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August 21, 2020 - Italy sees highest daily coronavirus infections since May
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De Blasio has 'no plan' for return of indoor dining in NYC
Mayor Bill de Blasio bluntly said he has "no plan" for the return of indoor dining in New York City, citing a link between...
Italy sees highest daily coronavirus infections since May
Italy is bracing itself for a second COVID-19 spike after it recorded the highest increase in daily infections since the end of lockdown. Coronavirus...
13 states approved for $300-per-week unemployment benefits – but not New York
More than a dozen states have been approved to pay unemployed workers $300 a week authorized by President Trump — but New York hasn't...
Utah students, school staff defying mask mandate could reportedly face charges
K-12 students and teachers in Utah could be charged with a misdemeanor for not wearing a mask, as they return to classrooms amid the...
Karen Pence will return to classroom to teach next week
Second Lady Karen Pence will be returning to teach at her private Virginia school next week, Vice President Mike Pence said Friday.
Swedish disease expert under fire for email revealing herd immunity rationale
Sweden's top infectious disease expert appeared to chase herd immunity from coronavirus — saying the death risk to the elderly could be "worth it."...
US home sales hit a 14-year high amid coronavirus pandemic
US home sales rose at a record pace for a second straight month in July and home prices hit a record as historically low...
Millions of COVID-hit nursing home residents risk losing their vote
For months, the pandemic has curtailed nursing home residents' freedom of movement and visits with family and friends. Now, it is threatening their ability...
CDC study suggests inmates should have gotten mass COVID-19 testing
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Correctional facilities that resisted mass coronavirus testing for inmates erred in their decision to only test inmates with symptoms, leading to...
Coronavirus is draining craft booze makers' sales, study claims
The coronavirus pandemic has left craft booze makers with one big hangover, a new study says. The nation's craft distilleries expect to lose 41...
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