What's more, flu and other respiratory illnesses that share the same symptoms as Covid-19 are likely to make cases and clusters of coronavirus harder to track. The expected number of people in England and Wales alone who will meet current case definitions for Covid-19 (cough or fever or loss of sense of smell) will rise from 100,000 per day in the summer to 360,000 a day in the winter, according to the report. … [Read more...] about Prepare now for a winter Covid-19 peak, warns UK’s Academy of Medical Sciences
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The MTA is already testing a different form of UV light to disinfect subway cars, but it can only be done at station yards when the cars are out of service because of the harmful effect on humans. The limited pilot program costs about $1 million. Officials have not said how much it would cost to expand to the whole system. Chicago Transit Authority officials are waiting for the results of New York’s pilot program to see if the light is an option for their transit system. … [Read more...] about Subways sparkle, but does cleaning decrease COVID-19 risk?
At its zenith, following the awards season buzz around Les Misérables, the public mood against Hathaway even spawned a hashtag, as named by my colleague Kevin Fallon, “Hathahaters.” A paparazzi shot of her revealing that she was not wearing underwear at a Screen Actors Guild function was “devastating,” she said, adding to Matt Lauer on Today that the selling of the pictures by paparazzi was akin to the “unwilling” sexual commodification endured by Fantine. It was an excellent, pointed answer that even managed to advertise her movie. Would that all actors had Hathaway’s nimble intelligence. … [Read more...] about Why Does Everyone Hate Lea Michele?
Starting at 7 on Tuesday morning, dozens of people lined up around the church, which shares a parking lot with the food pantry. After checking in, those in line had the option to get a flu shot before bringing their cars through a drive-thru line to pick up the goods for their meals. The only requirement for receiving the food was to live in one of six designated ZIP codes in the Houston area. … [Read more...] about For many, Spring Branch food pantry does the ‘heart good’
Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who made national headlines in late June when they took up arms to defend their home from protesters who stormed into their gated St. Louis neighborhood, had their rifle seized Friday when local police executed a search warrant. … [Read more...] about Ben Domenech pushes back on critics of armed Missouri couple: ‘The cops weren’t coming’