Ishani Kar-Purkayastha, consultant in public health at Public Health England, said: ‘This summer, many of us are spending more time at home due to Covid-19. A lot of homes can overheat, so it’s important we continue to check on older people and those with underlying health conditions, particularly if they’re living alone and may be […]
Finally, consider putting those spontaneous road trips on hold. The experts say that any kind of travel most likely will contribute to the spread of the virus, especially if people visit popular summer destinations in states with surging case counts like Arizona, Nevada and Texas.
City News Service and Patch Staffer Paige Austin contributed to this report.
In November last year, Adil took a swipe at Piers on Have I Got News For You, joking: “The best thing about standing in for Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain is that you don’t have to meet Piers Morgan.”
My house is a shrine to my homes. There’s a triptych of sunsets next to my bedroom door, dusk forever falling over the small Michigan town where I grew up, the beach next to my college dorm and Place de la Concorde in Paris, where I spent a cliché but nonetheless happy semester. And that’s […]
Police appear to be turning a blind eye to a growing crowd of drug addicts shooting up in broad daylight in Manhattan’s Midtown neighborhood as locals plead for someone to step in and put an end to the unsettling scenes. Pictured: One man doubles over on the ground while another holds onto a railing for […]
Sonoma County On May 22, outdoor operations of restaurants, wineries, bars, breweries and tasting rooms could reopen in Sonoma County if sit-down meals were offered. On June 6, indoor dining, hair salons and barbershops could resume service. Wineries, breweries and tasting rooms were able to reopen on June 12 without the food requirement.
“North Carolinians have had to dig deep in recent months to tap into our strength and resilience during the pandemic … but we have to dig a little deeper. Let’s keep each other safe from the wind and water, as well as from the virus,” Cooper said.
The incident, which occurred on the 68th day of police brutality protests in Portland, took place at 6:20 PM at Lownsdale Square Park. The park, which is across from the Mark O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse, was one of two locations that police cleared of protesters last Thursday. This move was part of a plan to […]
Seattle City Council members are eyeing proposals to shrink the police department, starting with budget proposals that could reduce the force by as many as 100 officers through layoffs and attrition this year.