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Dallas Mayor Taps Former Physician as City’s COVID-19 Health, Healthcare Access Czar

Dallas Mayor Taps Former Physician as City’s COVID-19 Health, Healthcare Access Czar

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson, frustrated by the lack of COVID-19 testing in the city, has named a former physician turned investment advisor as the city’s first H [...] Read full article: Dallas Mayor Taps Former Physician as Ci...→

Dallas Mayor Taps Former Physician as City’s COVID-19 Health, Healthcare Access Czar

Dallas Mayor Taps Former Physician as City’s COVID-19 Health, Healthcare Access Czar

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson, frustrated by the lack of COVID-19 testing in the city, has named a former physician turned investment advisor as the city’s first H [...] Read full article: Dallas Mayor Taps Former Physician as Ci...→

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Another seven people have died in Dallas County after contracting COVID-19, according to county health officials who also reported Thursday 183 new cases of th [...] Read full article: Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-...→

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV ripped Judge Emmet Sullivan as a "political activist judge.""He's a disg [...] Read full article: Without mentioning him by name, former N...→

President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, mayor to Amtrak board following Sen. Durbin’s recommendation

President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, mayor to Amtrak board following Sen. Durbin’s recommendation

Trump also picked Sarah Feinberg for the Amtrak Board. When ex-Mayor Rahm Emanuel was President Obama’s chief of staff, Feinberg was his spokeswoman. Read full article: President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, m...→

Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224 Additional Positive COVID-19 Cases

Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224 Additional Positive COVID-19 Cases

Health officials are reporting another death from the coronavirus and 224 additional positive cases in Dallas.  Read full article: Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224...→

Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio announces COVID-19 heat wave plan - amNewYork

The heat is coming and Mayor Bill de Blasio finally released a plan Friday on how to help New Yorkers stay cool during the city's notoriously sweltering Read full article: Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio anno...→

Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavirus — US is Arsenal of Health in war on COVID-19

Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavirus — US is Arsenal of Health in war on COVID-19

President Trump took decisive action to meet the anticipated demand for ventilators and, in the process, organized an industrial ramp-up the likes of which we [...] Read full article: Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavi...→

Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern Sector Has Same Access To Resources As Other Parts Of City

Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern Sector Has Same Access To Resources As Other Parts Of City

He helped bring a grocery store to an area of south Dallas considered a food desert for many years. Now, developer Terrence Maiden is taking on a new project t [...] Read full article: Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern S...→

McHenry County Board of Health approves new epidemiologist position to help with COVID-19 response

McHenry County Board of Health approves new epidemiologist position to help with COVID-19 response

The McHenry County Board of Health approved a resolution Monday evening to add a new epidemiologist position to the county's staff to help with reporting and s [...] Read full article: McHenry County Board of Health approves ...→

Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare Illness

Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare Illness

A new concern is growing around the U.S. after children who tested positive for COVID-19 or its antibodies have also come down with a rare illness. Read full article: Health Experts Looking Into How Children...→

5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 Cases in Tarrant County, Health Director Says

5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 Cases in Tarrant County, Health Director Says

New coronavirus numbers for Tarrant county were announced at the start of the Tarrant County commissioners meeting. Read full article: 5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 C...→

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

After dropping into the 180s for the last two days, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dallas County again topped 200 on Friday, county health officials say. [...] Read full article: New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb B...→

Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requirement For Face Coverings In City

Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requirement For Face Coverings In City

The order would pertain to "retail stores, hotels, government buildings, schools and universities, recreational facilities, and service centers." Read full article: Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requireme...→

Mayor says Mexico City will begin gradual reopening June 1

Mexico City, one of the world's largest cities and the epicenter of the country's coronavirus epidemic, will begin a gradual reopening June 1, its mayor said W [...] Read full article: Mayor says Mexico City will begin gradua...→

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has called on the state to authorize line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19. Read full article: De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefit...→

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

The teams arrived in the state on Thursday, May 14 and have been working to provide assistance to locations in need. Read full article: CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To ...→

Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Reopens June 1st With COVID-19 Changes

Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Reopens June 1st With COVID-19 Changes

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will reopen on Monday, June 1st with timed ticketing to provide for the health and safety of its guests and employees [...] Read full article: Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Re...→

6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-19, 235 More County Cases

6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-19, 235 More County Cases

Dallas County health officials have reported 235 more cases of COVID-19, along with the deaths of six more city of Dallas residents. Read full article: 6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-1...→

City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard Craft and Team as Culinary Director

City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard Craft and Team as Culinary Director

Yesterday, City Foundry announced a major development in its quest to bring to St. Louis a premier culinary experience: The forthcoming food hall and multi-use [...] Read full article: City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard ...→

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...→

Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Number of New Cases in 9 Days

Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Number of New Cases in 9 Days

One day after tying the single-day high for new cases, Dallas County reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases seen in more than a week along with three [...] Read full article: Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 De...→

Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal COVID-19 Testing This Month

Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal COVID-19 Testing This Month

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is working to secure federally funded COVID-19 testing in the county beyond May 30. Without it, the county will lose the abili [...] Read full article: Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal C...→

Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayor Hancock expected to sign into law

Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayor Hancock expected to sign into law

In the likely event that the new law is enacted, the fees will begin in July, banding Denver with at least 13 other cities in Colorado with similar fees or ban [...] Read full article: Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayo...→

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

Transparency and integrity when it comes to the collection of COVID-19 data is the number one priority of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), accord [...] Read full article: After errors, state health commissioner ...→

COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tourism Turmoil

COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tourism Turmoil

There were 98 events booked for the city of Dallas in 2020 and 31 have cancelled which includes seven citywide events. Read full article: COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tour...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines Dies of COVID-19

NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines Dies of COVID-19

A New York City physician known for his dedication to patient care continued working on the frontlines of the pandemic in an intensive care unit and died from  [...] Read full article: NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines D...→

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness amid COVID-19

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness amid COVID-19

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness; "GMA" is one of the publishers collaborating with Instagram on Guides. Read full article: Instagram launches new tool focused on m...→

Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx. 20% Of COVID-19 Cases Associated With Long-Term Care Facilities

Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx. 20% Of COVID-19 Cases Associated With Long-Term Care Facilities

One of the higher points is a benchmark was reached in testing as nearly 2.5% of the population has been tested, up from 2%. Read full article: Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx....→

Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reopen without COVID-19 'cure': Don't expect us to bail you out

Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reopen without COVID-19 'cure': Don't expect us to bail you out

Sean Hannity warned Los Angles Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday night that if he chooses to keep some coronavirus-induced restrictions in effect until a vaccine is [...] Read full article: Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reop...→

With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Thursday, Dallas County on Pace for Less Deadly Week

With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Thursday, Dallas County on Pace for Less Deadly Week

Even with six more dead and 235 new COVID-19 infections announced Thursday, Dallas County leaders say they're on pace for a less deadly week. Read full article: With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Th...→

Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immunity From COVID-19-Related Lawsuits For Businesses, Health Care Workers

Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immunity From COVID-19-Related Lawsuits For Businesses, Health Care Workers

Some business owners are worried about reopening due to fear of being sued if a customer later gets diagnosed with COVID-19. Texas Sen. John Cornyn is looking [...] Read full article: Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immuni...→

Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisions in Wednesday Meeting

Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisions in Wednesday Meeting

From in-home testing to fever-detecting technology, the city of Dallas has big decisions to make when it comes to tackling the coronavirus. Read full article: Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisi...→

Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 responses put money above health

Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 responses put money above health

Business reopenings should be based on medical science, not bank account size, politics or Twitter temper tantrums. Read full article: Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 response...→

Dallas County Health Department Discourages In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Dallas County Health Department Discourages In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Dallas County health officials are discouraging in-person graduation ceremonies, warning such gatherings increase the risk for potential “mass spread of COVID- [...] Read full article: Dallas County Health Department Discoura...→

Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsider Reopening Plan, Health Care Region Grouping

Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsider Reopening Plan, Health Care Region Grouping

The mayor of suburban Elmhurst has asked Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker to reconsider portions of his plan to reopen Illinois, particularly including the city and [...] Read full article: Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsid...→

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

Transparency and integrity when it comes to the collection of COVID-19 data is the number one priority of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), accord [...] Read full article: After errors, state health commissioner ...→

Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requirement For Face Coverings In City

Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requirement For Face Coverings In City

The order would pertain to "retail stores, hotels, government buildings, schools and universities, recreational facilities, and service centers." Read full article: Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requireme...→

COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tourism Turmoil

COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tourism Turmoil

There were 98 events booked for the city of Dallas in 2020 and 31 have cancelled which includes seven citywide events. Read full article: COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tour...→

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV ripped Judge Emmet Sullivan as a "political activist judge.""He's a disg [...] Read full article: Without mentioning him by name, former N...→

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

The teams arrived in the state on Thursday, May 14 and have been working to provide assistance to locations in need. Read full article: CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To ...→

Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224 Additional Positive COVID-19 Cases

Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224 Additional Positive COVID-19 Cases

Health officials are reporting another death from the coronavirus and 224 additional positive cases in Dallas.  Read full article: Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224...→

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness amid COVID-19

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness amid COVID-19

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness; "GMA" is one of the publishers collaborating with Instagram on Guides. Read full article: Instagram launches new tool focused on m...→

Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio announces COVID-19 heat wave plan - amNewYork

The heat is coming and Mayor Bill de Blasio finally released a plan Friday on how to help New Yorkers stay cool during the city's notoriously sweltering Read full article: Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio anno...→

Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reopen without COVID-19 'cure': Don't expect us to bail you out

Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reopen without COVID-19 'cure': Don't expect us to bail you out

Sean Hannity warned Los Angles Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday night that if he chooses to keep some coronavirus-induced restrictions in effect until a vaccine is [...] Read full article: Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reop...→

6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-19, 235 More County Cases

6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-19, 235 More County Cases

Dallas County health officials have reported 235 more cases of COVID-19, along with the deaths of six more city of Dallas residents. Read full article: 6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-1...→

Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavirus — US is Arsenal of Health in war on COVID-19

Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavirus — US is Arsenal of Health in war on COVID-19

President Trump took decisive action to meet the anticipated demand for ventilators and, in the process, organized an industrial ramp-up the likes of which we [...] Read full article: Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavi...→

Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immunity From COVID-19-Related Lawsuits For Businesses, Health Care Workers

Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immunity From COVID-19-Related Lawsuits For Businesses, Health Care Workers

Some business owners are worried about reopening due to fear of being sued if a customer later gets diagnosed with COVID-19. Texas Sen. John Cornyn is looking [...] Read full article: Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immuni...→

McHenry County Board of Health approves new epidemiologist position to help with COVID-19 response

McHenry County Board of Health approves new epidemiologist position to help with COVID-19 response

The McHenry County Board of Health approved a resolution Monday evening to add a new epidemiologist position to the county's staff to help with reporting and s [...] Read full article: McHenry County Board of Health approves ...→

Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisions in Wednesday Meeting

Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisions in Wednesday Meeting

From in-home testing to fever-detecting technology, the city of Dallas has big decisions to make when it comes to tackling the coronavirus. Read full article: Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisi...→

Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Number of New Cases in 9 Days

Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Number of New Cases in 9 Days

One day after tying the single-day high for new cases, Dallas County reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases seen in more than a week along with three [...] Read full article: Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 De...→

5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 Cases in Tarrant County, Health Director Says

5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 Cases in Tarrant County, Health Director Says

New coronavirus numbers for Tarrant county were announced at the start of the Tarrant County commissioners meeting. Read full article: 5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 C...→

Dallas County Health Department Discourages In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Dallas County Health Department Discourages In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Dallas County health officials are discouraging in-person graduation ceremonies, warning such gatherings increase the risk for potential “mass spread of COVID- [...] Read full article: Dallas County Health Department Discoura...→

Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayor Hancock expected to sign into law

Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayor Hancock expected to sign into law

In the likely event that the new law is enacted, the fees will begin in July, banding Denver with at least 13 other cities in Colorado with similar fees or ban [...] Read full article: Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayo...→

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

After dropping into the 180s for the last two days, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dallas County again topped 200 on Friday, county health officials say. [...] Read full article: New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb B...→

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Another seven people have died in Dallas County after contracting COVID-19, according to county health officials who also reported Thursday 183 new cases of th [...] Read full article: Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-...→

Mayor says Mexico City will begin gradual reopening June 1

Mexico City, one of the world's largest cities and the epicenter of the country's coronavirus epidemic, will begin a gradual reopening June 1, its mayor said W [...] Read full article: Mayor says Mexico City will begin gradua...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has called on the state to authorize line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19. Read full article: De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefit...→

President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, mayor to Amtrak board following Sen. Durbin’s recommendation

President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, mayor to Amtrak board following Sen. Durbin’s recommendation

Trump also picked Sarah Feinberg for the Amtrak Board. When ex-Mayor Rahm Emanuel was President Obama’s chief of staff, Feinberg was his spokeswoman. Read full article: President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, m...→

NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines Dies of COVID-19

NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines Dies of COVID-19

A New York City physician known for his dedication to patient care continued working on the frontlines of the pandemic in an intensive care unit and died from  [...] Read full article: NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines D...→

Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Reopens June 1st With COVID-19 Changes

Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Reopens June 1st With COVID-19 Changes

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will reopen on Monday, June 1st with timed ticketing to provide for the health and safety of its guests and employees [...] Read full article: Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Re...→

Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx. 20% Of COVID-19 Cases Associated With Long-Term Care Facilities

Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx. 20% Of COVID-19 Cases Associated With Long-Term Care Facilities

One of the higher points is a benchmark was reached in testing as nearly 2.5% of the population has been tested, up from 2%. Read full article: Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx....→

With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Thursday, Dallas County on Pace for Less Deadly Week

With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Thursday, Dallas County on Pace for Less Deadly Week

Even with six more dead and 235 new COVID-19 infections announced Thursday, Dallas County leaders say they're on pace for a less deadly week. Read full article: With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Th...→

City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard Craft and Team as Culinary Director

City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard Craft and Team as Culinary Director

Yesterday, City Foundry announced a major development in its quest to bring to St. Louis a premier culinary experience: The forthcoming food hall and multi-use [...] Read full article: City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard ...→

Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern Sector Has Same Access To Resources As Other Parts Of City

Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern Sector Has Same Access To Resources As Other Parts Of City

He helped bring a grocery store to an area of south Dallas considered a food desert for many years. Now, developer Terrence Maiden is taking on a new project t [...] Read full article: Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern S...→

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...→

Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare Illness

Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare Illness

A new concern is growing around the U.S. after children who tested positive for COVID-19 or its antibodies have also come down with a rare illness. Read full article: Health Experts Looking Into How Children...→

Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 responses put money above health

Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 responses put money above health

Business reopenings should be based on medical science, not bank account size, politics or Twitter temper tantrums. Read full article: Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 response...→

Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal COVID-19 Testing This Month

Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal COVID-19 Testing This Month

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is working to secure federally funded COVID-19 testing in the county beyond May 30. Without it, the county will lose the abili [...] Read full article: Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal C...→

Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsider Reopening Plan, Health Care Region Grouping

Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsider Reopening Plan, Health Care Region Grouping

The mayor of suburban Elmhurst has asked Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker to reconsider portions of his plan to reopen Illinois, particularly including the city and [...] Read full article: Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsid...→

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

After dropping into the 180s for the last two days, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dallas County again topped 200 on Friday, county health officials say. [...] Read full article: New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb B...→

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

Transparency and integrity when it comes to the collection of COVID-19 data is the number one priority of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), accord [...] Read full article: After errors, state health commissioner ...→

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Another seven people have died in Dallas County after contracting COVID-19, according to county health officials who also reported Thursday 183 new cases of th [...] Read full article: Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-...→

Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requirement For Face Coverings In City

Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requirement For Face Coverings In City

The order would pertain to "retail stores, hotels, government buildings, schools and universities, recreational facilities, and service centers." Read full article: Minneapolis Mayor Frey To Sign Requireme...→

Mayor says Mexico City will begin gradual reopening June 1

Mexico City, one of the world's largest cities and the epicenter of the country's coronavirus epidemic, will begin a gradual reopening June 1, its mayor said W [...] Read full article: Mayor says Mexico City will begin gradua...→

COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tourism Turmoil

COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tourism Turmoil

There were 98 events booked for the city of Dallas in 2020 and 31 have cancelled which includes seven citywide events. Read full article: COVID-19 Cancellations Cause Dallas Tour...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV ripped Judge Emmet Sullivan as a "political activist judge.""He's a disg [...] Read full article: Without mentioning him by name, former N...→

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has called on the state to authorize line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19. Read full article: De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefit...→

President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, mayor to Amtrak board following Sen. Durbin’s recommendation

President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, mayor to Amtrak board following Sen. Durbin’s recommendation

Trump also picked Sarah Feinberg for the Amtrak Board. When ex-Mayor Rahm Emanuel was President Obama’s chief of staff, Feinberg was his spokeswoman. Read full article: President Trump taps Normal, Illinois, m...→

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

The teams arrived in the state on Thursday, May 14 and have been working to provide assistance to locations in need. Read full article: CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To ...→

NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines Dies of COVID-19

NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines Dies of COVID-19

A New York City physician known for his dedication to patient care continued working on the frontlines of the pandemic in an intensive care unit and died from  [...] Read full article: NYC Physician Who Worked on Frontlines D...→

Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224 Additional Positive COVID-19 Cases

Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224 Additional Positive COVID-19 Cases

Health officials are reporting another death from the coronavirus and 224 additional positive cases in Dallas.  Read full article: Dallas County Reports Another Death, 224...→

Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Reopens June 1st With COVID-19 Changes

Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Reopens June 1st With COVID-19 Changes

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will reopen on Monday, June 1st with timed ticketing to provide for the health and safety of its guests and employees [...] Read full article: Dallas Arboretum And Botanical Garden Re...→

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness amid COVID-19

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness amid COVID-19

Instagram launches new tool focused on mental health, wellness; "GMA" is one of the publishers collaborating with Instagram on Guides. Read full article: Instagram launches new tool focused on m...→

Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx. 20% Of COVID-19 Cases Associated With Long-Term Care Facilities

Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx. 20% Of COVID-19 Cases Associated With Long-Term Care Facilities

One of the higher points is a benchmark was reached in testing as nearly 2.5% of the population has been tested, up from 2%. Read full article: Hillsborough County Health Dept: Approx....→

Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio announces COVID-19 heat wave plan - amNewYork

The heat is coming and Mayor Bill de Blasio finally released a plan Friday on how to help New Yorkers stay cool during the city's notoriously sweltering Read full article: Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio anno...→

Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reopen without COVID-19 'cure': Don't expect us to bail you out

Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reopen without COVID-19 'cure': Don't expect us to bail you out

Sean Hannity warned Los Angles Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday night that if he chooses to keep some coronavirus-induced restrictions in effect until a vaccine is [...] Read full article: Hannity warns mayor who won't fully reop...→

6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-19, 235 More County Cases

6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-19, 235 More County Cases

Dallas County health officials have reported 235 more cases of COVID-19, along with the deaths of six more city of Dallas residents. Read full article: 6 More Dallas Residents Die From COVID-1...→

With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Thursday, Dallas County on Pace for Less Deadly Week

With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Thursday, Dallas County on Pace for Less Deadly Week

Even with six more dead and 235 new COVID-19 infections announced Thursday, Dallas County leaders say they're on pace for a less deadly week. Read full article: With 6 Deaths, 235 New COVID-19 Cases Th...→

Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavirus — US is Arsenal of Health in war on COVID-19

Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavirus — US is Arsenal of Health in war on COVID-19

President Trump took decisive action to meet the anticipated demand for ventilators and, in the process, organized an industrial ramp-up the likes of which we [...] Read full article: Robert O'Brien: Ventilators for coronavi...→

City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard Craft and Team as Culinary Director

City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard Craft and Team as Culinary Director

Yesterday, City Foundry announced a major development in its quest to bring to St. Louis a premier culinary experience: The forthcoming food hall and multi-use [...] Read full article: City Foundry Taps Acclaimed Chef Gerard ...→

Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immunity From COVID-19-Related Lawsuits For Businesses, Health Care Workers

Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immunity From COVID-19-Related Lawsuits For Businesses, Health Care Workers

Some business owners are worried about reopening due to fear of being sued if a customer later gets diagnosed with COVID-19. Texas Sen. John Cornyn is looking [...] Read full article: Sen. John Cornyn Drafting Bill On Immuni...→

Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern Sector Has Same Access To Resources As Other Parts Of City

Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern Sector Has Same Access To Resources As Other Parts Of City

He helped bring a grocery store to an area of south Dallas considered a food desert for many years. Now, developer Terrence Maiden is taking on a new project t [...] Read full article: Developer Making Sure Dallas' Southern S...→

McHenry County Board of Health approves new epidemiologist position to help with COVID-19 response

McHenry County Board of Health approves new epidemiologist position to help with COVID-19 response

The McHenry County Board of Health approved a resolution Monday evening to add a new epidemiologist position to the county's staff to help with reporting and s [...] Read full article: McHenry County Board of Health approves ...→

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...→

Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisions in Wednesday Meeting

Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisions in Wednesday Meeting

From in-home testing to fever-detecting technology, the city of Dallas has big decisions to make when it comes to tackling the coronavirus. Read full article: Dallas City Council to Tackle Big Decisi...→

Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare Illness

Health Experts Looking Into How Children Who Test Positive For COVID-19 Are Also Coming Down With Rare Illness

A new concern is growing around the U.S. after children who tested positive for COVID-19 or its antibodies have also come down with a rare illness. Read full article: Health Experts Looking Into How Children...→

Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Number of New Cases in 9 Days

Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Number of New Cases in 9 Days

One day after tying the single-day high for new cases, Dallas County reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases seen in more than a week along with three [...] Read full article: Dallas County Records 3 More COVID-19 De...→

Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 responses put money above health

Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 responses put money above health

Business reopenings should be based on medical science, not bank account size, politics or Twitter temper tantrums. Read full article: Editorial: Musk, Trump COVID-19 response...→

5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 Cases in Tarrant County, Health Director Says

5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 Cases in Tarrant County, Health Director Says

New coronavirus numbers for Tarrant county were announced at the start of the Tarrant County commissioners meeting. Read full article: 5 New Deaths, 67 New Cases of COVID-19 C...→

Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal COVID-19 Testing This Month

Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal COVID-19 Testing This Month

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is working to secure federally funded COVID-19 testing in the county beyond May 30. Without it, the county will lose the abili [...] Read full article: Dallas County May Lose Crucial Federal C...→

Dallas County Health Department Discourages In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Dallas County Health Department Discourages In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

Dallas County health officials are discouraging in-person graduation ceremonies, warning such gatherings increase the risk for potential “mass spread of COVID- [...] Read full article: Dallas County Health Department Discoura...→

Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayor Hancock expected to sign into law

Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayor Hancock expected to sign into law

In the likely event that the new law is enacted, the fees will begin in July, banding Denver with at least 13 other cities in Colorado with similar fees or ban [...] Read full article: Denver City Council passes bag fee, Mayo...→

Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsider Reopening Plan, Health Care Region Grouping

Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsider Reopening Plan, Health Care Region Grouping

The mayor of suburban Elmhurst has asked Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker to reconsider portions of his plan to reopen Illinois, particularly including the city and [...] Read full article: Elmhurst Mayor Asks Pritzker to Reconsid...→