According to the CDC website, "Being Chinese or Asian American does not increase the chance of getting or spreading COVID-19. People, including those of Asian descent, are not at greater risk of acquiring and spreading [it] than other Americans. Viruses cannot target people from specific populations, ethnicities or racial backgrounds." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Long-Term Impact Affects More Than Health
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Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order Monday enacting the temporary closure of all Minnesota restaurants and bars to dine-in customers. He also ordered the temporary closure of public places, including theaters, museums, fitness centers, and community clubs. … [Read more...] about Lunds & Byerlys: 1st Hour Is For ‘Higher Risk’ Shoppers
Last week, Spain's Civil Guard [the country's national military police] announced it had seized around 69,000 masks and more than 5,000 goggles and gloves at airports and ports of entry. Some of the equipment was due to be auctioned online. Around 7,000 masks had been imported from Ecuador were impounded in Gijón, northern Spain, while a further 11,000 masks were impounded at an airport in the Canary Islands. The most significant seizures, however, have taken place in Madrid, where around 44,000 masks have been recovered. … [Read more...] about Spain is battling the black marketeers and price gougers of the coronavirus crisis
Now Trump is asserting that “real people” should join in his call to “open up our country” by Easter and “get back to work ASAP,” in patent disregard of the public health risks of returning to “normal” in the midst of a pandemic. … [Read more...] about Trump’s Coronavirus Lies Are an Infection. This Is the Only Cure.
BOSTON (CBS) – Coronavirus has claimed the lives of 35 Massachusetts residents as of Friday afternoon, and another 3,200 people have tested positive. While the diagnosed cases are spread pretty evenly across age groups, the fatal cases are clustered among the older population. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus By The Numbers: What We Know About MA Patients Who Died