The US leads the world in cases, with over 30,000 added since yesterday for a total of more than 276,000. The US has had more than 1,300 deaths since yesterday. NY has more than 100,000 cases and is adding almost 10,000 cases per day. New York may overtake some European countries in total number of
Protective masks are a hot commodity, so hot that not even healthcare workers can get their hands on them right now. That shortage has compelled many people to figure out how to make their own, both for their own personal use and to donate to hospitals. Here’s what you need to know: Even a piece
World-wide cases have doubled in a week. There are now more than a million cumulative cases. NY, Italy, and Spain are hot spots. The Pentagon is seeking to supply 100,000 body bags to FEMA. The body bags are intended for civilian use amidst the growing pandemic crisis. The Pentagon maintains an extant stockpile of 50,000.
Americans who are abroad and might wish to come back to the United States need to book their flights “immediately.” That’s the direction from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. “We do not know how long the commercial flights in your countries may continue to operate,” Pompeo said at a press briefing on Tuesday. This is
The pantry recipe series is designed to help you use up your pantry preps with as much versatility and as little waste as possible. Ample substitution recommendations and other helpful tips are provided. New recipes are added weekly. Comfort food at its best: creamy soup. I’m using what I have on hand today, which is
Over 76,000 cases were added to the globe in the last 24 hours. We’ll have more than a million cumulative cases by tomorrow. There have been almost 50,000 deaths globally. It’s been apparent that China’s case numbers were off—potentially by an order of magnitude. China states it will now include positive, asymptomatic cases. US intelligence
Stay six feet apart. Practice excellent hygiene. Stay home. We’re all aware of the basic measures for preventing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. But are there means of transmission we haven’t considered yet, like through the water or sewage pipes in a house or apartment building? According to the Center for Disease Control, analysis
Cases have doubled since last week—we now have over 850,000 globally. If cases continue to double like this we can expect over 1.5 million by next week. There have been over 42,000 deaths around the world. Italy has had over 12,000 deaths, Spain has had over 3,800, and the US has had over 2,800 deaths.
COVID-19 has gone big and gone global. Right now, the deadly and chaotic situation first seen in Hubei province, China in February has emerged in hotspots around the globe, including Iran, Italy, Spain, France, and New York City and its surrounds. Significant clusters are emerging in most countries around the globe and most US states.
Virginia and Maryland both issue stay-at-home orders. These states had previously asked people to isolate, and now they’re telling them to. Gov. Beshear signs order, keeping Kentuckians from traveling out of state Yikes. It’s going to get worse as this drags on, too: This is a line for a food bank in Pittsburgh. https://t.co/Uk2emuuyTj —
Hopefully, you’re spending as much time as possible at home, but not everyone is so lucky. Many people in “essential businesses” are still going to work every day, and even those in self-isolation take the occasional drive. That means gassing up your vehicle. Thankfully, since you don’t have to go inside a crowded store to
The US added more than 15,000 cases since yesterday and continues to lead the globe in number of active cases. Global cases rose by over 60,000. Italy continues to suffer a huge number of daily deaths, nearly 1,000 per day. Italy is slowly bending the curve—the number of new cases per day is slowly decreasing.
The US now has the most cases in the world: 81,846. Over 50,000 cases were added to the global total overnight. Worldwide cases surpass 500,000. MAJOR BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Now Officially Epicenter of Coronavirus Pandemic pic.twitter.com/qHOUXydFSG — Seth Abramson (@🏠) (@SethAbramson) March 26, 2020 Close to 150 nursing homes in the US are impacted by
Americans across the country are washing their hands more to prevent the spread of COVID-19: in fact, it’s the #1 recommendation from the United States CDC and World Health Organization for preventing the disease’s spread. While that’s a huge relief, there is one downside to all those soapy suds: skin irritation and dryness. Alcohol, the
If you’re having a hard time using your favorite websites today, you’re not alone. After I struggled to access Google Documents this morning, a representative from Google contacted me on Twitter to confirm that there was a service disruption. Shortly after, Twitter was flooded with complaints about Gmail and YouTube both being unavailable. I also