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First Covid-19 Reinfection Death Recorded In Netherlands

First Covid-19 Reinfection Death Recorded In Netherlands

BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Oct 13, 2020,The Netherlands National Institute for Public Health Tuesday that an 89-year-old immunocompromised Dutch woman died after contracting SARS-CoV-2 for a second time, in what is believed to be the first known case worldwide of death after a Covid-19 reinfection.The patient was an elderly woman who was also being treated for , a rare type of white blood cell cancer that compromised her immune system. According to Dutch researchers, whose were first published in the Oxford University Press, the woman initially tested positive while...

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Michigan Sheriff: Militia Suspects May Have Merely Been Attempting To 'Arrest' Whitmer

Michigan Sheriff: Militia Suspects May Have Merely Been Attempting To 'Arrest' Whitmer

BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Oct 9, 2020,Following the arrest of six men earlier this week for their alleged involvement in a plot to kidnap Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer before the November election, Dar Leaf, Barry County (Mich.) sheriff, said that he doesn't have any regrets about being on stage with one of the suspects at a recent demonstration and suggested the Wolverine Watchmen militia members may have been merely planning to apprehend Gov. Whitmer to execute a citizen's arrest.A pair of brothers, Michael and William Null, were among the first suspects to be...

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More Than 3 In 10 Households Used Up All Or Most Of Their Savings During Pandemic, Survey Finds

More Than 3 In 10 Households Used Up All Or Most Of Their Savings During Pandemic, Survey Finds

BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Sep 23, 2020,The massive financial impact of the pandemic becomes clearer as  46% of households in the United States report facing severe financial problems during the Covid-19 crisis—about three in ten households (31%) report using up all or most of their savings during the coronavirus outbreak— a new national survey published Wednesday.The , released from NPR, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health, finds that the coronavirus crisis has significantly impacted finances, health care, housing,...

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Trump Threatens To Issue Executive Order Preventing Biden From Being Elected President

Trump Threatens To Issue Executive Order Preventing Biden From Being Elected President

BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Sep 20, 2020,In a wide-ranging speech at a campaign rally Saturday night, President Donald Trump ramped up attacks against his opponent, Joe Biden, calling Biden the "dumbest of all candidates," and went so far as to , "maybe I'll sign an executive order that you cannot have him as your president.""He is the worst candidate. The dumbest of all candidates," of former Vice President Biden. "He is the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics."Trump also expanded on his unproven claim that Biden is on drugs, , "they gave him a big...

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally May Have Caused 250,000 Coronavirus Cases, Economists Say

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally May Have Caused 250,000 Coronavirus Cases, Economists Say

BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Sep 8, 2020,A group of economists drawing on cell phone data to track movements and Covid-19 case data estimate that the Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota in August could be responsible for 250,000 new Covid-19 cases, a startling figure that provides an early assessment of the effects of the large outdoor gathering, though the figure has not yet been corroborated by epidemiologists or officials.The annual 10-day motorcycle rally held in Sturgis, South Dakota, which began on August 7 and ran until August 16, was attended by nearly...

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Teachers Organize Mass Sick Days, Resignations, And Potential Strikes Over Schools Reopening

Teachers Organize Mass Sick Days, Resignations, And Potential Strikes Over Schools Reopening

BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Aug 16, 2020,Teachers across the country are threatening to not return to school for in-person teaching over Covid-19 safety concerns, with many resigning, retiring, announcing their intention to strike, or planning a coordinated "sick out" as schools face pressure to reopen for the fall.Teachers in two Arizona school districts are protesting decisions by local school boards to reopen schools despite not meeting state criteria for levels of community spread, positive testing rate, and hospitalizations for Covid-19, reported this week.In the...

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Accused Killer Of California Cops Was Associated With Right-Wing 'Boogaloo Movement'

Accused Killer Of California Cops Was Associated With Right-Wing 'Boogaloo Movement'

Sign in to your Forbes account For instructions on how to disable your ad blocker, Or Sign In To Continue Using An Ad BlockerIf this is your first time registering, please check your inbox for more information about the benefits of your Forbes account and what you can do next!BETAThis is a BETA experience. You may opt-out by Jun 16, 2020,The FBI announced Tuesday that Steven Carrillo, the U.S. Air Force sergeant who allegedly murdered law enforcement officers in California during protests earlier this month, was with the right-wing Boogaloo movement, and that Carrillo chose the timing of...

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Minneapolis City Council Unanimously Votes To Replace Police With Community-Led Model

Minneapolis City Council Unanimously Votes To Replace Police With Community-Led Model

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Starbucks Flips: Employees Can Now Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

Starbucks Flips: Employees Can Now Wear Black Lives Matter Attire

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The Net Worth Of America's 600-Plus Billionaires Has Increased By More Than $400 Billion During The Pandemic

The Net Worth Of America's 600-Plus Billionaires Has Increased By More Than $400 Billion During The Pandemic

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