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Last Updated Mar 25, 2020 7:33 PM EDT The coronavirus is spreading rapidly in the South, and hospitals are becoming overwhelmed. Louisiana, Florida and Georgia are facing alarming spikes, with more than 4,700 cases and 125 deaths in those states alone. There are more cases in the New Orleans area than there are in Los …

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has warned local officials not to hide new coronavirus cases, after the country reported several days of no locally transmitted infections in a major turnaround in its fight against the deadly pandemic. Li, the country’s second-in-command, urged local governments Monday to “seek truth from facts” and be “open and transparent” in releasing …

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota and Allina Health announced a community-based initiative calling on the public’s help to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers. Due to the nationwide shortage, both organizations are calling for a donation of factory-made N95 ear loop masks or for skilled volunteers to …

The critical shortage of protective N95 face masks — which filter out about 95% of all airborne particles — is putting nurses at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic, a Broward Health Medical Center nurse said on Friday night. Hospitals and clinics nationwide are dealing with a scarcity of personal protective equipment. The Associated Press reported …

Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Sunday that the Trump administration is not considering imposing domestic travel restrictions at the moment as the coronavirus crisis intensifies. “Travel restrictions within the country have not been seriously discussed,” Fauci said on ABC News’s “This Week.” “I mean, they’ve been …

The most critical thing to do is to dream it and do it. By Moqierish Tak* British philosopher and author James Allen wisely said, “A person is limited only by the thoughts that s/he chooses.” Women face immense difficulties in the pursuit of careers, specifically in technology and science, and these difficulties are larger within …

Students excited to go on their spring break trips are being told it could be dangerous amid the coronavirus outbreak and should consider canceling their trips, if they have not yet been canceled. Sylvia Goodman found out at 7 a.m. Tuesday that her trip to Israel with Northwestern’s journalism department is now cancelled due to …

While polling is notoriously difficult in Nevada, Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden have been jockeying for the lead in the Silver State for months now, with Sanders rising after his team built deep organizing roots in the state — particularly within the Latino community — some eight months ago. Sanders projected the confidence …

They treat us when we’re sick, but now medical workers say they fear for their own health and safety after a rash of assaults at California hospitals. Employees working in healthcare are four times more likely to experience workplace violence than other private employees according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. A recent …

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Firefly tourism is growing in countries including Mexico, Japan, Malaysia and India Firefly tourism is on the rise globally but scientists are warning it may contribute to risk of the insect’s extinction. “I spotted a hundred flickering lights, illuminating a palm like a Christmas tree.” “Our guide waved his …