Aug 01, 2020
Suhana Khan and Ananya Pandays Love for Polka Dots Proves Best Friends who Slay Together Stay Together
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Polka dots will never go out of fashion and we prefer calling it as an obsession than a trend. The print grabbed all the eyeballs after the release of Bobby where Dimple Kapadia’s cute little crop top became a rage among the young fashionistas. Since then the print has evolved with time and the fashion that was started in the early 70s is still going strong, 50 years later.From Kareena Kapoor Khan to Suhana Khan, polka dot outfits have found a place in all the stunners’ wardrobes and we think it’s time you own one. Suhana Khan’s Choice of Casual Outfits Will Never Fail to Impress Us (View Pics).
Recently Shah Rukh Khan’s darling daughter and a social media rage, Suhana Khan took to her Instagram account to share a picture in her cute polka dot dress. While she attempted to flaunt her little Louis Vuitton bag, we were more invested in her attire than anything else. Suhana’s cute halter dress had our attention and it even reminded us of Ananya Panday’s previous outing.Suhana Khan and Ananya Panday
Suhana Khan and Ananya Panday in Polka Dots (Photo Credits: Instagram)
While Ananya prefered separates and not a dress like her bestie, we are equally thrilled about her choice. The SOTY 2 actress kept her look chic and sporty by pairing her outfit with white sneakers instead. Overall, a marvellous choice that proved how best friends always think alike. Ananya Panday Gets Her Monochrome Casual Style on Fleek in This Throwback Photoshoot!
Speaking of which, friendship day is just around the corner. So probably, you would want to call your bestie and think about twinning together. While Suhana and Ananya did in unintentionally, you might as well remove the “un” and do it intentionally. We are looking forward to seeing your pictures together. You can tweet them to us @latestly.
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Gatherings With Trusted Friends, Family Are Driving Rise In Chicago Coronavirus Cases
CHICAGO — A Chicago woman in her 40s went to a birthday party at her mother’s house. There were just a few people there, including her son, daughter, sister and niece. When it was over, every person who attended tested positive for coronavirus, officials said.
Another woman in her 40s went to a party at friend’s home. There were about 20 people there. She later told a coronavirus contact tracer “they were lax on social distancing because they all trusted each other.” She’s now positive.
After slowing the initial spike in coronavirus cases months ago, Chicago is again seeing a troubling rise in cases that could force city officials to tighten restrictions on dining and gatherings that were loosened as cases dropped.
A main culprit, Chicago’s top doctor said Tuesday, is people letting down their guard at gatherings with friends and family and bringing coronavirus back into their homes.
“Recognize when you are out and not being careful, even among your trusted friends and family, you do run the risk of bringing COVID back into your home and into your friends group,” said Dr. Allison Arwady, commissioner of the city’s Department of Public Health.
During the peak of Chicago’s first wave of cases, it saw 1,500 new confirmed cases in one day. In May, the average was 1,000 in a day, Arwady said.
That number shrank to under 200 a day a month ago, but it is now at 270 new cases a day. And it is still on the rise, she said.
“We’ve been seeing a slow increase in cases,” Arwady said. “It’s not been shooting up like we’ve been seeing in some other states, but the unfortunate news is week after week after week, we are adding new cases.”
At the peak, congregate settings like the Cook County Jail and longterm care facilities fueled the spike, but coronavirus in those settings have gotten under control with tighter restrictions and practices, Arwady said.
The current battle is now outside those settings in more every day life. And those are the places often out of the reach of city enforcement, she said,
“In private spaces, like households and social gatherings, the city of Chicago broadly can’t regulate that activity,” she said. “And those are decisions that people are making on a regular basis.
“I know that you feel safe at home. I feel safe at home. I know that you feel safe when you are among friends that you know. It’s easy to let your guard down, to not wear masks, to not social distance. … As people are letting down their guard, they are out potentially contracting COVID and then bringing it back into households.”
Arwady encouraged people to limit their close contacts — the people likely to contract COVID from you if you do become infected. Exposure within a household is the number one risk factor, Arwady said, noting you are 10 times more likely to contract COVID in your home than in other settings, based on people bringing it home.
“We really need to turn these numbers around in Chicago,” she said.
“We can do this, we flattened the curve before. We can do it again.”
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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