A global pandemic of the สล็อต1บาทnovel coronavirus has
now killed at least 12,893 people in the United States.
The U.S. has more cases than any other country, with
over 398,000 people diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease
caused by the new เกมส์ยิงปลาออนไลน์respiratory virus, according to data
compiled by the Center for Systems Science and
Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
Worldwide, more than 1.42 million people have been
diagnosed with COVID-19 แทงบอลไทยลีกand at least 82,074 of them
have died since the virus emerged in China in December.
The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due
to testing shortages, many unreported cases and
suspicions that some sagame66governments are hiding the
scope of their nations' outbreaks.
Longtime singer-songwriter John Prine has died
of coronavirus, his representative told ABC News.
"Widely lauded as one of the most influential
songwriters of his generation, John’s impact
will continue to inspire musicians for years
to come," the Recording Academy said in a statement.
The 73-year-old had recently been checked into
Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville,
Tennessee, suffering from COVID-19, his family said in late March.
Prine was nominated for 11 Grammy Awards in his
career and took home two trophies and he was just
announced as a 2020 Recording Academy Lifetime
Achievement Award recipient. He won awards for
best contemporary folk album for "The Missing
Years" in 1992 and another for "Fair & Square" in 2006.
He earned praise from a litany of legendary
singers, including Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash,
both of whom cited him as one of their favorite artists.
San Diego officials announced an ambitious plan to
curb the spread of COVID-19 among its substantial homeless population.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the city is directing
millions of dollars to a shelter-at-home operation
that will turn the San Diego Convention Center into
a temporary home for hundreds of people currently living in the streets.
San Diego has the fourth-highest homeless population
in the country, behind New York City, Los Angeles and
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the city is
implementing a policy effective Friday requiring workers
in grocery stores, drug stores, restaurants, hotels, taxi
and ride-share companies and construction sites to wear
nonmedical face coverings while at work. In addition,
customers entering their businesses must also wear face
coverings or they could be refused service.
There were 550 new confirmed cases in Los Angeles
County in the past 24 hours -- a 9% increase from the
day before - bringing the total to 6,936 confirmed cases.
The death toll rose to 169 overall with 22 reported in
the last day, an increase of 15% from the prior day.
Garcetti also appointed a chief logistical officer who
will be in charge of procuring PPE for medical staff and first responders.
Concerns over the rising number of coronavirus cases
have led first responders in Utah to seek an usual solution.
Members of Utah's Unified Fire Authority have begun
converting specialized trucks used for fighting brushfires
into ambulances for responding to COVID-19 calls.
"What we have done is prepare them for medical
response calls, which is something we have never used
them for before," said UFA’s Matthew McFarland.
The retrofitted vehicles are being stocked with ambulance
equipment and supplies -- but they won't be used for transporting patients.
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