June 2020

Opinion | Coronavirus Has Arizona Health Care Workers at the Breaking Point – The New York Times

Emergency medical and critical-care team members are canaries in the coal mine. When we are understaffed and overworked, when there is no staff to triage patients, when more and more patients are piling up at the emergency department door, the system breaks down, then people… Read More »Opinion | Coronavirus Has Arizona Health Care Workers at the Breaking Point – The New York Times

‘Flavortown’: Thousands sign petition to rename Columbus, Ohio, after Guy Fieri’s fictional food utopia

Food Network star Guy Fieri discusses restaurant employees being out of work amid the coronavirus outbreak. We can picture it now: Guy Fieri will be appointed mayor in a ceremony presided over by Matthew McConaughey, in front of a large municipal fountain overflowing with nacho… Read More »‘Flavortown’: Thousands sign petition to rename Columbus, Ohio, after Guy Fieri’s fictional food utopia

Virginia Health Dept Urges Citizens to Snitch on Churches and Gun Ranges | Dan Bongino

Virginia’s Department of Health is joining others who have encouraged their state’s citizens to snitch on each other – but only for select reasons. As the Washington Free Beacon’s Andrew Stiles reports: The Virginia Department of Health is encouraging citizens to lodge anonymous complaints against… Read More »Virginia Health Dept Urges Citizens to Snitch on Churches and Gun Ranges | Dan Bongino

Trump administration reverses health protections for transgender people | US news | The Guardian

The Trump administration has finalized a regulation rolling back Obama-era protections for transgender Americans against sex discrimination in health care. According to the new version of the policy, the Department of Health and Human Services will be “returning to the government’s interpretation of sex discrimination… Read More »Trump administration reverses health protections for transgender people | US news | The Guardian

Australian health official says second wave of COVID-19 unlikely as transmission sits at nearly zero | Daily Mail Online

By Charlie Coë For Daily Mail Australia RELATED ARTICLES WESTERN AUSTRALIA * Western Australia is going further than any other state in relaxing coronavirus rules, the government says, amid a mixed reaction to the state’s economic roadmap. * Locals are encouraged to return to work… Read More »Australian health official says second wave of COVID-19 unlikely as transmission sits at nearly zero | Daily Mail Online

Coronavirus: Trump terminates relationship with World Health Organization – National | Globalnews.ca

President Donald Trump says the U.S. is breaking off ties with the World Health Organization. “Because they have failed to make the requested and greatly needed reforms, we will be today terminating our relationship with the World Health Organization and redirecting those funds to other… Read More »Coronavirus: Trump terminates relationship with World Health Organization – National | Globalnews.ca

Minn. health officials urge caution after news of ICU beds filling up – StarTribune.com

Metro hospitals are running short on intensive care unit beds due to an increase in patients with COVID-19 and other medical issues, prompting health officials to call for more public adherence to social distancing to slow the spread of the infectious disease. The Minnesota Department… Read More »Minn. health officials urge caution after news of ICU beds filling up – StarTribune.com

Donald Trump ‘terminates relationship’ with the World Health Organization | Daily Mail Online

President Donald Trump announced on Friday that the United States was terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization as he laid down the gauntlet against China. ‘We will be today terminating our relationship with the World Health Organization and directing those funds to worldwide… Read More »Donald Trump ‘terminates relationship’ with the World Health Organization | Daily Mail Online

‘This is not about politics’: GOP governor says wearing masks is public health issue

WASHINGTON — Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine on Sunday dismissed the politicization of wearing masks in public to help contain the spread of the coronavirus, imploring Americans during the Memorial Day Weekend to understand “we are truly all in this together.” With many states like… Read More »‘This is not about politics’: GOP governor says wearing masks is public health issue