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    Some demonstrators are protesting Whole Foods Market for the company’s policy that bans workers from wearing “Black Lives Matter” masks while on the job. Dozens protested outside a Cambridge, Massachusetts, Whole Foods over the weekend after seven employees walked out after being turned away while wearing “BLM” face coverings, according to the Boston Globe. Reports said that the protesters want “no place safe for racism” in corporate America, and accuse the company of refusing to take a side on the...
    (CNN)A growing number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. With many states starting to lift coronavirus restrictions, more people are venturing out in public, but the number of cases is still rising in nearly half of them.Thats where masks come in. A recent study found that the use of masks and face coverings has been the most effective way to reduce person-to-person spread of coronavirus.Here are the states that require the...
    VIDEO1:5201:52Only 50% of Nevada businesses are complying with coronavirus health and safety regualtionsSquawk on the Street Nevada is among the states with the fastest rising rates of infection, and state investigators have reported fewer than 50% of the businesses observed on July 2 complied with the governors order requiring face masks in public. Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has promised swift and decisive action this week against industries that continue to flout the rules.  In a statement released July 3, he reprimanded...
    Coronavirus updates: 8th state surpasses 100K cases This is Americas favorite fast-food chain The Best Kids’ Face Masks They’ll Actually Wear Garish Halloween masks are fun. Cloth face masks, on the other hand… not so much. And yet, adult and kids’ face masks are one of the most effective and easiest ways to slow the spread of COVID-19. The reason is simple: the coronavirus is spread through droplets; masks stop them from careening from one person to the next....
    By Holly Yan | CNN It’s easy to fall into a false sense of security now that states have reopened. And many are already paying the price. States are shutting down businesses again. Popular beaches have closed. And the rate of new Covid-19 infections keeps growing in most states, threatening to reverse the progress made during stay-at-home orders. So what happened? When states reopened to try to save the economy, the fate of this pandemic shifted from government mandates to...
    PROTESTERS are boycotting a Cambridge Whole Foods after workers wearing Black Lives Matter masks were sent home, reports say. People have picketed outside the Boston store every day since June 25, convincing shoppers to spend their money elsewhere. The Boston Globe reported that around 40 of them turned up on Sunday holding up signs and erupted into loud whoops and cheers every time someone decided to shop somewhere else. Now, protesters are urging the corporation to change its ban on BLM...
    PROTESTERS are boycotting a Cambridge Whole Foods after workers wearing Black Lives Matter masks were sent home, reports say. People have picketed outside the Boston store every day since June 25, convincing shoppers to spend their money elsewhere. The Boston Globe reported that around 40 of them turned up on Sunday holding up signs and erupted into loud whoops and cheers every time someone decided to shop somewhere else. Now, protesters are urging the corporation to change its ban on BLM...
    Critics are calling on Whole Foods Market to change its policy banning workers from wearing Black Lives Matter masks while on the job, saying there should be “no place safe for racism” in corporate America. More than 40 people protested Sunday outside of the chain’s Cambridge location, where seven employees walked off the job on June 25 after being turned away when they showed up to work wearing BLM masks, the Boston Globe reported. “There should be no place safe...
    A woman identified as Melissa Rein Lively destroyed a face mask display at Target while cursing. A woman identified as Melissa Rein Lively has been captured in a bizarre video destroying a face mask display at a Target store in Arizona. The video of the incident has since gone viral and Lively has been dubbed the latest ‘Karen’ to cause a scene in public, according to The New York Post. The incident began as Lively recorded herself pulling face masks...
    MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Inside Nicaraguas public hospitals, the walls are plastered with political propaganda, ruling-party activists ensure no information leaks out, and doctors were once forbidden from wearing masks. While the Pan-American Health Organization urges Nicaragua to take more aggressive measures against the coronavirus pandemic and neighboring countries warily eye its outbreak, President Daniel Ortega’s increasingly authoritarian government seems more focused on hiding the virus than treating it. Schools remain open, and the government has threatened to ban baseball...
    MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Inside Nicaragua’s public hospitals, the walls are plastered with political propaganda, ruling-party activists ensure no information leaks out, and doctors were once forbidden from wearing masks. While the Pan-American Health Organization urges Nicaragua to take more aggressive measures against the coronavirus pandemic and neighboring countries warily eye its outbreak, President Daniel Ortega’s increasingly authoritarian government seems more focused on hiding the virus than treating it. Schools remain open, and the government has threatened to ban baseball...
    If the risk of contracting the coronavirus isn’t enough to make you wear a mask properly, then someone else’s pungent body odor will surely suffice. Public transportation officials in Berlin issued a cheeky recommendation for riders last week to stop wearing deodorant, and let their natural odors waft through the shared air, so others can have their masks fully cover their mouths and noses. “Given that so many people think they can wear their masks under their noses, we’re...
    White House chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsAtlanta airport checkpoint closed after worker tests positive for coronavirus House Republicans urge White House to support TSA giving travelers temperature checks The Hills Morning Report - Republicans shift, urge people to wear masks MORE said Monday that a national mandate requiring Americans to wear masks was “not in order” as coronavirus cases rise in a number of states. Meadows told “Fox & Friends” that the decision to require masks is a...
    This coronavirus safety is pure gold. An Indian businessman goes viral after paying $4,000 to have a face masks made out of the expensive treasured steel. “It’s a skinny masks and has tiny pores that’s serving to me to breathe,” Shankar Kurhade, 49, of Pune, advised Agence France-Presse. “Individuals are asking me for selfies,” he stated. “They’re awestruck after they see me carrying the gold masks in markets.” Kurhade, whose firm makes industrial sheds, advised the Indian Specific that...
    In light of the continued circulation stating otherwise, several Assistant Attorney Generals for the Civil Rights Division are reiterating that cards and other documents bearing the Department of Justice seal and claiming that individuals are exempt from face mask requirements are fraudulent. Inaccurate flyers or other postings have been circulating on the web and via social media channels regarding the use of face masks and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of these notices...
    Of all the polarizing issues dividing Americans during the overlapping crises of a worldwide pandemic and nationwide civil unrest over police brutality, the facial mask has become an odd symbol of partisan passions. But there it is, sparking discord far and wide. While most other nations have quietly required face coverings to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, in this nation, these ubiquitous pieces of paper and cloth have triggered an enduring debate over government authority versus personal freedoms....
    A girl filmed herself destroying a face masks show inside a Goal retailer in Arizona. Within the footage, Melissa Rein Full of life, who runs a public relations firm in Scottsdale, could be heard occurring explosive rant as she factors the digital camera to a show of protecting face masks coverings. “Lastly we meet the tip of the highway. I’ve been wanting ahead to this s–t all my f - - king life,” says Full of life within the video, which has...
    A woman filmed herself destroying a face mask display inside a Target store in Arizona. In the footage, Melissa Rein Lively, who runs a public relations company in Scottsdale, can be heard going on explosive rant as she points the camera to a display of protective face masks coverings. “Finally we meet the end of the road. I’ve been looking forward to this s–t all my f - - king life,” says Lively in the video, which has been viewed 5.9 million...
    Brad Pitt is ahead of the curve when it comes to wearing face masks. A 2019 video of the actor has resurfaced where he admitted that wearing face masks is “considerate” and he wondered why we don’t do it more often in America. The video, which was rediscovered by Daily Mail, was taken when Brad was in Tokyo, Japan promoting Ad Astra last year. The Once Upon a Time In Hollywood actor pointed out someone in the crowd who was...
    On Saturday, YouTube channel “It’s Okay To Be Smart” released a video showing how face masks work generally, and how they function as it relates to the spread of viruses like COVID-19. Channel host and writer Joe Hanson first shows footage of a man breathing, talking, and coughing – all of which is captured using schlieren imaging, which makes certain airflow patterns visible to the human eye. “This is how COVID-19 is spread – through air currents, potentially carrying microscopic...
    BOCA RATON, FL – Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have turned to homemade means of personal protective equipment, which researchers say may be most effective at preventing droplets from coughs or sneezes. In Texas, Governor Greg Abbott issued a mask mandate to help slow the spread of COVID-19 on July 2. The mandate requires “all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces in counties with 20 or more positive...
    THE Trump campaign will strongly encourage the use of face masks at the presidents upcoming Portsmouth, New Hampshire, rally, in an about-turn since the previous event, which was notable for its lack of face coverings. The campaign will even be providing masks and hand sanitizers at the event, which takes place on Saturday and will be outdoors at the Portsmouth International Airport. 6 The upper section is seen partially empty as US President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally...
    A TARGET Karen attacked face masks and told the cops to call Donald Trump as she said she cannot share classified information. The video, which was uploaded to Twitter, was reportedly taken in Scottsdale, Arizona. 3 Target Karen threw face masks on the floorCredit: Instagram / @wtpnewscorp 3 Employees then asked her to stopCredit: Instagram / @wtpnewscorp In the footage a woman, dubbed online as Target Karen, films herself tearing down a display of face masks in the store. So...
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Sunday there should be a “national requirement” that everyone wear face masks amid the coronavirus. “It’s become almost not even debatable,” the governor told NBC TV’s “Meet the Press.” “Certainly when you’re going out and absolutely indoors. As I mentioned, this virus is a lot more lethal inside than outside. But if you’re leaving your house, put on a mask. I think it ought to be a national, a national requirement.” Many states, including...
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Sunday there should be a “national requirement” that everyone wear face masks amid the coronavirus. “It’s become almost not even debatable,” the governor told NBC TV’s “Meet the Press.” “Certainly when you’re going out and absolutely indoors. As I mentioned, this virus is a lot more lethal inside than outside. But if you’re leaving your house, put on a mask. I think it ought to be a national, a national requirement.” Many states, including New...