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Coronavirus updates: Hospitalizations hit record for 17th straight day; Oregon gym fined $90K for disobeying state ‘freeze’; 263K US deaths

November 27th, 2020
Coronavirus updates: Hospitalizations hit record for 17th straight day; Oregon gym fined $90K for disobeying state ‘freeze’; 263K US deaths

CLOSE Millions of Americans are taking to the skies and highways ahead of the Thanksgiving day holiday, posing a risk of a major virus spread around the country. The CDC is asking Americans to limit travel and stay at home this holiday season. (Nov. 25) AP DomesticA national surge in COVID-19 cases continues as the United States recorded its 13 millionth case on Black Friday, a day typically marked by crowds of bargain hunters. This year, however, many shoppers across the country turned to online deals, keeping crowds thin.Even so, experts worried that testing disruptions over the holiday will... Read More

Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson tests positive for coronavirus, according to report

November 26th, 2020
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson tests positive for coronavirus, according to report

Chris Bumbaca, USA TODAY Published 7:57 p.m. ET Nov. 26, 2020 | Updated 8:40 a.m. ET Nov. 27, 2020CLOSE What I’m Hearing: Mike Jones was on hand for a playoffs rematch between the Ravens and Titans and saw what seems to be two teams trending in very different directions. USA TODAYBaltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has tested positive for coronavirus.A person with knowledge of the situation confirmed Jackson’s positive COVID-19 test to USA TODAY Sports’ Mike Jones. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the issue.NFL Network was... Read More

Rat nests, dead batteries and brittle wipers: Letting your car sit idle during the pandemic can cause a host of pricey problems

November 24th, 2020
Rat nests, dead batteries and brittle wipers: Letting your car sit idle during the pandemic can cause a host of pricey problems

Nathan Bomey, USA TODAY Published 12:01 a.m. ET Nov. 25, 2020 | Updated 4:16 p.m. ET Nov. 27, 2020CLOSE With so many of us staying home during the coronavirus pandemic, our cars are running a lot less than usual. Here are five easy tips to keep them reliable. USA TODAYHas your car been sitting in the garage, on the street, or in the parking lot for the last eight months?Time to take it out for a ride. The pandemic has forced millions of Americans to work from home, while many have lost their jobs and still others are trying to stay safe by not hitting the road.But our vehicles are still aging... Read More

Wisconsin sets new record for coronavirus deaths

November 24th, 2020
Wisconsin sets new record for coronavirus deaths

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers begged people to skip Thanksgiving celebrations with anyone from outside their households as the state set a new record for COVID-19 deaths. (Nov. 24)AP Continue To Full Article  Read More

Fauci underscores vaccine safety amid virus surge

November 19th, 2020
Fauci underscores vaccine safety amid virus surge

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideThe nation’s top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Thursday that “he wants to settle” concerns about a coronavirus vaccine as he returns to the White House podium for the first time in months. (Nov. 19)AP Continue To Full Article  Read More

Pence on virus: US ‘has never been more prepared’

November 19th, 2020
Pence on virus: US ‘has never been more prepared’

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideVice President Mike Pence offered an upbeat assessment of the coronavirus situation in the U.S., despite a surge in cases, hospitalizations and more than 250,000 deaths. He spoke at the first coronavirus task force briefing in months. (Nov. 19)AP Continue To Full Article  Read More

Nursing home neglect deaths up in COVID shadow

November 19th, 2020
Nursing home neglect deaths up in COVID shadow

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideMore than 90,000 long-term care residents have died of the coronavirus in the United States. But experts say tens of thousands more have died from neglect and sorrow related to the pandemic.  (Nov. 19)AP Continue To Full Article  Read More

NYC schools to close again after virus uptick

November 18th, 2020
NYC schools to close again after virus uptick

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideNew York City’s mayor says he’s shuttering schools to try to stop the renewed spread of the coronavirus. It’s a painful about-face for one of the first big U.S. school systems to bring students back to classrooms this fall. (Nov. 18)AP Continue To Full Article  Read More

NYC schools to close again as city fights virus

November 18th, 2020
NYC schools to close again as city fights virus

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideNew York City is shuttering schools to try to stop the renewed spread of the coronavirus, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday, in a painful about-face for one of the first big U.S. school systems to bring students back to classrooms this fall. (Nov. 18)AP Continue To Full Article  Read More

Where we’re at in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine

November 17th, 2020
Where we’re at in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine

Skip to main content HomeCoronavirus Updates2020 Election ResultsElectionsNationWorldPoliticsFactcheckEducationInvestigationsHealthWeatherRace in AmericaImpeachmentJust the FAQsTracking 2020Register to VoteVoter GuideThere are almost a dozen coronavirus vaccines in final-stage testing, with Moderna and Pfizer showing promising preliminary results. Scientists welcome the crowded field because different types of vaccines will be needed to meet global demand. (Nov. 17)AP Continue To Full Article  Read More