Coronavirus hospitalizations continue to drop in Orange County; no new COVID deaths reported – KABC-TV

ANAHEIM, Calif. (CNS) -- Orange County officials on Sunday reported 170 new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths, bringing the county's totals to 50,930 cases with 1,093 fatalities.Hospitalizations in the county continued to drop, falling from 215 Saturday to 196, while the number of intensive care unit patients dropped from 65 to 58, according…

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Coronavirus, Indoor Dining, Toy Soldiers: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

Coronavirus, Indoor Dining, Toy Soldiers: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing  Coronavirus, Indoor Dining, Toy Soldiers: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing coronavirus indoor dining toy soldiers your wednesday evening briefing

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good evening. Here’s the latest.ImageCredit...Doug Mills/The New York Times1. President Trump minimized the dangers of the coronavirus even though he knew it was highly contagious and deadly, according to a new book by Bob…

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Help! What Are the Best Precautions When Traveling by Car?

Help! What Are the Best Precautions When Traveling by Car?  Help! What Are the Best Precautions When Traveling by Car? help what are the best precautions when traveling by car

Tripped UpOur columnist answers your coronavirus-related questions about health and safety on road trips.Credit...Daniel FishelDear Tripped Up,I am 78 and my wife is 76; we’re both in good health. We are planning to drive from Chicago to Santa Monica before Thanksgiving. We are concerned about how to handle hotels, meals, bathrooms and gas stops during…

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‘I Am Stuck Until That Border Opens’: Marooned in Paradise

‘I Am Stuck Until That Border Opens’: Marooned in Paradise  ‘I Am Stuck Until That Border Opens’: Marooned in Paradise i am stuck until that border opens marooned in paradise

POINT ROBERTS, Wash. — A home that long seemed like paradise is lately beginning to feel more like Alcatraz.A five-square-mile drop of land clinging to the southern end of British Columbia with views of snow-capped Mt. Baker to the east and the San Juan Islands to the south, Point Roberts is detached from the rest…

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The F.D.A. Commissioner’s Fuzzy Math

The F.D.A. Commissioner’s Fuzzy Math  The F.D.A. Commissioner’s Fuzzy Math the fda commissioners fuzzy math

Opinion|The F.D.A. Commissioner’s Fuzzy MathStephen Hahn made misleading remarks about a coronavirus treatment. How did that happen?By The Editorial BoardThe editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom.Aug. 25, 2020The F.D.A. commissioner, Dr. Stephen Hahn, on Sunday…

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A case of coronavirus reinfection shows the complexities of the pandemic

A case of coronavirus reinfection shows the complexities of the pandemic  A case of coronavirus reinfection shows the complexities of the pandemic a case of coronavirus reinfection shows the complexities of the pandemic

The scary thing finally happened: someone caught the coronavirus twice and got sicker the second time around. A 25-year-old man in Nevada got COVID-19 in March, got better in April, and got sick again in May. He had worse symptoms on the second bout, bad enough that he had to be hospitalized. Three other cases…

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World Health Organization advises kids 12 and older should wear masks to prevent coronavirus spread

World Health Organization advises kids 12 and older should wear masks to prevent coronavirus spread  World Health Organization advises kids 12 and older should wear masks to prevent coronavirus spread world health organization advises kids 12 and older should wear masks to prevent coronavirus spread

The World Health Organization has released its guidance on face masks for children, as students— in some parts of the country at least— return to their classrooms to start the new school year. Children age 5 and younger shouldn’t be required to wear masks, the WHO says, since most are not able to put them…

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Coronavirus Live Updates: Latest News and Analysis

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South Korea warns of another outbreak tied to a church. Mitt Romney blasts President Trump’s handling of the pandemic.Published Aug. 15, 2020Updated Aug. 21, 2020ImageTeachers gathered to protest against reopening school in Phoenix in July.Credit...Ross D. Franklin/Associated PressA teachers’ strike closes down a school district in Arizona that was set to begin classes on Monday.A…

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Coronavirus: Getting a flying fix without going abroad

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption With many flights cancelled, companies are trying to give travel fans a sense of nostalgia As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ground many flights, people are looking for ways to get their flying fix without travelling abroad. With that in mind, numerous companies are coming up with ways of catering…

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Why can’t humans digest corn? – Live Science

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Home News (Image: © Shutterstock) Corn has a way of staying intact from plate to poop. The bright yellow kernels found in our favorite summer dishes can show up — seemingly undigested — in the bathroom hours later. How does corn survive the digestive system? And maybe more importantly, should you even eat a food…

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