“The FBI assesses hate crime incidents against Asian Americans likely will surge across the United States, due to the spread of coronavirus disease... endangering Asian American communities,” the report states. “The FBI makes this assessment based on the assumption that a portion of the US public will associate COVID-19 with China and Asian American populations.” … [Read more...] about Stabbing of Asian-American 2-Year-Old and Her Family Was a Virus-Fueled Hate Crime: Feds
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According to the Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases report by the Center for Systems, Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, Belgium ranks eleventh in the world with 12,775 confirmed cases. More than 700 Belgians died as of Tuesday afternoon from COVID-19. Of those, 4,920 reached the level of hospitalization landing 1,021 in intensive care. … [Read more...] about 90-Year-Old Belgian Dies After Offering Ventilator to ‘Younger’ Coronavirus Patients
“Mr. Sheele an orange jacket on. There was a flashlight found in his vicinity. It was most likely illuminated and working,” trooper Stephen Limani said. … [Read more...] about Police Searching For Driver Who Struck, Killed 64-Year-Old Man Walking In Westmoreland Co.
“In the beginning, my doctor told me that I actually had tonsillitis, so I was going to work and having symptoms and not even knowing that I was positive,” she said. “I really had to advocate for myself to even get tested.” … [Read more...] about 28-year-old coronavirus patient on recovery, ‘frustrating’ effort to get tested
"There's a lot that we don't know about the details of what does it feel like when you are right close to the fault," said Peggy Hellweg, a Berkeley research geophysicist. "It is exciting, I am surprised that no one has put any seismology instrumentation into it before." … [Read more...] about UC Berkeley taps its old mine shaft to study Hayward Fault