As each side ordered more and more expensive and lavish bottles, the club owners initiated a well-oiled orgy of celebration, a formula replicated in nightclubs around the world; each new bottle of Champagne would be delivered borne aloft by a “bottle train” of fashion models, the bottles would be adorned with sparklers, special music would be played; and more and more attractive young women would flock to the tables of the rich men doing the ordering. … [Read more...] about Super-Rich Men Go to ‘Bottle War’ in Nightclubs. Champagne—and Models—Are Their Weapons.
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The hospital follows federal and state protocols for personal protective equipment, including using N95 masks for known and suspected COVID-19 patients, as supply allows. The hospital defines exposure as being within 6 feet of a coronavirus patient longer than a few minutes or having unprotected direct contact, for instance a patient coughing on the worker. If exposure occurs due to a lapse or failure in equipment or because workers didn’t know the patient was positive, the hospital contacts employees. … [Read more...] about Bay Area hospital workers exposed to coronavirus want more testing for themselves
The film explains how the team's dominance had political ramifications, inspiring Caribbean people around the world, "It was an eye-opener to come to England and see how much cricket meant to West Indians living in England and how they used it to lift themselves," Holding says. … [Read more...] about Handcuffs to light bulbs shine light on painful Black experience
Loe said on Wednesday the volume of coronavirus cases has grown immensely in her hospital, Riverside University Health System Medical Center in Moreno Valley, and that the hospital's ICU is at capacity. But they have not yet expanded into their surge plan, such as canceling elective procedures or transforming other hospital units into ICUs. … [Read more...] about These California doctors flew to New York to fight Covid-19. Here’s what they learned.
Sacramento has 12 public pools and not even half are being used, but the lack of cool down spots this summer could be the least of California’s problems. Florida, Texas, Arizona, and California have all seen a recent surge in coronavirus numbers and the heat could make that worse. … [Read more...] about States Experiencing Surge In Temperatures And Coronavirus Cases Could Be In Trouble