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    VALHALLA, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — There has been a 40% increase in child cases of coronavirus in just two weeks. A Mount Vernon boy who battled and beat the virus is now being honored by a children’s hospital for his bravery. Jorden Hutchins has been designated a superhero by the doctors and nurses at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital in Valhalla. The 8-year-old was awarded a special cape and a sash, and made an ambassador to the hospital, after he fought off COVID-19. “I was worried that I might pass. It felt like that I was never going to go home again. Because I was very sick. I had the virus,” Jorden told CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge on Thursday. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Tri-State...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests are having a major impact across the world but also in cities across the Bay Area. Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new interactive newscast weekdays at 3 p.m. with live updates about what's happening where you live.Check back here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. and to join the conversation on Facebook live and YouTube.LIVE UPDATES: Here's the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in the Bay Area, US.WATCH PREVIOUS ABC7 UPDATES ON FACEBOOK HERE:Monday, Aug. 3Friday, July 31 Thursday, July 30 Wednesday, July 29 Tuesday, July 28Monday, July 27Friday, July 24Thursday, July 23Wednesday, July 22 Tuesday, July 21Monday, July 20Friday, July 17Thursday, July 16RELATED...
    Seven players and six staff members from the St. Louis Cardinals have tested positive for COVID-19 over the last week, Major League Baseball (MLB) said on Monday, forcing the postponement of the teams series against the Detroit Tigers this week. The series in Detroit, which was set to run through Thursday, is the latest set of games disrupted by the coronavirus, as the league scrambles to keep its already-shortened season on track less than two weeks after it began. MLB said the Cardinals organization has been in quarantine since Thursday in Milwaukee, where the team was set to begin a series against the Brewers on Friday. Those games were also postponed due to positive COVID-19 results. Brewers centerfielder Lorenzo Cain...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new daily, interactive newscast about the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. GET HELP: Resources and information about COVID-19 COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most...
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota health officials reported eight newly confirmed deaths from COVID-19 on Sunday. That raises the state’s death toll to 1,614 since the pandemic began. Of the eight new deaths, five were in long-term care or assisted-living facilities. Of Minnesota's death toll, 1,231 — or 76 % — are residents of long-term care or assisted-living facilities. The number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases in Minnesota also continued to rise, with 769 newly reported cases Sunday, bringing the state’s total to 55,947. A total of 302 patients were hospitalized Sunday, down 15 from 317 the previous day. The number of those in intensive care units remained at 149. For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate...
    DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES -- When wedding photographer David Martin Jr. saw most of his wedding shoots getting canceled due to COVID-19, he decided to do something."I was hearing an outcry from brides. Their weddings were getting canceled, pushed back, or they had a wedding but they didn't get the photos that they wanted to get. So that was - that's where the idea came from," said Martin.The LA-based photographer teamed up with the Carondelet House in Downtown Los Angeles for a special photoshoot.RELATED: This wedding photographer is putting small business in focusBoth posted on social media about a free, first come first serve, one-day-only wedding shoot for brides and couples in July.Martin's partner Lina Suarez was on-site to help the...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The CTA is making COVID-19-related changes to the overnight Blue Line service that may affect those coming from O'Hare International Airport.From midnight until 4 a.m., inbound passengers headed downtown from O'Hare will have to take a shuttle bus from the airport to the Rosemont stop where they can catch blue line trains. Also, starting tonight, allowing for additional train cleaning, there will be no train departures from O’Hare station from midnight-4am, nightly. Trains still provide service to O’Hare, with return service in these hours by bus to Rosemont. See details: https://t.co/uO7Xr8wkUI pic.twitter.com/etBB3Axt2w— cta (@cta) July 31, 2020The CTA says this change allows additional cleaning of trains at the O'Hare station and will be in effect until further...
    U.S. officials are warning that Russia appears to be the source of a number of articles on the novel coronavirus that contain serious and detrimental information. Authorities have added that they believe the move is an attempt to sow discord throughout the country. According to The Associated Press, Director of National Intelligence officials have learned that two Russians who had previously held leadership roles in the GRU — Moscow’s military intelligence service — have been responsible for hundreds of fake news stories related to the coronavirus that contain false or misleading information. Moreover, the authorities noted that they appear to have been specifically targeted to Americans and other western audiences, noting that they were written in English. In total, at...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell likes to talk about an "epidemic of lawsuits" that will come "on the heels of the pandemic we're already struggling with" to justify the liability protections line in the sand he created for a coronavirus relief bill. That's the ultimatum he came up with after his "let the states go bankrupt" bottom line was roundly rejected by even Republicans. He soon pivoted to pushing the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's wish list of "relief" measures, at the top of which is the removal of legal liability for businesses putting their employees at risk of death. McConnell's new bottom line, you won't be surprised, is bogus. There is not a rush of new personal injury cases related...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The body of a veteran LAPD officer who died last week from COVID-19 has arrived at his final resting place.The flag-draped casket, carrying the body of 45-year-old Valentin Martinez was taken from Saint John's hospital in Santa Monica to Forest Lawn Memorial park in the Hollywood Hills.The van was flanked by fellow first responders along the 23-mile route, as they paid their respects.Officer Martinez was a 13-year veteran of the force. He worked patrol with the Mission division in the San Fernando Valley.EMBED More News Videos A sworn police officer with the Los Angeles Police Department has passed away from complications due to COVID-19, marking the agency's second coronavirus-related death, officials confirmed Friday. He was the...
    ORLANDO (CBSMiami) – State health officials are not seeing any COVID-19 cases associated with the reopening of the theme parks in the Orlando area. Walt Disney World opened its parks earlier this month, while Universal Orlando and SeaWorld reopened in June. Download The New CBS4 News App Here Orange County public health officials are working with the parks to monitor any cases or outbreaks. They say they have yet to see a rise in cases from people going to the parks. The health department said there were some complaints about the use of face coverings, but only at a few attractions.
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new daily, interactive newscast about the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. GET HELP: Resources and information about COVID-19 COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most...
    Hoda Kotb, Jimmy Kimmel, More Stars Pay Tribute to Regis Philbin U.S. Escalates Pressure Over Nord Stream 2, Welt am Sonntag Says Eduardo Rodriguez dealing with heart issue related to COVID-19 Diagnosis The COVID-related health problem that led the Red Sox to shut Eduardo Rodriguez down for a week is related to his heart, WEEI.com’s Rob Bradford reports.  “There seems to be a strong possibility” that Rodriguez is suffering from an inflammation of the heart muscle known as myocarditis, which has been observed in multiple patients recovering from COVID-19. © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Rodriguez tested positive for the coronavirus prior to the start of Boston’s summer camp and had a rough time dealing with symptoms, as he told...
    Boston Beer, the makers of Sam Adams, said COVID-19 has cost the company $14 million in lost revenue and surprise pandemic related expenses. In its earnings report Thursday, July 23, owners outlined where the money went: $5.8 million in keg return revenue; $8.3 million in COVID-19 related direct costs; $5.6 million materials cost $2.7 million operating expenses. Owners said that despite pandemic-related losses, Boston Beer is on track to have a good rest of 2020.  Outside of the virus’s most impactful months, many comparisons, the beer brewery is surpassing sales compared to the same time periods last year.
    Boston Beer, the makers of Sam Adams, said COVID-19 has cost the company $14 million in lost revenue and surprise pandemic related expenses. In its earnings report Thursday, July 23, owners outlined where the money went: $5.8 million in keg return revenue; $8.3 million in COVID-19 related direct costs; $5.6 million materials cost $2.7 million operating expenses. Owners said that despite pandemic-related losses, Boston Beer is on track to have a good rest of 2020. Outside of the virus’s most impactful months, many comparisons, the beer brewery is surpassing sales compared to the same time periods last year.
    Parents in a county with one of Georgias highest coronavirus rates are protesting to get children back in school An Unknown Salmonella Outbreak has Infected Over 100 People in 15 States MCSO to give update on COVID-19 response The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says the department will soon give updates on its COVID-19 response. © Provided by KPNX-TV Phoenix It's the first news conference after two deputies died earlier this month under undisclosed circumstances. MCSO announced July 6 that Sgt. Ernie Quintero and Detention Officer Kevin Fletcher had died but did not release their causes of death. While the update did not further disclose more information on the two officers, it did state that 251 employees are on leave...
    The Dallas Independent School District (DISD) will discuss and decide this afternoon on the following issues affecting the upcoming 2020-2021 school year: Move the start of classes from August 17 to September 8. Elimination of October vacations due to cancellation of State Fair. Adding a holiday on Tuesday, November 3 for Election Day. Change from six week qualification periods to nine week qualification periods. Change from last day of classes, from May 17 to June 18. DISD also announced some of the changes in schools to increase health safety when students are again allowed in classrooms: Students will have personal storage containers so that it is possible to change masks and face shields provided. Students will also receive...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new daily, interactive newscast about the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. GET HELP: Resources and information about COVID-19 COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most...
    Part of going back to school includes being up to date on childhood vaccinations. But the latest data shows that non-flu immunization rates are down in all age groups, most notably among older kids, and doctors are warning that this year it's more crucial than ever because of COVID-19.The pandemic weighed heavily on makeup artist Frenchy Coscoluella when she was pregnant, especially because it's such a high touch environment.Now, the Glendale mom faces another challenge: Getting immunizations for her infant and 12-year-old.RELATED: American Cancer Society releases latest guidelines regarding HPV vaccine effectiveness"I couldn't take them both at the same time. For example, I would have to take one or the other child to the doctor," she said.Despite the inconvenience of...
    At least 15 children in Los Angeles County have been diagnosed with a rare and potentially deadly inflammatory syndrome.According to the Los Angeles Times, doctors believe the syndrome is associated with coronavirus.It can cause different parts of the body to become inflamed -- such as the heart, lungs, kidney or brain.RELATED: Local doctor explains what you should know about rare condition in kids linked to COVID-19EMBED More News Videos Doctors across the country are trying to piece together information involving a seriously inflammatory condition in children that may be linked to the coronavirus. Most of the children have developed the syndrome about two to four weeks after being infected with COVID-19.RELATED: 12-year-old girl who suffered heart failure after COVID-19 diagnosis...
    Amid the coronavirus crisis, some are taking advantage of the situation, Collier County officials warn, warning of people posing as health department officials selling Covid-19 tests from house to house. It is a type of scam that would be registered in the cities of Marco Island and Golden Gate with the aim of defrauding the elderly. Test kits being sold directly to Collier County homes, according to complaints received in recent days by authorities, who let it be known that no one from the health department is going through the houses to sell the tests. Officials assure that the only tests that the county provides are carried out exclusively in the sites designated for this purpose. Authorities caution that...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact around the world and also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place order has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide.All Bay Area counties are sheltering in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The order directs everyone to stay in their homes until at least May 31 unless it's for "essential" services, activities and work. SCHOOL CLOSURES: School, university closures related to COVID-19 in San Francisco Bay AreaMAPS: Check out the latest maps of COVID-19 cases, deaths in the US, world CORONAVIRUS IN CA: Get resources and information about COVID-19 LATEST LOCAL CASES: Updated number of COVID-19 cases, deaths...
              MURFREESBORO, Tennessee – Dr. Damon Petty, a Nashville-area, presented to the Conservative Caucus Saturday his analysis of data related to the excess in deaths and found they are not due to COVID-19. An economics-degreed Harvard graduate who then went on to medical school, Dr. Petty’s goal was to analyze the data in order to make his presentation reflect the University’s veritas – or truth – shield.  The motto of the University, “Veritas Christo et Ecclesiae,” translated from Latin meaning “Truth for Christ and the Church,” was adopted in 1692. Petty presented the number of worldwide deaths by COVID-19 as well as several other viruses and other causes of death in a bar graph....
    A Russian government-backed hacking group reportedly attempted to steal research on coronavirus vaccines from the United States and its closest allies, according to a joint report from the U.S., Britain, and Canada released Thursday. The report, published primarily through Britain’s National Cyber Security Center (NCSC), alleges the group APT29 or ‘Cozy Bear’ was responsible for attempting to break into academic and pharmaceutical institutions for information on COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, according to Reuters. ‘Cozy Bear’ is reportedly the same hacking group widely accused of breaching the Democratic Party ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Russia is the second country the U.S. has accused of attempting to steal coronavirus research, having named China earlier this spring. “While others pursue their selfish...
    OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The latest Consumer Price Index from the Department of Labor shows Americans paid nearly five percent more for food this year over last, led by big increases in meat and dairy prices.ABC7 asked shoppers inside Community Foods Market on San Pablo Avenue in Oakland if they are paying more for food.Their answer: a resounding yes, although they may differ on what they're paying more for.A shopper named Anthony said, "Beef prices have skyrocketed. Pork, like spareribs have skyrocketed."But a shopper named Grace guessed: "butter, eggs, and dairy."RELATED: Give Where You Live: Donate to Bay Area food banksTurns out they're both right.Brahm Ahmadi is Community Foods CEO."We've seen price fluctuations in meat anywhere from 10 percent to...
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KABC) -- California has revamped its guidelines for COVID-19 testing to focus on those in hospitals or considered at high risk of infection as the surging pandemic strains testing capacity.The state health department on Tuesday released a four-tier priority system for testing.Those hospitalized with COVID-19 symptoms top the list along with "close contacts" of those with infections. Next in line are those living in high-risk facilities such as nursing homes, prisons and homeless shelters, along with health care and emergency service workers.RELATED: California officials explain how state is expanding COVID-19 testingThe third tier includes workers in retail, manufacturing, food services, agriculture, public transportation and education.California health plans already cover testing at no cost to the patient if the...
    Scientists and medical experts are blasting an internal New York state study that let Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration off the hook for ordering nursing homes to admit coronavirus patients. “They really need to own the fact that they made a mistake, that it was never right to send COVID patients into nursing homes and that people died because of it,” Dr. Michael Wasserman, president of the California Association of Long Term Care Medicine, told The Associated Press. Catherine Troisi, an epidemiologist at the University of Texas, Houston, said the Department of Health report was riddled with holes, including a lack of data on nursing homes that were free of the deadly disease before being forced to admit infected patients. “Would...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health says the spike in COVID-19 cases is mainly related to younger people traveling and socializing. The spike prompted the department to send out an emergency warning. COVID-19 infections are going up in Pennsylvania because of a significant increase in cases among younger people. The concerning new trend prompted the Department of Health to send out alerts over the weekend. The alert, titled “Changing Epidemiology of COVID-19 Case Demographics,” was sent to health care providers over the weekend. The new trend is a significant increase in cases among younger people, mainly between the ages of 19 to 24. Driven by scenes like this from Allegheny County, which includes Pittsburgh, where people are crowded...
    Sun Belt states already struggling with rising COVID-19 infections and deaths are having to suffer through an extensive heat wave through the weekend and into the early days of the week. As states like Florida, California and Texas set records on Thursday for the surge in coronavirus, Americans living in the states and others nearby grappled with whether they risked being out in the heat. As of Friday, 10,000 Texans were hospitalized with the disease. According to the Weather Channel, searing heat will move from the Desert Southwest and Southern Plains and into the Midwest and East into the next week.  Americans living in the Sun Belt are having to tackle extreme heat as well as a surge in...
    Crystal Cox/Business Insider A man with COVID-19 started to have manic episodes after 10 days with a fever and dry cough. He told his wife he had sex with men, splashed other patients with water, and touched hospital staff inappropriately. Eventually, the man's episode became so severe doctors sedated him and sent him to a psychiatric hospital. He was discharged 12 days later with medication. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A man who was diagnosed with COVID-19 had a rare symptom of the respiratory illness: he experienced a manic episode, in which he told his wife he'd had sex with other men but kept it a secret. The 41-year-old UK-based man came to the emergency room...
    COVID-19-related discrimination has dropped from its peak in April but still persists for Asian, Black and Latino Americans, new research suggests — and experts say there are steps anyone can take to help eradicate it. Asian Americans in early June were more than twice as likely as white Americans (13% versus 5%) to report having recently experienced COVID-19-associated discrimination, according to results from the ongoing Understanding Coronavirus in America Study conducted by USC Dornsife’s Center for Economic and Social Research (CESR). Black (9%) and Latino Americans (9%) were nearly twice as likely as white people to report this experience. The survey measured perceived COVID-19-associated discrimination by whether respondents said they had been treated with less respect and courtesy than...
    Private and government-subsidized early childhood education programs are adapting to an ongoing pandemic, along with the families they are trying to serve.Providers are following local guidelines to keep children and workers safe, which means class sizes must be significantly smaller."We have families who are calling us every day wanting to go to work and we're having to tell them, at some of our schools, that we're really sorry, we don't have a space," said Lisa Wilkin, executive director of the Childhood Development Consortium of Los Angeles.Subsidized programs have more of a safety net through government funding.RELATED: As schools plan to reopen with student rotations, parents worry about how they will manage kids and work"Even if they have reduced capacity; two,...
    LISLE, Ill. (WLS) -- A west suburban district has laid out a plan for students' to return to school, and now parents are deciding what to do.Sara Sadat has a lot on her plate. She's a mother of three who works full-time and serves as a Village of Lisle trustee. So when Lisle School District 202 presented parents with a preliminary back to school plan that involves in-person instruction five days a week, Sadat was thrilled."There are many things I'm good at, teaching is not one of them," Sadat said.RELATED: Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopenLeaving the teaching to the teachers is exactly what full-time working parent Ann George said her three kids need."Even talking to...
    LISLE, Ill. (WLS) -- A west suburban district has laid out a plan for students' to return to school, and now parents are deciding what to do.Sara Sadat has a lot on her plate. She's a mother of three who works full-time and serves as a Village of Lisle trustee. So when Lisle School District 202 presented parents with a preliminary back to school plan that involves in-person instruction five days a week, Sadat was thrilled."There are many things I'm good at, teaching is not one of them," Sadat said.RELATED: Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopenLeaving the teaching to the teachers is exactly what full-time working parent Ann George said her three kids need."Even talking to...
    LISLE, Ill. (WLS) -- A west suburban district has laid out a plan for students' to return to school, and now parents are deciding what to do.Sara Sadat has a lot on her plate. She's a mother of three who works full-time and serves as a Village of Lisle trustee. So when Lisle School District 202 presented parents with a preliminary back to school plan that involves in-person instruction five days a week, Sadat was thrilled."There are many things I'm good at, teaching is not one of them," Sadat said.RELATED: Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopenLeaving the teaching to the teachers is exactly what full-time working parent Ann George said her three kids need."Even talking to...
    For the first time since the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic began in March, there are no new deaths in Connecticut related to the virus. Gov. Ned Lamont made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon, July 7. Lamont also noted that Connecticut is ranked best in the nation in COVID-19 growth rate, the average number of people who become infected by someone with the virus. (See image above.) "Let's keep wearing masks," Lamont said. "Let's keep getting tested. Let's look out for one another. "The way we're going to keep these numbers low is by working together." A total of 5,745 tests were administered the last 24 hours statewide and 57 came back positive (0.99 percent positivity rate). There are now 83 people...
    Manu Dibango and Floyd Cardoz both died after testing positive for the novel coronavirus. C Brandon/Getty Images; Brian Ach/Getty Images for New York Magazine As the number of novel coronavirus cases climbs, famous figures in industries such as theater, film, food, and music have died after testing positive for COVID-19, the disease resulting from the novel coronavirus.  The theater community has mourned the loss of four-time Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally, who died due to complications related to the novel coronavirus.  And Floyd Cardoz, a celebrated Mumbai-born chef and "Top Chef Masters" winner, also passed away after testing positive for COVID-19.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. COVID-19, the disease resulting from the coronavirus, has led to...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new daily, interactive newscast about the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. GET HELP: Resources and information about COVID-19 COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. A shelter-in-place has been issued in the Bay Area, along with a similar order statewide.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new daily, interactive newscast about the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. GET HELP: Resources and information about COVID-19 COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most...
    Coronavirus — The objective is to encourage the development of science projects in the region and strengthen the connection between research, the economy and society This Thursday the registration of projects for the eighth edition of the Latin American Research Awards (LARA-Research Awards for Latin America) of Google. The objective is to finance the development of science projects in the region and strengthen the connection between research, the economy and society. In addition, this year, and given the health emergency, Latin American Research Awards have an exclusive category for projects related to the COVID-19. During the virtual press conference in which the call was announced, Berthier Ribeiro Neto, director of the Google Engineering Center for Latin America, stressed...
    MANHASSET, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — There are new concerns for business owners as they begin to rebuild after the coronavirus pandemic, so some are asking patrons to sign liability waivers. As small businesses slowly reopen, many owners are doing all they can to limit exposure to the coronavirus and to potential lawsuits. “We do have a waiver that our guests sign before they come up,” said Jamie Mazzei from Nubest Salon in an interview with CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan. “We’ve had no resistance with that at all.” Nubest Salon client Heather O’Shea said with extreme sanitizing and safety precautions taken, she readily signed an agreement not to sue should infection occur. “If it was a different situation where they weren’t being...
    Coronavirus — Miss Borderlike is an original signature that defines itself as “la brand without filters in love with design, humor and sarcasm “. Now, like other companies, it has been launched onto the market by selling masks with very daring designs, which can go from an alien to a monster, passing by lemon or flamingo prints. Is about reusable hygienic face masks and they are available in two sizes: adult (measures 14x27x6.5) and boy (measures 12x20x5). They are all made under the UNE 0065-2020 certification. Your fabric exterior is 100% certified polyesterwhile the interior is TNT type of 40 gms / square meter. Miss Borderlike Prices These products, made exclusively in our country, they cost...
    Coronavirus — According to the investigations, the doctors involved had altered the cause of death in the records and then sold them to funeral homes. The Attorney General of Justice of Mexico City reported, through a research folder, that he has 12 doctors identified allegedly involved in a network of disturbance of over 800 death certificates to hide cases of COVID-19. The prosecutor’s office in the capital indicated only the first name of those involved, to protect their identity, and noted that they are charged with the crime of falsification or alteration and misuse of documents. The authorities discovered that they were stolen from the Health Protection Agency at least a thousand pages to issue the altered death...
    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - The Illinois Department of Public Health reported Friday 77 additional fatalities related to COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths to 6,260. Health department officials also reported 595 new known coronavirus cases, lifting the statewide total to 131,198. It is the first time the daily number of new infections has fallen below 600 since March 30. Health officials said more than 1.1 million people have been tested in Illinois. The state is also reporting an additional 181 deaths and 861 non-fatal infections were “probable” cases of COVID-19, though lab tests weren’t performed. TOP STORIES Nancy Pelosi is adamant: Statues honoring Confederates in the Capitol have got to go Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in...
    One new novel coronavirus (COVID-19)-related death has been reported in Putnam County as it prepares to enter Phase 2 of reopening the economy. The latest data from the Putnam County Department of Health show that there have been 10,664 COVID-19 tests administered in the county since the pandemic hit more than three months ago, resulting in 1,466 (15 new) positive cases. There have been 61 fatalities reported by the New York State Department of Health in Putnam County. According to the Department of Health, there are still at least 14 active COVID-19 cases, with some still hospitalized at Putnam Hospital. Since the pandemic hit the Hudson Valley, 1,451 COVID-19 patients have been treated and are no longer isolated or quarantined....
    A group of thirty countries from around the world kicked off a joint initiative Friday aimed at sharing medicines, vaccines, and data to help combat the coronavirus pandemic. Led by Costa Roca, the group’s goal is to provide a “one-stop-shop” for the developing nations to access scientific information and intellectual property related to COVID-19, Reuters reported. “Vaccines, tests, diagnostics, treatments and other key tools in the coronavirus response must be made universally available as global public goods,” said Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado. TOP STORIES Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Van Jones: Forget the KKK, its the white, liberal Hillary Clinton supporter we should worry about I can breathe - thanks to the NYPD shirts flood pro-police NYC...