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Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 06, 2020
What you need to know about the coronavirus right now
Hundreds of scientists say there is evidence that the novel coronavirus in smaller particles in the air can infect people and they are calling for the World Health Organization (WHO) to revise its recommendations, the New York Times reported on Saturday. "Especially in the last couple of months, we have been stating several times that we consider airborne transmission as possible but certainly not supported by solid or even clear evidence," Dr Benedetta Allegranzi, the WHO's technical lead of infection prevention and control, was quoted as saying. India now has the world's third-highest number of novel coronavirus cases behind Brazil and the United States, at nearly 700,000, according to the latest data, as the outbreak shows no sign of slowing.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Virus pushes US hospitals to the brink, India hits record new cases
Officials at the epicenter of the worsening coronavirus crisis in the United States warned Sunday their hospitals were in danger of being overwhelmed by the upsurge, as India registered a record number of new cases. In signs of progress, Formula One returned with the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix held behind closed doors, while the Louvre museum in Paris will reopen on Monday after a 16-week shutdown. The US has struggled to respond to the devastation wrought by the virus, with its national death toll rising to near 130,000 out of 2.8 million confirmed cases, and many states hit by increasing infections after lockdowns were eased.

India just surpassed Russia to become the country with the 3rd-highest number of coronavirus infections (Yahoo Tech - Apple Mac)

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
FDA commissioner refuses to comment on Trump's claim that 99 percent of coronavirus cases are 'harmless'
Trump calls 99% of COVID cases "harmless" in his July 4 speech. FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn refused to comment on the claim.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Taj Mahal remains shut as India reports record daily virus cases
India's top tourist attraction the Taj Mahal will remain shut, officials said Sunday, as the vast nation registered a record daily number of coronavirus cases and opened a sprawling treatment centre in the capital to fight the pandemic. The health ministry reported just under 25,000 cases and 613 deaths in 24 hours -- the biggest daily spike since the first case was detected in late January. The surge took India's total tally to more than 673,000 cases and 19,268 deaths, pulling the country closer to surpassing badly-hit Russia, the world's third-most infected nation.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Rocket Lab: Latest mission from New Zealand lost in flight
An Electron rocket launched from New Zealand's North Island fails in flight, destroying its satellites.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Third highest single-day total, 10,059, pushes Florida past 200,000 COVID-19 cases
It took three months, from early March to June 22, for Florida to cross 100,000 new confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Applebee's employee dies in parking lot while celebrating July 4, Texas police say
Workers had just closed the restaurant for the night, police say.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Protesters mourn the killing of a Black transgender woman in Pompano Beach
Following the shooting death of a Black transgender woman in South Florida on Friday, about 25 people gathered Sunday afternoon in Pompano Beach to mourn her death.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Bolton: Trump claim he wasn't told of Russia bounty report is 'not how system works'
Ex-national security adviser also says any decision to withhold intelligence would ‘certainly not' be ‘made only by the briefer' * Trump uses Fourth of July to stoke division on virus and raceDonald Trump's claim not to have been briefed about intelligence suggesting Russia paid Taliban-linked militants to kill US soldiers is "just not the way the system works", former national security adviser John Bolton said on Sunday.Bolton was appearing on Face the Nation, the Sunday talk show from ViacomCBS, the communications giant which owns Simon & Schuster, the publisher which put out Bolton's Trump White House memoir, The Room Where It Happened, over the president's objection.Elsewhere, former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice said Bolton would have known about the bounties intelligence while he was in the role, which he left in September 2019, and would therefore have briefed Trump himself."I don't buy this story that he was never briefed," Rice told NBC's Meet The Press. "I believe that … when the information first came to light in 2019, my successor, John Bolton, would have walked straight into the Oval Office, as I would have, and informed the president of this intelligence."Bolton's book, a tell-all which sold nearly 800,000 copies in its first week in stores, is named for the Oval Office and contains numerous shocking descriptions of Trump's behaviour. But it does not mention the alleged bounties plot."I'm not going to disclose classified information," Bolton t

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
This Aircraft Carrier Was Built for Waging War During World War II. It Made History a Different Way.
Today the supercarrier isn't really such a novel concept, but in the early Cold War, this wasn't so readily apparent. This carrier changed that.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
‘We all need to come together': Ernst distances herself from Trump's weekend rhetoric
The Iowa senator said many of the nation's protesters are peaceful.

Moscow Has a Field Day With Trump's Fireworks at Mt. Russia-More (Yahoo Tech - Apple Mac)

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 05, 2020
Predominantly Black armed protesters march through Confederate memorial park in Georgia
The protesters all carried rifles, including military-type weapons, and some wore ammunition belts slung over their shoulders. Although African Americans appeared to account for the bulk of the marchers, protesters of various races, men and women alike, were among the group. One video clip showed a leader of the demonstrators, who was not identified, shouting into a loudspeaker in a challenge to white supremacists who historically have used Stone Mountain as a rallying spot of their own.

GizmodoJul 04, 2020
Trump Sees Zero Irony in Ordering the Creation of 'American Heroes' Garden During Photo Op on Stolen Land
In the shadow of Mount Rushmore on Friday, President Donald Trump decided to celebrate the nation's Independence Day by launching a diatribe against liberals, cancel culture, and the "angry mobs" of protestors toppling statues of colonizers and white supremacists. While that may just sound like another Friday at this…


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