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Romans-sur-Isere: Two killed and others wounded in France knife attack

Romans-sur-Isère: Two killed and others wounded in France knife attack | 05 April 2020 | Two people have been killed and five wounded in a knife attack in south-east France, in what the interior minister described as a terrorist incident. Witnesses said the attacker entered a tobacconist in the town of Romans-sur-Isère, near Grenoble, and stabbed the owners and a customer. He then went to a nearby butcher's shop and attacked more people. A suspect, described in French media as a 33-year-old man from Sudan, has been arrested.

Coronavirus: New York virus deaths surge past 3,500

Coronavirus: New York virus deaths surge past 3,500 | 05 April 2020 | New York state has recorded 630 more coronavirus deaths, another daily record that takes its toll to 3,565. Most deaths have been in New York City. The state now has almost as many cases - over 113,000 - as the whole of Italy. Governor Andrew Cuomo said infections could peak in between four and 14 days.

Questions remain about the death of a Hartford infant, despite governor's claim death was linked to coronavirus

Questions remain about the death of a Hartford infant, despite governor's claim death was linked to coronavirus | 03 April 2020 | Two days after Connecticut officials announced the death of a Hartford infant was potentially the youngest victim of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, questions remain about the 6-week-old baby's exact cause of death... All patients who die in Connecticut hospitals during the pandemic are being tested for the virus, regardless of their manner of death, so the infant was tested post-mortem and the results came back positive. Gov. Ned Lamont (D) announced the baby's death Wednesday at his daily coronavirus briefing and explicitly said the child's death was caused by the virus... "Probably the youngest person ever to die of COVID has died here in Connecticut," Lamont said Wednesday in announcing the baby's death. [And the lying sacks of deep-state garbage aka The Hartford Courant, made it their cover story to stoke further panic.] But the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has not ruled that COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, caused the baby's death as of Friday afternoon. An official cause of death remains outstanding pending toxicology results, and officials said it is possible the child died not from the virus but from an underlying condition, sudden infant death syndrome or positional asphyxiation. In the absence of that official determination Friday, Lamont and Connecticut State Epidemiologist Matthew Cartter retreated from directly connecting the cause of the infant's death to the virus.

U.S. Stops Issuing Passports Except for 'Life-Or-Death' Emergencies

U.S. Stops Issuing Passports Except for 'Life-Or-Death' Emergencies | 03 April 2020 | The U.S. State Department has stopped issuing passports due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with exceptions for people who have a "qualified life-or-death emergency." In a statement published March 27, the State Department advised Americans to avoid all international travel due to the spread of COVID-19, unless someone is experiencing an emergency and needs to travel within 72 hours. Situations that qualify as "life-or-death emergencies" include serious illnesses, injuries or deaths among members of a person’s immediate family that requires travel outside of the U.S., according to the statement.

Trump says 1,000 additional military personnel to deploy to NY

Trump says 1,000 additional military personnel to deploy to NY | 04 April 2020 | President Trump said 1,000 additional military personnel are being deployed to New York to help the city manage the coronavirus outbreak. "At my direction, 1,000 military personnel are deploying to New York City to assist where they'e needed the most," Trump said at a White House coronavirus task force briefing Saturday. "That's the hottest of all the hot spots." When asked, Trump said that number is subject to increase and that although there aren't plans in place to expand military personnel in other parts of the country, it's possible they could be sent to places with increased cases.

Missouri seeks more doctors, nurses for coronavirus response

Missouri seeks more doctors, nurses for coronavirus response | 04 April 2020 | Missouri is waging a campaign to boost its current health care workforce as it faces a personnel shortage amid the coronavirus outbreak. The state's Department of Health and Senior Services, Emergency Management Agency, and Department of Economic Development are teaming up to recruit medical professionals who are not already working for the state to join a "specialized" team fighting health emergencies... Missouri will consider people "even if they are a health care student or graduate, are a retiree of the health care workforce, or have a recently expired professional registration."

Delta, JetBlue offering free flights to medical professionals for coronavirus relief efforts

Delta, JetBlue offering free flights to medical professionals for coronavirus relief efforts | 31 March 2020 | Delta Air Lines and JetBlue have stepped up during the coronavirus pandemic by offering free flights for medical professionals to travel where they’re needed most amid the COVID-19 crisis. In recent days, both carriers have proposed the pitch to eligible medical professionals in the national fight against the viral disease. Delta is coordinating round-trip flights, free of charge, for qualified personnel to travel to Georgia, Louisiana and Michigan, while JetBlue is sending healthcare workers and desperately needed supplies to "places where they are needed most." According to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the carrier is sending medical volunteers to the Empire State.

FDNY firefighters applaud medical workers battling coronavirus at NYU Langone

FDNY firefighters applaud medical workers battling coronavirus at NYU Langone | 03 April 2020 | City firefighters in full turnout gear blared their sirens and cheered Friday night in a show of gratitude for medical workers at NYU Langone Kips Bay, one of the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. "We love you!" a firefighter could be heard shouting, as a row of FDNY members clapped and whooped. New York's Bravest offered their standing ovation at 7 p.m., as smiling medical workers took a brief respite from the battle against the disease in the country's epicenter.

The CDC now says all Americans should wear masks - here's a simple DIY approach

The CDC now says all Americans should wear masks - here's a simple DIY approach | 03 April 2020 |On Friday, President Donald Trump announced that the "CDC is advising the use of non-medical cloth faced covering as an additional voluntary public health measure." Trump himself said he does not plan on wearing a face mask. "The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N95 respirators," U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams added on Friday. "Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders." But even flimsier disposable masks can be hard to find. Luckily, there are quick and easy ways craft your own...

3M Refuses White House Directive to Send Masks from Company's Hub in Singapore to U.S.

3M Refuses White House Directive to Send Masks from Company's Hub in Singapore to U.S. | 03 April 2020 | Health care manufacturer 3M has resisted pressure from the White House to import about 10 million N95 respirator masks from the company’s hub in Singapore originally destined for Asian countries, in part due to concern for health care workers in those countries, the Financial Times reported on Friday. While 3M agreed to import a similar amount from a factory in China, President Trump and his administration have criticized the company for being less than cooperative with the mobilization effort -- and Trump announced he would invoke the Defense Production Act to compel 3M to deliver masks to the U.S.

The UK plans to issue coronavirus 'immunity passports' so people can leave the lockdown early

The UK plans to issue coronavirus 'immunity passports' so people can leave the lockdown early --Citizens would need to test positive in an antibody test before being issued with the certificates. | 03 April 2020 | The UK plans to roll out "immunity passports" to people who have already contracted COVID-19 to allow them to return to "normal life," the Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Thursday. "We are looking at an immunity certificate," Hancock said at a Downing Street press conference. "People who have had the disease have got the antibodies and then have immunity can show that and therefore get back as much as possible to normal life." The UK has already ordered millions of antibody tests. However, the tests have so far proven ineffective, and the government has yet to approve them for use.

Trump fires Michael Atkinson, intelligence IG who told Congress about Ukraine phone call - report

Trump fires Michael Atkinson, intelligence IG who told Congress about Ukraine phone call - report | 04 April 2020 | President Trump has reportedly fired Michael Atkinson, the inspector general for the U.S. intelligence community who alerted Congress to concerns about a Trump phone call with the president of Ukraine - a matter that led to the president's impeachment last year. Trump formally notified the intelligence committees of both the Senate and House in a letter dated Friday that was obtained by Politico. "This is to advise that I am exercising my power as President to remove from office the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, effective 30 days from today," the president wrote.

Federal appeals court refuses to block extension of Wisconsin absentee voting

Federal appeals court refuses to block extension of Wisconsin absentee voting | 03 April 2020 | A federal appeals court on Friday declined to block an extended absentee voting deadline for Wisconsin’s presidential primary, which is slated for Tuesday. The ruling upholds a decision from a district court, which will allow voters to send in their absentee ballots for six days after next week's race. The new deadline will be April 13. The four-page ruling from the appellate court did not provide any explanation over the decision.

Fauci in 2017: President Trump Will Be Challenged By 'Surprise Global Disease Outbreak'

Fauci in 2017: President Trump Will Be Challenged By 'Surprise Global Disease Outbreak' | 03 April 2020 | In 2017 at forum on pandemic preparedness at Georgetown University, Dr. Anthony Fauci made an interesting statement. Fauci told the audience the Trump administration will not only be challenged by ongoing global health threats such as influenza and HIV, but also a surprise disease outbreak. (Video)

Nevada Governor Sisolak Found Hoarding Coronavirus Treatment Drug

Nevada Governor Sisolak Found Hoarding Coronavirus Treatment Drug | 03 April 2020 | Just about a week after the governor of Nevada (D) limited the ability for physicians to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to treat the coronavirus, news broke that Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak's own Department of Corrections has been hoarding the drug for prisoners. Sisolak claimed that he was doing so to prevent the hoarding of the medicine, despite the fact that you could only obtain it through a prescription. Now, 360 News Las Vegas has discovered that Sisolak's Department of Corrections has begun hoarding the drug following his questionable decree.

Coronavirus Australia: Ivermectin, anti-parasitic drug kills COVID-19 in lab

Coronavirus Australia: Ivermectin, anti-parasitic drug kills COVID-19 in lab --A single dose of an anti-parasitic drug could essentially remove all genetic material of the COVID-19 virus within 48 hours, an Australian-led study has shown. | 04 April 2020 | An anti-parasitic drug available throughout the world has been found to kill COVID-19 in the lab within 48 hours. A Monash University-led study has shown a single dose of the drug Ivermectin could stop the SARS-CoV-2 virus growing in cell culture. "We found that even a single dose could essentially remove all viral RNA (effectively removed all genetic material of the virus) by 48 hours and that even at 24 hours there was a really significant reduction in it," Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute's Dr Kylie Wagstaff said on Friday. While it's not known how Ivermectin works on the virus, the drug likely stops the virus dampening the host cells' ability to clear it.

Trump invokes Defense Production Act to prevent export of surgical masks, gloves

Trump invokes Defense Production Act to prevent export of surgical masks, gloves | 03 April 2020 | President Trump announced Friday evening that he is invoking the Defense Production Act (DPA) to prevent the export of surgical masks and gloves outside of the country. The White House said the order is intended to prevent "war profiteers" from hoarding supplies to generate foreign demand and then exporting the goods, and that it will not interfere with the ability of manufacturers to export personal protection equipment (PPE) "when doing so is consistent with United States policy." "Today's order is another step in our ongoing fight to prevent hoarding, price gouging, and profiteering by preventing the harmful export of critically needed PPE," the White House said in a statement. "It will help ensure that needed PPE is kept in our country and gets to where it is needed to defeat the virus."

White House: Anyone 'in close proximity' to Trump or Pence will be tested for coronavirus

White House: Anyone 'in close proximity' to Trump or Pence will be tested for coronavirus | 03 April 2020 | Any person "in close proximity" to President Trump or Vice President Pence will be tested for the novel coronavirus starting Friday, the White House said. "As the Physician to the President and White House Operations continue to protect the health and safety of the President and Vice President, starting today anyone who is expected to be in close proximity to either of them will be administered a COVID-19 test to evaluate for pre-symptomatic or asymptomatic carriers status to limit inadvertent transmission," deputy press secretary Judd Deere said Friday. The individuals will receive the same rapid test that Trump referenced during a press briefing on Thursday.

Flu Vaccines Failing Seniors

Flu Vaccines Failing Seniors | 03 April 2020 | Flu Vaccine Doesn't Reduce Hospitalizations, Death in Seniors -- An observational study funded by the National Institute on Aging and conducted by researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, Santa Cruz and Clemson University reviewed data from 170 million episodes of care and 7.6 million deaths among adults aged 55 to 75, from the year 2000 to 2014. The goal was to determine the effectiveness of the influenza vaccine in reducing hospitalizations and deaths among elderly people in the study area in England and Wales, using a research design that reduced the possibility of bias and confounding. While turning 65 was associated with a significant increase in the rate of seasonal influenza vaccination, the study's authors stated that "no evidence indicated that vaccination reduced hospitalizations or mortality among elderly persons."

Hydroxychloroquine rated 'most effective' coronavirus treatment, poll of doctors finds

Hydroxychloroquine rated 'most effective' coronavirus treatment, poll of doctors finds | 02 April 2020 | An international poll of thousands of doctors rated the Trump-touted anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine the best treatment for the novel coronavirus. Of the 6,227 physicians surveyed in 30 countries, 37 percent rated hydroxychloroquine the "most effective therapy" for combating the potentially deadly illness, according to the results released Thursday. The survey, conducted by the global health care polling company Sermo, also found that 23 percent of medical professionals had prescribed the drug in the US -- far less than other countries.

Military personnel to handle coronavirus patients at facilities in NYC, New Orleans and Dallas

Military personnel to handle coronavirus patients at facilities in NYC, New Orleans and Dallas | 02 April 2020 | Military personnel will begin treating coronavirus patients at new medical facilities that have popped up in the cities of New York, New Orleans and Dallas, the White House said Thursday, marking a shift in policy for how the Pentagon is aiding in the medical response to the pandemic. Vice President Pence said at a White House briefing on the virus that President Trump had directed the Department of Defense to use military personnel to operate facilities fully focused on coronavirus patients. The move comes one day after Defense Secretary Mark Esper said in response to a question from The Hill that the military would not be treating coronavirus patients unless "push comes to shove," asserting the Pentagon's resources are better used building hospitals and treating trauma patients to lighten the load on hospitals.

Florida emergency management official says 3M selling masks to foreign countries: 'We're chasing ghosts'

Florida emergency management official says 3M selling masks to foreign countries: 'We're chasing ghosts' | 02 April 2020 | The head of Florida's Division of Emergency Management has accused U.S. mask manufacturer 3M of shipping the critical protective equipment to foreign countries who outbid U.S. buyers -- even as hospitals and state officials desperately scramble to secure N95 protective masks for healthcare workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. Jared Moskowitz told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday that he discovered that 3M distributors were prioritizing foreign buyers after they refused to sell him the essential equipment. "For the last several weeks, we have had a boiler room chasing down 3M authorized distributors [and] brokers representing that they sell the N95 masks, only get to warehouses that are completely empty," Moskowitz said. "[We are] being told that our shipments are on cargo planes and the flights don't even appear. We are chasing ghosts. I just decided to turn up the heat and tell people what is actually happening in the N95 mask space." Moskowitz claimed to have reached out to many 3M authorized distributors in the United States to confirm his suspicions, and said he was shocked to find American companies quietly partnering with foreign buyers at a time of national crisis.

Coronavirus deaths top 5,000 in US as more states issue stay-at-home orders

Coronavirus deaths top 5,000 in US as more states issue stay-at-home orders | 02 April 2020 | Grim news of coronavirus infections and fatalities continued in the U.S. on Wednesday, with the number of confirmed cases rising above 200,000 and the number of deaths surpassing 5,000. Amid the climbing numbers, five more states - Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Nevada and Pennsylvania - added or expanded stay-at-home orders, while Michigan proposed a 70-day extension of an emergency declaration that had been set to expire April 7.

Three Nuns Left to Handle Nearly 100 Seniors Presumed to Have Coronavirus in NJ Care Home

Three Nuns Left to Handle Nearly 100 Seniors Presumed to Have Coronavirus in NJ Care Home | 25 March 2020 | Nearly 100 residents of a nursing home in New Jersey are presumed to have the novel coronavirus after 24 residents tested positive and many others started exhibiting symptoms. All 94 residents of the St. Joseph's Senior Home in Woodbridge were being transported by bus with the help of workers wearing full-body protective gear to a CareOne home roughly 30 miles away on Wednesday... New Jersey health officials said that many of the residents and roughly a dozen staff members began experiencing flu-like symptoms, leaving only three nuns to care for all of the senior home's residents.

Seattle police chief tells residents to call 911 if called racist names amid coronavirus pandemic

Seattle police chief tells residents to call 911 if called racist names amid coronavirus pandemic | 01 April 2020 | Seattle's chief of police said in a Monday night video that she wants residents to call 911 if called racist names during the coronavirus pandemic. "Washington state is no place for hate. In a show of solidarity between police and community, I'm joined today by Lori Matsukawa," Chief of Police Carmen Best said, referring to the retired KING 5 news anchor who joined her in the video... The message to Seattle citizens that they should call 911 because of racist name-calling comes as Washington has the seventh most confirmed coronavirus cases of any state, as of Tuesday morning, with 5,187. It is second only to New York in deaths with 219. Hate speech is broadly protected by the First Amendment, meaning there is likely little the Seattle Police Department will be able to do if an incident of racist name-calling is reported.

Gov. DeSantis issues stay-home order limiting Florida to essential services for April

Gov. DeSantis issues stay-home order limiting Florida to essential services for April | 01 April 2020 | After weeks of resisting a statewide stay-home order, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday that he would sign an executive order limiting all activity in Florida to essential services for the next 30 days to try to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus. The order is effective at 12:01 a.m. on April 3 and expires on April 30, when the governor could extend it. It comes a day after the White House revised its guidelines and extended social distancing recommendations until the end of April.

DOD to provide 100K body bags as coronavirus deaths grow

DOD to provide 100K body bags as coronavirus deaths grow | 02 April 2020 | The Department of Defense plans to provide 100,000 body bags at the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as the coronavirus death toll is expected to rise, the DOD confirmed Wednesday. "DOD and the Defense Logistics Agency have a longstanding arrangement with FEMA to procure key commodities from DLA's industrial partners during crisis response operations," a DOD spokesperson said in a statement. "DLA is currently responding to FEMA's prudent planning efforts for 100,000 pouches to address mortuary contingencies on behalf of state health agencies."

Los Angeles mayor says everyone should cover their faces while outside to fight coronavirus

Los Angeles mayor says everyone should cover their faces while outside to fight coronavirus | 01 April 2020 | Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Wednesday urged all Angelinos to wear non-medical face masks when venturing outside to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The mayor of America's second-largest city -- with a population of 4 million -- said those performing essential activities should wear masks or homemade face coverings like bandannas. "I know it will look surreal," he said, donning a mask. "We're going to have to get used to seeing each other like this. ... This will be the look."

Esper: Military personnel could help treat coronavirus patients 'if push comes to shove'

Esper: Military personnel could help treat coronavirus patients 'if push comes to shove' | 01 April 2020 | Military personnel deployed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are not planning to assist with treatment of coronavirus patients barring a change in circumstances, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Wednesday. Thousands of members of the armed forces, including the National Guard and Army Corps of Engineers, have scattered across the country to provide assistance in the country's response to the virus. But Esper said the military will not be treating coronavirus patients unless "push comes to shove," asserting the Pentagon's resources are better used building hospitals and treating trauma patients to lighten the load on hospitals. "We can take the load off of hospitals with regards to their trauma patients, thereby freeing up rooms and other doctors...who deal with infectious disease, to treat those type of patients," Esper said at a White House coronavirus press briefing in response to a question from The Hill.

Fauci given security detail after receiving threats

Fauci given security detail after receiving threats | 01 April 2020 | Dr. Anthony Fauci [pushing for deadly vaccines instead of a cure], one of the most visible figures on the White House coronavirus task force, has been given a security detail after receiving threats, a person familiar with the matter confirmed to The Hill. Fauci did not directly answer when asked by The Hill at Wednesday's press briefing if he'd been given additional protection, deferring the question to the Department of Health and Human Services inspector general. A second person familiar with the situation said the additional security was under discussion last month and was likely implemented in recent days.

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