NYPD is forced to BEG the government for masks after 1,400 officers are struck down with coronavirus - while the White House dubs its response 'Operation Blue Bloods' and then BOASTS about it in a press conference The NYPD was forced to beg the government to send more masks for officers, only for the White House to turn it into a publicity stunt with the catchy name 'Operation Blue Bloods' and boast about its own response. … [Read more...] about ‘It’s a joke’: NYC health execs express fury that 1,000 bed USNS Comfort has only 20 patients on board because of red tape, while cornavirus crisis rages in NYC with 51,809 cases and 1,562 deaths
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For this reason, a JAMA study published this month still contended that people without symptoms should not wear surgical masks, because there is not proof the gear will protect them from infection - although they may keep people who are coughing and sneezing from infecting others. … [Read more...] about Dr Fauci says there should be a federally mandated stay-at-home order as CDC advice for ALL Americans to wear cloth masks outdoors will ‘come soon’
On Wednesday, PHE began carrying out enhanced monitoring of direct flights from China. On Thursday, Hancock told the Commons the UK was one of a few countries to have developed a test for the latest coronavirus, so any suspected case could be diagnosed quickly. However, the symptoms do not develop for five to seven days, and sometimes even up to 14, meaning the virus can circulate undetected. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: UK universities issue quarantine warning to Chinese students
Taskmaster: She posted a photo last week of herself on a walk with Hank, 10, and Alijah, five. 'You know you’re taking this homeschool seriously when they ask for a half day,' she joked … [Read more...] about Kendra Wilkinson is joined by a male friend for a trip to the grocery store… as she tries to follow new CDC guidelines by wearing a mask in public
China’s neighbours have watched with growing alarm as Beijing has used maritime vessels, often setting out from Hainan, to harass and intimidate the far smaller rival claimants whose littoral territories both enclose the South China Sea and lend it definition. Recently, for example, China sent a large flotilla of ships close to the shores of Vietnam as it deployed a billion-dollar oil rig that an official of the China National Offshore Oil Corporation described as “our national mobile territory”, while it made a show of prospecting for crude in deep water. As it did so, China kept a collection of much smaller, protesting Vietnamese vessels at bay by blasting them with massive water cannons powerful enough to sink many ships. At other locations, not far away, Chinese ships have intercepted vessels from the Philippines – sometimes by deliberately ramming them – to stop them from resupplying troops who guard disputed coral reefs that lie several times closer … [Read more...] about What’s behind Beijing’s drive to control the South China Sea?