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  • Damning Supercut Exposes One Of Donald Trump’s Favorite COVID-19 Lies

    Damning Supercut Exposes One Of Donald Trump's Favorite COVID-19 Lies

    So, on Friday, “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” released a montage of the president repeatedly making the boast over the last eight months — as the United States saw a record number of new daily cases and researchers warned the death toll could surpass 500,000 by the end of February. Source link More

  • Joe Biden Trolls Donald Trump With Spoof COVID-19 Plan Website

    Joe Biden Trolls Donald Trump With Spoof COVID-19 Plan Website

    Joe Biden has “finally found” President Donald Trump’s plan to beat the coronavirus pandemic, declared a tweet from the Democratic nominee on Friday. After eight months of this pandemic, we finally found President Trump’s plan to beat COVID-19. https://t.co/KO4g328Uvr — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 23, 2020 But the website linked in the post — www.TrumpCovidPlan.com […] More

  • U.S. Sees Second-Highest COVID-19 Single-Day Spike On Record

    U.S. Sees Second-Highest COVID-19 Single-Day Spike On Record

    CHICAGO – The number of new COVID-19 cases reported in the United States on Thursday was the second-highest on record, coming in just short of a midsummer peak as the spread of the novel coronavirus accelerates in nearly every region of the country. Cases, hospitalizations, and deaths are all accelerating as cooler weather descends on […] More

  • How HBCU Homecomings Are Going Virtual Amid COVID-19

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    The spread of COVID-19 has impacted many traditions including university events like homecomings. For many historically Black colleges and universities, homecomings have become deeply entwined with the institution’s legacy and have become cultural events for the Black community. Due to social distancing restrictions, many university campuses are giving students the option of remote learning to […] More

  • Parts Of Idaho Repeal Mask Mandates Even Though Hospitals Full Of COVID-19 Patients

    Parts Of Idaho Repeal Mask Mandates Even Though Hospitals Full Of COVID-19 Patients

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Moments after hearing an Idaho hospital was overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients and looking at sending people as far away as Seattle for care, members of a regional health department board voted Thursday to repeal a local mask mandate. “Most of our medical surgical beds at Kootenai Health are full,” Panhandle Health […] More

  • COVID-19 keeps killing people, many of them are farmworkers

    COVID-19 keeps killing people, many of them are farmworkers

    CLOSE There are more than 880,000 coronavirus cases in California and more than 8 million cases nationwide. In Southern California, some of the most vulnerable are our farmworkers. Plus: State revenue is up, severe weather expected back in the Bay, social media execs are under fire and a little something to cheer you up.  Hi, I’m Maria Sestito, senior […] More

  • HBCU President Dies Of COVID-19 Just Three Months After Being Hired

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    0 Image via Saint Augustine’s University There has been a great deal of debate surrounding whether university campuses should re-open their doors considering where we are in the coronavirus pandemic, as some districts choose to reopen despite warnings from health experts. This week, it was revealed that Dr. Irving Pressley McPhail, president of Saint Augustine […] More

  • Activists Push for Stronger Covid-19 Utility Shut-Off Protections

    Activists Push for Stronger Covid-19 Utility Shut-Off Protections

    In August, at the same time that Illinois environmental activist Georgia de la Garza was sick with the coronavirus, her water was shut off for nonpayment. “I had been sick for several weeks and that bill was stacked up with the mail,” she recalled. “In the height of my Covid, like 102.6 fever, I was […] More

  • Supreme Court Says Alabama Can Ban Curbside Voting Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

    Supreme Court Says Alabama Can Ban Curbside Voting Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

    The Supreme Court said Wednesday that state officials can ban curbside voting in Alabama, overturning a lower court’s order meant to safeguard voters with disabilities and those concerned for their health amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 5-3 ruling, a terse paragraph released Wednesday evening, granted a request by Alabama’s secretary of state, John Merrill, to […] More

  • What The New CDC Definition Of A COVID-19 ‘Close Contact’ Means For You

    What The New CDC Definition Of A COVID-19 'Close Contact' Means For You

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released another new COVID-19 guideline, this time as it pertains to those who are considered in “close contact” with someone who is infected with the coronavirus. The CDC previously defined close contact as being within 6 feet of someone infected with COVID-19 for at least 15 minutes or […] More

  • CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact

    CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact

    U.S. health officials have redefined what counts as close contact with someone with COVID-19 to include briefer but repeated encounters (Oct. 21)         Source link More

  • Learn How This Black-Owned Wine Brand Is Pivoting Amid COVID-19

    Learn How This Black-Owned Wine Brand Is Pivoting Amid COVID-19

    The wine industry isn’t the most inclusive when it comes to ownership. Despite this fact, many entrepreneurs have managed to enter the market. With the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic creating new restrictions for businesses as cities try to combat the outbreak, many have had to find new ways to adapt so their businesses don’t […] More

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