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Coronavirus Now: Maps, Updates & Death Toll for COVID-19

Coronavirus Now: Maps, Updates & Death Toll for COVID-19
As of September 2, confirmed cases of COVID-19 now number at more than 26 million around the world, including more than 6.2 million cases in the United States and more than 188,000 U.S. deaths. You can see a breakdown of coronavirus cases throughout the world and within the U.S. on the map and chart above. Below you’ll find updates on the latest news about the coronavirus. September 2 News Updates Trump Administration & the CDC Institute a Nationwide Ban on Evictions The CDC and the Trump administration have enacted a nationwide ban on evictions that goes through December in order to help stem the COVID-19 outbreak, NPR reported. To qualify, renters must sign a declaration that they have no other options for housing and that they didn’t make more than $99,000 a year if filing individually or twice that amount if they are filing jointly. This isn’t an overall eviction ban, however, Evictions can still be given for reasons that aren’t related to not paying rent. Vaccine Updates

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Project Veritas has a video of funeral directors doubting the numbers of COVID deaths in NYC “To me, all you’re doing is padding the statistics. You know, you’re putting people on that have #COVID-19. If they don’t have it you’re making the death rate for New York City a lot higher than it should be…” – Joseph Antioco, Funeral Director De Blasio: NYC outdoor dining plan permanent, 'year-round' New York’s dining al fresco program that was launched in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown will become a permanent part of New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday. The decision came amid mounting pressure from the City Council and the city’s struggling restaurants and bars for City Hall to release rules for outdoor dining in the winter with indoor dining likely to remain significantly limited for the foreseeable future. “In the midst of this crisis, some really good and powerful things happened. And that was particularly true in the restaurant industry,” Hizzoner told WNYC host Brian Lehrer. “We will make the Open Restaurants initiative permanent and year-round,” he added.

Almost 900 workers test positive for coronavirus at one Tyson meat plant Well this can’t be good for the food supply chain: NY POST – Nearly 900 workers at an Indiana Tyson Foods pork processing plant have tested positive for the coronavirus, a report said.The meat processing facility in Logansport is one of several Tyson plants across the country that have voluntarily closed due to virus outbreaks.County officials have been working with Tyson, the largest US meat supplier, to develop a reopening plan, according to WISH-TV.The plan gained steam after President Trump on Tuesday invoked the Defense Production Act to mandate meat plants stay open during the pandemic, the report said.The Logansport plant employs 2,200 people — 890, or 40 percent of which, have tested positive for the illness.“We were in good shape for a couple weeks and then just within the couple weeks it kind of blew up,” Serenity Alter, the health department administrator of Cass County, where the Tyson plant is, told the network. Wow. Coronavirus must’ve spread like wildfire in that plant.

Harris Skipped COVID Relief Vote, Now Says 'Congress Needs to Act' Democrat vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (CA) has called for Congress “to act” over COVID-19 relief for the American people after missing a vote to provide relief a few weeks ago, which her party blocked. “October rent is due one week from today,” Harris wrote in a tweet. “People all over the country are still waking up in the middle of the night worrying about how to make ends meet. It shouldn’t be like this. Oregonians dying at rate well above average, not clear coronavirus is the reason: Report More people in Oregon died this past month than typically expected in mid-March and early April, and experts say fewer than half were linked to the coronavirus. Data released by state health officials show that 245 more Oregonians died during the five weeks between March 16 and April 19 than in previous years. Of that, 78 people died due to the coronavirus, but it is “unclear if other fallout from the pandemic, including a fear of seeking health care, played a [role] in the other 167 deaths,” according to the Oregonian. "Nearly all the above-average deaths occurred at home, among Oregonians both receiving and not receiving hospice care," the report noted.

Petition Demanding 'Nancy Pelosi is Prosecuted for COVID Violations' Goes Viral on 26th September 2020 @ 4.00pm © press A petition has gone viral across social media that is calling for Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to be "prosecuted by San Francisco for her flaunting of COVID regulations." The viral campaign has gathered tens of thousands of signatures in response to Speaker Pelosi being caught on camera in a hair salon without a mask earlier this month. "The salon owner gets death threats, while Pelosi has paid ZERO price for her hypocrisy," the petition states.

‘Science’ Is Proving Stay At Home Orders Kill, New Data Is Not Good For Shutdown States Democrats like to use the term that they will use “science” to dictate how and when they reopen their states. Well, they better pay attention to “data” and “science” because new predictions show, they are killing people. The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) released a new update to its epidemiological model that shows the total number of deaths will be around 75,000 by August 4th. Just about half of the 6,432 projected increases in death are in five states, four of which have been hit the hardest, New York, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Connecticut. The update has shown a longer plateau of cases: At least part of this increase is due to many states experiencing flatter and thus longer epidemic peaks.

Fla governor overrides local officials, orders whole state open for business, ends fines for no face masks Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE CHECK OUT WeThePeople.store for best SWAG! Thanks to Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, the state of Florida is free at last, and the “ignorant” critics who have a problem with this can pound sound. Madonna says she's tested positive for coronavirus antibodies, announces plans to 'breathe the COVID-19 air' In a video posted to her fans on Instagram, pop star Madonna has just revealed that she tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies. The 61-year-old singer reportedly revealed this in her “quarantine diaries” series on the social media site, which involves her sitting in a dark room as she narrates out loud what she is writing on a typewriter. “Took a test the other day. I found out that I have the antibodies so tomorrow, I’m just going to go for a long drive in the car and I’m going to roll down the window and I’m going to breathe in, I’m going to breathe in the COVID-19 air,” Madonna can be heard saying in the clip captioned “Quarantine Diary #14.” MORE NEWS: Part 3: Saving Girls from Sex Trafficker “Here’s the good news.

Maryland man sentenced to a year in jail after breaking COVID rules Andrew Trunsky, DCNF A Maryland man will serve a year in prison after hosting two large house parties that violated the state’s coronavirus restrictions, according to the Charles County State Attorney’s Office. Shawn Marshall Myers, 42, was convicted of two counts of failure to comply with an emergency order, according to the state attorney’s statement. His sentence was delivered by District Court Judge W. Louis Hennessy, The Hill reported.

Pa. removes 200 deaths from state coronavirus count as questions mount about reporting process, accuracy Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Pennsylvania has corrected its coronavirus data multiple times over the past week to account for irregularities, according to new reports. Earlier this week, Pennsylvania started to include “probable deaths” in its fatalities. Owner of Viva Coffee takes stand against harrasmenet and threats PIMA COUNTY, AZ – Kelly Walker, owner of Viva Coffee House, is faced with being sued by Pima County over miscommunication. The county wants them to use plexiglass. Walker wants the harassment from the community that was instigated by the county to stop.

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