It amounts to an early victory for Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh and his cabinet, sworn into office in late February, less than a week before Tunisia's first cases were reported. Just across the Mediterranean, the pandemic was beginning to seriously spread across Europe, a key market for Tunisian tourism and exports. Hard year ahead … [Read more...] about Hard Work Starts as Tunisia Emerges from Coronavirus Limits
“Colorado’s iconic and delicious Palisade peaches could be devastated by this early freeze and fruit producers on the Western Slope need support,” Gov. Polis said in the release. “Coloradans always look forward to getting Palisade peaches that help support our economy, growers and small businesses. “We urge the federal government to assist Colorado’s agriculture community during this challenging time.” … [Read more...] about Hard freeze nearly destroys Western Slope peach crop, state seeks disaster aid
Instead of waiting for colorectal cancer rates to rise further, and perhaps even before fully turning to investigating possible causes, the medical community must first address the inadequacies of current prevention and education practices. Colorectal cancer must be considered a possible diagnosis for a person with gastrointestinal symptoms, regardless of that person’s age. Colonoscopy — a brief, outpatient procedure — has proven extremely effective in lowering the rates of colorectal cancer in people who receive them routinely after the age of 50. … [Read more...] about I learned the hard way that colon cancer is on the rise among younger people
Trump and his allies have claimed again and again that they welcome immigrants who enter the country legally, yet while lawyers and sponsors struggle to follow the rules, our government moves these children from place to place without warning, will not disclose their whereabouts, and fast-tracks deportations to places so dangerous that they were willing to walk thousands of miles to escape them. … [Read more...] about Letters to the Editor: Why is the Trump administration working so hard to deport immigrant children?
Social distancing and face coverings will be required for guests and employees in public areas at Universal resorts. Temperature checks will be required for guests, employees and vendors. Guests will be asked to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and comply with quarantine orders prior to arrival. There will also be hand sanitizer stations in public areas and elevator landings. … [Read more...] about Universal Orlando plans to reopen resort hotels on June 2