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Trump and the rest of the figures will be available for viewing, Wednesdays through Sundays. New safety measures in line with government advice and the requirements of local health authorities have been introduced, including a maximum attendance of 25% of permitted occupancy. … [Read more...] about President Trump’s Madame Tussauds statue will now greet New York visitors in a mask
“We happen to be crossing these milestones, but we’re still very much in the early phases of this pandemic,” said Nicholas Jewell, a biostatistician with UC Berkeley. “This is a long haul. Let’s try to be strategic, and learn what works and what doesn’t. We need to be in better shape to live with this virus while we wait for a vaccine.” … [Read more...] about California vs. New York: One state’s pandemic has been deadlier, but the numbers are more complex than case counts
In times of disaster, the state usually relies on mutual aid between counties, which has already led to patient transfers from Imperial County to locations as far away as Sacramento, Coyle said. But that doesn’t work as well when the entire state is under strain during a pandemic. The new tactic will be less about moving patients to another area and more about bringing resources to the place in need, Coyle said. … [Read more...] about California reports record daily cases, passes New York for most in U.S.
The Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, meanwhile, passed an ordinance allowing administrative fines for people who violate health orders. The fines for individuals will range from $25 to $500. The fines for businesses will range from $250 to $10,000. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus cases in California soar past 400,000, poised to surpass New York