‘The rule of thumb that I follow myself, and encourage others to do, is to make sure you’re tested at least once every month,’ Varma said in a press briefing with the mayor. ‘In an ideal world, we would have readily available tests that people could even just get in their homes, but we’re not in that world right now. So about once a month is practical. … [Read more...] about NYC health officials urge residents to get tested for COVID-19 ONCE A MONTH as schools and businesses reopen – but doctors say results already take 14 days and tests should be saved for those who ‘need it most’
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A senior Whitehall source with detailed knowledge of the UK’s response and those of other countries said: “The fact is that those countries who knew a lot about Sars quickly saw the danger. But in the UK the attitude among politicians and also scientists was that it was really just some form of a flu. All the government’s pandemic planning was based on a flu scenario. And then it turned out to be something different and far, far worse and the response was completely inadequate.” … [Read more...] about How did Britain get its coronavirus response so wrong?
'I was ten years old and I can remember it like it was yesterday. We filmed this on the old That's So Raven set and that was when I first met Raven Symone. True dream come true for me and like a fairytale. I hope it makes you laugh like it has mad me hahaha whew!' … [Read more...] about Keke Palmer shares clip from her failed 2005 Disney Channel pilot featuring Vanessa Hudgens
“Communications were considered essential work, but I’m still confused why he wasn’t given any kind of PPE,” added Natalie. “They were sending him into nursing homes where he would be the only one there with no protections. It’s bizarre to me.” … [Read more...] about Family sues Verizon after worker who ‘wasn’t given any PPE’ dies of Covid-19
Yong set out to correct the male-to-female ratio in his work by tracking his progress on a spreadsheet as he hunted for the right people, the right women, to tell his stories. It took him a little more time, he said, roughly an additional 15 minutes searching for interview partners for each piece, but he said it hasn't been hard. After four months of putting in the extra effort, he was able to bring up the share of female voices to 50 percent. … [Read more...] about International Women’s Day: The news media has a woman problem