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City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

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A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Mexican nurses on coronavirus front lines targeted in 'virtual kidnapping,' extortion plot: officials

Mexican nurses on coronavirus front lines targeted in 'virtual kidnapping,' extortion plot: officials

Fourteen healthcare workers who had come to Mexico City, the worst-hit part of the country by the coronavirus pandemic, suffered a so-called “virtual kidnappin [...] Read full article: Mexican nurses on coronavirus front line...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ice arena on thin ice | WTOP

The construction of a new $25 million ice arena in Bowie could be on thin ice because of the costs associated with coronavirus in the Maryland city. Read full article: Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ic...→

Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In North Philly Arson

Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In North Philly Arson

Surveillance video shows the suspect on the 2700 block of North 22nd Street in North Philadelphia around 5:15 a.m. on May 6.  Read full article: Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspec...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

CDC guidance shelved by Trump administration officials stressed plans for coronavirus resurgences, documents show

CDC guidance shelved by Trump administration officials stressed plans for coronavirus resurgences, documents show

The documents show how the thinking of the CDC experts differs from those in the White House managing the pandemic response. Read full article: CDC guidance shelved by Trump administra...→

Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state's coronavirus toll

Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state's coronavirus toll

Indiana health officials have reported an additional 38 confirmed or presumed coronavirus-related deaths, raising the statewide death toll from the pandemic to [...] Read full article: Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state...→

Officials seeing increased travel as coronavirus ‘quarantine fatigue’ sets in

Officials seeing increased travel as coronavirus ‘quarantine fatigue’ sets in

It will still be at least a week until Massachusetts starts to reopen the businesses it ordered closed in late March, but residents are starting to get out and [...] Read full article: Officials seeing increased travel as cor...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

While health officials and city leaders continue to battle the coronavirus outbreak, another battle is taking place on the streets of Philadelphia as shootings [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney W...→

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

A number of hospitals in Mexico City are reaching their maximum capacities, with some facilities being forced to turn patients away over the weekend, according [...] Read full article: Hospitals treating coronavirus patients ...→

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

The hospital's workers, from doctors and nurses to the facilities and food service teams, will receive round trip flights and three-night hotel stays. Read full article: Staff of New York City hospital surprise...→

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

Marketing savy New York City drug dealers have seized on the COVID-19 pandemic, selling heroin in glassine packets stamped with the word “Coronavirus” next to [...] Read full article: 'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York ...→

Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch South America ahead of possible coronavirus 'second wave'

Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch South America ahead of possible coronavirus 'second wave'

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday that U.S. officials should keep an eye on the spread of coronavirus in South A [...] Read full article: Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch ...→

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Attorneys general for 34 states and territories asked Congress on Tuesday to include protections in its coronavirus relief plans for banks that service legal m [...] Read full article: Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congres...→

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

COVID-19 was already spreading through cells at city jails when officials released more than 1,500 inmates for their safety. They went home without knowing if [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphi...→

Normal Rates to Return in June to Philadelphia Parking Authority Garages in Center City

Normal Rates to Return in June to Philadelphia Parking Authority Garages in Center City

Normal rates will return to Center City parking garages operated by the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) starting Monday, June 1. Read full article: Normal Rates to Return in June to Philad...→

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Read the full report from Carly Behm here.... She joined more than 5,000 UIC students — and tens of thousands more at other Illinois schools — left with no cho [...] Read full article: Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ ...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

A recent Ipsos survey found that 32% of Americans have witnessed someone blaming people of Asian descent for the virus. Read full article: Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Ame...→

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

The CIA believes China tried to prevent the World Health Organization from warning other countries about the novel coronavirus outbreak in January as it worked [...] Read full article: China put pressure on WHO to scale back ...→

City officials propose to open NYC streets to pedestrians, restaurants

City officials propose to open NYC streets to pedestrians, restaurants

As New York prepares to slowly reopen region-by-region, several city officials proposed to use streets, curbs and sidewalks for businesses to open up for socia [...] Read full article: City officials propose to open NYC stree...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Social distancing restrictions may be loosening around the country, but health officials are warning we may not be completely out of the woods yet. We’ve got e [...] Read full article: Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice C...→

Fauci, other health officials to testify before Senate panel via videoconference amid coronavirus concerns

Fauci, other health officials to testify before Senate panel via videoconference amid coronavirus concerns

Dr. Anthony Fauci and other public health officials will testify this week before a key Senate committee via videoconference due to the threats posed by the no [...] Read full article: Fauci, other health officials to testify...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

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Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

New Jersey salon owner sets own reopening date in defiance of Gov. Murphy’s coronavirus restrictions

New Jersey salon owner sets own reopening date in defiance of Gov. Murphy’s coronavirus restrictions

A New Jersey salon owner, whose business has been shuttered for nearly two months, says he’s “had enough” and plans on reopening June 1 despite Gov. Phil Murph [...] Read full article: New Jersey salon owner sets own reopenin...→

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The number of COVID-19 cases in the state is has topped 61,000 as the death toll climbed above 4,400. In Philadelphia, 257 additional c [...] Read full article: Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylva...→

Health officials announce 110 new coronavirus-related deaths in Mass., bringing death toll to 5,592 with 82,182 confirmed cases

Health officials announce 110 new coronavirus-related deaths in Mass., bringing death toll to 5,592 with 82,182 confirmed cases

BOSTON (WHDH) – There are now 83,421 confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts, up from 82,182 cases on Thursday, health officials announced Friday and 5,59 [...] Read full article: Health officials announce 110 new corona...→

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS will soon open nine drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in Pennsylvania, including one in Philadelphia, the company announced Thursday. Read full article: CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Tes...→

Oakland police suspend sex-offender registrations during coronavirus pandemic, officials say

Oakland police suspend sex-offender registrations during coronavirus pandemic, officials say

Due to the threat from the coronavirus, the Oakland Police Department has closed its registry unit where many of the city’s sex offenders are required to check [...] Read full article: Oakland police suspend sex-offender regi...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mexico threaten a relapse in southern California, health officials warn

Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mexico threaten a relapse in southern California, health officials warn

As California begins to etch open its economy after almost two months in lockdown, an inflow of coronavirus cases south of the border – where the illness is ye [...] Read full article: Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mex...→

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Attorneys general for 34 states and territories asked Congress on Tuesday to include protections in its coronavirus relief plans for banks that service legal m [...] Read full article: Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congres...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

Normal Rates to Return in June to Philadelphia Parking Authority Garages in Center City

Normal Rates to Return in June to Philadelphia Parking Authority Garages in Center City

Normal rates will return to Center City parking garages operated by the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) starting Monday, June 1. Read full article: Normal Rates to Return in June to Philad...→

Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ice arena on thin ice | WTOP

The construction of a new $25 million ice arena in Bowie could be on thin ice because of the costs associated with coronavirus in the Maryland city. Read full article: Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ic...→

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The number of COVID-19 cases in the state is has topped 61,000 as the death toll climbed above 4,400. In Philadelphia, 257 additional c [...] Read full article: Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylva...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In North Philly Arson

Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In North Philly Arson

Surveillance video shows the suspect on the 2700 block of North 22nd Street in North Philadelphia around 5:15 a.m. on May 6.  Read full article: Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspec...→

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS will soon open nine drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in Pennsylvania, including one in Philadelphia, the company announced Thursday. Read full article: CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Tes...→

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

A recent Ipsos survey found that 32% of Americans have witnessed someone blaming people of Asian descent for the virus. Read full article: Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Ame...→

City officials propose to open NYC streets to pedestrians, restaurants

City officials propose to open NYC streets to pedestrians, restaurants

As New York prepares to slowly reopen region-by-region, several city officials proposed to use streets, curbs and sidewalks for businesses to open up for socia [...] Read full article: City officials propose to open NYC stree...→

CDC guidance shelved by Trump administration officials stressed plans for coronavirus resurgences, documents show

CDC guidance shelved by Trump administration officials stressed plans for coronavirus resurgences, documents show

The documents show how the thinking of the CDC experts differs from those in the White House managing the pandemic response. Read full article: CDC guidance shelved by Trump administra...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Officials seeing increased travel as coronavirus ‘quarantine fatigue’ sets in

Officials seeing increased travel as coronavirus ‘quarantine fatigue’ sets in

It will still be at least a week until Massachusetts starts to reopen the businesses it ordered closed in late March, but residents are starting to get out and [...] Read full article: Officials seeing increased travel as cor...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

A number of hospitals in Mexico City are reaching their maximum capacities, with some facilities being forced to turn patients away over the weekend, according [...] Read full article: Hospitals treating coronavirus patients ...→

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

Fauci, other health officials to testify before Senate panel via videoconference amid coronavirus concerns

Fauci, other health officials to testify before Senate panel via videoconference amid coronavirus concerns

Dr. Anthony Fauci and other public health officials will testify this week before a key Senate committee via videoconference due to the threats posed by the no [...] Read full article: Fauci, other health officials to testify...→

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

Marketing savy New York City drug dealers have seized on the COVID-19 pandemic, selling heroin in glassine packets stamped with the word “Coronavirus” next to [...] Read full article: 'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York ...→

Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch South America ahead of possible coronavirus 'second wave'

Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch South America ahead of possible coronavirus 'second wave'

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday that U.S. officials should keep an eye on the spread of coronavirus in South A [...] Read full article: Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch ...→

Mexican nurses on coronavirus front lines targeted in 'virtual kidnapping,' extortion plot: officials

Mexican nurses on coronavirus front lines targeted in 'virtual kidnapping,' extortion plot: officials

Fourteen healthcare workers who had come to Mexico City, the worst-hit part of the country by the coronavirus pandemic, suffered a so-called “virtual kidnappin [...] Read full article: Mexican nurses on coronavirus front line...→

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

"You can study a pandemic till you’re blue in the face, but you never know what it’s going to be like until it happens." Read full article: 16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelp...→

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

COVID-19 was already spreading through cells at city jails when officials released more than 1,500 inmates for their safety. They went home without knowing if [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphi...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

New Jersey salon owner sets own reopening date in defiance of Gov. Murphy’s coronavirus restrictions

New Jersey salon owner sets own reopening date in defiance of Gov. Murphy’s coronavirus restrictions

A New Jersey salon owner, whose business has been shuttered for nearly two months, says he’s “had enough” and plans on reopening June 1 despite Gov. Phil Murph [...] Read full article: New Jersey salon owner sets own reopenin...→

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Read the full report from Carly Behm here.... She joined more than 5,000 UIC students — and tens of thousands more at other Illinois schools — left with no cho [...] Read full article: Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ ...→

Health officials announce 110 new coronavirus-related deaths in Mass., bringing death toll to 5,592 with 82,182 confirmed cases

Health officials announce 110 new coronavirus-related deaths in Mass., bringing death toll to 5,592 with 82,182 confirmed cases

BOSTON (WHDH) – There are now 83,421 confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts, up from 82,182 cases on Thursday, health officials announced Friday and 5,59 [...] Read full article: Health officials announce 110 new corona...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Oakland police suspend sex-offender registrations during coronavirus pandemic, officials say

Oakland police suspend sex-offender registrations during coronavirus pandemic, officials say

Due to the threat from the coronavirus, the Oakland Police Department has closed its registry unit where many of the city’s sex offenders are required to check [...] Read full article: Oakland police suspend sex-offender regi...→

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

The CIA believes China tried to prevent the World Health Organization from warning other countries about the novel coronavirus outbreak in January as it worked [...] Read full article: China put pressure on WHO to scale back ...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state's coronavirus toll

Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state's coronavirus toll

Indiana health officials have reported an additional 38 confirmed or presumed coronavirus-related deaths, raising the statewide death toll from the pandemic to [...] Read full article: Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

While health officials and city leaders continue to battle the coronavirus outbreak, another battle is taking place on the streets of Philadelphia as shootings [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney W...→

Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mexico threaten a relapse in southern California, health officials warn

Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mexico threaten a relapse in southern California, health officials warn

As California begins to etch open its economy after almost two months in lockdown, an inflow of coronavirus cases south of the border – where the illness is ye [...] Read full article: Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mex...→

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Social distancing restrictions may be loosening around the country, but health officials are warning we may not be completely out of the woods yet. We’ve got e [...] Read full article: Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice C...→

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

The hospital's workers, from doctors and nurses to the facilities and food service teams, will receive round trip flights and three-night hotel stays. Read full article: Staff of New York City hospital surprise...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch South America ahead of possible coronavirus 'second wave'

Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch South America ahead of possible coronavirus 'second wave'

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday that U.S. officials should keep an eye on the spread of coronavirus in South A [...] Read full article: Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch ...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Mexican nurses on coronavirus front lines targeted in 'virtual kidnapping,' extortion plot: officials

Mexican nurses on coronavirus front lines targeted in 'virtual kidnapping,' extortion plot: officials

Fourteen healthcare workers who had come to Mexico City, the worst-hit part of the country by the coronavirus pandemic, suffered a so-called “virtual kidnappin [...] Read full article: Mexican nurses on coronavirus front line...→

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congress: Put marijuana banking protections into coronavirus bill

Attorneys general for 34 states and territories asked Congress on Tuesday to include protections in its coronavirus relief plans for banks that service legal m [...] Read full article: Bipartisan group of state AGs to Congres...→

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelphia health department's war on the coronavirus

"You can study a pandemic till you’re blue in the face, but you never know what it’s going to be like until it happens." Read full article: 16 weeks of crisis: Inside the Philadelp...→

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphia Jails Left Community at Risk

COVID-19 was already spreading through cells at city jails when officials released more than 1,500 inmates for their safety. They went home without knowing if [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing Delay at Philadelphi...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Normal Rates to Return in June to Philadelphia Parking Authority Garages in Center City

Normal Rates to Return in June to Philadelphia Parking Authority Garages in Center City

Normal rates will return to Center City parking garages operated by the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) starting Monday, June 1. Read full article: Normal Rates to Return in June to Philad...→

New Jersey salon owner sets own reopening date in defiance of Gov. Murphy’s coronavirus restrictions

New Jersey salon owner sets own reopening date in defiance of Gov. Murphy’s coronavirus restrictions

A New Jersey salon owner, whose business has been shuttered for nearly two months, says he’s “had enough” and plans on reopening June 1 despite Gov. Phil Murph [...] Read full article: New Jersey salon owner sets own reopenin...→

Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ice arena on thin ice | WTOP

The construction of a new $25 million ice arena in Bowie could be on thin ice because of the costs associated with coronavirus in the Maryland city. Read full article: Coronavirus costs may put Bowie’s new ic...→

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Read the full report from Carly Behm here.... She joined more than 5,000 UIC students — and tens of thousands more at other Illinois schools — left with no cho [...] Read full article: Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ ...→

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylvania Tops 61,000 While Philadelphia Cases Show 'Signs Of Progress'

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The number of COVID-19 cases in the state is has topped 61,000 as the death toll climbed above 4,400. In Philadelphia, 257 additional c [...] Read full article: Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Pennsylva...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

Health officials announce 110 new coronavirus-related deaths in Mass., bringing death toll to 5,592 with 82,182 confirmed cases

Health officials announce 110 new coronavirus-related deaths in Mass., bringing death toll to 5,592 with 82,182 confirmed cases

BOSTON (WHDH) – There are now 83,421 confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts, up from 82,182 cases on Thursday, health officials announced Friday and 5,59 [...] Read full article: Health officials announce 110 new corona...→

Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In North Philly Arson

Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In North Philly Arson

Surveillance video shows the suspect on the 2700 block of North 22nd Street in North Philadelphia around 5:15 a.m. on May 6.  Read full article: Philadelphia Police Searching For Suspec...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Sites in Pennsylvania, Including in Philadelphia

CVS will soon open nine drive-thru coronavirus testing sites in Pennsylvania, including one in Philadelphia, the company announced Thursday. Read full article: CVS Opening 9 Drive-Thru Coronavirus Tes...→

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Spike In Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic

A recent Ipsos survey found that 32% of Americans have witnessed someone blaming people of Asian descent for the virus. Read full article: Officials: Hate Crimes Against Asian Ame...→

Oakland police suspend sex-offender registrations during coronavirus pandemic, officials say

Oakland police suspend sex-offender registrations during coronavirus pandemic, officials say

Due to the threat from the coronavirus, the Oakland Police Department has closed its registry unit where many of the city’s sex offenders are required to check [...] Read full article: Oakland police suspend sex-offender regi...→

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

China put pressure on WHO to scale back coronavirus warning to stockpile supplies, CIA believes: report

The CIA believes China tried to prevent the World Health Organization from warning other countries about the novel coronavirus outbreak in January as it worked [...] Read full article: China put pressure on WHO to scale back ...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

City officials propose to open NYC streets to pedestrians, restaurants

City officials propose to open NYC streets to pedestrians, restaurants

As New York prepares to slowly reopen region-by-region, several city officials proposed to use streets, curbs and sidewalks for businesses to open up for socia [...] Read full article: City officials propose to open NYC stree...→

CDC guidance shelved by Trump administration officials stressed plans for coronavirus resurgences, documents show

CDC guidance shelved by Trump administration officials stressed plans for coronavirus resurgences, documents show

The documents show how the thinking of the CDC experts differs from those in the White House managing the pandemic response. Read full article: CDC guidance shelved by Trump administra...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state's coronavirus toll

Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state's coronavirus toll

Indiana health officials have reported an additional 38 confirmed or presumed coronavirus-related deaths, raising the statewide death toll from the pandemic to [...] Read full article: Indiana officials add 38 deaths to state...→

Officials seeing increased travel as coronavirus ‘quarantine fatigue’ sets in

Officials seeing increased travel as coronavirus ‘quarantine fatigue’ sets in

It will still be at least a week until Massachusetts starts to reopen the businesses it ordered closed in late March, but residents are starting to get out and [...] Read full article: Officials seeing increased travel as cor...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney Wishes 'People Would Put Aside Their Beefs' As Shootings Rise During Pandemic

While health officials and city leaders continue to battle the coronavirus outbreak, another battle is taking place on the streets of Philadelphia as shootings [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Mayor Kenney W...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mexico threaten a relapse in southern California, health officials warn

Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mexico threaten a relapse in southern California, health officials warn

As California begins to etch open its economy after almost two months in lockdown, an inflow of coronavirus cases south of the border – where the illness is ye [...] Read full article: Rising coronavirus cases coming from Mex...→

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

A number of hospitals in Mexico City are reaching their maximum capacities, with some facilities being forced to turn patients away over the weekend, according [...] Read full article: Hospitals treating coronavirus patients ...→

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice Calling For People To Come Out And Play In Middle Of Night Could Be Coronavirus

Social distancing restrictions may be loosening around the country, but health officials are warning we may not be completely out of the woods yet. We’ve got e [...] Read full article: Health Officials Warn Mysterious Voice C...→

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From Pennsylvania' In Ocean City As Beaches, Boardwalk Partially Reopens

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Chuck Bangle says people are already in Ocean City as beaches reopen for recreational activities. Read full article: Coronavirus: 'No Shortage Of People From...→

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

Staff of New York City hospital surprised with free vacations as thanks for tirelessly fighting coronavirus

The hospital's workers, from doctors and nurses to the facilities and food service teams, will receive round trip flights and three-night hotel stays. Read full article: Staff of New York City hospital surprise...→

Fauci, other health officials to testify before Senate panel via videoconference amid coronavirus concerns

Fauci, other health officials to testify before Senate panel via videoconference amid coronavirus concerns

Dr. Anthony Fauci and other public health officials will testify this week before a key Senate committee via videoconference due to the threats posed by the no [...] Read full article: Fauci, other health officials to testify...→

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York City drug bust

Marketing savy New York City drug dealers have seized on the COVID-19 pandemic, selling heroin in glassine packets stamped with the word “Coronavirus” next to [...] Read full article: 'Coronavirus' heroin seized in New York ...→