Numbers alone cannot possibly measure the impact of the coronavirus on America, whether it is the number of patients treated, jobs interrupted or lives cut short. As the country nears a grim milestone of 100,000 deaths attributed to the virus, The New York Times scoured obituaries and death notices honoring those who died. The 1,000 names listed here reflect just 1% of the toll. None were mere numbers. … [Read more...] about U.S. deaths near 100,000, an incalculable loss
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But officials expect the progress to be slower in Los Angeles County, which accounts for nearly 60% of the state’s total deaths and almost half of the nearly 90,000 confirmed infections. The county’s death toll rose Thursday to 2,016, with more than 42,000 confirmed cases. … [Read more...] about Can California enjoy Memorial Day without spreading coronavirus? It will be a big test
Nishimura said recent data suggest that the infections have slowed enough and the medical systems are under less pressure and that it’s time to gradually resume social and economic activity. Tokyo and Hokkaido, where more than a dozen new cases have been reported Sunday, still need to remain extra-cautious, he said. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Greece makes a bid to save its tourism season.
The Georgia Department of Health now offers downloadable spreadsheets on its COVID-19 landing page with some of the data on total numbers. The state updates its coronavirus numbers at least twice a day, with overall status reports posted on the website at 9 a.m., 1 p.m., and 7 p.m. daily. … [Read more...] about Current Coronavirus Hospitalizations Continue To Fall In Georgia
Dave Warsen. All American. Spent a lot of time together on our deployment to Afghanistan. When not on missions, we’d hit the volleyball court (half sand, half rocks). Strongest guy in the platoon, and also the happiest. Truly loved and missed. pic.twitter.com/Ufq7flyzOk … [Read more...] about Memorial Day Flashback: Dan Crenshaw Remembers His Fallen Brothers In Powerful Tribute