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Mystery In Wuhan: Recovered Coronavirus Patients Test Negative ... Then Positive 

 

A spate of mysterious second-time infections is calling into question the accuracy of COVID-19 diagnostic tools even as China prepares to lift quarantine measures to allow residents to leave the epicenter of its outbreak next month. It's also raising concerns of a possible second wave of cases.

From March 18-22, the Chinese city of Wuhan reported no new cases of the virus through domestic transmission — that is, infection passed on from one person to another. The achievement was seen as a turning point in efforts to contain the virus, which has infected more than 80,000 people in China. Wuhan was particularly hard-hit, with more than half of all confirmed cases in the country.

But some Wuhan residents who had tested positive earlier and then recovered from the disease are testing positive for the virus a second time. Based on data from several quarantine facilities in the city, which house patients for further observation after their discharge from hospitals, about 5%-10% of patients pronounced "recovered" have tested positive again.

Some of those who retested positive appear to be asymptomatic carriers — those who carry the virus and are possibly infectious but do not exhibit any of the illness's associated symptoms — suggesting that the outbreak in Wuhan is not close to being over.

npr

Tags: Coronavirus, Effect, Environment, Health, Illness, Safety, Science, Study, Test, Treatment, World

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29-Mar-2020


Tone-deaf NYU dean sends video of herself dancing to students seeking tuition refunds 


 

Hundreds of students at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts demanded a partial tuition refund since spring classes were moved online amid the coronavirus pandemic –and their dean responded with a bizarre video of herself dancing to REM’s “Losing my Religion.’’

As of Friday evening, a Change.org petition started by NYU students has garnered more than 2,600 signatures from people seeking the tuition relief.

Students say online classes and remote learning via video conferencing app’s like Zoom are not worth the school’s $58,000-a-year tuition.

The petition is pushing for the NYU Board of Trustees “to refund a portion of our Spring 2020 tuition paid for the resources, universally deemed crucial to arts education, lost in the recent switch to remote teaching.”

NY Post

Tags: $, All Rights, Education, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Hostility, Maturity, Refund, Responsibility, Social Media, Treatment, Tuition, Video, Youth

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28-Mar-2020


JoAnn Fabrics Employees Are Furious They're Working in Crowded Stores After the Company Declared Itself ‘Essential’ 

 

Well-intentioned crafters have been flocking to JoAnn Fabrics this week for free, do-it-yourself mask and gown kits so they can make crucial medical gear that’s currently in short supply at hospitals treating coronavirus patients around the country.

But several employees who spoke to VICE News felt the company hadn’t considered their health and safety — or their customers’ — before making the decision to declare stores “essential,” remain open during states’ lockdowns, and launch an effort to draw even more shoppers.

At one store location in Colorado Springs, employees even picketed outside their store Wednesday. They stood a safe distance apart while holding signs that read “our health over their profit” and “fair wages for retail workers.”

Vice

Tags: $, All Rights, Business, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Fear, Health, Retail, Safety, Support, Treatment, Vulnerable

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27-Mar-2020


Parents Say School Expelled Elementary Students After Raising Coronavirus Concerns 

 

As the second full week of school closures comes to an end, many Bay Area parents are anxiously waiting to hear that it’s safe for their kids to return to class. But for a group of parents in the South Bay, their kids still won’t be allowed back on campus when classrooms reopen after administrators decided to withdraw their children from school in a move that left parents stunned.

The school’s decision comes after a series of critical Facebook comments from parents questioning the school’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I was devastated,” a parent told NBC Bay Area when she learned her child is no longer enrolled. “I feel the school is just retaliating against us.”

NBC Bay Area

Coronavirus Heroes Are Getting Tossed From Their Homes by Scared Landlords

'It's just despair': Many Americans face coronavirus with no water to wash their hands

Tags: Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Education, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Home, Inhumanity, Interference, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Psychology, Real Estate, Rejection, Responsibility, Safety, Self Interest, Termination, Threat, Treatment, Water, Youth

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26-Mar-2020


This game-changing trick will keep your avocados fresh for MONTHS - and you only need a freezer and a working tap 

 

A clever health food aficionado has shared her foolproof trick for keeping avocados fresh for months, and you'll only need a freezer and some hot water.

Bethany Ugarte, who is based in California, uploaded an Instagram video showing exactly what she did to keep her Hass avocado ripe and ready to eat after four months in the freezer.

Notorious for being ill-timed in their ripening, Bethany was determined to use her avocado for cooking after freezing it in time 121 days ago.

Daily Mail

Tags: Food, Instructional, Ripe, Storage, Survival, Treatment, Video

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25-Mar-2020


Coronavirus and work: Fla. employee says she was fired after asking to work from home 

 

A Tallahassee, Florida, worker says she was fired from her job after she asked to work from home amid coronavirus concerns.

Katherine Webster, 25, has an autoimmune illness called interstitial cystitis, and her 9-year-old son has diabetes and asthma.

As health authorities advise social distancing and local schools close through March, the local mom was afraid of potentially getting the virus from the office and bringing it home to her already-ill son.

She's a project engineer for Tower Construction Management, which is contracted by Robert Finvarb Companies to build the interior of the AC Hotel by Marriott being constructed as part of the Cascades Project, a $158 million mixed-use development in downtown Tallahassee.

USA Today

Tags: $, Awareness, Backlash, Business, Coronavirus, Disease, Employment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Health, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Portrait, Punishment, Safety, Social Distancing, Support, Survival, Treatment, Vulnerable

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25-Mar-2020


How we know ending social distancing will lead to more deaths, in one chart 

 

President Donald Trump already wants to pull back social distancing policies and guidances implemented in response to the coronavirus pandemic. But we know, based on the nation’s history with past outbreaks, what will happen if we do this too early: People will die.

In 1918, the world was ravaged by a horrible flu pandemic, which was linked to as many as 100 million deaths globally and about 675,000 deaths in the US. In response, cities across America adopted a variety of social distancing measures to combat the pandemic. Based on several studies of the period, these measures worked to reduce the death toll overall.

But many cities, also worried about the effects of social distancing on normal life and the economy, pulled back their social distancing efforts prematurely. When they did, they saw flu cases — and deaths — rise again.

Vox

Tags: Choices, Coronavirus, Damage, Environment, Govt, Health, History, Lifestyle, Nature, Policy, Politics, Population, Quarantine, Safety, Study, Treatment, Virus, Warning, World

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25-Mar-2020


‘Walking Dead’ actor Daniel Newman ‘disgusted’ by $9K coronavirus test bill 

 

Even celebrities can’t get their coronavirus test results in the United States — just the bill.

After having a colleague test positive for COVID-19 and developing minor symptoms himself, “The Walking Dead” actor Daniel Newman sought to be tested in Georgia. He called around and discovered his own doctor and many urgent-care clinics didn’t even have the tests available. When he finally found a large hospital in Atlanta that did have them, it was only after Newman was recognized for his role on the AMC horror TV series that he was given one.

“Preferential treatment is disgusting,” Newman, 38, tells CNN of being among the few to receive a test for the novel coronavirus. But apparently, even fame isn’t enough to get the results of the test — only an invoice to the tune of $9,116.

NY Post

Tags: $, Bi, Celebrity, Coronavirus, Discrimination, Environment, Health, LGBTQ, Medical, Responsibility, Safety, Test, Treatment, Warning

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24-Mar-2020


My Partner Offered a Certain Sex Act to Do the Taxes—Then Backed Out 

 

Dear How to Do It,

I’m a procrastinator; my partner is a do-it-yesterday-er. Earlier this year, I was kvetching about doing my taxes. My partner, by way of motivation, said “Get ‘em done and I’ll blow you.” Because my partner is very Good at That, I got to work immediately, but was held up by some missing paperwork. Flash forward to now, and the missing form is in hand. Pleased with myself for filing, I mentioned to my partner that I’d be taking that BJ at their next earliest convenience. They scoffed and told me I can’t expect an IRS EZBJ 2+ months after the fact. I call breach of contract! We’ve agreed to abide by your ruling, so what say you? (P.S.: There’s plenty of non-IRS oral going around both ways here, but I want my refund!)

—Depth and Taxes

Slate

Tags: Advice, All Rights, Choices, Relationships, Sex, Treatment

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23-Mar-2020


Parents are losing their minds having kids home during coronavirus 

 

Home sweet home? More like home fresh hell.

New York City parents are losing their minds trying to balance working from home and playing teacher to their cooped-up kids amid the coronavirus outbreak. Schools shut down Monday, leaving mom and dad to their own devices.

“It’s definitely chaos,” says a 37-year-old Brooklyn lawyer and mom of two, who asked to withhold her name for work reasons. “Everything is out. Toys are everywhere. It’s complete mayhem in here. Do you know how hard it is to research and write while I have two f?ucking kids running around?”

NY Post

Tags: Children, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Investment, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Responsibility, Safety, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, World

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19-Mar-2020


CORONAVIRUS CA MAN DIES AT 34. Recently Visited Disney World In FL. 

 

A 34-year-old man has died in California after testing positive of coronavirus just days ago, and 2 weeks after visiting Walt Disney World and Universal Studios in Florida ... TMZ has learned.

Jeffrey Ghazarian died Thursday morning at a Pasadena hospital after spending 5 days hooked up to a ventilator and battling for his life ... according to his family.

His sister says ... "He suffered a lot and put up a good fight. We will miss our Jeff everyday but we are thankful for all the fun happy memories of the times we had together."

Jeff's timeline regarding his COVID-19 infection is terrifying and should be eye-opening for people of all ages. According to his family, he flew from L.A. to Orlando on March 2 for a work conference, but stayed a few extra days to visit Disney World and Universal theme parks with friends.

TMZ

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Death, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Safety, Travel, Treatment

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19-Mar-2020


Philadelphia schools, citing inequity, won't teach online 

 

The Philadelphia School District will not offer remote instruction during the coronavirus shutdown, the superintendent announced Wednesday, citing equity concerns in a city where many students lack computers or high-speed internet at home.

School districts nationwide have been wrestling with the same issues as they explore ways to keep children engaged as classrooms are shuttered for weeks or longer.

In Philadelphia, where some teachers had been offering forms of optional remote instruction on their own, Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said at a City Hall news conference that no students will be required to log on to a computer or submit assignments.

"If that’s not available to all children, we cannot make it available to some,” Hite said.

ABC News

Tags: $, Children, Choices, Contagion, Coronavirus, Education, Environment, Exclusivity, Inclusion, Parental Burden, Poor, Privilege, Treatment, Youth

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18-Mar-2020


A Louisiana pastor defies a state order and holds a church service with hundreds of people 

 

On Tuesday night, just before the police arrived, Pastor Tony Spell stood in the pulpit of his Louisiana church and delivered a message to hundreds of worshipers before him and fellow believers around the world.

"I just want to encourage the religious world tonight, Amen!," Spell said in a sing-song voice, building to the crest of his sermon.

"Keep going to church! Keep on worshiping God! ... The church is a hospital for the sick! It's a place of healing for the brokenhearted!"

In holding services for so many followers at his Life Tabernacle Church in Baton Rouge, Spell defied an emergency order by Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards banning public or private gatherings with more than 50 people to stop the spread of Covid-19.

"I feel the Covid-19 scare is politically motivated," Spell told CNN. He estimated his church hosted about 300 people for Tuesday's service.

CNN

Pastor who laid hands on Trump says avoiding coronavirus is for “pansies”

'If I get corona, I get corona' — spring break partiers go viral for ignoring coronavirus risks

Kodak Black Laughs Off Coronavirus Pandemic While Behind Bars

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Contagion, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Health, Hostility, Interference, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Religion, Safety, Survival, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, Weird

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18-Mar-2020


McDonald’s worker allegedly rubbed a bun on the floor, spat on it, then served it to a police officer. Now she is facing a felony charge. 

 

A former McDonald's worker has been ordered to stand trial on a felony charge of willfully poisoning food after she allegedly spit on a hamburger before serving it to a police officer.

Tatyana Hargrove, then 21 years old, was arrested last November in Bakersfield, California, and is due in court March 23.

She is accused of rubbing a hamburger bun on the floor of the restaurant and then spitting in it while preparing an order for a uniformed police officer using the drive-thru, KGET-TV reported.

Hargrove also allegedly shouted, "Black lives matter" and "fuck the pigs!" during the incident.

The Blaze

Tags: Choices, Court, Crime, Employment, Environment, Hate, Health, Hostility, Interference, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Parental Crime, Police, Racism, Toxic, Treatment

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16-Mar-2020


'Our 13-year-old was brainwashed into thinking she’s transgender': Parents accuse school of secretly allowing girl to attend ‘radicalising’ mentoring sessions that convinced her that she was really a boy 

 

A school has been accused of secretly allowing a 13-year-old girl to attend ‘radicalising’ mentoring sessions that convinced her that she was transgender.

Ashleigh and Ged Barnett allege that until the one-to-one sessions began last September, their daughter appeared comfortable in her body and showed little interest in transgender issues.

But they say she had changed completely by November, sporting a short haircut and talking about feeling that she was really a boy.

They were confused by the transformation until they met her headteacher to discuss another matter and learned that their daughter had been having weekly sessions with the head of the school’s LGBT group.

Mrs Barnett said: ‘The school didn’t think it was fit to tell us. We are her parents, but responsibility to care for our child has been taken away. The attitude is that it’s the child’s choice and it’s got nothing to do with us.

‘Children at 13 or 14, especially girls, are sometimes not happy in their own bodies – that’s what puberty does to you. They are very vulnerable. It only takes one person with an agenda to plant a little seed that they are “in the wrong body”.’

Daily Mail

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Children, Confusion, Court, Development, Education, Effect, Environment, Experimentation, Fighting Back, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Politics, Safety, Sex Identity, Treatment, World, Youth

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15-Mar-2020




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