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Tiger at the Bronx Zoo tests positive for the Coronavirus Mark Kolbe/Getty Images According to National Geographic, a tiger at the Bronx Zoo has been the first zoo-animal to test positive for the Coronavirus. Nadia, a four-year-old Malayan tiger, had developed a dry cough in late March so the zoo[Read More…]

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Surgical Masks and N95 Respirators: Should you wear them to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus? The Coronavirus is causing a worldwide pandemic and citizens and governments alike are trying to find ways to protect themselves and stop the spreading of this disease. One of the main ways people are[Read More…]

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Social distancing measures due to the Coronavirus have caused some unexpected environmental benefits The Coronavirus has been a burden in over 180 of the world’s countries and territories, shocking the world economy and affecting the lives of millions of people. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), since early January,[Read More…]

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FDA approves Coronavirus test that takes less than fifteen minutes to determine if a patient is positive or negative According to USA Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a device that takes less than fifteen minutes to determine if a patient has Coronavirus or not. This[Read More…]

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The Coronavirus in New York State – What We Know New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Monday that 1,218 people have died in the state due to the Coronavirus, according to the NY Times. The total number of cases in the state is projected to be about 66,500, with 36,221[Read More…]

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Kobe and Gianna Bryant tragically die in helicopter crash Sunday morning Basketball legend Kobe Bryant, along with Braynt’s 13 year old daughter Gianna, were among 9 dead in a helicopter accident in the Southern California residential neighborhood of Calabasas early Sunday morning. Orange Coast College head baseball coach John Altobelli,[Read More…]

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Harvard – Yale football game postponed due to student-led climate change protests The collegiate football game between Harvard and Yale on Saturday was delayed after students and alumni stormed the field to protest climate change, according to CNN. As halftime was ending, students ran onto the middle of the field[Read More…]

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Twitter announces that they will no longer be running political ads on their platform Twitter announced mid-last week that they will no longer be running political ads on their platform. “We’ve made the decision to stop all political advertising on Twitter globally. We believe political message reach should be earned,[Read More…]

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Two teens are dead after 16-year-old student shot five classmates and himself in his Southern California high school on Thursday morning Two teens are dead after 16-year-old student shot five classmates and himself in his Southern California high school on Thursday morning, according to CNN. He pulled a pistol from[Read More…]

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The United States is on track to accept zero refugees in the month of October According to the State Department, the United States is reportedly on track to accept zero refugees in the month of October, and has already cancelled over 500 flights this month. Travel for refugees who have[Read More…]