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US Corona Virus: Health officials double the dangers of mass meetings

According to the Department of State Health Services, Texas had the highest increase in new coronavirus cases in a day on Saturday. However, it is not clear whether the increase is simply due to further testing or whether the virus is spreading more. In Washington state, 87% of a choir developed Covid-19 after an individual became infected, the disease control …

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Mass gatherings are returning to US life, but may not look the way we remember

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said teams could open their facilities on Tuesday as long as it is allowed in their state and the teams comply with staffing restrictions. However, players and coaches will not be returning until next month. In North Dakota, major gatherings such as concerts, weddings, carnivals, and promotions will resume soon, with new guidelines being followed, Governor …

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CVS opens 10 new drive-through corona virus test sites in mass.

12,000 TESTS PER DAY. This is progress, but we have to do more. EARLY TODAY, 10 NEW DRIVE-THROUGH TEST LOCATIONS AT CVS LOCATIONS WERE ANNOUNCED BY MASSACHUSETTS. CVS BECOME A JOINT PARTNER TO EXTEND THE TESTING AND STARTING OF DRIVE-THROUH TESTS. This is part of the first rollup of the test expansion program, which begins in a variety of countries. …

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The court stops the ban on church mass meetings in Kentucky

Exceptions to the shutdown order by the democratic governor are trips to the grocery store, bank, pharmacy and hardware store. Beshear previously announced that places of worship in Kentucky could resume personal services as of May 20, as part of a broader plan to gradually reopen the state economy. The previous Friday, he explained the requirements for the reopening of …

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Canada bans offensive weapons after the worst mass murder ever

“You don’t need an AR-15 to kill a deer,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at a press conference in Ottawa. “It is no longer permitted to buy, sell, transport, import, or use military-grade weapons in this country.” Police said the shooter had several semi-automatic handguns and at least two semi-automatic rifles, one of which was described by witnesses as a …

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The mass shooting victim in El Paso dies almost 9 months after the attack

The soccer coach of a girl who has been hospitalized for several shots during the mass shooting last year on a Walmart in Texas died on Saturday. Guillermo “Memo” Garcia was the last remaining patient of the fatal assault in El Paso on August 3rd that has killed 23 people and injured dozens. “After an almost nine-month struggle, our hearts …

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Coronavirus World News: Pandemic calms the world’s mass protests

How long the pandemic lasts and how governments and activists react will determine whether the current pause is a moment of metamorphosis – or just a short end to some of the most widespread mass mobilizations in recent history. The challenges for demonstrators in places as diverse as Hong Kong and Lebanon are obvious. Millions of demonstrators are huddled at …

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Canada’s deadliest victims of mass shootings identified as authorities are looking for motives

Friends and family members have started to identify some of the victims of the deadliest mass shootings in Canadian history, including health care workers, law enforcement officers, a teacher, a police officer, and a military veteran. Late Saturday, a gunman disguised as a police officer raged in more than a dozen homes in rural communities in Nova Scotia, setting some …

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