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Florida Megachurch Pastor Arrested for Holding 2 Large Sunday Services Defying “Safer At Home” Order

The pastor of a megachurch in Tampa Bay, Florida has been arrested after he broke the law by hosting not just one, but TWO packed out services on Sunday (Mar. 29), deliberately defying the law amid the coronavirus pandemic. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister said he decided Sunday night to seek an arrest warrant against River at Tampa Bay Church Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne for “repeatedly” violating social distancing orders from the president, CDC and local authorities. “His reckless di...
Tags: Florida, Crime, News, Cdc, Church, America, Jazz, Arrested, Hillsborough County, Tampa Bay Florida, TWO, Mugshot Madness, Howard Browne, You Big Dummy, Rodney Howard Browne, Tampa Bay Church

The 'Super Bad Transmittable Contagious Awful Virus' song, a parody of 'Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!'

You need this. So do I. Ladies and gentlemutants, this is Daniel Matarazzo performing his ode to coronavirus, 'Super Bad Transmittable Contagious Awful Virus!.' It's a parody of Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, from the 1964 musical 'Mary Poppins.' I love this man and I love his song so very much. Tom Lehrer, reincarnated, and stuck at home during a pandemic. LYRICS: Now when a virus comes along that’s spreading like a plague and POTUS and his lackeys have been nothing if not vague Well t...
Tags: Video, Music, News, Entertainment, Cdc, Funny, Disney, Daniel, Mary Poppins, Tom Lehrer, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Covid19, Making The Best Of It, Daniel Matarazzo

3-Week-Old Baby in New York is Youngest Person in U.S. to Test Positive for Coronavirus

A three-week-old baby in Long Island, New York has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, making the infant the youngest person in the United States to contract the disease. Fox News reported that the newborn was treated at NYU Winthrop Hospital in Mineola for several days, but is now home recuperating. The report comes amid fears from health experts that younger people are more susceptible to COVID-19 than they originally thought. As the coronavirus continues to plague the country, health ...
Tags: New York, News, California, Cdc, Babies, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, Jazz, Fox News, Andrew Cuomo, Long Island New York, Mineola, Long Island NY, Week Old Baby, Coronavirus

Kentucky Resident Who Attended “Coronavirus Party” Defying Social Distancing Orders Now Has Coronavirus

A group of young adults in Kentucky hosted a “coronavirus party” to defy orders from state and federal officials to socially distance, and now one of them has tested positive for coronavirus, Governor Andy Beshear said Tuesday (Mar. 24). Andy Beshear said the partygoers intentionally gathered “thinking they were invincible” and purposely defying guidance from state and federal officials to practice social distancing. “This is one that makes me mad,” the governor said. “We have to be much better ...
Tags: New York, News, Nbc, California, Cdc, Kentucky, France, White House, China, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, Italy, Jazz, Andrew Cuomo, Why Would You Do That

Long Beach band Wargirl’s European tour cut short amid worsening pandemic

Months ago, up-and-coming Long Beach band Wargirl mapped out a 14-performance tour that included stops in England, France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. As it turned out, however, the eclectic indie band flew unwittingly into the heart of a pandemic. As the band’s shifting itinerary crisscrossed Europe this month, the novel coronavirus outbreak worsened with each passing day. The stunning scenario in Italy — the country hit hardest by the outbreak outside China with 20,000 cases and early 2,...
Tags: Europe, Business, Music, England, London, Cdc, France, China, Germany, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Italy, Switzerland, Long Beach, Local News

Wie lange überlebt das Coronavirus auf verschiedenen Oberflächen?

Daily life in New York City, NYC of the subway commuting on 23 January 2020. Inside a crowded during rush hour train, carriage commuter wagon people are riding to commute the subway car to work or study in a city train of MTA. Most of the people are focused on their mobile phones. NY Manhattan subway metro is one of the oldest in the world. New York, USA (Photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Ich brauch dir ja nicht sagen, dass aktuell alles ein bisschen anders. Selbst die ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cdc, Berlin, Tipps, Welt, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Ganz, Wie, Bahn, U Bahn, Kopf, Oder, Wahl, Mund, Studie

Italy’s Coronavirus Death Toll Jumps by 368 to Over 1,800 in Just One Day, Setting New 24-Hour Record

Italy on Sunday (Mar. 15) reported its biggest one-day increase in the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths, according to multiple credible news agencies. The Associated Press reported that Italy recorded nearly 3,600 new cases and 368 deaths in one 24-hour period, as announced Sunday by Italy’s Civil Protection chief Angelo Borelli. In total, Italy has confirmed over 24,000 cases and more than 1,800 deaths. The country, which has been on lockdown since last week, reports that nearly 2,000...
Tags: News, Cdc, China, World news, Ap, United States, Italy, Jazz, World Health Organization, Cbs, Associated Press, Anthony Fauci, U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fauci, Civil Protection, Coronavirus

Coronavirus concerns postpone March performances at City National Grove of Anaheim

Nederlander Concerts, which books City National Grove of Anaheim, has announced that it will postpone the remainder of its concert events in March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. All tickets will be honored on the future date, and a spokesperson for The Grove said via a press release issued Thursday that Nederlander appreciated its patrons’ patience as they work to reschedule the performances. An evening with The Beatles’ cover band The Fab Four, which was scheduled for March 20, will now...
Tags: Music, Cdc, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Orange County, Concerts, Amy Grant, San Bernardino, Anaheim, Irvine Barclay Theatre, City National Grove, Grove, City National Grove of Anaheim, Downtown Los Angeles

New World Symphony Subbed Out Last Weekend’s Conductor Because He Went To Japan Last Month

“‘Out of an abundance of caution, the New World Symphony felt it was prudent for Cristian Măcelaru not to conduct the concert [Saturday] night after learning of his recent travels to Japan which is designated at level two re the coronavirus by the CDC,’ the orchestra, said in a statement released by a spokeswoman.” This despite the fact that Măcelaru is not ill and has tested negative for the virus. – South Florida Classical Review
Tags: Art, Music, Japan, Florida, Cdc, Cristian Macelaru, Măcelaru, New World Symphony, 03.09.20

Coronavirus Patient From China Went to North Star Mall in San Antonio for 2 Hours Before Returning to Quarantine

A woman who evacuated Wuhan, China and tested positive for the coronavirus in San Antonio, Texas was released from quarantine over the weekend after federal officials believed she was in the clear. However, officials said Monday (Mar. 2) in a news conference that the woman was returned to isolation after testing “weakly positive” for the virus, and while she was out of treatment for around 12 hours, she went to a local mall and hotel. According to officials, the woman met the criteria for releas...
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Mike Pence’s Track Record With The HIV Outbreak Makes Him Unfit To Tackle Coronavirus

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shutterstock (10545203o) United States Vice President Mike Pence listens as United States President Trump delivers remarks in the East Room of the White House, prior to signing an Executive Order to combat human trafficking and online child exploitation. White House Summit on Human Trafficking and Online Child Exploitation, The White House, Washington DC, USA – 31 Jan 2020 On Wednesday, President Trump appointed Vice President Mike Pence to tackle the coronaviru...
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CDC warns men about facial hair dangers as coronavirus spreads

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Your 2020 Guide On What To Give Up For Lent

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, which will last until Thursday, April 9, 2020. Even if you don’t participate in it, you may have some idea about what it is — kids at school might have talked about giving up chocolate for 40 days, for instance. For many practicing Christians, the season is meant to be a time to commit to your faith by abstaining from something you consider a pleasure or a distraction. People observe Lent in different ways. But despite its reputation, the holi...
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The South Carolina Debate Was A Hot Mess — Here’s What Happened

It’s debate time again, and all eyes are on South Carolina for what should be another heated battle between the seven remaining Democratic candidates. Since the Nevada debate less than a week ago, candidates have been gearing up with receipts — Sen. Elizabeth Warren forced former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg’s hand when he agreed to release women from his company’s NDAs. Meanwhile, former vice president Joe Biden came under fire after saying that he was arrested trying to see Nelson ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Cdc, New York City, Israel, Elizabeth Warren, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, America, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, United States, Nelson Mandela, Iowa, Warren

Will Everyone Pile On Bernie Tonight? Updates From South Carolina Democratic Debate

It’s debate time again, and all eyes are on South Carolina for what should be another heated battle between the seven remaining Democratic candidates. Since the Nevada debate less than a week ago, candidates have been gearing up with receipts — Sen. Elizabeth Warren forced former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg’s hand when he agreed to release women from his company’s NDAs. Meanwhile, former vice president Joe Biden came under fire after saying that he was arrested trying to see Nelson ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Cdc, New York City, Elizabeth Warren, America, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Nelson Mandela, Iowa, Warren, Medicare, Amy Klobuchar, Nevada, Biden

Why The Coronavirus Isn’t A Pandemic

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Darko Bandic/AP/Shutterstock (10566897b) A health worker wears protective suit at the infectious disease clinic in Zagreb, Croatia, where the first coronavirus case in Croatia is hospitalized, . Croatia confirmed its first case of coronavirus in a man who had been to Milan, the capital of Lombardy, Italy Virus Outbreak, Zagreb, Croatia – 25 Feb 2020 Since coronavirus was first detected in Wuhan, China on December 31, 2019, it has taken over headlines. And with a...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Japan, Milan, Cdc, China, Italy, Queensland, Croatia, Who, World Health Organization, Usa Today, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, Zagreb Croatia, U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Food Poisoning Or Stomach Bug? Here’s How To Tell

Whenever I have stomach issues, I lie and say I have a cold. As How I Met Your Mother once illustrated, if you tell someone you’re having tummy troubles, they’ll picture you doing all kinds of gross things. And the image of me throwing up — or worse — is not one I want to broadcast to friends, coworkers, and crushes. With my tracks covered, then I can start trying to figure out what’s behind my symptoms: Is it food poisoning? Is it a stomach flu? At first glance, the two illnesses often...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cdc, Kaiser Permanente, Moff, Santa Clara California, Stephen Moff

Coronavirus Outbreak Leads Washington’s National Symphony To Cancel Three Concerts In China

Said the NSO’s executive director, “The combination of warnings from the State Department and the CDC, and our flights were canceled; there was no way to get there and no way to get home.” The orchestra’s March tour will still include five concerts in Japan. – The Washington Post
Tags: Art, Music, Japan, Cdc, Washington, China, State Department, NSO, 02.04.20

ESPN Reporter Edward Aschoff Dies on Birthday & Christmas Eve After Brief Battle with Pneumonia

Rising ESPN reporter Edward Aschoff unexpectedly died on Christmas Eve which also happened to be his 34th birthday. “We are very sorry to have to share the devastating news of the tragic passing of friend and ESPN colleague Edward Aschoff,” ESPN shared in a statement on Tuesday. “He died earlier today, his 34th birthday. Our thoughts are with his loved ones, including his fiancée, Katy.” Aschoff’s exact cause of death was not released, but the young reporter had been suffering from pneumonia ...
Tags: News, Cdc, Sports, Pop Culture, Jazz, Cbs, Espn, Ed, Edward, Katy, Aschoff, Ryan McGee, Football Writers Association of America, R.I.P, Chris Low, Rob King

Trump Told Another Lie About Abortion At His Wisconsin Rally Last Night

In an effort to counter-program the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C., President Donald Trump held a rally in Wisconsin on Saturday. During the course of his speech, he reiterated a dangerous and overt lie about abortion.Speaking to the crowd, Trump mentioned how “your Democratic governor” — Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers — announced he will veto an abortion bill introduced and advanced by Republican state lawmakers. Now, the charged circumstances surrounding this legislation ha...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cdc, Washington, Senate, White House, Gop, New York Times, Wisconsin, Donald Trump, Trump, Donald J Trump, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Evers, Tony Evers, Ocasio Cortez

Meet The Mother Changing The Conversation Around Autism

Refinery29 is proud to team up with Mailchimp to celebrate the brand’s podcast series, Going Through It, in which women of note shed light on the seminal struggles in their lives — and how they’ve emerged triumphant. Ahead, meet one woman who embodies this very strength.Eileen Lamb speaks in a way that is near impossible to imitate. Her syllables come out rounded and quiet, with guttural French Rs and a Southern lilt that makes each sentence undulate. It’s like Paris and Austin are competing fo...
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The First FDA-Approved Drug For Postpartum Depression Is Here — But There's A Catch

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first drug to treat postpartum depression. According to the New York Times, on Tuesday, the FDA approved a drug called brexanolone to treat postpartum depression in adult women. The drug will be administered via injections into an IV and will be marketed under the name Zulresso.According to the Times, brexanolone — a synthetic form of the hormone allopregnanolone, a derivative of progesterone — begins to work to treat moderate to severe p...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cdc, US, Cnn, New York Times, Fda, Times, Elizabeth Holmes, Food and Drug Administration FDA, Antoni, University of Rochester Medical Center, Sage Therapeutics, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, Tiffany Farchione, Zulresso

Mom Who Carried Dying Daughter to Term to Donate Her Organs Says She’s Happy Giving “Other Babies a Second Chance at Life”

A mother who carried her dying daughter to term so that her tiny organs could be donated to other children in need called the situation “a huge heartbreak,” but also said she’s glad her baby was able to give “two other babies a second chance at life.”At some point during her pregnancy, 23-year-old Krysta Davis and her boyfriend Derek Lovett were told by doctors that their baby girl had been diagnosed with a rare, fatal brain condition called anencephaly, which is described by the CDC as “a serio...
Tags: Facebook, News, Cdc, Babies, Inspiration, Davis, Jazz, Organ Donation, Lovett, Human Interest, Sad News, Happy Giving, Krysta Davis, Derek Lovett, Rylei Arcadia Diane Lovett, People magazine It

What You Need To Know About The Mass Drug Overdose In California

On Saturday morning, there was a "mass drug overdose " at a home in Chico, CA, killing one person and sending 12 to the hospital. According to police, the drug overdose involved a combination of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid medication, and other substances, but it has yet to be confirmed.When police arrived on the scene, they administered CPR and six doses of naloxone, the nasal spray that reverses opioid overdoses. Chico Police Chief Michael O'Brien told NBC News that, had they not used naloxo...
Tags: Fashion, Music, California, Cdc, Mac Miller, Brien, Tom Petty, Michael O Brien, Centers for Disease Control CDC, Chico CA, SAMHSA National Helpline, Chico Enterprise Record, Chico Police, NBC News Fentanyl, Drug Police Alliance Non, BathsLisa Van Allen

The FDA Says It's Now Safe To Eat Romaine From Certain States

Update: The ban on all romaine lettuce is officially over. Last week, the CDC recommended staying away from romaine altogether while an on-going investigation — into an E. coli outbreak that impacted 43 people in 12 states — determined the source of the bacteria. According to the FDA, it has been determined that the E. coli can be traced back to California. "Romaine lettuce that was harvested outside of the Central Coast growing regions of northern and central California does not appear to be r...
Tags: Fashion, Music, California, Cdc, Canada, Fda, Central Coast, Centers for Disease Control, Caesar, Yuma Arizona, California Romaine

Abortions In America Hit Lowest Rate Since Roe V. Wade

Abortions in America are at their lowest rate since abortion was legalized, according to a new report from the CDC.The survey, released on Wednesday, revealed that abortions for women aged 15 to 44 dropped 24% nationwide between 2006 and 2015. The overall rate of abortions also declined by 2% (from 652,639) from 2014 to 2015.The abortion rate decreased for all age groups, but the largest decline was for teenagers between the ages of 15 and 19, where there was a decline of 54%.A cause was not sp...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mississippi, Cdc, America, Switzerland, Ohio, Roe V Wade, ACA, Phil Bryant, Guttmacher Institute

CDC Advises Against Eating Any Romaine Lettuce After E. Coli Outbreak

Put down that salad fork, everyone. The Centers for Disease Control have just released a pretty drastic warning, advising people in the U.S. and Canada not to eat any romaine lettuce , no matter where it's from. This is due to an outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli, which has so far sickened 32 people in 11 states, with 13 landing in the hospital. In Canada, another 18 people in two provinces were also infected.The reported illnesses all happened in October, but because the CDC has not i...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cdc, New York City, Canada, Chrissy Teigen, Centers for Disease Control, Caesar, Yuma Arizona

After After Party Episode 19: What's The Deal With Dress Codes?

Our host Sonia Denis is joined by Catherine Cohen, Diego Lopez, and Rebecca O'Neal to discuss the cultural implications of dress codes. Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop settles a lawsuit over a jade vaginal-egg and Honey Smacks gets recalled by the CDC. Our panelists discuss their own experience with dress codes and Rebecca even saw a rompam IRL.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Give Bradley Cooper's Gravel Voice An Oscar For A Star Is BornThe Oscars Just Scrapped Thi...
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Narcan Can Reverse Opioid Overdoses — & You Can Get It At CVS

Photographed by Jessica Nash; Illustrated by Elliot Salazar. This story was originally published on January 5, 2016 and details information about naloxone (sold under the brand name, Narcan), a nasal spray that was used to treat opioid emergencies including overdose. In light of recent news that Demi Lovato was reportedly given naloxone, we're republishing the story below. Currently, naloxone is a prescription drug, but there are access provisions in every state that allow people to obtain n...
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