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Employee Engagement Solutions, Safety Signage and More Tools and Resources

COVID-19 Business Update   Tools & Resources Safety Signage As businesses reopen and businesses, there is now a heavy focus on safety, hygiene, and distancing protocols. A great way to deliver those messages is with eye-catching and affordable COVID-19 safety signage from Indiesigns. The colorful, upbeat signage follows the latest safety regulations from the Centers for Disease Control and are designed by independent artists. They can be customized to include logos, company language and ti...
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2020 Democratic Party Platform Declares Total War on 2nd Amendment

An anti-gun protester proudly displays their ignorance. IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- The national Democratic Party is no longer making any attempt to hide their antipathy towards guns and gun owners. Where once the party attempted to tailor their anti-gun messaging to appear moderate and appeal to some gun owners, the   contains a full-throated assault on firearms ownership and a blueprint for undermining every aspect of Second Amendment rights. Viewed in historical context, the draft 2...
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Donald Trump claims Anthony Fauci 'wrong' about cause of Covid-19 surge

President again contradicts his own health expert after doctor highlights troubled US response to virusDonald Trump launched an extraordinary attack on his own top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, arguing against the doctor’s claim that high rates of infection in the US stem from a less aggressive reaction to the virus in terms of economic shutdowns and stay-at-home orders.“Wrong!” countered the president as he retweeted a video of Fauci making the point in recent congressional testi...
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Western Dental rebounds after laying off 504 workers

Western Dental and Orthodontics had to furlough more than 500 employees and close nearly all of its 250 California locations as business plummeted amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but offices are reopening and employees are returning to work. The temporary layoffs impacted call center supervisors, customer service workers, account managers, enrollment coordinators, administrative assistants, service representatives, billing employees and a variety of other positions. The company said most of the furl...
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A Summer Camp Took Almost Every Precaution. The Majority of Kids Still Got COVID-19.

As state officials across the country scramble to solidify plans to reopen schools in the fall, a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention analyzing the transmission rate at a Georgia overnight camp suggests that the spread of the coronavirus among students is inevitable. The study, released Friday, analyzed 597 children and staff who attended the overnight camp between June 21 and June 27. At the end of the week, 76 percent of campers who were tested came back positive—despi...
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The DNC Platform Goal is to End the Firearm Industry

By Larry Keane Biden and his cronies scheme about how to best destroy the Second Amendment. IMG NSSF U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Presumed Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, called the firearm industry “the enemy” from the debate stage one year ago. Now, the rest of the party plans to follow him in that announcement with the Democratic Platform that lays out an agenda to dismantle the firearm and ammunition industry and destroy Second Amendment rights in America. The DNC posted the part...
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LA County warns places of worship to stay outdoors; coronavirus deaths climb past 4,550

Los Angeles County Public health officials on Thursday, July 30, warned that places of worship holding gatherings indoors are defying county health orders and will soon be sent notices of violation. The warning came as the novel coronavirus claimed 41 more lives, bringing the total death toll in L.A. County to 4,552 ,and infected 2,628 more people, for a total of 185,872. More than 2,000 people are hospitalized with the virus, officials said, and 27% of confirmed cases are in intensive care unit...
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McConnell Calls for Second Round of Direct Coronavirus-Relief Payments

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he is in favor of a second round of direct stimulus payments to Americans after months of uncertainty within about the next coronavirus-relief bill."Speaking of building on what worked in the CARES Act, we want another round of direct payments, direct payments to help American families keep driving our national comeback," McConnell said in a floor speech.The massive $2.2 trillion coronavirus-relief package passed by Congress in March provi...
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Federal Immigration Officials Announce Plans for Resuming 'Remain in Mexico' Hearings during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Texas must continue to reopen safely and the U.S. Department of State and the Centers for Disease Control must lower their global health advisories before hearings resume.
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Trump calls Fauci 'alarmist' in Fox News Sunday interview – live

President insists he has a good relationship with FauciTrump’s strategy: paint Biden as puppet of ‘radical left’Robert Reich: Donald Trump has unified America – against him 6.29pm BST A sliver of good news from Vermont. The state has now gone 30 days without reporting a Covid-19 death, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. A total of 56 people have died from the virus in the rural, northeastern state but none since 19 June. 6.15pm BST Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has ...
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ICE Dodged Orders to Free Detainees—and Triggered an Outbreak

At the end of April, Florida federal Judge Marcia Cooke ruled that Immigration and Customs Enforcement prisons were such a tinderbox for the novel coronavirus that ICE had to begin efforts at letting people out. The dangers of the pandemic inside three immigrant-detention centers in the state threatened to put ICE on the wrong side of constitutional prohibitions on cruel and unusual punishment. Thousands of miles away, in Arizona, several lawsuits on behalf of people detained by ICE were in vari...
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LA County to expand coronavirus testing in lower income, minority areas

Addressing what public health officials called inequities that stemmed from systemic racism, Los Angeles County will expand coronavirus testing capacity in lower income and minority neighborhoods. Demand for testing is now outsourcing supplies, officials said, creating long lines and leaving access blocked for certain periods at county-designated testing sites. This week, officials tightened the medical criteria for getting a test. Effective today, priority is placed on those who have active sym...
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Hawaii delays reopening as COVID-19 cases and deaths rise, businesses concerned but poll shows majority of residents support cautious approach, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Ige announces reopening delay, via Facebook Live Hawaii Governor Delays Plan To Reopen To Tourists. All travelers — visitors as well as residents — will not be able to bypass quarantine with a negative test result until September. Civil Beat.Ige delays plan to reopen tourism until Sept. 1 amid COVID-19 surge on the mainland. In a major blow to the tourism industry, the governor has announced plans to delay until Sept. 1 a program that would allow trans-Pacific travelers to skip quarantine...
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Coronavirus Testing Czar Pushes Back on Trump’s Criticism of CDC Guidelines

Adm. Brett Giroir, the Assistant Secretary for Health who also leads the administration’s coronavirus testing efforts, on Sunday seemingly pushed back against President Donald Trump’s recent criticism of the Centers for Disease Control’s guidelines for reopening schools this fall.Last week, amid his aggressive pressure campaign to force all local school districts to fully reopen this fall despite a massive surge in coronavirus cases, President Donald Trump complained that the CDC’s guidance on s...
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Betsy DeVos Can’t Promise Teachers and Kids Won’t Get Sick After Reopening Schools

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Sunday morning couldn’t promise teachers, students and parents that they wouldn’t get sick from coronavirus if schools fully reopen this fall, as the Trump administration has been aggressively pushing for in recent days.DeVos and President Donald Trump launched a pressure campaign this past week to force and threaten state and local school districts to fully reopen schools for full-time, in-person learning. DeVos herself has said she wants all schools to commit...
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Oh Thank God...

Mark it, folks: July 11, the first time President Donald Trump wore a face mask in public during a raging pandemic. And all it took was more than 134,000 people dying from covid-19 for him to finally—finally—put one on. Read more...
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'The Covid-19 Threeball': PGA Tour players who tested positive allowed to tee off at Workday Charity Open

Three players on the PGA Tour will be allowed to tee off in the first round of the Workday Charity Open on Wednesday despite testing positive for coronavirus. Officials have decided to send the trio out in the same group - inevitably labelled 'The Covid-19 Threeball' - but whether this assuages the other players in the field - including Spain’s Jon Rahm, who would replace Rory McIlroy as world No 1 with victory in Ohio - remains to be seen. Nick Watney, Denny McCarthy and Dylan Frittel...
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As COVID Surges Again, Experts Forecast Hundreds Of Thousands More US Deaths

The United States could see hundreds of thousands more deaths this year than earlier anticipated, as COVID-19 cases surge across several states. Epidemiologists and demographers painted a dark picture in conversations with TPM, estimating that total U.S. COVID-19 deaths this calendar year could range from 260,000 to 500,000. Those projections of the total U.S. death toll in 2020 come as questions about the disease’s fatality rate persist, with new outbreaks in southern states leading to large...
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IU team develops statewide early ASD screening and evaluation system

A 2020 report from the Centers for Disease Control estimates that 1 in 54 children in the United States is identified each year with autism spectrum disorder.
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Word of the week: Long-hauler

“Survival is not recovery”—a phrase with roots in the language of sexual-abuse counseling—is turning out to have grim relevance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the World Health Organization reports that 80 percent of COVID infections are “mild or asymptomatic,” and most patients recover after one or two weeks, thousands of people now say they’ve been coping with serious symptoms for a month or longer. In online support groups, these people call themselves “long-haulers.” Ed Yong, who ...
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Bringing Employees Back to Work Safely

As parts of the country continue to emerge from the coronavirus shutdown, business owners are rethinking their workspaces to help their employees feel safe and productive. Many companies are opting to carry on with the work-from-home policies they started during this past March and April. Twitter and Square, for example, have both announced that their employees can continue to work remotely. My firm and media company, HJMT, is based in New York, an area of the country among those hit har...
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The Moskiller can eradicate mosquitoes from your backyard without any chemicals

As the summer surges forward, grilling and evenings in the backyard may be the only serious outdoor excursions many of us take this season. Yet even with all of our current problems, there’s one group who doesn’t care a bit about COVID-19 and will still look to make any trip you make outside into an uncomfortable disaster.   Mosquitoes. You hate ‘em. I hate ‘em. We all hate ‘em. The Centers for Disease Control calls them the world’s deadliest animal . And even though there may be some unkn...
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‘Unbelievable’: Experts Fume At CDC’s New Guidance For College In The Fall

New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control recommends against universities testing students, faculty and staff who are not displaying symptoms of COVID-19 and who have not knowingly interacted with an infected person upon their return to school. It has some experts up in arms, and, public health professionals told TPM, provides yet one more example of the problems with the U.S.’s lack of a national testing strategy.  “In spite of numerous legitimate concerns about the safety of r...
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CDC Official: This Is Just The Beginning of America's New Coronavirus Surge

This is just the “beginning” of a dangerous new wave of coronavirus cases that could become more deadly as it reaches an older population in the U.S., according to Dr. Anne Schuchat, Principal Deputy Director of the CDC. The U.S. has identified at least 2.59 million cases and over 126,000 deaths, the highest numbers…Read more...
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Pelosi Says It’s ‘Definitely Long Overdue’ For Mask Wearing Mandate

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Sunday said that it’s “definitely long overdue” for a federal mandate on wearing masks as coronavirus cases spike in several states during an interview on ABC News. After acknowledging that the Centers for Disease Control recommended the use of masks because it didn’t want to “offend the President,” Pelosi proceeded to tear into President Trump. “And the President should be example,” Pelosi said. “You know, real men wear masks. Be an example to the country ...
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Coronavirus may have infected 10 times more Americans than reported, CDC says

More than 2 million cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. may seem like a staggering figure – but government experts now believe the actual number may be ten times that. Officials from the Centers for Disease Control this week said more than 20 million people in the U.S. could have contracted the coronavirus, based on results from antibody testing. If that estimate is correct, there is a bit of good news attached to it - which is that the virus would have killed a much smal...
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Acting DHS head says U.S. doing 'great job' getting economy back up

The Trump administration is doing "a great job" reopening the country after lockdowns to contain the novel coronavirus outbreak, Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said on Sunday, as infections continued to spike in some key states. Wolf told NBC's "Meet the Press" program that the White House coronavirus task force was continuing to meet daily and the Centers for Disease Control had issued guidance to states on how to flatten the curve, including use of face masks.
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What is Diabetes, and its Symptoms if any?

Diabetes Weblog-Herbal Home Remedies Did you know that there are approximately 1.8 million new cases of diabetes diagnosed each year in the US. The Centers For Disease Control estimates that 1 in 3 babies born in the year 2000 will have diabetes, staggering. ...
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Schwarzenegger Says Anyone Who Politicizes Wearing Masks Is An ‘Absolute Moron’

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — California’s last Republican governor is siding with Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom on the statewide mask mandate. In a tweet on Thursday, Arnold Schwarzenegger gave a big endorsement to Newsom’s mask order as coronavirus cases have started to spike again. The former governor argued that the science is clear – and had harsh words for people who have come out against wearing masks. RELATED: California Issues Statewide Mask Mandate As Coronavirus Cases Spike Amid Reopening “It’s...
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McEnany won't wear mask at Tulsa Trump rally

The Centers for Disease Control recommends that Americans wear masks in public.
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