Dr. Raymond Pontzer, UPMC St. Margaret’s Chief of Infectious Disease, told KDKA there’s actually not enough “heat in and of itself” on this planet to kill the coronavirus and “you have to have a higher temperature than you can get in our atmosphere. Eighty or 90 degrees doesn’t kill the virus.” … [Read more...] about Does Heat Kill Coronavirus?
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Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite charged with aiding the late Jeffrey Epstein in the sex trafficking of minors, employed former British military personnel as security at the New Hampshire estate where she was arrested earlier this month, federal prosecutors said in a court filing Monday. … [Read more...] about Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell employed ex-British military personnel to hide from FBI
“I knew that if one day I was not able to work here in the United States, I could always go back to Mexico and work over there, so school has always been very important to me. When President (Barack) Obama signed the DACA back in 2012, I was in my last semester to graduate with my associates degree. DACA was my green light to get a job legally and further my education as well as to provide for my son.” … [Read more...] about Laredo siblings share how DACA helped their lives
India has recorded more than 100,000 new infections in the last four days, and its case total is edging closer to 1 million. Hong Kong Disneyland will close again after a surge in coronavirus cases has forced the city to tighten its social distancing measures. A Texas man who thought coronavirus was a hoax has died after attending a "Covid party," where people intentionally get infected. Elsewhere, in Michigan, 43 new cases have been linked to a single large house party in early July. Surging cases across the US are delaying test results from laboratories by as much as a week, according to a leading provider of diagnostic services. The NFL will offer a new mouth shield prototype to protect players against Covid-19. Meanwhile, two NBA players have tested positive in the league's Disney bubble. KFC is asking its franchisees in four states with a resurgence of coronavirus cases -- Florida, Texas, Oklahoma and California -- to stop dine-in services. Brazilian President Jair … [Read more...] about What you need to know about coronavirus on Tuesday, July 14
The federal prison system has struggled in recent months to contain the exploding number of coronavirus cases behind bars. There are currently four confirmed coronavirus cases among inmates at the Terre Haute prison, according to federal statistics, and one inmate there has died. … [Read more...] about Supreme Court clears way for execution of federal prisoner