- Jul 5, 2009
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The rising death toll comes as several US states are beginning to ease economic restrictions, despite warnings from experts and President Donald Trump.
In Georgia, which has one of the fastest re-opening timetables in the country, bowling alleys, spas, hair and nail salons, tattoo parlours and other personal care businesses will be allowed to resume operations.
On Monday, Georgia will allow dine-in restaurants and theatres to re-open.
During Thursday's task force briefing, President Donald Trump said he "wasn't at all happy" with the state's Republican Governor, Brian Kemp, nor were his team of experts.
Two reasons:Why do we need a seprate thread when one already exists for this:
So I’ve been wondering and doing a little research. How much worse is this virus compared to previous flu seasons? Last year in my family 3 people had H1N1 and my mum got seriously ill and was in ICU. We heard of 3 deaths from H1N1 last year in our immediate community yet nothing was...mybroadband.co.za
Don't you think its a bit harsh to expect the good minister to throw people in prison when he already condemned them to hell.He is still more moral than every single government in the world.
How many people has he thrown in prison for not paying the tithe?
Just proves again there are only 4 types of Trump supportersShe said more people have died in cross-stitching accidents than coronavirus infections. Now COVID-19 has killed her...www.lgbtqnation.com
He was likely already infected when he posted a misleading meme that claimed that media coverage of the ongoing pandemic was a political attack on President Trump...www.lgbtqnation.com
Bishop Gerald Glenn told a congregation in March that 'god is larger than this dreaded virus' last month, but died from the disease in hospital on Saturday nightwww.mirror.co.uk
That article was a week ago. New article here:Stop the strict lockdown and open the economy now – Economist South Africa cannot afford to close the economy in the draconian way the government has done so as part of its national lockdown measures. This is the view of economist Mike Schussler, who was presenting on the impact of COVID-19 on...mybroadband.co.za
In a deleted tweet, the clinic said the vice-president had been notified in advance of its policy requiring masks.
Mr Pence leads the White House coronavirus taskforce.
Mr Pence defended his decision to flout hospitals rules as necessary in order to meet with staff and patients.
"As vice-president of the United States, I'm tested for the coronavirus on a regular basis, and everyone who is around me is tested for the coronavirus," he said.
"And when the CDC issued guidelines about wearing a mask, it was their recognition that people that may have the coronavirus could prevent the possibility of conveying the virus to someone else by wearing a mask.
"And since I don't have the coronavirus, I thought it would be a good opportunity for me to be here, to be able to speak to these researchers, these incredible healthcare personnel, and look them in the eye and say thank you."