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Missteps mar Puerto Rico’s response to the coronavirus

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico officials say data that show COVID-19 cases on the island are much lower than in some U.S. states constitute proof they are containing the new coronavirus, but a series of missteps is raising concerns it could be more widespread than believed. The U.S. territory is bracing for an anticipated peak of cases in early May as federal…

US students party on spring break despite coronavirus – BBC News

Latest video release related to Coronavirus. Have a look at this “US students party on spring break despite coronavirus – BBC News” video below: Crowds of US university students flocked to Florida for their spring break, defying recommendations from the federal government and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over the coronavirus outbreak. National health officials are advising against gatherings of 10 or more…

First Amazon warehouse worker dies of coronavirus

An Amazon operations manager became the first known employee of the e-commerce giant to die of the coronavirus, according to new reports. Gerard Tuzara, 35, who worked at Amazon’s DLA8 facility in Hawthorne, California, died of the illness late last month, The Sun reported. Amazon first confirmed the death in an email to Business Insider. “We are saddened by the passing of a member of…

Nebraska mall plans to reopen amid coronavirus pandemic

A Nebraska outlet mall plans to reopen as the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in the state. The Nebraska Crossing Outlets, located about halfway between Lincoln and Omaha, announced that it aims to reopen on April 24 — when health officials predict cases to peak in the state. Outlet owner Rod Yates said the mall would hold a “soft opening” and could serve…

Coronavirus: How Eyam in Derbyshire 'self-isolated' – BBC News

Newest video updates regarding Coronavirus. Have a look at this “Coronavirus: How Eyam in Derbyshire 'self-isolated' – BBC News” video below: The coronavirus crisis is particularly poignant for the small Derbyshire village of Eyam. Here, more than three centuries ago, residents infected with the Black …..(read more)

Coronavirus cases skyrocket in South Dakota

South Dakota’s coronavirus cases have begun to soar after its governor steadfastly refused to mandate a quarantine. The number of confirmed cases in the state has risen from 129 to 988 since April 1 —  when Gov. Kristi Noem criticized the “draconian measures” of social distancing to stop the spread of the virus in her state. Noem had criticized the quarantine idea as “herd mentality,…

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