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The administrator of the Medicare and Medicaid Service Centers Seema Verma, pictured during an event in the White House last month, says his agency will increase fines for nursing homes that fail to sufficiently control infections. Evan Vucci / AP hide caption activate / deactivate caption Evan Vucci / AP The administrator of the Medicare and Medicaid Service Centers Seema …

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World famous beach emptied by coronavirus

Rio de Janeiro (CNN) – Miguel Oliveira firmly pushes the limes and sugar into the shaker, for the first time that day. It’s noon and this, together with the sparsely populated promenade on which its bar kiosk is located, is only a sign that something is wrong with Rio de Janeiro. “It has never been so bad,” he sighs. “We …

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Coronavirus live news: Dr Fauci claims he hasn’t talked to Trump for two weeks, as Pakistani said they “live with the virus” | World news

Here’s more on those comments from Dr. Anthony Fauci earlier: Anthony Fauci, the government’s top public health expert and member of the Covid-19 task force, said he was no longer in frequent contact with the president. Asked if the president often talks to him about working with the Covid vaccine, he told a reporter with Stat News: “No … As …

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Thousands of nursing home residents died of a pandemic, CMS reports

The numbers represent the first official national accounts of deaths in the 15,000 nursing homes that receive funding from Medicare and Medicaid. The counting, however, is incomplete. Only about 80 percent of the nation’s nursing homes have reported data to the federal government, and have been expected to include only cases since the beginning of May. However, CMS officials said …

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Trump threatens to deploy military personnel against demonstrators as tear gas fires outside the White House – live | United States news

08:08 EDT20:08 The fifth day of protests in New York had a relatively quiet start, with New Yorkers gathered in Times Square. The city is preparing for further unrest, despite a 23:00 curfew issued by Governor Andrew Cuomo. The number of NYPD officers patrolling the streets would have doubled from 4,000 this weekend to 8,000 according to Cuomo. A city-wide …

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Wrong information about George Floyd Protest Surges on social media

On Twitter, Mr. Soros has been cited in 34,000 tweets in connection with Mr. Floyd’s death in the past week, according to Dataminr. Over 90 videos in five languages ​​mentioning Soros’ conspiracies have also been posted on YouTube in the past seven days, according to an analysis by the New York Times. On Facebook, 72,000 posts mentioned Soros in the …

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Dr. Anthony Fauci hasn’t spoken to Trump for two weeks

Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, added that his contact with the President has become much less frequent. Their last interaction was on May 18, when Trump invited Fauci to provide a medical background during a teleconference with the nation’s governors. The Task Force last met on May 28 and held the last White House …

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Police violence in the United States in 4 rankings

Protesters clash with police in Chicago on May 30, 2020, during a protest against the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while arrested and stuck on the ground by a Minneapolis police officer’s knee. Jim Vondruska | NurPhoto | Getty Images Protests over George Floyd’s death entered their seventh day on Monday, when cities across the …

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