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Coronavirus Fauci: Downplaying coronavirus threat is ‘not a good thing’ Coronavirus Fauci: Downplaying coronavirus threat is ‘not a good thing’

Coronavirus Fauci: Downplaying coronavirus threat is ‘not a good thing’

By 4 weeks ago

Dr. Anthony Fauci responded to reports that President Trump wanted to play down the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, saying that doing so with any serious threat was “not a good thing.”Sept. 11, 2020

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Coronavirus CDC Report: Dining out linked to increasing Coronavirus risk Coronavirus CDC Report: Dining out linked to increasing Coronavirus risk

Coronavirus CDC Report: Dining out linked to increasing Coronavirus risk

By 4 weeks ago

Dr. Lipi Roy, Internal Medicine Physician and NBC Medical Contributor, joins MSNBC’s Richard Lui to discuss the CDC’s latest study.Sept. 13, 2020

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Coronavirus: Getting a flying fix without going abroad Coronavirus: Getting a flying fix without going abroad

Coronavirus: Getting a flying fix without going abroad

By 1 month ago

Image copyright Reuters Image caption With many flights cancelled, companies are trying to give travel fans a sense of nostalgia As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ground many flights, people are looking for ways to get their flying fix without travelling abroad. With that in mind, numerous companies are coming up with ways of catering…

Coronavirus: Marseille’s Covid-19 hospital beds ‘close to saturation’ Coronavirus: Marseille’s Covid-19 hospital beds ‘close to saturation’

Coronavirus: Marseille’s Covid-19 hospital beds ‘close to saturation’

By 1 month ago

Publishedduration14 Septemberimage copyrightEPAimage captionOnly four of Marseille’s resuscitation beds were free, officials saidThe use of hospital beds by Covid-19 patients in the French city of Marseille is “close to saturation” amid a sharp spike in infections.Surgeries are being reduced to cope with an incidence rate that has risen to 312 per 100,000 since September.New limits…

Coronavirus ‘More than just a blip’: Canada’s COVID-19 cases on the rise – CBC.ca Coronavirus ‘More than just a blip’: Canada’s COVID-19 cases on the rise – CBC.ca

Coronavirus ‘More than just a blip’: Canada’s COVID-19 cases on the rise – CBC.ca

By 1 month ago

As school returns and temperatures drop, coronavirus cases are ticking back up in Canada. Dr. Isaac Bogoch explains what the numbers mean, and how they can be brought back down.The drive-thru COVID-19 test site in Casselman, Ont., east of Ottawa, on Sept. 15, 2020. (Frédéric Pepin/Radio-Canada)Listen to the full episode21:27Coronavirus cases are on the upswing…

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Coronavirus “A long way to go”: Fed chair warns economy will feel the weight of expired stimulus Coronavirus “A long way to go”: Fed chair warns economy will feel the weight of expired stimulus

Coronavirus “A long way to go”: Fed chair warns economy will feel the weight of expired stimulus

By 1 month ago

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told the House Financial Services Committee on Tuesday that the expiration of Congress’ coronavirus stimulus will weigh on the U.S. economy.Why it matters: Powell warned that the effects of dried-up benefits are a looming risk to the economy, even if the consequences aren’t yet visible.A number of measures passed in…

Israel Tightens Lockdown, Closes Synagogues as Coronavirus Cases Surge – The Wall Street Journal Israel Tightens Lockdown, Closes Synagogues as Coronavirus Cases Surge – The Wall Street Journal

Israel Tightens Lockdown, Closes Synagogues as Coronavirus Cases Surge – The Wall Street Journal

By 1 month ago

TEL AVIV—Israel ordered all nonessential businesses and synagogues to close starting Friday, tightening restrictions a week after imposing a second nationwide lockdown as the government struggles to contain a resurgent coronavirus outbreak. Under the new measures, which will last at least through Oct. 10, all private businesses except those considered vital—such as supermarkets and pharmacies—will…

U.S. Household Net Worth Hits Highest Level Ever U.S. Household Net Worth Hits Highest Level Ever

U.S. Household Net Worth Hits Highest Level Ever

By 1 month ago

WASHINGTON—A resurgent stock market and fiscal stimulus propelled the net worth of U.S. households to the highest level ever in the second quarter, despite a record drop in the previous three months caused by an economic shock from the pandemic. The net worth of American households and nonprofit organizations jumped 6.8% in the second quarter…

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Coronavirus Pac-12 will play this fall despite ongoing pandemic Coronavirus Pac-12 will play this fall despite ongoing pandemic

Coronavirus Pac-12 will play this fall despite ongoing pandemic

By 1 month ago

The Pac-12, which includes universities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon, Utah and Washington state, will play football starting Nov. 6, reversing its earlier decision to postpone the season because of the coronavirus pandemic.Why it matters: The conference’s about-face follows a similar move by the Big Ten last week and comes as President Trump has publicly…

Coronavirus ‘Skinny’ coronavirus relief bill fails in Senate Coronavirus ‘Skinny’ coronavirus relief bill fails in Senate

Coronavirus ‘Skinny’ coronavirus relief bill fails in Senate

By 1 month ago

NBC News’ Kasie Hunt says: “It does really feel increasingly as though there is very little chance there will be any more aid coming before the election.”Sept. 10, 2020

Coronavirus Trump intentionally misled the public on coronavirus Coronavirus Trump intentionally misled the public on coronavirus

Coronavirus Trump intentionally misled the public on coronavirus

By 1 month ago

President Trump acknowledged the dangers of the coronavirus pandemic in a February interview with journalist Bob Woodward and acknowledged downplaying the threat in an interview a month later, according to an account of Woodward’s new book.Sept. 10, 2020

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Coronavirus Podcast: The vaccine race hits a speed bump Coronavirus Podcast: The vaccine race hits a speed bump

Coronavirus Podcast: The vaccine race hits a speed bump

By 1 month ago

Sep 9, 2020 – PodcastsAxiosDeveloping vaccines is very hard work, as evidenced by Tuesday’s news that AstraZeneca is pausing its clinical trials on a COVID-19 vaccine after a patient appeared to develop a serious neurological condition. And that raises an unsettling question: What if a vaccine is further away than most of us expect?Axios Re:Cap…

Coronavirus Top health agency spokesperson accuses government scientists of “sedition” against Trump Coronavirus Top health agency spokesperson accuses government scientists of “sedition” against Trump

Coronavirus Top health agency spokesperson accuses government scientists of “sedition” against Trump

By 1 month ago

Health and Human Services spokesperson Michael Caputo baselessly accused career scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Sunday of gathering a “resistance unit” for “sedition” against President Trump, the New York Times reports.Driving the news: House Democrats are launching an investigation into allegations that Trump’s political appointees — including Caputo, a former…

Coronavirus Ginsburg death displaces violence in cities as dominant social media storyline Coronavirus Ginsburg death displaces violence in cities as dominant social media storyline

Coronavirus Ginsburg death displaces violence in cities as dominant social media storyline

By 1 month ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg-related social media interactions dwarfed all other topics this week — a departure from a run of weeks where, other than the coronavirus, violence in cities was the dominant storyline. The big picture: In just two days, there were 41 million interactions (likes, comments or shares) on stories about the late Supreme Court…

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Coronavirus COVID-19 in Sask: Four new cases and 12 recoveries on Monday – CBC.ca Coronavirus COVID-19 in Sask: Four new cases and 12 recoveries on Monday – CBC.ca

Coronavirus COVID-19 in Sask: Four new cases and 12 recoveries on Monday – CBC.ca

By 1 month ago

Saskatchewan has had a total of 1,619 reported cases and 1,561 recoveries.Saskatchewan reported four new COVID-19 cases on Monday. (NIAID Integrated Research Facility/Reuters)Saskatchewan reported four new COVID-19 cases on Monday, one in each of the Saskatoon, central east, southwest and south central regions. Three people remain in hospital in Saskatoon. One person is receiving inpatient care…

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