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Donald Trump's personal valet tests positive for coronavirus

幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 07 May 2020 | A personal valet to President Trump has tested positive for the coronavirus -- the first known confirmed case in the West Wing, the White House said Thursday. "We were recently notified by the White House Medical Unit that a member of the United States Military, who works on the White House campus, has tested positive for Coronavirus," principal deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley said in a statement. "The President and the Vice President have since tested negative for the virus and they remain in great health," Gidley added.The member of the US Navy, who is regularly in the West Wing and works as a personal assistant to Trump, began experiencing symptoms of the virus before testing positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, .

White House coronavirus task force spokeswoman tests positive for COVID-19

幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 08 May 2020 | The top spokeswoman for Vice President Mike Pence and the White House coronavirus task force tested positive Friday for COVID-19, setting off a scramble to test officials and journalists with whom she worked. Katie Miller, 25, tested positive Friday morning after testing negative on Thursday...Miller's diagnosis delayed Pence's on Friday morning as six staffers deplaned due to recent contact with her. Meanwhile, at least two reporters exposed to Miller were summoned to the White House for a free rapid coronavirus test.

Mayor encourages constituents to 'socially shame' people not wearing masks in Rhode Island

| 07 May 2020 | The mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, calls it "" and says it's a good idea to help stop the spread of coronavirus. Appearing Tuesday on local radio station WPRO, Mayor Jorge Elorza encouraged people to speak up if they see someone in public without a face mask or people gathering in large groups. "You should socially shame them, so they fall in line," Elorza said. Radio host Gene Valicenti disagreed with the mayor, saying such a confrontation could lead to problems.

Amtrak will require face masks for all passengers beginning next week

| 08 May 2020 | Amtrak will require passengers to wear face coverings beginning next week. The national railroad service announced Thursday that the new rules will go into effect on Monday. Passengers will be required to provide their own facial covering and wear it over their nose and mouth while in stations and on trains and thruway buses. The coverings can be removed when customers are eating in designated areas or are seated alone or with a travel companion.

Long Island calls for federal probe into coronavirus deaths at nursing homes

| 07 May 2020 | The latest call for an independent investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo's handling of nursing homes during the coronavirus pandemic comes from an elected official whose mother is stuck in a facility hit hard by COVID-19. Village of Hempstead trustee LaMont Johnson told The Post on Thursday that he wants the feds to examine the [insane] orders issued by the state Health Department that who weren't sick enough to stay in hospitals -- a decision that critics contend helped spread the deadly disease among a highly vulnerable population... "When this order came out that they have to take COVID patients, some of the nursing homes that I deal with said, 'We can’t take TB [tuberclosis] patients why are being told to take COVID?,'" said state Senator Sue Serino (R-Dutchess). "I think that we need independent, impartial experts to look at it to let us know what's going on."

Ventura County clarifies claims it would force people from homes into coronavirus 'isolation centers'

| 07 May 2020 | Ventura County officials were forced Wednesday to apologize and clarify that those who could not isolate or quarantine themselves would never be forcibly removed from their homes as part of an effort to further contain the spread of the coronavirus. Video circulated on social media showed Dr. Robert Levin, the director of Ventura County Public Health, speaking before the board of supervisors Tuesday about a plan to hire up to 50 new "contact tracing investigators" to "find people who have COVID-19 and immediately isolate them, find every one of their contacts, make sure they stay quarantined and check in with them every day." Levin admitted his poor messaging during another press conference Wednesday, stressing those who test positive or who are identified by officials as having come in contact with an infected person would not be forcibly removed from their homes. His apology came after several social media users suggested the county would forcibly remove children who tested positive for COVID-19 from their parents' homes and place them in quarantine centers.

Michigan Hospital Workers Say CBS and Hospital Admin Faked COVID Patients for Sensational News Segment

| 06 May 2020 | Hospital workers at Cherry Medical Center in Grand Rapids, Mich., were caught on camera talking about their experience with a CBS News crew that made them fake a busy testing center in order to appear swamped with patients. Project Veritas received a tip from a whistleblower at the hospital who filmed what happened. Workers reported that they were called off the floors where they were working and told to get in their cars and make the line look like it was wrapping around the parking lot. Nurses in the testing center were forced to pretend they were testing patients, but they were not.

Fauci knew about HCQ in 2005 - nobody needed to die

| 27 April 2020 | (Opinion) Dr. Anthony Fauci, whose "expert" advice to President Trump has resulted in the complete shutdown of the greatest economic engine in world history, has known since 2005 that chloroquine is an effective inhibitor of coronaviruses. How did he know this? Because of research done by the National Institutes of Health, of which he is the director. In connection with the SARS outbreak - caused by a coronavirus dubbed SARS- CoV - the NIH researched chloroquine and concluded that it was effective at stopping the SARS coronavirus in its tracks. The COVID-19 bug is likewise a coronavirus, labeled SARS-CoV-2. While not exactly the same virus as SARS-CoV-1, it is genetically related to it, and shares 79% of its genome, as the name SARS-CoV-2 implies. Fauci knew about HCQ in 2005 - nobody needed to die. The - the official publication of Dr. Fauci's National Institutes of Health - published what is now a on August 22, 2005, under the heading - get ready for this - "Chloroquine is a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread." Write the researchers, "We report...that chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-CoV infection of primate cells. These inhibitory effects are observed when the cells are treated with the drug either before or after exposure to the virus, suggesting both prophylactic and therapeutic advantage." This means, of course, that Dr. Fauci has known for 15 years that chloroquine and it’s even milder derivative hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) will not only treat a current case of coronavirus ("therapeutic") but prevent future cases ("prophylactic"). So HCQ functions as both a cure and a vaccine.

Additional 1,700 Coronavirus Deaths Reported in New York State Nursing Homes

Cuomo fail:  | 05 May 2020 | New York state is now reporting more than 1,700 previously undisclosed deaths at nursing homes and adult care facilities as the state faces scrutiny over how it's protected vulnerable residents during the coronavirus pandemic. [It didn't.] At least 4,813 residents with confirmed or presumed cases of COVID-19 have died at 351 of New York’s 613 nursing homes since March 1, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration's new list. The list, released late Monday, includes the reported number of both confirmed and presumed deaths as of Sunday evening. Nursing home residents have made up roughly one-fourth to one-fifth of the state's official tally of fatalities. But just how many nursing home residents have died of COVID-19 remains uncertain despite the state's latest disclosure, as the list doesn't include deaths of nursing home residents at hospitals or any details about the number of COVID-19 cases at individual nursing homes.

New York state appeals ruling requiring it to hold June Democratic primary

幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 06 May 2020 | The state Board of Elections is appealing a requiring New York to hold a Democratic primary for president during the coronavirus pandemic. Judge Analisa Torres on Tuesday ordered New York Democrats to reinstate the presidential primary election for June 23 after one-time candidate Andrew Yang challenged its cancellation. She ruled that the state board’s decision to cancel the vote was unconstitutional and that all qualified candidates as of April 26 must be on the ballot.

Dallas salon owner who refused to close sentenced to seven days in jail, ordered to pay fines

| 05 May 2020 | A Dallas salon owner who has continued offering services despite a citation, a cease-and-desist letter and a restraining order was sentenced Tuesday to seven days in jail. In Tuesday afternoon's hearing, Dallas Civil District Judge Eric Moyé also ordered her to pay thousands in fines for refusing to shut down her salon in violation of shelter-in-place orders. Salon a la Mode owner Shelley Luther reopened Thursday, even though the state has required nonessential businesses to close in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Greg Abbott .

Coronavirus survey reveals 'shocking' stats about hospitalized New Yorkers

--Sixty-six percent of hospitalized coronavirus patients were at home | 06 May 2020 | Two-thirds of New Yorkers hospitalized with the coronavirus were admitted from their homes, a "shocking" statistic that defies social-distancing logic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. The curious conclusion was reached in a three-day survey of patients hospitalized with the bug conducted this week, and revealed by Cuomo during his daily press briefing. "Sixty-six percent of the people were at home, which is shocking to us," said Cuomo. The same survey found that 46 percent were unemployed, and 37 percent retired. "So, that says they're not working, they're not traveling," said Cuomo. "These people were literally at home." Despite the twist facts, Cuomo doubled down on his and personal responsibility幸运飞艇吧技巧分享, especially as hospitalizations and deaths continue to trend in the right direction.

Top Texas officials denounce Dallas salon owner's jail sentence for defying orders to close

--Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton said the seven-day jail sentence was excessive. Paxton called for her immediate release幸运飞艇吧技巧分享. | 06 May 2020 | Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton said Wednesday that the a Dallas salon owner received for defying orders to keep her business closed was excessive -- with Paxton calling for Shelley Luther's immediate release. "I find it outrageous and out of touch that during this national pandemic, a judge...would jail a mother for operating her hair salon in an attempt to put food on her family's table," Paxton said in a statement, calling state district Judge Eric Moyé's order to jail and fine Luther, owner of Salon a la Mode, "a shameful abuse of judicial discretion." Paxton also penned a to Moyé demanding he immediately release Luther, arguing that a community that had already "voluntarily reduced its 'jail population...by about one thousand people' due to" the coronavirus pandemic "can certainly stand to release one more."

DNI to Schiff: The transcripts are ready to release

| 06 May 2020 | A big development in the fight over 53 secret interviews the House Intelligence Committee conducted during its Trump-Russia investigation. Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has sent a letter to chairman Adam Schiff notifying him that transcripts of all 53 interviews, over 6,000 pages in all, have been cleared for public release. "All of the transcripts, with our required redactions, can be released to the public without any concerns of disclosing classified material," Grenell wrote to Schiff in a letter dated May 4. The Intel Committee did the first probe into Russia's 2016 campaign interference and allegations of Trump-Russia collusion. Even today, its findings make up most of what we know about the affair.

Coronavirus tracing app glitches after just six days sparking health warning

--Australia's COVIDSafe app could be interfering with diabetes-monitoring apps幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 02 May 2020 | Australia's coronavirus tracing app could be interfering with diabetes-monitoring apps - but health authorities say it must be downloaded before we can return to the pub. More than four-million Australians have downloaded the COVIDSafe app, which has been hailed as the nation's ticket out of strict lockdown restrictions. But some users have reported a glitch with the app after experiencing connection problems with their continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) apps. The Australian Government COVIDSafe app hopes to slow the spread of coronavirus by using Bluetooth connections to trace with whom infected people came into close contact.

Facebook's 'Ministry of Truth' Goes Live: Social Media Giant Names 20 People to Its 'Supreme Court' for Content Moderation

Facebook's 'Ministry of Truth' Goes Live: | 06 May 2020 | Facebook on Wednesday appointed 20 people from around the world to serve on what will effectively be the social media network's "Supreme Court" for speech, issuing rulings on what kind of posts will be allowed and what should be taken down.The rules, including Facebook's "community standards," have evolved to prohibit not only illegal images...but also hate speech, harassment and, most recently, false information about the coronavirus p[l]andemic [i.e., facts that run contrary to the goals of Bill Gates, the NIH, and big pharma]. The board's decisions will be binding "unless implementation could violate the law," Facebook said... Day-to-day enforcement of the rules will still be up to Facebook, which uses a combination of computer algorithms and human [allegedly] moderators to decide which posts violate its rules.

Mountain of spuds discarded by Idaho farmers saved in 'potato rescue'

幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 01 May 2020 | Amid lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, businesses and industries are suffering from COVID-19 -- and potato farmers are no exception. Despite a growing demand in grocery stores, potato prices have plummeted in the last few weeks due to social distancing guidelines and a lack of demand in restaurants and the food industry... Last week, photos like the one below, shared by Molly Page, a Hailey, Idaho, local, emerged on social media showing mountains of potatoes going to waste after being dumped by farmers. Page's photo showed a mountain of discarded potatoes at Silver Creek Seed Farm in Picabo, Idaho, , and it quickly went viral. Using the advantage of a small town and her history of community outreach, Page organized a 25-person "potato rescue team" to help gather the dumped potatoes and bring the spuds to those who need food in the Hailey and Ketchum, two towns in Blaine County, Idaho, about 160 miles east of Boise.

An Interview With AIDS Remedy Scientist on COVID-19

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Canadian PM Trudeau Bans All Assault-Style Firearms

| 01 May 2020 | Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a ban on all assault-style firearms Friday. The ban includes "1,500 models and variants," including the popular AR-15 rifle. It will prohibit those firearms, as well as some components, from being used, sold or imported. According to a release from the Canadian government, the ban will not take full effect for another two years in order "to protect owners of newly prohibited firearms from criminal liability while they take steps to comply with these new rules." 

Federal judge reinstates New York Democratic presidential primary

幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 05 May 2020 | A federal court judge has ordered New York Democrats to reinstate the presidential primary election for June 23 after one-time candidate Andrew Yang challenged its cancellation. Judge Analisa Torres in her decision Tuesday ruled that the New York Board of Elections decision to cancel the vote was unconstitutional and that all qualified candidates as of April 26 must be on the ballot. "[T]he removal of presidential contenders from the primary ballot not only deprived those candidates of the chance to garner votes for the Democratic Party's nomination," Torres wrote in her opinion. "…but also deprived their pledged delegates of the opportunity to run for a position where they could influence the party platform, vote on party governance issues, pressure the eventual nominee on matters of personnel or policy, and react to unexpected developments at the Convention."

Cobb County man tests positive and negative for COVID-19 just hours apart

幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 05 May 2020 | A Cobb County man says he tested positive and negative for the coronavirus just about four hours apart. Shaun Smith said he was tested positive for the Coronavirus at 8 am on Saturday at Piedmont Hospital. He said he decided to get a second test done just to make sure. He had tested negative for the virus just 10 days prior. The results of his second test on Saturday came back negative.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized with infection, Supreme Court says

幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 | 05 May 2020 | Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized Tuesday with an infection caused by a gallstone, the Supreme Court said. The 87-year-old justice underwent non-surgical treatment for what the court described as acute cholecystitis, a benign gall bladder condition, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She expects to be in the hospital for a day or two, the court said.

Staten Island Amazon warehouse worker dies of coronavirus

| 05 May 2020 | A worker at Amazon's Staten Island warehouse has died of the coronavirus, the company confirmed on Tuesday. The staffer was last at the Bloomfield distribution center on April 5 and was diagnosed with the disease caused by the coronavirus on April 11, a spokeswoman said. Employees at the facility, called JFK8, have been calling for greater protections amid the pandemic since March. At least 29 workers there have been infected by the coronavirus, , which first reported the staffer's death.

Government coronavirus scientist Prof Neil Ferguson resigns after 'breaking lockdown rules to meet his married lover'

| 05 May 2020 | The scientist whose advice led to Boris Johnson putting Britain in lockdown has resigned from his government advisory position after he broke social distancing rules to meet his married lover. Professor Neil Ferguson, 51, allowed the woman to visit him at home during the lockdown while lecturing the public on the need for strict social distancing to halt the spread of coronavirus. Antonia Staats, 38, lives with her husband and their children in a £1.9million house, the . Professor Ferguson leads the team at Imperial College London that handed a bombshell piece of research to the government that said failing to take drastic action would cause 250,000 deaths and overwhelm the NHS. It was a hammer blow to the government's initial hopes of defeating the virus by building "herd immunity" in the community.

House Judiciary Republicans demand FBI investigation of Flynn case

| 04 May 2020 | Top Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to FBI director Christopher Wray on Monday demanding he review his agency's handling of its investigation into Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn, according to a obtained by Axios. Sources familiar with the document tell Axios the letter is a direct rebuke of Wray, and that it reflects a among congressional Republicans who question whether he can be trusted to expose what they see as a corrupt FBI. The letter -- written by ranking member Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), one of Trump's fiercest defenders, and Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) -- also casts doubt on Wray's motives for not disclosing what they describe as "the FBI's misconduct," and questions whether he and other top FBI officials intentionally "prevented or delayed the disclosure of additional exculpatory information" regarding Flynn.

New mutation indicates that coronavirus might be weakening, study says

| 05 May 2020 | A mutation in the novel coronavirus mirrors a change that occurred in the genetically similar SARS virus in 2003 -- indicating that the bug might be weakening, researchers announced in a newly published study. Lead study author Dr. Efren Lim, an assistant professor at Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute, and his team use a new technology called next-generation sequencing to rapidly read the genetic code of the coronavirus, referred to by scientists as SARS-CoV-2. That technology helps researchers determine how the virus is spreading, mutating and adapting over time.

States rebuked by feds, courts for coronavirus lockdown measures

| 05 May 2020 |The Justice Department has sided with a Virginia church suing Gov. Ralph Northam after police threatened a pastor with jail time or a $2,500 fine for violating lockdown restrictions by holding a service on Palm Sunday -- marking the latest incident where federal lawyers or local courts have challenged a state’s stay-at-home mandates during the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. Attorney General William Barr made it clear last month that federal prosecutors should "be on the lookout" for overly restrictive state and local shutdown orders that may infringe on people's constitutional rights -- especially when it comes to the First Amendment. "If a state or local ordinance crosses the line from an appropriate exercise of authority to stop the spread of COVID-19 into an overbearing infringement of constitutional and statutory protections, the Department of Justice may have an obligation to address that overreach in federal court," Barr said in an April memo.

Facebook removes accounts linked to QAnon movement

| 05 May 2020 | Facebook [FaCIAbook] says it has removed several groups, accounts and pages linked to QAnon, taking action for the first time against [patriot groups] circulated among supporters of President Donald Trump. The social-media giant made the announcement Tuesday as part of its monthly briefing on "coordinated inauthentic behavior" on its platforms. That’s FaCIAbook's term for fake accounts run幸运飞艇吧技巧分享 truth with the intent of disrupting politics elections and society. In addition to the QAnon accounts, Facebook also removed accounts linked to VDARE, a U.S. website known for posting anti-immigration content...For more than two years, QAnon followers have pored over a tangled set of clues purportedly posted online by a high-ranking government official known only as "Q."

Mountain Fear: World's biggest Five Gee tower installed on Mount Everest using yaks to lug controversial equipment up tracks

| 01 May 2020 | Skyward ambitions to expand the controversial [deadly] worldwide have literally gone high-tech, after yaks lugged eight tonnes of infrastructure up Mount Everest. At a height of 6,500 metres, it's the highest Five Gee antenna installation in the world, say organisers China Mobile Hong Kong and Huawei. China Mobile Hong Kong (CMHK) announced completion of the joint installation on Facebook, saying that it had "successfully built more Five Gee base stations, including 6,500 meters above sea level on the highest peak, Mount Everest".

Coronavirus in Pittsburgh: Murdered Researcher Was Close to 'Making Very Significant Findings' Related to COVID-19, Pitt Says

| 04 May 2020 | A researcher killed in an apparent murder-suicide was close to "making very significant findings" related to the coronavirus, his department said. that happened over the weekend in Ross Township appear to be a murder-suicide, according to police. On May 2, police said 37-year-old Bing Liu was found dead in his home on Elm Court from apparent gunshot wounds to his head, neck and torso. Investigators say they now believe his death is a homicide. Liu was a research assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, his department said on Monday. "Bing was on the verge of making very significant findings toward understanding the cellular mechanisms that underlie SARS-CoV-2 infection and the cellular basis of the following complications," the department said on its website.

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