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  • Publix Worker’s Family Blames Anti-Mask Policy For COVID-19 Death

    Publix Worker’s Family Blames Anti-Mask Policy For COVID-19 Death

    The family of a 70-year-old Florida Publix worker who died from the coronavirus in April is suing the supermarket chain, claiming its prohibition against workers wearing masks at the start of the pandemic directly caused his death. “Because of its careless decisions, our father is not here with us today,” Gerardo “Gerry” Gutierrez’s daughter, Ariane […] More

  • ‘We’re Drowning’: COVID Cases Flood Hospitals In America’s Heartland

    'We're Drowning': COVID Cases Flood Hospitals In America's Heartland

    (Reuters) – Dr. Drew Miller knew his patient had to be moved. The vital signs of the 30-year-old COVID-19 victim were crashing, and Kearny County Hospital in rural Lakin, Kansas, just wasn’t equipped to handle the case. Miller, Kearny’s chief medical officer – who doubles as the county health officer – called around to larger […] More

  • Surgeon General Issues ‘Dire’ COVID-19 Warning As Trump White House Plans Indoor Parties

    Surgeon General Issues ‘Dire’ COVID-19 Warning As Trump White House Plans Indoor Parties

    U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams on Monday warned people to “be smart” with their Thanksgiving celebrations this year in a bid to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Adams also applied his caution to outgoing President Donald Trump’s White House, which plans on hosting in-person, indoor holiday parties despite soaring infections, hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19 […] More

  • The Pandemic’s Effect On Climate-Changing Pollution Was ‘Just A Tiny Blip’

    The Pandemic’s Effect On Climate-Changing Pollution Was ‘Just A Tiny Blip’

    As nations went into lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19, factories halted and cars sat idle, clearing the skies above polluted cities and sending climate-changing emissions to historic lows.  But the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere ― the accumulation of past and current emissions ― remained virtually unchanged, according to the World […] More

  • First COVID-19 Vaccinations Expected As Early As Dec. 11, White House Vaccine Czar Says

    First COVID-19 Vaccinations Expected As Early As Dec. 11, White House Vaccine Czar Says

    The chief science adviser to Operation Warp Speed, the Trump administration’s program to accelerate vaccine development during the pandemic, said he expects the first Americans to receive COVID-19 vaccinations as early as Dec. 11. Pharmaceutical company Pfizer submitted an application on Friday to the Food and Drug Administration requesting approval for emergency use of its […] More

  • Georgia’s Sen. Kelly Loeffler Quarantines After Inconclusive COVID-19 Tests

    Georgia's Sen. Kelly Loeffler Quarantines After Inconclusive COVID-19 Tests

    Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) is self-quarantining after she had mixed coronavirus test results following campaign events with Vice President Mike Pence and fellow GOP Sen. David Perdue ahead of Georgia’s two highly contested senate races. Loeffler attended in-person events with both men Friday after undergoing two tests for the virus. A rapid test immediately came back […] More

  • Laid-Off Workers Lobby For Unemployment Benefits To Continue

    Laid-Off Workers Lobby For Unemployment Benefits To Continue

    Stephanie Freed and Grant McDonald aren’t lobbyists, but they’re orchestrating a sophisticated campaign pressuring senators to save the federal unemployment benefits that are expiring next month.  When those benefits lapse on Dec. 26, neither will have any income.  The two New Yorkers lost their jobs in the theater industry in March. With the coronavirus pandemic […] More

  • Christian Songwriter Is Fed Up With Believers Who Refuse To Wear Masks

    Christian Songwriter Is Fed Up With Believers Who Refuse To Wear Masks

    A Christian singer-songwriter said she’s fed up with fellow believers who act as if wearing masks during the coronavirus pandemic is an assault on their rights.  Nichole Nordeman, an Oklahoma-based musician, was compelled to speak out on Friday after experiencing a family tragedy.  In an early morning tweet, Nordeman revealed that her aunt had died […] More

  • Stanford Faculty Condemns ‘Objectionable’ Colleague Scott Atlas

    Stanford Faculty Condemns 'Objectionable' Colleague Scott Atlas

    Stanford University’s faculty senate issued a forceful condemnation of its controversial colleague and President Donald Trump’s health adviser, Scott Atlas, for spreading disinformation about COVID-19, saying that his behavior is “anathema to our values and belief that we should use knowledge for good.” Atlas, a senior fellow at Stanford’s conservative Hoover Institution, has come under increasing […] More

  • People Think Mnuchin Accidentally Said Trump Admin’s Most Honest Thing About COVID-19

    People Think Mnuchin Accidentally Said Trump Admin’s Most Honest Thing About COVID-19

    People think Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s slip of the tongue on Friday could be the most honest thing ever said by someone in President Donald Trump’s administration. During a telephone interview for CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Mnuchin said “we’re working on mass distribution of the virus.” He presumably meant to say the Trump White House was […] More

  • Jimmy Fallon Spots The Gag-Inducing Rudy Giuliani Moment People May Have Missed

    Jimmy Fallon Spots The Gag-Inducing Rudy Giuliani Moment People May Have Missed

    But Jimmy Fallon spotted another strange moment “you might have missed” in the same briefing from President Donald Trump’s attorney that was equally worthy of scrutiny. Namely, when Giuliani was standing in the background, blew his nose on a handkerchief and rubbed it around his mouth and forehead. “Oh my God. Wow. I think Rudy is […] More

  • Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available in 2021 for 200 Mexican pesos!

    Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available in 2021 for 200 Mexican pesos!

    The drugmaker plans to distribute 1 billion doses over the next year. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! November 20, 2020 3 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. According to Joaquín Duato, vice […] More

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