Posts Tagged: COVID19

Fauci Says Pandemic Likely Won’t Improve By Holidays

In case you thought COVID would calm down by Christmas, you might want to think again. Dr. Anthony Fauci, America’s leading infectious disease expert, told USA Today that he doesn’t expect the pandemic situation to improve before the end of the year. With coronavirus cases and deaths currently surging, Fauci admits, “I don’t see it being any… Read more »

“Knowvember” Pushes Residents To Get Free COVID-19 Tests

Before the Holidays City officials in Salem, Massachusetts have launched, Knowvember. The initiative will provide free COVID testing over the next two months. As people prepare for the holidays and to be around family and friends, the idea is for people to get two COVID tests in November and two in December. This will allow officials… Read more »

‘Major Breakthrough’ In Coronavirus Treatment

Researchers at Oxford University are hailing a steroid called dexamethasone as a “major breakthrough” for treating coronavirus. The drug reduced death rates by one third in “severely ill” COVID-19 patients who were on ventilators or oxygen.  Dexamethasone is already a cheap and widely available treatment for arthritis and inflammation. Now UK officials are fast-tracking it… Read more »

Man wore KKK hood in store

Authorities are investigating after a man was spotted Saturday wearing a home-make Ku Klux Klan hood inside a Santee, California Vons supermarket. According to a San Diego County Sheriff’s Department press release, authorities weren’t called to the scene at the time but are aware and will “pursue any appropriate criminal charges.” What charges are appropriate?… Read more »

Janelle Monae’ Helps Battle Hunger in Atlanta Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As the epidemic of hunger has sky-rocketed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the outspoken and beautiful songstress Janelle Monáe is helping families in Atlanta who are battling food insecurity. Watch as Monae tells WSB-TV Atlanta, that she recently teamed up with nonprofit organizations a to distribute over 5,000 free meals to individuals in need. She told the station that… Read more »


Do you agree that college campuses should reopen? Vice President Mike Pence jumped onto a conference call with the College Football Playoff Management Committee to discuss the Coronavirus impact. The committee asking to hopefully get a date as to if the universities will be able to reopen for college football. Though that had a clear… Read more »