September 20, 2021

Day: September 5, 2021

Miscellaneous

Americans Find Comfort in Pets During COVID Pandemic

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA – For many Americans, pets offer a rare source of comfort during uncertain times. Dog lovers are quick to say their pets aren’t just companions, they’re like members of the family. “I’m really happy to have Bentley,” said teenager Aisha Simmons, as she walked the black Labrador retriever around her neighborhood in Alexandria, […]

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Miscellaneous

3 New Coronavirus Deaths in Australia

Australia recorded three new COVID-19 deaths in its most populous state of New South Wales and nearly 1,500 new cases of the coronavirus disease on Sunday. Speaking to reporters in Sydney, New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the peak of the most recent outbreak was expected “in the next couple of weeks.” Regarding the […]

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Miscellaneous

Brazil-Argentina World Cup Qualifier Halted by COVID-19 Controversy

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL – Brazil’s World Cup qualifying match against Argentina was dramatically suspended shortly after it began Sunday as controversy over COVID-19 protocols erupted. The match at Sao Paulo’s Neo Quimica Arena between the two giants of South American football came to a halt when a group of Brazilian public health officials came onto […]

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Miscellaneous

Hospitals in Crisis in Mississippi, the Least Vaccinated US State

JACKSON, MISS. – As patients stream into Mississippi hospitals one after another, doctors and nurses have become all too accustomed to the rampant denial and misinformation about COVID-19 in the nation’s least vaccinated state. People in denial about the severity of their own illness or the virus itself; visitors frequently trying to enter hospitals without […]

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Health Protection

COVID-19: Tally 95,300 with 461 New Cases

The tally of COVID-19 in Cambodia jumped to 95,300 this morning after 461 new cases were reported. According to a press release of the Ministry of Health, 146 of the new infections were imported, while the rest were linked to the Feb. 20 community outbreak. Meanwhile, the ministry registered 411 recoveries, but 7 new deaths; […]

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