Mississippi spent hundreds and hundreds of welfare bucks on concerts, automobiles and Brett Favre events that didn’t happen, audit displays

Editor’s note: Brett Favre said he will repay more than $1 million after an audit revealed Mississippi’s spending scandal. Read the latest update here. Tens of millions of federal dollars meant for impoverished people in Mississippi were instead spent on lobbyists, concerts, sports tickets, a pro wrestler’s family and former NFL star Brett Favre, according…

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Mountain gorillas in Africa on lockdown amid fears of imaginable coronavirus infections

Conservationists in the Democratic Republic of Congo fear the coronavirus pandemic could soon reach the country’s mountain gorillas amid reports that cats and a dog testing positive for the virus. With roughly 1,000 left in the world, the mountain gorilla population is already at risk from climate change and poachers. “As you can see it’s been…

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Extra than 80% of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Georgia final month were dusky, CDC detect finds

A CDC study released Wednesday found that over 80% of the COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Georgia last month were black. It’s the latest analysis showing that communities of color are being hit disproportionately hard by the coronavirus. The study comes just days after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp started reopening some of the state’s businesses — a move…

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Judge blocks 30-day extension of Illinois end-at-dwelling explain

A southern Illinois judge on Monday blocked Governor J.B. Pritzker’s 30-day extension of the state’s stay-at-home order, granting a temporary restraining order sought by a Republican state lawmaker who argued the governor overstepped his authority, CBS Chicago reports. Pritzker, however, has vowed to appeal the ruling. CBS affiliate WCIA-TV reports Clay County Circuit Court Judge…

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Southern California metropolis providing free COVID-19 testing set for residents

White House unveils coronavirus testing plan Carson city officials Monday opened the first COVID-19 testing site in Southern California that is free to all residents, including those who are asymptomatic, CBS Los Angeles reports. “Whether you’re rich or poor, you can be tested. Whether you’re insured or uninsured, you can be tested. Whether you’re a…

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CDC provides 6 contemporary that chances are high you’ll also hold coronavirus symptoms

Doctors discovering new complications of COVID-19 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has added six new symptoms to its list of possible signs of the coronavirus. Previously, the CDC only noted fever, cough and shortness of breath as symptoms. The agency has updated its list to include: chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain,…

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