German state Saxony may allow events with more than 1,000 people from September - official
The eastern German state of Saxony plans to allow events with more than 1,000 visitors from September 1, the state's health minister said on Tuesday. This could include...
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Bars Struggle After Being Forced To Close Again During Pandemic
After allowing bars to reopen, some states and counties are forcing them to close after COVID-19 cases surge. Bar owners are struggling to balance safety and health risks with...
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“Can kids be signed up for team sports in the fall?” Dr. Murphy answers viewer COVID-19 questions 7/7
Dr. Robert Murphy is a professor of infectious disease at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine and the executive director of The Institute for Global...
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The Health 202: Coronavirus era means Americans are forced to decide how much risk they can accept
It's a harsh reality as the pandemic stretches on.
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Israeli public health director quits, saying govt reopened economy ‘too rapidly'
Israel's public health director quit on Tuesday amid a spike in new coronavirus cases, saying that the government had reopened the economy too rapidly and had lost its way in...
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Chicago splash pools to reopen but beaches remain closed, Lightfoot says
CHICAGO - As Chicagoans look for some relief from the heat, Mayor Lori Lightfoot says they're not going to find it in Lake Michigan. “We don't see the beaches opening up...
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Coronavirus herd immunity may be 'unachievable' because antibodies disappear after a few weeks in some people
A major new study in one of Europe's worst affected countries for the coronavirus finds no evidence of widespread immunity to the virus developing. Just 5% of Spaniards were...
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Bubonic plague in China not a high risk: WHO
Apparent outbreak of 'Black Death' in China being 'well managed' and is not a high risk, says the health body.
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Boris Johnson's care home comments ‘SLAP IN THE FACE' for workers ‘risking lives on frontline' - charity chief to RT
The British government has historically neglected the social care sector, so it is not surprising that Prime Minister Boris Johnson tried to shift the blame for the huge...
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EEE arrives early as state awaits House action on control bill
The risks of COVID-19 transmission are higher indoors, and as summer ramps up Massachusetts is beginning to see signs that another public health hazard is emerging again outdoors.
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New rules: Foreign students must leave US if classes go online
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms tests positive for coronavirus
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms revealed Monday that she has contracted the coronavirus, as Georgia and other southern states that reopened their economies early see a...
US Supreme Court deals blow to Keystone oil pipeline project
The U.S. Supreme Court has handed another setback to the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada by keeping in place a lower court ruling that blocked a key permit for the project.
Adviser to Russian Space Agency chief arrested on suspicion of passing...
The adviser to the head of Russia's space agency, Roscosmos, was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of treason. Formerly a journalist, Ivan Safronov was working at Roscosmos for...
NFL superstar Patrick Mahomes lands biggest deal in sports history, report says
The report says Patrick Mahomes will become the highest-paid player not just in NFL history, but in sports history.
How Hong Kong's new security law is already throttling its open Internet
Facebook, WhatApp, Google , Twitter , Signal, Zoom, Microsoft , and Telegram all announced this week that they will temporarily stop responding to Hong Kong government requests...
NHL, players' union announce tentative plan to resume play at beginning of...
Training camps would open next Monday, July 13, and games would resume Aug. 1 if the league's board of governors, players' executive committee and full membership sign off.
A driver was killed after a fiery crash that split a car in two
Speed was likely a factor in the crash, police said.
ICE's New Rules on Foreign Students Called 'Horrifying'
International students will be forced to leave the US or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued...
Woman charged with filing false report weeks after racist Central Park...
Amy Cooper drew widespread condemnation for calling 911 to report she was being threatened by “an African-American man” when bird watcher Christian Cooper appeared to keep his...