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    New York State has launched a new centralized website for the state's COVID-19 data. The goal of the new dashboard is to make the data easier for the public to access and understand, according to an announcement from Gov. Kathy Hochul on Tuesday, Oct. 19. "Providing new data about COVID-19 to the public and making existing data easier to access and understand is yet another step we are taking towards more transparency," Hochul said. "We will continue to do everything we can to share the latest information with New Yorkers, especially during this unprecedented pandemic."  On the site, people can find a "daily trends" graph, along with a dashboard showing the number of positive cases at the regional and county level.  The state also said a map of cumulative cases has been replaced by two options: cases per 100,000 people/seven-day average and test percent positive/seven-day average.  NYS said this makes it easier to compare counties, and county cumulative totals can be found when clicking on a county for more details.  Learn more about the new data hub here.
    08/28/2021 at 3:10 PM CEST . The fourth day of competition at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo brought a large trove of medals to the Spanish delegation with three medals in triathlon, two in athletics, one in swimming and another in track cycling. The earliest risers were the triathletes, who had to endure the suffocating weather conditions of Odaiba Bay with a thermal sensation of 34 degrees and a humidity of 86%. The Galician Susana Rodríguez and her guide Sara Loehr endorsed their status as favorites and, in the PTVI class for the visually impaired, they completely dominated the test to get the gold medal. One step below the podium was the Valencian Hector Catalá and your guide Gustavo Rodriguez, in the PTVI class for the physically disabled, after starring in a great comeback. They came out of the water in ninth place, left the bike in sixth place and ended up finishing second. The bronze was taken by the man from Salamanca Alexander Sanchez Palomero, in the PTS4 for the physically disabled, who suffered in...
    08/27/2021 at 2:51 AM CEST . / Baltimore The Spanish Jon rahm, number one in the world, the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy and the American Sam Burns lead with 64 hits (-8) the BMW Championship tournament, which will take place this Thursday at the Caves Valley Golf Club in Baltimore. Another Spanish, Sergio garcia, closed with 65 strokes (-7) and was in fourth place. The Mexican Abraham Ancer and the American Patrick Cantlay, finished in fifth place with a card of 66 strokes (-6), two behind the three leaders. Rahm produced eight birdies on the day, five in the first half and another three in the second. Similar performance had McIlroy, former world number one, who achieved an eagle and seven birdies, but spoiled his route with a bogey. Sums summed up his positive day with eight birdies. The Mexican Ancer produced seven birdies until par 3 of the 17th hole, when he made the only bogey of the game. The day was also positive for the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz, the Argentine Emiliano Grillo, the Chilean...
    The Texas Tribune issued a major correction Thursday after falsely reporting that 5,800 children had been hospitalized with COVID-19 over a seven-day period. The initial report claimed that a major spike in coronavirus infections had resulted in 5,800 children being hospitalized, but the correction noted that there had actually been 5,800 children hospitalized with COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic. (RELATED: WaPo Issues Lengthy Correction After Completely Misquoting Trump In Story About Phone Call With Georgia Investigator) That’s one heck of a correction. https://t.co/UBBgV0OXXm pic.twitter.com/uhxkYABwR3 — Steven Dennis (@StevenTDennis) August 12, 2021 The correction, applied to an article titled “Texas children and children’s hospitals are under siege from two viruses: RSV and COVID-19,” read: An earlier version of this story overstated the number of children who have been hospitalized in Texas recently with COVID-19. The story said over 5,800 children had been hospitalized during a seven-day period in August, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That number correctly referred to children hospitalized with COVID-19 since the pandemic began. In actuality, 783 children were admitted to Texas...
    Gas prices have spiked to a seven-year high after Colonial Pipeline was forced to shut off the nation's biggest fuel pipeline in the wake of a cyberattack as some fuel distributors warned of 'catastrophic' shortages across the South and Northeast.  The national average for retail gasoline prices was at $2.985 as of Tuesday, according to the American Automobile Association. The last time the average gas prices were above $2.99 was back in November 2014. Colonial Pipeline has said it is trying to 'substantially' restore operations by the end of the week but reports of gas shortages are already emerging with motorists lining up from Florida to Virginia. The 5,500 pipeline, which runs from Texas to New Jersey and transports 45 percent of the East Coast's fuel supply, shut down five days ago following the ransomware hack.  The FBI has confirmed that DarkSide, a Russian hacking outfit made up of ransomware veterans, was responsible for the attack. The Russian embassy in the US has denied any involvement.  Colonial, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia, has not yet said whether it has already paid or is negotiating a ransom with...
     THE country is basking in sunshine this week and pub gardens will soon be open for business again.  As my reunion with five pals in a park looms, I put my pins through seven days of vigorous prep, from squats to scrubbing, to make sure they are ready for showtime. 14Sophie Swietochowski put her legs through seven days of vigorous prepCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 14The writer ended up with golden pins that are ready for showtimeCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd And I’m not the only one. Research by Cosmetify shows nearly half of women stopped buying hair removal products during lockdown.  With the end now finally in sight, it is time to get those legs summer-ready. As my reunion with five pals in a park looms, I put my pins through seven days of vigorous prep, from squats to scrubbing, to make sure they are ready for showtime. Day one: SQUAT SESSIONS FAKE tan, waxes and lotions can only do so much. Does any of it compare to good old-fashioned exercise?  Aymon Ismail, a personal trainer at Marchon Athletic,...
    BLINKING from decades of light deprivation, Elisabeth Fritzl was led from her underground prison to her father’s waiting car. At 42, she had spent her entire adult life locked in a cellar and used as a sex slave by evil dad Josef Fritzl, who raped her over 3,000 times and fathered seven children. 11Elisabeth Fritzl was just 18 when she was locked up by sick dadCredit: Enterprise News and Pictures It was only when her eldest daughter, Kerstin, fell critically ill that he let her out - eventually leading to his arrest. The horrific story, which unfolded in 2008 in the small Austrian town of Amstetten, shocked the world and has now inspired a hit US movie, The Girl in the Basement. Although it is set in the States and names have been changed, the Lifetime movie mirrors Elisabeth's story in almost every detail - with the lead, Sara, locked away by her dad after her 18th birthday and made to have his kids as her mum remains unaware of his vile crimes. But the true story of Elisabeth and...
    The Canadian Press The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sunday, Feb. 21, 2021 The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:30 pm ET on Sunday Feb. 21, 2021. There are 845,652 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 845,652 confirmed cases (31,375 active, 792,603 ​​resolved, 21,674 deaths). * The total case count includes 13 confirmed cases among repatriated travelers. There were 2,351 new cases Sunday. The rate of active cases is 82.55 per 100,000 people. Over the past seven days, there have been a total of 18,985 new cases. The seven-day rolling average of new cases is 2,712. There were 44 new reported deaths Sunday. Over the past seven days there have been a total of 367 new reported deaths. The seven-day rolling average of new reported deaths is 52. The seven-day rolling average of the death rate is 0.14 per 100,000 people. The overall death rate is 57.03 per 100,000 people. There have been 23,703,735 tests completed. _ Newfoundland and Labrador: 926 confirmed cases (433 active, 489 resolved, four deaths). There were 25 new...
    A mother whose father died when she was seven months pregnant broke down in tears after receiving a surprise Christmas gift in memory of her late dad.   Vanessa Paschal, 22, from Chicago, moved social media media users with a moving video as she unwrapped a portrait of her late father gifted from her boyfriend, Greg Taylor.  In the video, the mother-of-one tears up after opening a hand-painted portrait of her daughter Gia, one, being held by her father, James - who died in September 2019, before he got a chance to meet his granddaughter. Her reaction to the present has touched hearts on social media, with the clip racking up nearly half a million likes and over 31,100 retweets on Twitter so far. Vanessa Paschal, 22, from Chicago, (pictured) broke down in tears after receiving a surprise Christmas gift in memory of her late father James Vanessa's one-year-old daughter Gia was snapped looking at the hand-painted portrait of her late grandfather James  Vanessa's father James died of a sudden illness at the age of 49 and was never able...
    A Christmas week storm is looking increasingly likely. Current forecasts appear to show storms affecting a large portion of the country before hitting the East Coast on Christmas Eve with a cold front bringing an Arctic blast for the duration of the holiday.   The storm could cause numerous hazards as it arrives on the East Coast. Sub-zero temperatures are expected along the East Coast of the U.S. as Christmas approaches The winter storm will begin life in the northwest of the country on Monday before moving East The Midwest will be affected on Wednesday by snow, heavy rain and strong storms Currently, most of the East is experiencing seasonable temperatures after a blast of cold air hit the region on Saturday.   However, forecasters say there are a number of fast-moving systems that will travel through the Eastern and Central U.S. over the next few days. The first frontal system may see some snow stretching from Ohio to New York.  On Monday, another disturbance coming in from Canada could see snow landing in the upper Midwest although there...
    An Italian husband stormed off on a 280-mile walk that lasted seven days to calm down after arguing with his wife, and was subsequently fined £365 for breaking Covid restrictions.  The man, 48, went for a week-long hike to calm his anger following the heated exchange.  He left from Como in the north of Italy and made his way south, traversing around 40 miles per day.   The man went on a 280-mile walk that lasted seven days to calm down after arguing with his wife The man, who has not been named, eventually reached the beach resort of Fano on the Adriatic coast.  Police officers discovered the man walking at 2am in breach of the country's coronavirus restrictions.  They came across him while conducting a standard search for Covid-19 rule-breakers.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Missing British hiker Esther Dingley, 37, 'could have fallen... How did Covid REALLY spread around the world? New damning... Share this article Share Across the country, a curfew is in place from 10pm until 5am to curb...
    As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to spike in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio urged high-risk groups to not go outside. In a tweet on Friday, the Mayor wrote that the city recorded 2,041 new COVID-19 infections and 134 new hospitalizations. Additionally, the seven-rolling average positivity rate hit 5.43 percent, which is the highest figure seen in six months. 'If you're a senior or have a pre-existing medical condition, stay home as much as possible this weekend. This is a serious situation,' de Blasio tweeted.   New York City recorded 2,041 new coronavirus cases and hit a seven-day rolling average positivity rate of 5.43%, which is the highest rate in six months. Pictured: People watch the holiday lights at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City, December 3 Additionally, 134 residents were hospitalized, which is close to the warning maker indicating the pandemic is out of control in the city of 200 new hospitalizations per day Mayor Bill de Blasio warned that New Yorkers with pre-existing conditions and those above age 65 stay home...
    A MUM-OF-SEVEN was struck by a train after "drinking 15 cans of lager" a day while struggling with lockdown, an inquest heard today. Sammi-Jo Edwards, 41, had just started a cleaning job in a pub when she was furloughed in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 2Sammi-Jo Edwards, 41, was furloughed in March due to the Covid-19 pandemicCredit: IRVING OF EXETER 2The mum-of-seven struggled with lockdownCredit: IRVING OF EXETER Her partner Victor Jamie Cullingham said after that she "spent all of her time at home" in Somerset. He added that Sammi-Jo "struggled with lockdown'"and "always liked a drink". He revealed to the inquest at Taunton, Somerset, that the former carer's drinking increased quite drastically. He said: "She was drinking 14 to 15 cans of lager most days. Some days she would drink even more than that. Some days she would have nothing at all." On the day she died - June 28 - she started drinking first thing in the morning and downed 15 cans of lager during the day. In the evening she left the family home in Wellington,...
    TO become a giant, you must eat like The Giant. Professional bodybuilder Jamie Christian-Johal wolfs down SEVEN meals per day. 8The gym owner has amassed 68,000 followers on Instagram 8Jamie Johal weighs a whopping 300lbs and plans to pile on more muscle Johal has been nicknamed 'The Giant' as he stands at a staggering 6" 5'. He is the tallest professional in open class bodybuilding in the world. And as you'd expect, it takes a lot of food to fuel his 300lbs frame. During an interview with SunSport, the former fireman revealed exactly what his daily diet entails. Johal gorges on 6,400 calories per day - which is over THREE times the recommended amount for an adult male. He sticks to a staple diet from day-to-day which includes oats, turkey, salmon, pasta and rice. The IFBB pro even manages to squeeze in a cheeky burger and oven chips of an evening. However, some days he likes to treat himself to a protein-packed ometelle with dark chocolate, ketchup and mustard on top. 8Heres how much...
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The number of new coronavirus infections is growing so quickly that Philadelphia is losing the ability to adequately trace the contacts of everybody who is testing positive and may have to impose restrictions on activity, officials said Tuesday. The city's health commissioner, Dr. Tom Farley, said contact tracers are unable to reach out to every new person testing positive. As a result, city officials may resort to managing some cases through guidance or asking people who tested positive to reach out to some of the people with whom they may have had contact while contagious, Farley said. The city is also considering imposing some restrictions, Farley said. On Tuesday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health said it had confirmed more than 2,750 additional positive cases, the largest daily increase to date. The state has a seven-day average of nearly 1,940 new confirmed cases per day over the past week, up from about 920 per day over the last seven days of September. That is higher than it was during the spring spike, when testing was far lower,...
    CRYSTAL LAKE (WLS) -- Crystal Lake Central High School is one of four high schools in Community High School District 155 that began a hybrid model Wednesday morning after several weeks of remote learning."It's easier to do in school in my opinion because you can understand the teachers easier," said Tyler Cruz, high school junior."I liked learning at home, but I definitely think in school, there will be a lot less procrastination," said Avery Carlson, high school freshman.The students are divided up by alphabets and the number of students attending in person has been reduced."It's important to remember our high schools are built for 1800 to 2000 students. We are averaging right now about 500, so just the sheer volume is diminished substantially," Supt. Steve Olson said.Reducing the volume of students makes many parents feel comfortable with sending their kids back to school."I have two freshmen, and we are excited for them to get to experience high school a bit, just a couple days a week, and I feel like the safety protocols are in place for it to be...
    A sexual abuse survivor who says she was raped at the age of seven has revealed how she lost 244lbs after decades of comfort eating saw her weight soar to 391lbs. Kelley Gunter, 55, from Dayton, Ohio grew up in a family of five in a small suburban neighborhood – but nobody knew the trauma she was enduring. From the age of seven, Kelley says she was consistently raped and sexually abused - a trauma that she suffered in silence out of fear that her attacker would 'kill her' or harm someone in her family. Moving on: Abuse survivor Kelley Gunter has revealed how she lost 244lbs after piling on weight when she turned to food for comfort after being raped and abused as a child Heartache: The Ohio resident, see before her weight loss, says she was abused from age seven until age of 14, but couldn't tell anyone about it because her attacker threatened to 'kill her' Positive outlook: Over the years, Kelley's weight soared to 391lbs and she remained that size until 1994...
    A devastated family in Washington state lost their home to a wildfire days before all seven members tested positive for coronavirus. The Graham family from Malden, around 37 miles south of Spokane, saw their home destroyed by the Babb Road on Labor day which wiped out most of the town.  They had driven to a relative's home on the day of the fire, but by the time they had heard the news of the mandatory evacuation for Malden, it was too late to save any of their belongings.  In addition to their home, their barn was also destroyed, along with all their belongings that they hadn't taken with them when the left earlier that day. 'It's just surreal like being in a bad dream and you're like this can't be real,' said Jessica Graham to Q13 FOX. 'I was more in shock than I would have imagined, I felt numb a lot for the first few days.  The Graham family (pictured) suffered a run of extremely bad luck starting on Labor day after their home burned down in the Babb Road...
    HONOLULU — Hawaii Gov. David Ige said Wednesday that starting Oct. 15, travelers arriving from out of state may bypass a 14-day quarantine requirement if they test negative for COVID-19. Travelers will have to take the test within 72 hours before their flight arrives in the islands. Ige said drug store operator CVS and healthcare provider Kaiser Permanente will conduct the tests as part of an agreement with the state. Earlier this year Ige planned to start a pre-travel testing program on Aug. 1 only to have to postpone it as COVID-19 cases spiked on the U.S. mainland and in Hawaii. A shortage of testing supplies also forced delays. Another start date for Sept. 1 was also canceled. Airlines are expected to help inform travelers of the requirement. Hawaii leaders are hopeful that pre-travel testing will encourage people to return to Hawaii in a way that keeps residents safe. Tourism traffic to the state has plunged more than 90% since the pandemic began, forcing hundreds of hotels to close and pushing many people out of work. “I want to...
    2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is doing little to dispel the "Sleepy Joe" nickname bestowed upon him by President Trump some 50-odd days before the election. Every four years, Labor Day traditionally marks the start of a fierce fall fight for the White House, when campaigns crisscross the country for rallies and fundraisers, ramp up their get-out-the-vote efforts, and dole out millions of dollars for ads in states where they hope to leave a deeper footprint. But this cycle continues to defy convention thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. While Trump has already notched up two multistate days in the week since Labor Day, Biden's team sent his dedicated bunch of pool reporters home three times before 10:30 a.m. EDT because it hadn't planned any public events for the two-term vice president. Snapshot of Biden's schedule Even before he became the Democratic standard-bearer, Biden, 77, had a light schedule. After spending the holiday campaigning in neighboring Pennsylvania, Biden's aides on Sept. 8 announced a press pool "lid" at 8:10 a.m. from his base in Wilmington, Delaware, where he...
    CORONAVIRUS fatalities in the UK hit 45,759 today after seven more died with the killer bug - the lowest daily rise since the virus took hold in the UK. And a total of 300,111 people have now tested positive for Covid-19 across Britain - up 685 cases from yesterday. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4Seven more Brits have died with coronavirus Credit: PA:Press Association 4The news comes a day after holidaymakers in Spain were told they'll have to quarantine for a fortnight on their return to the UKCredit: AFP or licensors The number of people who were recorded to have died with the deadly virus in the past 24 hours is even lower than it was yesterday, when 14 more deaths were reported. But the grim number has been steadily dropping in recent weeks - despite the easing of lockdown measures. In England, ten more people aged between 48 and 93 died with the virus. All had underlying health conditions. For the 11th day in a row, there were no new deaths...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – The Florida Department of Health recorded 132 coronavirus deaths on Tuesday. It was a one-day record for Florida that has a possible caveat but also is in line with its skyrocketing fatality rate over the past week and its rapidly growing number of cases over the last month. Download The New CBS4 News App Here The 132 deaths is a 10% jump over the previous record set just Thursday. That likely includes deaths that happened Saturday or Sunday but were not reported by hospitals until Monday. Still, the rolling seven-day average is now 81 deaths per day, currently the second-highest in the country behind Texas, and double the 39 averaged two weeks ago. Doctors had been predicting that a surge in deaths would follow Florida’s jump in daily reported cases, from about 2,000 a day a month ago to more than 12,000 now. The growing caseload is partly driven by increased testing, but a larger percentage of tests are coming back positive, jumping from 6% a month ago to more than 18%. Almost all...
    California reported 1,974 new cases of novel coronavirus and 18 deaths on Saturday, the second consecutive day of decreasing figures, even as some of the state’s most populous counties did not report numbers. As of Saturday evening, California had 251,236 cases and 6,330 deaths, according to figures compiled by this news organization. The figure accounted for about 626 cases and 15.8 deaths per 100,000 residents. The cases reported over the July 4 holiday weekend represent a downward trend from the skyrocketing figures last week in which California twice reached record highs. The seven-day average was 5,904 daily cases of COVID-19 with almost 62 deaths per day. But the figures do not include Los Angeles County, which has 43 percent of all the cases in the state and went into Friday averaging 2,314 daily cases and 30 deaths. Los Angeles County Public Health said on its website it is improving its data processing systems and will not report new data until Monday. In the Bay Area, Contra Costa County recorded 132 new cases for a total of 3,564 and two new...
    Breaking News — Karlos Arguiñano went to have fun this Thursday at The Anthill, the program of Pablo Motorcycles in Antenna 3. The chef, who was the last guest of the week, told how he lived the confinement and left a deep reflection. “Data-reactid =” 26 “> Chef Karlos Arguiñano went to have fun this Thursday at El Hormiguero, Pablo’s program Motos en Antena 3. The cook, who was the last guest of the week, told how he lived the confinement and left a deep reflection. “Before, we were happy and we didn’t know it,” said the chef, recalling a conversation he had with Motos when the coronavirus crisis erupted. The Basque chef continued his intervention stating that you have to go looking for normality because “the news is still the same nightmare and if it is not going to be very complicated”. the government, which he has been criticizing for several weeks: “The news is not being very explanatory, because one day they tell you one thing and the next day the opposite and the more you get...
    A seven-year-old boy in California has been rescued after he was found with his wrists and ankles bound with zip ties and his father was arrested for child endangerment. The boy was saved after neighbors in Bakersfield reported seeing the child bound and hopping until he fell on Saturday morning, according to the Kern County Sheriff's Office. When deputies arrived to the home on the 100 block of Beardsley Ave around 9.30am they found the child bound and detectives from the Special Victims Unit were called in.  An investigation revealed the alleged heinous abuse that took place behind closed doors where the father, 32-year-old William Davis, repeatedly bound his son for up to 10 hours at a time when he left the house for work, as per KBAK.  A seven-year-old boy has been rescued after he was found with his wrists and ankles bound with zip ties and his father 32-year-old William Davis was arrested for child endangerment on Saturday in Bakersfield, California. Scene were incident took place above An investigation found the child was regularly bound, beat...
    There was grief. There was joy. There was dancing. There were two stretches of nine minutes of silence, shared by thousands, to mark the duration of time that George Floyd was held down by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, the cop's knee on Floyd's neck. Chauvin has now been charged with second-degree murder, while three fellow officers have been charged with aiding and abetting murder. Both times during those nine minutes of silence, the only sounds were the rumble of helicopters and the occasional siren. Related StoriesBrenden Matthews Created an Image That's Gone Viral at Denver ProtestsThousands Turn Out in Denver for Peaceful Protests on Day SixSixteen Songs by Denver Musicians That Confront Police ViolenceThe actions on June 3, the seventh day of demonstrations in downtown Denver, included hours of speeches by black leaders, a march headed by Mayor Michael Hancock, and then more speeches, including one from the mayor before he left, followed by a mob of aides and cops. And after that: even more speeches. Mayor Michael Hancock joined the marchers on day seven...
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