Whoever gets COVID first gets the pot. A city council member in Tuscaloosa , Alabama , told ABC News on Wednesday that students in the college town have been throwing "COVID parties". Birmingham and surrounding Jefferson County, Montgomery and Selma already have mask ordinances because of the pandemic, which health officials say is worsening in Alabama as hospitalisations increase and the percentage of positive virus test results rises.
Furthermore, the letter noted that because of the discounts expected by government health care programs, the price for private insurance companies will be $520 per vial, resulting in an estimated $3120 for a typical U.S. The prices are roughly in line with those an influential US drug cost watchdog pegged on the drug in its latest cost-effectiveness analysis, but came below the sticker Wall Street was expecting.
Peter Beilenson, have attributed a spike that emerged earlier in June to group gatherings taking place inside homes, such as birthday or graduation parties. But the rate of those testing positive is what we keep an eye on. In fact, the spread rate in the Albuquerque metro area was the highest of any New Mexico region as of last week, according to Department of Health data.
White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said today, for example, that while we're seeing more than 40,000 cases a day around the country right now, that number could very well surpass 100,000 a day soon. Chicago-based United is adding 300 daily flights from its USA hubs in August, including doubling the number of flights from the NY area compared to July, mainly to beach and outdoor destinations where people can maintain a social distance to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
This applies to all counties on the "county monitoring list " for at least three consecutive days. Those counties include: Contra Costa, Fresno, Glenn, Imperial, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, Merced, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Solano, Stanislaus and Tulare.
Roberts Jr. joined with liberals on the Supreme Court to strike down a Louisiana abortion law. "In an unfortunate ruling today, the Supreme Court devalued both the health of mothers and the lives of unborn children", said a statement from spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany.