To prepare, Lindner said it’s important to understand that a lot of preparedness information is generic. Keep in mind that a preparation kit should be built around the individual and household needs. That can include whether the household is in an evacuation zone, whether individuals choose to shelter in place, and if pets or small children are in the house. … [Read more...] about Experts urge residents to begin preparing for potentially ‘above average’ hurricane season
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``We've been working throughout the interfaith community ... all up and down the state, working on the differentiation, the large mega-churches versus more neighborhood-style churches and different styles of pews and sanitation protocols, synagogues versus working with other faiths. We've been working on those sectoral guidelines and we are just days away, at the latest on Monday, we will put out those guidelines.'' … [Read more...] about Murrieta Church Defies State Order: Report
Son of former big league pitcher Bobby Witt , who was selected No. 3 overall by Texas Rangers in 1985 draft. Witts became highest-drafted father-son duo, topping Tom Grieve (No. 6, 1966) and Ben Grieve (No. 2, 1994). They’re also seventh father-son combo of first-rounders, and first since Delino DeShields (1987) and Delino DeShields Jr. (2010). Younger Witt considered top high school prospect this year. Five-tool shortstop has impressive power with smooth right-handed swing. … [Read more...] about Orioles draft Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman with No. 1 pick
Even with businesses slowly starting to reopen, a retail rebound is unlikely for months. Large and small retailers alike are thinking critically about an online presence (or increasing it) as shoppers change habits and continue to have concerns about the virus. Walmart and Target both announced earnings in May and reported massive increases in online sales, rising 74% and 141% respectively in April, compared to the same period a year ago. To meet demand, Walmart hired 235,000 employees since mid-March, with a good number headed to its fulfillment centers. Target also hired thousands of workers, training them for newer features like curbside pickups. … [Read more...] about Will e-commerce help small business survive coronavirus fallout?
Claims were made that the polio epidemic had been exaggerated, just as one hears today that the COVID-19 pandemic is mythical. One target was the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (the March of Dimes), which had helped to fund Salk’s research and found itself accused of inflating the danger to attract more contributions. … [Read more...] about Column: Developing a coronavirus vaccine should not be rushed. Here’s why