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    (CNN)More than 97,000 children in the US tested positive for coronavirus in the last two weeks of July, a new report says. The report, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association, said in those two weeks, there was a 40% increase in child cases across the states and cities that were studied. The age range for children differed by state, with some defining children as only those up to age 14 and one state -- Alabama -- pushing the limit to 24. As new academic year looms, public school nurses call for more funding to battle the coronavirusThe compiled data comes during back-to-school season as health officials are trying to understand the effects of the...
    Major League Baseball has postponed scheduled games between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Pirates after additional members of the Cardinals’ team and staff tested positive for Covid-19. The Cardinals organization told CNN Sunday that John Mozeliak, the team’s president of baseball operations, confirmed one additional Cardinals player has tested positive. A total of 17 members of the organization — 10 players and seven staff — have tested positive for the virus, resulting in the postponement of the three-game series between the teams scheduled for Monday through Wednesday at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The Cardinals have now had 13 games postponed. The team has not played a game since July 29. “In light of the most recent positive...
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    These data come at a time when the reopening of schools is still being discussed Most children are not seriously ill from COVID-19. Photo: Ketut Subiyanto / Pexels At least 97,000 children in the United States tested positive for coronavirus in the last two weeks of July aloneaccording to a new study from the American Academy of Pediatricians and the Children’s Hospital Association. The report adds that around 338,000 minors have been infected since the pandemic began. These figures reveal that in just two weeks a quarter of the total were infected. The data comes out at a time when families and educational leaders are trying to find a way to get around the challenges involved...
    A Georgia high school that was featured in a viral photo showing students packed tightly in a hallway has closed temporarily after nine students and staff members tested positive for the coronavirus, CBS Atlanta affiliate WGCL-TV reports. North Paulding High School in Dallas, Georgia, reopened for in-person learning August 3. The school will be closed to in-person learning Monday and Tuesday, according to a letter sent to students' parents and guardians on Sunday. Extracurricular activities have also been canceled for those days. Students will be informed if they can return for in-person learning on Tuesday night, the letter stated. The letter also noted the building will be "thoroughly cleaned and disinfected" while the school is shuttered. Get Breaking News Delivered...
    The high school in Georgia that found itself at the center of an uproar after students tweeted photographs showing crowded hallways has now decided to switch to virtual learning, at least temporarily, according to a report by CNN. As Mediaite reported earlier this month, two students at North Paulding High School were suspended for posting the tweets and photos, showing hallways crowded with students changing classes and a low percentage of students wearing masks. The school originally stood by their decision to suspend the students, but later reconsidered after major online backlash and revoked the suspensions. Sunday afternoon, CNN’s Jim Acosta introduced reporter Natasha Chen to explain the announcement about the school’s new policy, calling it “startling news.” Chen said that...
    Two members of Atlético Madrid's group set to travel to Portugal for the Champions League quarterfinals tested positive for the coronavirus on Sunday — the first pandemic-related setback among clubs participating in the final stage of Europe's top club competition. The last eight is scheduled to begin in Lisbon on Wednesday amid tight health safety protocols to prevent a coronavirus outbreak from derailing the competition’s finale. The semifinals and Aug. 23 final will also be played in Lisbon. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Other clubs involved in the quarterfinals have not reported any positive tests among its players recently. The Spanish club did not name those who tested positive and did not say if a player was...
    Nearly 100,000 children tested positive for COVID-19 in the last two weeks of July, just weeks ahead of schools reopening in some states amid the pandemic. In total 97,000 children tested positive for the novel coronavirus from July 16 to July 30, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Today there are more than five million cases of COVID-19 in the country and over 162,000 deaths. Out of those infections more than 338,000 were children. Dr. Tina Hartert of Vanderbilt University says increased testing of children will be the key to determining their role in transmitting the virus – data more important than ever as some school districts return to in-person class this month. She’s leading a government-funded study where...
    NEW YORK - JUNE 14: A general view of the St. Louis Cardinals dugout during the game against the New York Mets at Citi Field on June 14, 2019 in the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Rob Tringali/SportsChrome/Getty Images) The St. Louis Cardinals finally get good news after a disastrous week The St. Louis Cardinals know all about how difficult it is to be playing during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. St. Louis has been on the sidelines since this past weekend, where a COVID-19 outbreak took place in their own clubhouse. The hope was for the Cardinals to be cleared in time for their series against the Chicago Cubs on Friday, but those plans were scrapped after...
    MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota -- Minnesota Vikings linebacker Cameron Smith announced on social media Saturday that he will miss the 2020 football season due to open heart surgery.Smith, who has been on the Viking's COVID-19 list since July 27, wrote a post on Instagram sharing that while he tested positive for COVID-19, doctors detected he had a heart issue."I found this out after I tested positive for COVID and had to have further testing done as protocol," he wrote. "The Lord works in mysterious ways but I could really feel him on this one!"He added that the surgery will not end his football career. He expects to return to the Vikings in 2021."Earlier this week, I found out I need open-heart surgery...
    MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota -- Minnesota Vikings linebacker Cameron Smith announced on social media Saturday that he will miss the 2020 football season due to open heart surgery.Smith, who has been on the Viking's COVID-19 list since July 27, wrote a post on Instagram sharing that while he tested positive for COVID-19, doctors detected he had a heart issue."I found this out after I tested positive for COVID and had to have further testing done as protocol," he wrote. "The Lord works in mysterious ways but I could really feel him on this one!"He added that the surgery will not end his football career. He expects to return to the Vikings in 2021."Earlier this week, I found out I need open-heart surgery...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Health officials reported 286 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 14 additional deaths in the state on Sunday. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health said the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the state is now 112,459 while the total number of deaths is 8,514. The 7-day weighted average of positive tests in Massachusetts is now 1.8% for a second straight day. There were 17,152 new tests reported in the last 24 hours. A total of 1,311,358 people in Massachusetts have now been tested for coronavirus. As of Sunday, there are 375 people currently hospitalized for a coronavirus-related illness, a decrease of 11 from Saturday. There are 60 patients currently in intensive care. There were also 43...
    MADRID (AP) — Two members of Atlético Madrid's group set to travel to Portugal for the Champions League quarterfinals have tested positive for the coronavirus. The Spanish club did not name those who tested positive and did not say if a player was involved. It said in a statement that the entire squad will be tested again before the team can travel. Atlético is set to face Leipzig on Thursday in the last eight. ___ More AP soccer https://apnews.com/Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    ATLETICO MADRID have confirmed two of their staff have tested positive for coronavirus. Diego Simeone's side are set to take on RB Leipzig in their Champions League quarter-final clash in Lisbon on Thursday. 1NINTCHDBPICT000599993519Credit: EPA But now their preparations have been thrown into chaos. The club are having to change their training schedule before submitting everyone else to more tests. A statement on the club's website read: "Among the results known today, two positives have appeared, which are isolated in their respective homes, and which were immediately communicated to the Spanish and Portuguese health authorities. "Likewise, the corresponding action protocol foreseen for these cases has been activated, which requires new PCR tests to be carried out on the first team...
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    The Cardinals haven’t played a game since July 29, and they’ve reportedly been told it’ll be even longer until they do again. ESPN reports the Pittsburgh Pirates’ scheduled Sunday flight to St. Louis was canceled and that their Monday game against the Cardinals has been postponed. The decision comes after the Cardinals’ three-game series against the Chicago Cubs was postponed this weekend after another two St. Louis players and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19 over the past two days. This brings the Cardinals’ total positive cases to nine players and seven staffers since last week. According to The Athletic, the Cardinals were informed Saturday that the team would not be assembling for at least three-to-five days, insinuating...
    Tallahassee (CBSMiami/NSF) – With a major increase in infections reported Friday, nearly 11,000 state prison inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 and 63 have died, according to the Florida Department of Corrections. An additional 1,154 inmates had tested positive in numbers released Friday, bringing the overall total to 10,975. Also, the number of inmates who had died from the virus increased from 60 on Thursday to 63 on Friday. Prisons hit hardest by the virus are Columbia Correctional Institution, which has had 1,317 inmate cases; Lowell Correctional Institution, which has had 909; Santa Rosa Correctional Institution, which has had 793; Graceville Correctional Facility, which has had 656; and Taylor Correctional Institution, which has had 561, according to the department. Also,...
    The Cardinals haven’t played a game since July 29, and they’ve reportedly been told it’ll be even longer until they do again. ESPN reports the Pittsburgh Pirates’ scheduled Sunday flight to St. Louis was canceled and that their Monday game against the Cardinals has been postponed. The decision comes after the Cardinals’ three-game series against the Chicago Cubs was postponed this weekend after another two St. Louis players and one staff member tested positive for COVID-19 over the past two days. This brings the Cardinals’ total positive cases to nine players and seven staffers since last week. According to The Athletic, the Cardinals were informed Saturday that the team would not be assembling for at least three-to-five days, insinuating that...
    The Georgia high school that was the subject of viral photos and videos last week, in which students were crammed into a hallway and few of them were wearing masks, has had nine people affiliated with it test positive for the coronavirus, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, North Paulding High School made headlines last week after a student, sophomore Hannah Watters, snapped a photo of the unsafe situation and shared it on Twitter. Day two at North Paulding High School. It is just as bad. We were stopped because it was jammed. We are close enough to the point where I got pushed multiple go to second block. This is not ok. Not to mention...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Sunday sought to reassure Americans about the efficacy of coronavirus testing after he tested positive last week for the coronavirus before meeting with President Trump  -- then tested negative just hours later. He told CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday that the antigen test he took, aimed at getting a quick result, is not the test most Americans are getting -- a PCR test -- which he said is "very, very, very" accurate. "What people should not take away from my experience is that testing is not reliable or doesn't really work," DeWine said. "What I took was an antigen test, which really should be looked at as a screening test. 1.3 million Ohioans have taken a...
    There are several celebs from the entertainment industry and personalities from other fields who have been tested positive for coronavirus. Despite taking maximum safety measures, many have been affected by this deadly virus. Natasha Suri, former Miss India World and actress, has also been tested positive for COVID-19. The 31-year-old diva confirmed about the same to a leading daily. Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam Tests Positive for Coronavirus. Natasha Suri, in an interview with Bombay Times, confirmed that she has been tested positive for coronavirus. Natasha, who is currently under home quarantine, stated about the symptoms that she faced. She was quoted as saying, “Around six days ago, I had gone to Pune for some urgent work. After I came back,...
    A new report claims that more than 97,000 American children have tested positive for coronavirus in just the last two weeks of July.  The news comes as school districts around the country are preparing to reopen for the new school year or have already started in-person classes.   The American Academy of Pediatrics released the report stating that the positive test results came in between July 16 to July 30, according to CBS News This Morning.  A new report reveals that more than 97,000 kids tested positive for coronavirus between July 16 to 30. A child is seen getting tested for the virus in Los Angeles (file image) The news comes as schools across the country prepare for the...
    The White House has reportedly mandated random coronavirus testing for its staffers in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. Staffers at the EEOB, which is situated next to the West Wing and houses the majority of White House offices, will be tested over the following weeks, the Daily Beast reported Saturday. Politico reported earlier in the week that all staffers in the White House complex will be subjected to mandatory random COVID-19 testing, with a few exceptions. The policy shift marks an expansion for who is required to be tested for the virus. Previously just staffers working in the White House would be required to submit to mandatory testing. The building includes offices for the National Security Council; the new testing...
    The White House has reportedly mandated random coronavirus testing for its staffers in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. Staffers at the EEOB, which is situated next to the West Wing and houses the majority of White House offices, will be tested over the following weeks, the Daily Beast reported Saturday. Politico reported earlier in the week that all staffers in the White House complex will be subjected to mandatory random COVID-19 testing, with a few exceptions. The policy shift marks an expansion for who is required to be tested for the virus. Previously just staffers working in the White House would be required to submit to mandatory testing. The building includes offices for the National Security Council; the new testing edict...
    Washington, DC (CNN)Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Saturday afternoon that he and his wife have tested negative for Covid-19 for a second time after getting a false positive. "Today, Fran and I were tested again for #COVID19. Administered the PCR tests, and the results for both tests were negative. Thank you to everyone who sent along good wishes for our family and staff! We're #InThisTogetherOhio!" said DeWine in a Saturday tweet. DeWine had first said he tested positive for the virus on Thursday ahead of a scheduled meeting with President Donald Trump in Cleveland."The test results today follow the negative PCR test results for the Governor and First Lady on Thursday. The PCR tests taken Thursday were negative for the...
    COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — More than 80 students in a Tennessee school district have been quarantined during the first week of classes after a student tested positive for COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus, officials said. News outlets report that a student at Cookeville High School tested positive and others who were in close contact with the student have been told to quarantine for 14 days, according to the school district in mostly rural Putnam County. An additional seven teachers and staff, and a bus driver, are also at home due to a positive test or coming into close contact with someone who tested positive. Many of the contacts occurred outside of school, which started this week, the...
    HONOLULU (AP) — The Hawaii Department of Public Safety announced Friday that a new inmate at the Oahu Community Correction Center tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week, raising concerns about the safety of others crowded in jails and prisons statewide. The inmate, who remained unidentified, was brought to the facility Monday and was tested Tuesday after officials learned of a possible exposure prior to entering the facility, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported. The inmate is believed to be the first inmate at a Hawaii jail or prison to have tested positive. “The facility acted quickly to implement the department’s COVID-19 pandemic protocol for correctional facilities, in an effort to mitigate any potential spread of the virus,” Department Director Nolan Espinda...
    (CNN) — When James Giannetta first called his brother Russ in late June to tell him that the coronavirus was beginning to spread in his Texas federal prison, Russ could hear the fear in his voice. “This place is exploding,” James warned. Russ soon got another call: James, a 65-year-old inmate with diabetes and HIV, had tested positive for the virus himself. Within days, he was rushed to a hospital as his oxygen levels plummeted. A few weeks later, after his condition deteriorated and he was placed on a ventilator, he was dead. As coronavirus has spread rapidly through prisons and jails around the country in recent months, the Texas lockup where Giannetta spent his last days has emerged as...
            by Mary Rose Corkery  Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine tested negative for the coronavirus Thursday after testing positive earlier that day, according to The Wall Street Journal. DeWine first tested positive for the virus Thursday before his scheduled meeting with President Donald Trump in Cleveland, the WSJ reported. DeWine’s office said the 73-year-old governor doesn’t have any symptoms, according to the WSJ. The second test DeWine and his staff took is known as a PCR test that screens for the “genetic material specific for the virus that causes COVID-19,” the governor’s office said in a statement provided to the Daily Caller News Foundation. “This test is known to be extremely sensitive, as well as specific, for the virus....
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – UCLA head football coach Chip Kelly tested positive for the coronavirus back in March, according to a report. UCLA head coach Chip Kelly calls plays against the Arizona State Sun Devils on Oct. 26, 2019, in Los Angeles. (Getty Images) Multiple sources told the Los Angeles Times Thursday that the 56-year-old Kelly and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 back in late March. Both recovered. UCLA and Kelly declined to comment on the report. This comes after the L.A. County Department of Public Health reported Wednesday that at least eight UCLA players had recently tested positive for the disease after returning to campus. All eight were quarantining. Conferences across the nation try and determine if and...
    WINDHAM, N.H. (CBS) – At least 16 attendees of the Crossing Life Church in Windham, New Hampshire have tested positive for coronavirus. The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services is investigating the outbreak and is warning the public not to attend events at the church for the next week while the outbreak is investigated. Church events the infected people attended include the YouthStorm, Inc., camp from July 16-18. Anyone who attended church events since July 10 may have been exposed to the coronavirus and should get tested. On Monday, Aug. 10, from 5-7 p.m., DHHS will have a testing event for people who may have been exposed at the church. To register, call 603-271-5980.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota health officials updated the impact of COVID-19 on the state Friday, reporting 556 additional cases and four more deaths in the last 24 hours. STATE DATA: Minnesota Health Department’s COVID-19 Situation Update Meanwhile, the number of Minnesotans who have been tested for COVID-19 breached 900,000. MDH says around 910,271 have now been tested, with a total number of completed tests well over 1.1 million. In the last day, about 16,000 tests have been completed. There are now 59,185 total positive cases confirmed so far, with 6,704 of the cases being health care workers. Of those cases, 51,940 people no longer need to isolate themselves. In hospitals, 300 people currently need treatment, which...
    More than 250 students and teachers from one Georgia school district are now quarantined, just one week into the new school year. Multiple teachers and students across the district's schools have tested positive for COVID-19 after classes resumed Monday. Cherokee County School District is sharing ongoing updates on coronavirus cases in its schools on its website. As of Friday, over a dozen students and teachers have tested positive, sending home hundreds of people after just five days of school. Since the beginning of the week, at least 11 students and two staff members across elementary, middle and high schools have tested positive for coronavirus. The students' ages span from first grade to twelfth grade.  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your...
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The coronavirus outbreak that has seen tens of thousands of confirmed cases in Nebraska is also plaguing jail and prison systems in the state. The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services announced this week that two state prison staffers had tested positive for the virus — one at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution and the other at the Diagnostic and Evaluation Center in Lincoln. Both are isolating at home, according to emails from the state prisons system. That news came as Douglas County confirmed an expanded outbreak at the Douglas County Jail, where 13 correctional officers and six inmates have tested positive for the virus this week. A total of 46 corrections employees, 59 inmates and two...
    New Jersey officials this week reported the death of a 7-month-old who had been diagnosed with COVID-19, though they said the primary cause of death was unclear. The fatality was reported during Gov. Phil Murphy’s (D) news briefing on Wednesday. “Sadly today we are reporting the death of a 7-month-old baby who, after death, tested positive for COVID-19. However, we do not know the primary cause of this death at this point in time,” New Jersey health commissioner Judy Persichilli said during the briefing. In addition to the baby, the state reported seven other COVID-19 deaths during the briefing.  On Thursday, Murphy reported eight additional deaths, bringing the state’s total fatalities to 13,996. He also reported 411 new positive cases, bringing the...
    Republican Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for coronavirus Thursday before his scheduled visit with the president, according to NBC News. “Ohio Governor Mike DeWine took a test for COVID-19 as part of the standard protocol to greet President Donald Trump on the tarmac at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland,” DeWine’s office said in a statement, according to NBC. “Governor DeWine tested positive. Governor DeWine has no symptoms at the present time.” (Related: Ohio Governor’s Alarming Claim About The Number of Coronavirus Cases Was Based On A ‘Guesstimate’) Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma was the first governor to test positive for the virus in July, NBC reported. Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas also tested positive before his scheduled visit with...
    As groups hold in-person gatherings amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, it feels unsurprising that contact tracing will reveal some of these spots as origin points for virus spread in communities. One recent example comes from Ohio, where one 56-year-old man who had COVID-19 attended an undisclosed church service on June 14. Fifty-three other people who were at the service became sick, with a total of at least 91 people from five different counties getting sick, as reported by CNN.  Here’s what we know about how this outbreak happened: The man with COVID-19 reportedly went to a church service, where 53 people became sick. From there, 18 of those people spread it to at least one other person; so for example, spreading the virus to...
    Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has tested positive for Covid-19 hours before a meeting with President Donald Trump, who is visiting the Midwest state. Gov DeWine is not experiencing symptoms and will remain at home for the next 14 days, his office said on Thursday His statement adds that he was tested "as part of the standard protocol" to meet Mr Trump at the airport, as is customary for governors. Ohio has seen over 90,000 cases and 3,500 deaths. Mr DeWine was praised in the beginning days of the outbreak in the US for taking early action to stem the tide of infections. Ohio was the first state in the US to close schools due to the pandemic. The...
    More than 100 students have been sent home to quarantine for 14 days following news that several students and a staff member at a Mississippi school district tested positive for COVID-19, just a week after in-person classes resumed.  Six students and one staff member tested positive with the virus at the Corinth School District, according to spokesperson Taylor Coombs.  Coombs added that 116 students who had been in 'close contact' with a positive case have been sent home to quarantine, CNN reports.  Six students and one staff member tested positive with the virus at the Corinth School District, a week after in-person classes resumed The district has a student population of 2700.   In a letter posted to their Facebook...
    Ohio Governor Mike DeWine tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.   The test was done as a matter of standard protocol because DeWine was on his way to meet U.S. President Donald Trump at the Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland.  According the governor’s official Twitter account, DeWine currently shows no symptoms. After he received his positive test results, both he and his wife returned to Columbus, where they will both be tested again. Governor DeWine has tested positive for #COVID19. He has no symptoms at this time. Full statement below. pic.twitter.com/WnkmoGxR2m— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) August 6, 2020 DeWine plans to quarantine for a minimum of two weeks.    Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted was also tested for COVID-19 but...
    Washington (CNN)A Republican congressman from Illinois who has tested positive for Covid-19 said Thursday the lack of a coronavirus testing program on Capitol Hill is "terrible.""Right now, on Capitol Hill, we don't have any, and it's a travesty," Rep. Rodney Davis told CNN's John Berman on "New Day."Davis announced his diagnosis on Wednesday, shortly after two other members of Congress -- Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas and Democratic Rep. Raúl Grijalva of Arizona -- revealed that they, too, tested positive. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has since required all House members and aides to wear masks on the floor, but a growing number of lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, including Davis, are demanding further action and have been...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for the coronavirus on Thursday ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to the state where the governor was planning to greet him. DeWine was tested for the virus as part of the process to meet with the president, who will deliver remarks at the Whirlpool Corporation Manufacturing Plant in northeast Ohio. The Republican governor is currently asymptomatic and will return to his home in Cedarville where he will quarantine for the next 14 days. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, who is also expected to greet Trump when he arrives in Cleveland, tested negative for COVID-19.Cartoons on the CoronavirusView All 342 Images"Today, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine took a test for COVID-19 as part of the standard...
    By The Associated Press The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ NASCAR driver Spencer Davis says he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Friday night’s Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway. Davis said he tested positive Thursday and his team’s entry has pulled out of the Michigan race. “I support the protocols in place by the CDC and NASCAR and plan on taking the correct steps to come back to the track,” Davis said. Davis is 18th in the Truck Series standings after nine races. His best finish this season was 12th at Las Vegas in February. Davis is the second full-time NASCAR driver in the sport’s top-three national...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive Thursday for the coronavirus just ahead a planned meeting with President Donald Trump. The Republican governor's office said Thursday that he took the test as part of standard protocol before meeting Trump at an airport in Cleveland. He had planned to join the president on a visit to the Whirlpool Corp. plant in northwest Ohio. His office said the 73-year-old DeWine had no symptoms, but was returning to Columbus. His office said he and his wife, Fran DeWine, will both be tested there. DeWine then plans to quarantine at his home in Cedarville for 14 days. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted (HYOOS’-ted) tested negative. DeWine, a longtime elected official in Ohio,...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said on Thursday he has tested positive for COVID-19 as part of a safety protocol to greet U.S. President Donald Trump as he arrives in Cleveland to visit a Whirlpool washing machine factory. A statement issued on DeWine's twitter feed said the governor, a Republican, has no symptoms at the present time and will return to the Ohio capital of Columbus to quarantine at home for the next 14 days. Ohio Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted also took the coronavirus test and tested negative, DeWine's statement said. (Reporting by David Lawder; Editing by Chris Reese) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Getty Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for coronavirus on Aug. 6. Ohio Gov. Mike Dewine tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday, a spokesperson announced in a statement. The Republican governor was tested just in advance of President Donald Trump‘s visit to the state, according to the statement, and will be quarantining for two weeks, although he is currently asymptomatic. Trump was to visit Ohio Thursday to tour a Whirlpool manufacturing plant and hold a campaign fundraiser, local CBS affiliate WBNS 10 reported. Here’s what you need to know:DeWine Was Supposed to Greet President Trump on the Tarmac Before Trump Toured a Manufacturing Plant & Held a Campaign Fundraiser Just departed for the Great State of Ohio! pic.twitter.com/vAg0tdRFP8...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus before President Donald Trump landed at the Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland, the governor’s office announced on Thursday. The governor took the test as part of the “standard protocol” to greet Trump — who is traveling to the Buckeye State on Thursday to sign an executive order requiring the government to buy certain essential drugs from U.S. manufacturers — on the tarmac. While DeWine tested positive, he is not currently exhibiting any symptoms. Nonetheless, he is returning to Columbus “where he and First Lady Fran DeWine, who also has no symptoms, will both be tested,” according to his office. DeWine, who issued a sweeping statewide mask mandate last month, plans...
    Alex Thomas August 6, 2020 0 Comments Ohio Governor Mike DeWine (R) tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of a scheduled appearance with President Donald Trump in the state. Dewine tweeted on Thursday morning, “As part of the standard protocol to greet President Trump on the tarmac in Cleveland, I took a COVID test. I tested positive. I have no symptoms at this time. I’m following protocol and will quarantine at home for the next 14 days.” As part of the standard protocol to greet President Trump on the tarmac in Cleveland, I took a COVID test. I tested positive. I have no symptoms at this time. I’m following protocol and will quarantine at home for the next...
    Hours before he was supposed to meet with President Donald Trump, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine (R) announced that he has tested positive for the coronavirus. DeWine’s office released a statement on Thursday, saying he was tested according to standard protocol in preparation to greet Trump when he arrives in Cleveland. DeWine’s office says he is currently asymptomatic, but he and his wife will now return to Columbus and self-quarantine for the next 2 weeks. White House testing protocols once again prevent Trump from being in close contact with a COVID-positive individual: This time its Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, who tested positive this morning.He was slated to greet Trump on the tarmac in Ohio today pic.twitter.com/xJUkDeQg26 — Jeremy Diamond (@JDiamond1)...
    The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ NASCAR driver Spencer Davis says he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Friday night’s Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway. Davis said he tested positive Thursday and his team’s entry has pulled out of the Michigan race. “I support the protocols in place by the CDC and NASCAR and plan on taking the correct steps to come back to the track,” Davis said. Davis is 18th in the Truck Series standings after nine races. His best finish this season was 12th at Las Vegas in February. Davis is the second full-time NASCAR driver in the sport’s top-three national divisions...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for coronavirus Thursday — ahead of a scheduled meeting with President Trump. The Republican took the COVID-19 test as part of standard protocol before he was supposed to greet Trump at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland Thursday afternoon, DeWine’s office said in a tweeted statement. “Governor DeWine tested positive. Governor DeWine has no symptoms at the present time,” the statement said. The governor is now headed back to Columbus with first lady Fran DeWine, who will also be tested. The statement said the governor plans to quarantine at his home in Cedarville for the next two weeks. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted was also tested for coronavirus but was negative. The president is scheduled...
    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota’s former Supreme Court chief justice has tested positive for COVID-19. Justice Gerald VandeWalle, 86, “has tested positive and he is currently receiving treatment,” Chief Justice Jon Jensen told the Bismarck Tribune. VandeWalle had been the longest-serving chief justice in state history, holding the job from 1993 through 2019. He did not seek reappointment to the post last year but remains on the court. Court administrator Sally Holewa said no other justice or member of the Supreme Court staff has tested positive for the virus. Jensen said most court employees have been working remotely. A telephone listing for VandeWalle was not answered on Thursday. Case arguments have been held virtually with an online livestream. Jensen...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for coronavirus Thursday — ahead of a scheduled meeting with President Trump. The Republican took the COVID-19 test as part of standard protocol before he was supposed to greet Trump at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland Thursday afternoon, DeWine’s office said in a tweeted statement. “Governor DeWine tested positive. Governor DeWine has no symptoms at the present time,” the statement said. The governor is now headed back to Columbus with first lady Fran DeWine, who will also be tested. The statement said the governor plans to quarantine at his home in Cedarville for the next two weeks. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted was also tested for coronavirus but was negative. The president is scheduled to...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive Thursday for the coronavirus just ahead of a planned meeting with President Donald Trump.The Republican governor's office said Thursday that he took the test as part of standard protocol before meeting Trump at an airport in Cleveland. He had planned to join the president on a visit to the Whirlpool Corp. plant in northwest Ohio.His office said the 73-year-old DeWine had no symptoms but was returning to Columbus. His office said he and his wife, Fran DeWine, will both be tested there. DeWine then plans to quarantine at his home in Cedarville for 14 days.Lt. Gov. Jon Husted tested negative. DeWine, a longtime elected official in Ohio, is in his first...
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive Thursday for the coronavirus just ahead a planned meeting with President Donald Trump. The Republican governor’s office said Thursday that he took the test as part of standard protocol before meeting Trump at an airport in Cleveland. He had planned to join the president on a visit to the Whirlpool Corp. plant in northwest Ohio. His office said the 73-year-old DeWine had no symptoms, but was returning to Columbus. His office said he and his wife, Fran DeWine, will both be tested there. DeWine then plans to quarantine at his home in Cedarville for 14 days. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted (HYOOS’-ted) tested negative. DeWine, a longtime elected official in...
    Washington (CNN)Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Thursday that he has tested positive for coronavirus.The announcement came shortly before DeWine, a Republican, was scheduled to meet with President Donald Trump in Cleveland. He currently has no symptoms."As part of the standard protocol to greet President Trump on the tarmac in Cleveland, I took a COVID test. I tested positive. I have no symptoms at this time. I'm following protocol and will quarantine at home for the next 14 days," DeWine tweeted.This story is breaking and will be updated.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — DePaul University confirmed a student on its Lincoln Park campus has tested positive for the coronavirus. School officials said the student was last at Centennial Hall Wednesday. That student apartment building is being thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. An email was sent to all faculty, staff and students making them aware of that positive case. The email said in part “we are writing to inform you that a student has tested positive for COVID-19.  The student was last at Centennial Hall on August 5, 2020. To ensure the health and safety of our community, following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), appropriate areas in Centennial Hall will receive a thorough cleaning and disinfection.” The...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for the coronavirus moments before he was set to meet President Trump for his visit to Cleveland. DeWine, a Republican, tested positive on Thursday during the standard testing that is completed by all individuals before they meet with the president. The governor's office said that DeWine has "no symptoms at the present time." "Governor DeWine is returning to Columbus where he and first lady Fran DeWine, who also has no symptoms, will both be tested. Governor DeWine plans to follow protocol for COVID-19 and quarantine at his home in Cedarville for the next 14 days," the statement read. Governor DeWine has tested positive for #COVID19. He has no symptoms at this time....
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for coronavirus Thursday morning. He was tested in advance of meeting President Donald Trump at Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport.
    OHIO governor, Mike DeWine has tested positive for the coronavirus, after a taking a standard protocol COVID-19 test before he met with President Donald Trump On Thursday, Ohio governor DeWine announced he tested positive for coronavirus, although he is currently experiencing no symptoms, prior to his attempt to greet Trump at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland. 1Ohio governor Mike DeWine has tested positive for coronavirusCredit: AP:Associated Press More to follow.... Most read in NewsGraphic WarningLUCKY TO BE ALIVEBoy, 6, savaged by ‘loveable’ pet dog who ripped his face apartExclusive'THINGS ARE NOT GOOD'Jordan Peterson 'suffering with COVID impacting both his lungs'FORT DEATH9 Fort Hood soldiers have died near base this year as Army sec holds talksCOVID TAKEDOWNMoment mom screams as cops...
    COLUMBUS (KDKA) – Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has tested positive for coronavirus. In a statement released on Twitter, the governor announced he tested positive for COVID-19. He says he has no symptoms at this time. Governor DeWine has tested positive for #COVID19. He has no symptoms at this time. Full statement below. pic.twitter.com/WnkmoGxR2m — Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) August 6, 2020 The Ohio governor was tested Thursday to greet President Donald Trump on the tarmac at the Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland, as is protocol. He’s returning to Columbus where he and First Lady Fran DeWine will both be tested. The first lady has no symptoms at this time. Lt. Gov. Jon Husted also took a COVID-19...
    Ohio's Republican Governor Mike DeWine has tested positive for COVID-19, hours before he was set to greet the president at the airport for his visit to the Buckeye State. DeWine was slated to greet Mr. Trump on the tarmac in Cleveland Thursday afternoon.  DeWine's office confirmed the positive test in a news release. DeWine was tested as a part of the usual protocol for being in close proximity to the president. The state's lieutenant governor, Jon Husted, tested negative for the virus. At this point, the Ohio governor has no symptoms. DeWine is returning to Columbus with his wife, who also has no symptoms. He will quarantine at his home in Cedarville for the next 14 days, according to the...
    (CNN)Alyssa Milano says she has tested positive for coronavirus antibodies after having tested negative for Covid-19.The actress and activist is now taking aim at what she says is a flawed testing system.On Wednesday Milano posted a photo of herself using a breathing apparatus on her verified Instagram account and wrote in the caption, "This was me on April 2nd after being sick for 2 weeks.""I had never been this kind of sick. Everything hurt. Loss of smell," she wrote. "It felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest. I couldn't breathe. I couldn't keep food in me. I lost 9 pounds in 2 weeks." View this post on Instagram This was me on April 2nd after being sick...
    A small cruise in southeast Alaska had to return to port after one of its passengers received news that they had tested positive for COVID-19. Uncruise’s Wilderness Adventurer set sail from Juneau on Saturday bound for a weeklong trip through Glacier Bay National Park and surrounding areas but learned of the positive coronavirus case just days into the voyage. The ship was carrying 36 passengers and 30 crew members. Uncruise CEO Dan Blanchard told KTOO that there were stringent safety measures in place prior to departing, which included requiring every passenger to be tested up to five days before boarding the ship. Passengers were also tested a second time upon arrival at the city’s airport. Blanchard said that...
    Alyssa Milano thought she “was dying” after contracting the coronavirus earlier this year. Alongside a photo of herself wearing with what appears to be a mask attached to a breathing machine the “Who’s the Boss” star wrote on Instagram Wednesday, “This was me on April 2nd after being sick for 2 weeks. I had never been this kind of sick.” “It felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest,” the 47-year-old actress continued. “I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t keep food in me. I lost 9 pounds in 2 weeks. I was confused. Low grade fever. And the headaches were horrible.” Despite displaying “every COVID symptom,” Milano says she tested negative for coronavirus twice at the end of March and...
    CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA - NOVEMBER 03: A football with the NFL logo before the game between the Carolina Panthers and the Tennessee Titans at Bank of America Stadium on November 03, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images) The NFL is trying to make a bubble-less season work. The NFL opened training camps last week for all 32 teams, and the NFLPA release promising results from the most recent round of COVID-19 testing. According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, 56 players have tested positive so far, which is a pretty good rate considering the more than 2600 players currently participating in training camps. Pelissero also reported that less than 1 percent of all tests administered to players...
    (CNN) — Illinois Republican Rep. Rodney Davis tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday, his office said in a statement, making him the third congressman over the last week to report having the virus. Davis said in a statement that a higher than usual temperature reading Wednesday prompted him to get tested, which resulted in a positive diagnosis. “My staff who I’ve worked with in-person this week have received negative tests as well,” he added. “Other than a higher-than-normal temperature, I am showing no symptoms at this time and feel fine.” This morning, I tested positive for COVID-19. I will continue to serve my constituents and #IL13 virtually from home while I quarantine and until I receive a negative test. Read my full statement here:...
    The NFL has reportedly had more than 50 players test positive for coronavirus since players reported for training camp. According to Tom Pelissero, a total of 56 players have tested positive for coronavirus since training camp started in late July. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Pelissero pointed out that roughly 2% of players on “active rosters” have tested positive. The NFLPA says 56 players have tested positive for COVID-19 since players began reporting to training camp. That’s about 2% of the ~2,600 players on active rosters, and well under a 1% positivity rate in terms of total tests administered. Still very early, but good signs. — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) August 6, 2020 All...
    (CNN)"As long as you have any member of society, any demographic group, who's not seriously trying to get to the end game of suppressing this, it will continue to smolder and smolder and smolder, and that will be the reason why, in a non-unified way, we've plateaued at an unacceptable level." Dr. Anthony Fauci did not hold back during a conversation hosted by the Harvard School of Public Health Webcast. Fauci told CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who was moderating the event, that there was a "a degree of anti-science feeling" in the United States that is hurting the efforts to get the pandemic under control. But that anti-scientific skepticism around Covid-19 has also had personal consequences for Fauci, America's leading...
    Reuters August 6, 2020 0 Comments U.S. Representative Rodney Davis said he tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, making him at least the 15th U.S. lawmaker to be infected or presumed to have the disease. Davis, a Republican of Illinois, said in a statement that he took the test after running a fever Wednesday morning. His office was contacting constituents he had met with within the previous 48 hours, Davis said, and he was postponing public events until he had received a negative test. “If you’re out in public, use social distancing, and when you can’t social distance, please wear a mask. All of us must do our part. That’s what it will take to get through this pandemic,”...
    There are several actors, singers, politician and personalities from other fields who have been tested by the novel coronavirus. Despite taking safety measures, there many who have been affected by this deadly virus. It was just yesterday (August 5) that veteran singer SP Balasubrahmanyam confirmed that he has been tested positive for coronavirus. And according to latest reports, Kollywood actor and politician Karunas has also tested positive for COVID-19. SP Balasubrahmanyam Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Says ‘Nobody Has to Worry’ As He’s Showing Mild Symptoms. Karunas is known for his work in the Tamil film industry. He particularly famous for doing comedy roles and appeared in numerous films in supporting roles. He is currently serving serve as the Vice-President...
    LA Will Cut Water and Power at Large Gatherings After Influencer Parties 5 Beloved Fast Food Chains That May Go Bankrupt Next Rob Manfred confident MLB season will continue despite outbreaks With the coronavirus already having disrupted multiple teams’ seasons, commissioner Rob Manfred reportedly warned union chief Tony Clark last week that Major League Baseball could shut down the campaign prematurely if clubs don’t follow its protocols. Baseball has continued on since then, though, and Manfred seems confident the league will finish its current season. © Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports Baseball has continued despite a couple of outbreaks among teams, and commissioner Rob Manfred seems confident the league will finish the 2020 season. The Marlins and Cardinals are well behind...
    (Reuters) - At least 15 members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate - eight Republicans and seven Democrats - have tested positive or are presumed to have had COVID-19 since the novel coronavirus pandemic began earlier this year, with Representative Rodney Davis becoming the latest on Wednesday. Here is a look at lawmakers affected by the virus: REPRESENTATIVE RODNEY DAVIS Davis, an Illinois Republican, said in a statement he took a test after running a fever on Wednesday. "If you’re out in public, use social distancing, and when you can’t social distance, please wear a mask," Davis, 50, said in the statement. REPRESENTATIVE RAUL GRIJALVA Grijalva, an Arizona Democrat, tested positive for the coronavirus but feels fine and...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Representative Rodney Davis said he tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, making him at least the 15th U.S. lawmaker to be infected or presumed to have the disease. Davis, a Republican of Illinois, said in a statement that he took the test after running a fever Wednesday morning. His office was contacting constituents he had met with within the previous 48 hours, Davis said, and he was postponing public events until he had received a negative test. "If you’re out in public, use social distancing, and when you can’t social distance, please wear a mask. All of us must do our part. That’s what it will take to get through this pandemic," said Davis, 50. At...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Several University of California Los Angeles football players have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the L.A. County Department of Public Health announced Wednesday. The UCLA Bruins come on to the field for the game against the Oregon State Beavers at the Rose Bowl Oct. 05, 2019 in Pasadena. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) According to Dr. Barbara Ferrer, county public health director, said at least eight players tested positive for COVID-19 after returning to the Westwood campus. Ferrer said the players were all isolating and anyone who had been in close contact with the affected players will be tested. Also on Wednesday, the NCAA stated that student athletes must be allowed to opt out of...
    (CNN)Illinois Republican Rep. Rodney Davis tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday, his office said in a statement, making him the third congressman over the last week to report having the virus.Davis said in a statement that a higher than usual temperature reading Wednesday prompted him to get tested, which resulted in a positive diagnosis."My staff who I've worked with in-person this week have received negative tests as well," he added. "Other than a higher-than-normal temperature, I am showing no symptoms at this time and feel fine."Davis' diagnosis comes on the heels of those of two other congressmen -- Arizona Democratic Rep. Raúl Grijalva on Saturday and Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert last Wednesday, after which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi required...
    Rep. Rodney DavisRodney Lee DavisThe Hill's Campaign Report: Even the Post Office is political now | Primary action tonight | Super PACS at war House Democrats target Midwestern GOP seats Hillicon Valley: Trump backs potential Microsoft, TikTok deal, sets September deadline | House Republicans request classified TikTok briefing | Facebook labels manipulated Pelosi video MORE (R-Ill.) revealed on Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and said he plans to postpone upcoming events his office has planned for the near future as he quarantines. Davis, 50, said he took a test on Wednesday morning along with his wife, who tested negative for the disease, after his “temperature clocked in at 99 degrees Fahrenheit,” which he said he noted is...
    By: KDKA-TV Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Port Authority says five more of its employees have tested positive for coronavirus. A total of 37 employees have now tested positive. Four of the five new cases are bus drivers, the Port Authority says. Three of the five drivers work in the Ross Township garage. One of the drivers was last at work on July 26 and another on July 27. The third has been since Feb. 11. The fourth bus driver works at the West Mifflin garage and was last at work on July 31. A police officer, who last worked on July 27, also tested positive. “Port Authority continues to follow all state and county health department guidelines and as...
    WAREHAM (CBS) – The Eastern Equine Encephalitis risk in Wareham has been upgraded to high after EEE was found in mosquitos there. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health said if found 10 positive mosquito samples that were taken from Carver, Wareham and Canton. Mosquito bites can cause serious illness. Take steps to protect yourself & your family. When outdoors, always use EPA-approved repellent & wear mosquito-resistant clothing, like pants or long sleeves. Repair broken doors & window screens. More info: https://t.co/3y4AMkQGz2 pic.twitter.com/IzVgqHoKLV — Mass. Public Health (@MassDPH) August 5, 2020 Carver and Middleborough are currently at critical risk for EEE. Kingston, Plympton and Rochester are at high risk. Bridgewater, Halifax, Lakeville, Plymouth, Raynham and Taunton are at moderate risk....
    The NBA’s bubble is still working. The league released its latest results Wednesday for coronavirus tests performed on players participating in the restarted season at Walt Disney World, and the numbers are still perfect. Of the 343 players tested since results were last announced July 29, none has been confirmed positive. That means no player has tested positive since entering the so-called bubble last month. There were two players who tested positive on arrival at Disney, with neither of those making it out of quarantine and potentially exposing anyone inside the bubble. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM “The NBA has done an amazing job, right? They’ve been great,” Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “They’re on...
    (CNN)Several students in the Corinth School District in Mississippi have been infected with Covid-19 a little over a week after in-person classes resumed.Taylor Coombs, spokesperson for the Corinth School District, told CNN that six students and one staff member tested positive for the coronavirus. According to Coombs, 116 students that have been considered in "close contact" of a positive case have been sent home to quarantine for 14 days. The student population in the district is 2700. The Corinth School District told parents in a letter posted on Facebook Wednesday that an individual from Corinth Middle School tested positive as well as an employee at Corinth Elementary School. The letter said the school has done contact tracing and is asking...
    WESTLAKE DISTRICT (CBSLA) — Nearly 30 grocery store workers have tested positive for the novel coronavirus at a Food 4 Less in the Westlake District, according to the workers union. The union representing grocery store workers at a Westlake District Food 4 Less plan to hold a rally Wednesday after they say 28 employees tested positive for COVID-19. (CBSLA) The United Food and Commercial Workers Local 770 said Tuesday that 28 employees at the store’s 1700 W. 6th St. location tested positive for the virus — making it the largest outbreak at a grocery or retail drug store in Los Angeles and the most publicly reported positive cases of grocery retail workers in Los Angeles County. “It’s clear that the...
    In another week of coronavirus screenings, the NBA cleared all 343 players tested inside the league bubble at Disney World, which, like the ones being used by the WNBA and NHL, appears to be working. Wednesday's results marked the third straight week that the NBA and the NBA Players Association reported perfect results. Last week, 344 players were tested, with 346 evaluated the prior week without a positive case. 'It's a great example for our country,' San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich told reporters Wednesday. 'Our leader [NBA commissioner Adam Silver] had a vision and was organized. … And the participants, our citizens, had discipline.' Wednesday's results marked the third straight week that the NBA and the NBA Players...
    By TIM REYNOLDS, AP Basketball Writer LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — The NBA’s bubble is still working. The league released its latest results Wednesday for coronavirus tests performed on players participating in the restarted season at Walt Disney World, and the numbers are still perfect. Of the 343 players tested since results were last announced July 29, none has been confirmed positive. That means no player has tested positive since entering the so-called bubble last month. There were two players who tested positive on arrival at Disney, with neither of those making it out of quarantine and potentially exposing anyone inside the bubble. “The NBA has done an amazing job, right? They’ve been great,” Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc...
    A second White House journalist has tested positive for COVID-19 in less than a week, the White House Correspondents’ Association said on Wednesday. The latest case was diagnosed after the person was on White House grounds and tested negative on Monday and Tuesday, association president Zeke Miller wrote in an email to members. On Sunday, a journalist tested positive before they could join the press pool that comes in close contact with President Trump. “As of this moment, there appears to be no overlap between this case and the case over the weekend,” Miller wrote. “The press workspace and the briefing room have already received a cleaning.” Coronavirus cases among White House reporters were rare before the past month....