Tag Archives: COVID

Negotiators report progress in coronavirus relief bill talks

[ad_1] By ANDREW TAYLOR WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers reported progress on a huge coronavirus relief bill Saturday, as political pressure mounts to restore an expired $600-per-week supplemental unemployment benefit and send funding to help schools reopen. “This was the longest meeting we’ve had and it was more productive than the …

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Mass. Reports 387 New Cases, 14 Additional Deaths – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) – The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 387 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 14 additional deaths in the state on Friday. For a third straight day, the state included a note that a technical error by a hospital group caused a reporting delay that factored into …

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Coronavirus recession could accelerate gentrification in Los Angeles’s Chinatown, Boyle Heights and South L.A.

[ad_1] When the newly retired firefighter opened South L.A. Cafe in November, he was the latest in a string of Black entrepreneurs hoping to contain the spread of gentrification in South Los Angeles. Facing the development of luxury condos, hotels and upscale restaurants that many residents cannot afford, Joe Ward-Wallace …

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First Coronavirus Death Of Child In California Confirmed At Madera Hospital – CBS Sacramento

[ad_1] MADERA (CBS13) – A Madera hospital has confirmed a pediatric patient has died from COVID-19, marking the first coronavirus-related death of a child in California, according to the state health department. The child, a teenager receiving care at Valley Children’s Hospital, had prior underlying health conditions, according to the California …

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Veteran resources during coronavirus pandemic

[ad_1] BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) – The number of coronavirus cases in the state of Texas continues to rise. From the very beginning, we have heard this virus can seriously impact the most vulnerable in our community, and that includes older veterans. In the U.S. as of Friday, there are over …

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With California deaths surging, what’s next?

[ad_1] The trendline seems alarming: Nearly every day brings more deaths than the last, in numbers California has never before seen during the pandemic. In a little more than a week, the state has set four coronavirus death records, hitting an all-time high — 193 deaths — on Wednesday. Experts …

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Mass. Reports 304 New Coronavirus Cases And 15 New Deaths – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) – The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 304 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 15 additional deaths in the state on Thursday. For a second straight day, the state included a note that a technical error by a hospital group caused a reporting delay that factored into …

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Mass. Teachers Union Pushes for Remote Start to School Year, Citing Coronavirus Threat to Communities of Color – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The state’s largest teachers union is pushing for students to start the school year learning from home, citing safety concerns particularly regarding communities of color amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The districts and the state must demonstrate that health and safety conditions and negotiated public health benchmarks are met before …

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