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Mexico’s Central de Abasto: How coronavirus tore through Latin America’s largest market – The Washington Post

MEXICO CITY — Martín Mateo had a cold. Or so he thought: sore throat, body aches, runny nose. “He felt bad but kept working,” said his son, Carlos. The 50-year-old father had labored for decades as a tomatero — a tomato man — at Latin America’s biggest food market. Coronavirus? He didn’t believe in it.…

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Virus review: The face mask debate continues as some states see rise in infections – Quad-Cities Online

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Some La Crosse businesses closing again due to county’s recommendations – News8000.com – WKBT

Closures come with La Crosse County under "severe risk" for COVID-19 spread June 18, 2020 6:54 PM Tyler Job Posted: June 18, 2020 6:54 PM Updated: June 18, 2020 7:59 PM LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – With the La Crosse County Health Department putting us under a “severe risk” for spread of COVID-19 … some…

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Study shows how face masks could prevent a second wave of Covid-19 — but there’s a catch – CNBC

For months, Americans have been told to wear a mask or cloth face covering in public settings. A face covering can prevent people who are asymptomatic carriers of Covid-19 from spreading the virus to other people.But now new projections from the University of Cambridge illustrate how impactful the simple measure could be: Researchers found that that…

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The Vegan Diet for Weight Loss is Trending. Here’s How to Do It – The Beet

Right now everyone wants a piece of healthy weight-loss success, and more and more people are trying the Vegan Diet, also known as the Plant-Based Diet. Unlike keto diets, which are both hard to sustain and not heart-healthy over the long term, the Vegan Diet is a whole-food plant-based way of eating that is healthy, sustainable and…

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This is why kids under 2 don’t need face masks, according to the CDC – Yahoo Lifestyle

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say children over the age of 2 should wear face masks to protect against COVID-19. (Photo: Getty Images)Wearing a face mask is the most common public measure to protect against COVID-19, but their appropriateness for children is sometimes misunderstood.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, face…

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Jackson County health officials identify third facility with outbreak – KMBC Kansas City

13 cases identified at Lee's Summit Pointe Health and Rehabilitation Jackson County health officials identify third facility with outbreak 13 cases identified at Lee's Summit Pointe Health and Rehabilitation The Jackson County Health Department noted on its website that there has been an outbreak of COVID-19 at Lee's Summit Pointe Health and Rehabilitation.There are 13…

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‘Let’s Save Some Lives’: A Doctor’s Journey Into the Pandemic

‘Let’s Save Some Lives’: A Doctor’s Journey Into the Pandemic  ‘Let’s Save Some Lives’: A Doctor’s Journey Into the Pandemic lets save some lives a doctors journey into the pandemic

There is no hope of outrunning the suffering that has settled into the hospital and the world around it, so Andrew Ibrahim laces up his blue waterproof sneakers and walks. In the time it has taken the daffodils to poke through the loamy soil and dapple Ann Arbor with pale yellow blossoms—about as long as…

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An Oral History of the Day Everything Changed

An Oral History of the Day Everything Changed  An Oral History of the Day Everything Changed an oral history of the day everything changed

In the end, as history will record, the story that would have been the biggest news on Wednesday, March 11—the story that in normal times might have been the biggest headline of the month—will hardly register in America’s memory: That morning, at 11:06 am, a judge sentenced Hollywood super-producer turned super-predator Harvey Weinstein to 23…

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Now Is the Time for Main Street Shops to Go Digital

Now Is the Time for Main Street Shops to Go Digital  Now Is the Time for Main Street Shops to Go Digital now is the time for main street shops to go digital

As Manhattan braced for lockdown in early March, the main street of Fredonia, New York, was still buzzing with activity. The town had been chosen as the location for season five of Small Business Revolution, a TV series hosted by Amanda Brinkman in which the shops in a particular community get a makeover, and filming…

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