Sandra, who is currently in lockdown in Italy, continued, “We’re okay here… staying home is fine with us, and this community is wonderful. I’m lucky to be here, the spirit of the people is amazing! The US and the UK are failing miserably, however.” (RELATED: Pearl Jam Postpones North American Tour Over Growing Coronavirus Concerns) … [Read more...] about Tom Hanks Doing ‘Not Great But Still Ok’ After Testing Positive For Coronavirus
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“To recapitulate: For one week I felt pretty bad and was mostly in bed, sleeping, with high fever and strong headache,” the 40-year-old actress captioned her post on Instagram. “The second week, the fever was gone but some light cough appeared and I felt very tired.” … [Read more...] about Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson And More Celebrities Say They ‘Feel Better’ After Testing Positive For Coronavirus
The governor then pointed his finger at Italy’s Higher Institute of Health, the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (ISS), regarding the ISS making a company in Lombardy (capable of producing 900,000 masks per day) wait for a certification to do so. … [Read more...] about Italian Governor: I Was Called ‘Racist’ for Wanting to Test China Travelers in February
2:07 p.m. San Francisco expected to have 2,555 hotel rooms available by end of week: San Francisco has contracted with six hotels with a total of 479 rooms to house unsheltered and vulnerable people during the COVID-19 pandemic, and so far has moved 123 people into hotel rooms, said Trent Rhorer, director of San Francisco’s Human Services Agency. City officials are negotiating with two more hotels that will offer an additional 576 rooms and are expected to be available Thursday — in addition to a third hotel with 1,500 rooms expected to be available by the end of the week. The city is also opening new shelters so it can allow 6 feet between shelter residents. San Francisco is negotiating with two shelter spaces that could house up to 500 people, Rhorer said. Vulnerable residents within the city’s existing shelter system will not be moved to a new shelter, but instead moved to a hotel room. They must be able to care for themselves with little support services, Rhorer … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: U.S. death toll exceeds 5,000
“Others who did not file either a 2018 or 2019 return would be ineligible for the payment, although they could file a 1040 now and still get a check,” he wrote. “Non-filers might include people who were students, people on public assistance or Supplemental Security Income, or even working people whose income fell below the standard deduction amount.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus Relief Checks: Who Gets One? Who Doesn’t?