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Massive “murder” hornets spotted in Washington State PHOTO CREDITS: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Massive “murder hornets” have been spotted in the United States, according to livescience.com. The huge insects are native to Asia and are known to rip off the heads of honeybees by the thousands. Also known as “hornets from hell”[Read More…]

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Three declassified videos of “unexplained aerial phenomena” have been released by the US Department of Defense to “clear up any misconceptions” on the legitimacy of the footage PHOTO CREDITS: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Three declassified videos of “unexplained aerial phenomena” have been released by the US Department of Defense, according to[Read More…]

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The US Food and Drug Administration approved an at-home Coronavirus test earlier this week Morris MacMatzen/Getty Images According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), an at-home Coronavirus test was approved earlier this week. LabCorp’s Pixel by LabCorp COVID-19 Test home collection kit is the test that has been[Read More…]

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Governors begin easing quarantine restrictions amid growing unrest in their states Newsweek/Getty Images Governors have begun to ease quarantine restrictions amid unrest within their states. The governors of Florida, Idaho, Vermont, and Wisconsin have all revised their current orders to allow some businesses to open under stringent social-distancing guidelines. These[Read More…]

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Doctors believe the Coronavirus not only attacks your lungs, but also other parts of your body Agence France-Presse/Getty Images According to the Washington Post, doctors are finding that the Coronavirus is affecting the heart, kidneys, brain, and more. It is commonly known that the Coronavirus inflames and clogs the tiny[Read More…]

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New city order in Los Angeles requires shoppers and workers to wear face masks starting Friday JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images A new city order in Los Angeles requires all shoppers and workers to wear face masks starting on Friday, according to the Los Angeles Times. The state of California[Read More…]

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Scientists from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine reportedly developed a promising Coronavirus vaccine last week Thana Prasongsin / Getty Images According to Science Daily, scientists at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have developed a promising vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, the current strain of Coronavirus. This team developed[Read More…]

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Zoom facing multiple lawsuits focusing on alleged sharing of personal information with Facebook and other third parties Zoom According to CBS News, Zoom Video Communications – an online video conferencing company – is facing multiple lawsuits focusing on the company’s sharing of users’ personal information with third party companies. In[Read More…]

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COVID-19 Update: The United States now has 2.5 times more reported cases than any other country STR/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock According to the World Health Organization (WHO), COVID-19 has now infected 211 countries and territories around the world, with 1,407,123 total reported cases and 78,269 total reported deaths as of Tuesday afternoon. The[Read More…]

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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…]