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New Jersey Gym Owners Arrested After Defying COVID Order

The co-owners of Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, New Jersey were arrested Monday after numerous instances of the business defying a state order that mandated the gym’s closure. Frank Trumbetti, 51, and Ian Smith, 33, were each charged with contempt, obstruction and violating a disaster control act, according to ABC 6. The pair, which has since been released from jail, was ...

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Coronavirus Vaccine Enters Final Test On 30,000 Human Volunteers

The world’s largest coronavirus vaccine trial began Monday with the first of 30,000 American volunteers receiving shots developed by the U.S. government and a private drug company to boost auto-immune responses to COVID-19, the Associated Press reported. The goal of trial, administered by the National Institutes of Health, is to determine how effective pharmaceutical company Moderna‘s experimental vaccine is at producing an immune response ...

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Midwestern GOP Governors Announce Mask Mandates

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb and Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine both issued statewide mask mandates Wednesday in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus throughout their states. The mandates from Holcomb and DeWine, both Republicans, were announced on Twitter Wednesday. The Indiana mandate will go into effect Monday, and will apply to everybody over eight years old. Face coverings will ...

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Airline Group Signs Letter Calling For Europe-US COVID Test-Sharing To Save Industry

In a move to save the travel industry, four major airlines signed an open letter Tuesday calling for a shared COVID-19 testing program between the United States and European Union. As the pandemic continues to keep most airlines on the ground, American Airlines, Lufthansa, United Airlines and International Airlines Group warned leaders on both sides of the Atlantic in a ...

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Brazilian President Tests Positive For Coronavirus For The Third Time: Report

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Wednesday to CNN Brasil he has tested positive for COVID-19 after he had first positive July 7, CNN reported. After initially testing positive for coronavirus on July 7, Bolsonaro started working in partial isolation at the presidential residence while continuing to be regularly tested, CNN reported. This is the third time Bolsonaro has tested positive ...

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Poll: Skepticism Amongst Americans Over Coronavirus Death Count Is Growing

Americans are becoming increasingly more skeptical about the reported coronavirus death count, a Tuesday poll suggests. Over 140,000 people have died from coronavirus in the United States as of July 20, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Axios-Ipsos poll released Tuesday shows 31% of Americans believe that the number of deaths is lower than what ...

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Pandemic Triggered Massive Decline In US Prison Population: Report

More than 100,000 state and federal prisoners were released from custody between March and June as the coronavirus spread nationwide, according to analysis from a criminal justice organization. The overall U.S. prison population declined by 8% over the course of those four months compared to the 2.2% decrease that occurred in the entirety of 2019, according to data compiled by ...

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Health Professionals Advocate For School Reopening Despite Coronavirus Pandemic

Health professionals nationwide released statements in a Tea Party Patriots Action Second Opinion Project email on Thursday that they believe schools should reopen and that it is the safest option for kids. The consensus among the physicians, that kids would benefit academically, socially, and health-wise from schools reopening this fall, echoes a statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) ...

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