunday while one person recovered from the virus, Health Minister K. K. Shailaja said. The patient who turned negative is a Kasaragod native,
McKinsey & Company
Survey: Brazilian B2B decision maker response to COVID-19 crisis
As governments and organizations continue to work toward containing COVID-19 and stem the growing humanitarian toll it is exacting, the economic effects are also beginning to be felt. Through a series of regular,
COVID-19 +ve Wayanad truck driver’s route map released
The district administration has released the route map of the person who was tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday. A 52-year-old truck driver, who was under observation at the Kurukkanmoola Primary Health Centre (PHC) had tested positive for COVID-19 in Wayanad.
Covid-19: GFA will continue to engage stakeholders on the way forward - Prosper Harrison Addo
Mr Prosper Harrison Addo says his outfit will continue to engage stakeholders on the way forward amid the coronavirus pandemic.He made this statement after the GFA concluded engagements with clubs and Regional Football Associations (RFA's) in an
The Islands' Sounder
A perspective on COVID-19 | Letters
It’s possible that COVID-19 may very well become the defining event of our lifetime. Most islanders are too young to remember the “Great” depression and World War II. Some of us survived the horrors of Vietnam and wars and suffering in other counties.
India Blooms
COVID-19 lockdown: India permits 193 Pakistani nationals to return home
New Delhi/IBNS: In a humanitarian gesture, India has allowed 193 Pakistani nationals, who are stranded in the country due to COVID-19 lockdown, to be allowed to exit the nation via the Attari-Wagah crossing next week, media reports said. They are reportedly stranded in 10 states across the country. Happiness was evident on the faces of ...
ABC 11 Raleigh NC on
Saving Grace still in need of supplies regardless of COVID-19
We're trying to take advantage of the time we have at home." Saving Grace in Wake Forest says because of COVID-19 and people staying home. They have more people interested in fostering than puppies available.
The Blast
Madonna To Breathe In COVID-19 Air With Antibodies In Tow: Fans Worried
Madonna is off on Coronavirus and COVID-19 again. This time, it isn't a bathtub rant but more about Madonna looking and feeling a lot happier because apparently, she has tested positive for Coronavirus antibodies,
COVID-19 update: Saluda County adds 11 new cases; Laurens County reports second death
State health officials reported Saluda County added 11 more COVID-19 cases to its tally on Saturday while Laurens County had its second death from complications with the virus.
The Financial
MF Approves the Request for Augmentation of Access to Support Georgia Address the COVID-19 Pandemic
The FINANCIAL -- The IMF Executive Board approved a disbursement of US$200 million for budget support to help Georgia meet urgent balance of payments and fiscal needs stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic is expected to have a significant impact on Georgia’s economy, interrupting a positive economic trajectory of past years ...
The Natchez Democrat
Mississippi reports 229 COVID-19 cases, 10 new deaths Saturday
The Mississippi State Department of Health on Saturday reported 229 new cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi and 10 new deaths. Mississippi's total of COVID-19 cases since March 11 now stands at 7,441, with 291 deaths. (Asbury Park, NJ) on
Coronavirus in Monmouth County: Town-by-town COVID-19 case list for May 2
In Monmouth County, there has been a total of 6,266 COVID-19 cases reported since the start of the pandemic with 70 new cases on Saturday.
Covid-19: What lessons can we learn from entrepreneurs who’ve survived similar crises?
Produced and hosted by Justin Norman. Building through crises I’ve been really uncertain how to approach Covid-19 from a podcast content perspective. The one thing we don’t want to do is be prescriptive and try to tell you what the future looks like. At the same time – how much could any of us prepare for this? Sharing what we “should ...
Dhaka Tribune
10-month-old baby recovers from Covid-19 in Chittagong
A 10-month-old boy has returned home from hospital after recovering from Covid-19 in Chittagong. Dr Ashim Kumar Nath, superintendent of Chittagong General Hospital, confirmed the matter to Dhaka Tribune on Saturday.
CBS News
"Eye Opener: FDA authorizes remdesivir for COVID-19 treatment
Drug manufacturer Gilead received emergency FDA authorization for their drug, remdesivir, to be used for COVID-19 treatment. Also, Canada has banned assault-style weapons less than two weeks after the country's deadliest mass shooting.
Business Insider India on
Maha: 56 COVID-19 patients discharged at a time from hospital
The staff at the hospital, including the doctors,clapped for them and bid them goodbye."As per the latest report, a total of 161 persons havetested coronavirus positive in the township. Of them 41 weredischarged till a couple of days back.
Library of Congress
H.R.6585 - Equitable Data Collection and Disclosure on COVID-19 Act 116th Congress (2019-2020)
Equitable Data Collection and Disclosure on COVID-19 Act
Library of Congress
H.R.6568 - Coverage for COVID-19 Treatment Act of 2020 116th Congress (2019-2020)
Coverage for COVID-19 Treatment Act of 2020
Variety on
Madonna Says She Has Coronavirus Antibodies, Wants to ‘Breathe in the COVID-19 Air’
Madonna announced via Instagram today that she has tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, meaning that she has likely already been infected with the virus.
Patriots Wire on
New England Patriots, NFL face masks are the perfect COVID-19 prevention for football fans, Where to get them
Looking to support your NFL favorite, New England Patriots in these unprecedented times, look no further than purchasing a Patriots facial covering. These facial coverings are to help protect the health and safety of fans amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Daily Gazette
Capital Region COVID-19 tracker by county for Friday, May 1
State Tracker numbers for Capital Region counties as of Friday afternoon, May 1. Testing data as of midnight Thursday night. The Daily Gazette is committed to keeping our community safe and informed and is offering our coverage to you free.
Democracy Now
Renowned Mexican Protest Singer Óscar Chávez Dies of COVID-19
The famous Mexican protest singer Óscar Chávez has died at the age 85 after being hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms. And the pioneering Nigerian drummer Tony Allen has died at the age of 79. He helped invent the music genre of Afrobeat while working with Fela Kuti’s band,
Asia Society
Coronavirus: 40 Ambassadors in South Korea Pay Tribute To Medical Workers
Asia Society Korea and JTBC honor doctors, nurses, and other medical staff all over the world in this special video presentation.
CBS Philly
Coronavirus Impact: Philadelphia Health Officials Concerned Children Are Not Getting Necessary Shots During Pandemic
Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley is particularly concerned about measles vaccines. “Certainly, we don’t want to have a measles outbreak on top of the coronavirus outbreak and clinics are open,” he said. “Procedures are in place to protect you as a parent and your children from getting coronavirus if you go to the clinic.”
Greek Reporter
Archbishop Elpidophoros Announces Covid-19 Relief Fund
Archbishop Elpidophoros announced that grants of up to $2,500 will be made available to those who are facing extreme financial hardship as a result of COVID-19.
Journal & Courier
Coronavirus: Daniels intent on reopening Purdue this fall. But what do faculty say? ‘So many questions’
Purdue President Mitch Daniels made national news with his push to reopen the West Lafayette campus for the fall semester, saying students deserve it. How are professors taking it? 'So many questions.
Daily Record
Volunteer doctor, 87, refuses to sit on sidelines during COVID-19 pandemic
Dr. Richard Watson's efforts caught the attention of Gov. Phil Murphy, who gave him a shoutout at his daily press conference on Tuesday.
Sporting News on
Ex-NHL enforcer Georges Laraque battling COVID-19
Former NHL enforcer Georges Laraque announced Thursday that he has been diagnosed with COVID-19. © Provided by Sporting News "I guess I'
Your EDM
SURVEY: Less Than Half Of Americans Willing To Attend Concerts Before COVID-19 Vaccine Is Available
The future of sports events, concerts, movies and amusement parks, even when they reopen to the public, remains questionable. According to a new poll from
Boston Herald on
Inmate, 41, in custody of Essex Sheriff’s office dies from coronavirus complications
An inmate from the Middleton House of Correction has died from complications from COVID-19 while at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, the Essex County Sheriff's Department said Thursday.
Adobe Systems
Coming Together: Advocating for Inclusion in the COVID-19 Era
Adobe is pleased to join the Action Agenda consortium led by Ascend to address the adverse impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak on marginalized groups.
The Daily Advertiser
Coronavirus: Louisiana hospitals concerned that heart attack, stroke patients avoiding ER
The Louisiana Emergency Response Network is emphasizing the need for heart attack, stroke patients to use emergency department resources
Air Force Times
Video: Video Highlights: Military flyovers for COVID-19 medical workers
The Navy's Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds flew over New York and Philadelphia in a show of support for medical and frontline workers battling the COVID-19 coronavirus. See the highlights here. (Courtesy: Air Force / Navy)
Commercial Appeal
Coronavirus in Memphis: Reported COVID-19 case count in Shelby County rises to 2,403, up from 2,358 on Tuesday
Here's a look at how the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has affected Memphis' community, government, healthcare, retail, restaurants and more.
NYC Prosecutors Decline Many Cases Amid COVID-19
New York City prosecutors have declined dozens of criminal cases in which arrests were made since the coronavirus struck, citing court closures and public health concerns associated with ...
COVID-19 Impact: US Time Spent with Audio
Marketer senior forecasting analyst Oscar Orozco joins global director of public relations Douglas Clark to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting eMarketer’s forecasts on time spent with audio,
Global Citizen
Austria: Fund Vaccines in the Fight Against COVID-19
We need to develop a vaccine to help beat COVID-19 and to ensure it reaches the world’s poorest too. What to know: Vaccines
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COVID-19 crisis intensifies at Wisconsin food plants: 1 dead, 100 more test positive
The scope of the coronavirus problem at Wisconsin food processing plants is unknown as officials won't disclose key numbers.
Morning Journal
County COVID-19 total increases by eight including two deaths
The Columbiana County Health District reports as of 9:30 a.m. this morning, there have been eight additional positive COVID-19 cases including two deaths. The deaths were a 55-year-male who was an inmate at the Elkton Federal Prison and an 84-year-old female who was a long-term care facility resident. They both had underlying health conditions.
Hyperion Research Forecasts Widespread Covid-19 Disruption to HPC Market
Today Hyperion Research released its updated analysis of the potential impact areas of the covid-19 pandemic on the HPC market based on recent discussions with HPC system vendors and buyers. There is a large variation in the impacts of the virus for different segments of the HPC market. Hyperion Research is developing a detailed analysis of ...
COVID-19 Disrupts 30% of Americans' Jobs or Finances
Nearly one in three Americans have lost their job, been laid off, seen their hours reduced, or lost income due to the coronavirus.
Larimer hits 315 COVID-19 cases
Larimer County reported nine additional COVID-19 cases for a total of 314 on Sunday. The nine new cases are for test results that came back Saturday and Sunday, with eight Fort Collins residents and one 26-year-old Berthoud woman, according to the Larimer County Department of Health website. The Fort Collins residents are two 20-year-old women ...
States try to find balance of reopening within Covid-19 curve
CNN's John King breaks down several states planning to reopen businesses in the coming week and how some states have "flattened the curve" more than others with coronavirus cases.
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Letter | Officials don’t release enough COVID-19 info
Why doesn’t County provide a city by city breakdown of COVID-19 cases? They instead offer a nearly-meaningless breakdown of south/mid/north county. So someone at the county has the