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1 day ago · by · Comments Off on Minneapolis Investigating Unnamed Umbrella Man

Minneapolis Investigating Unnamed Umbrella Man

 

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Minneapolis police have issued an arrest warrant for a suspect known as “Umbrella Man” who was filmed smashing the windows of an auto parts dealership on May 27, two days after the police killing of George Floyd.  Video of the “Umbrella Man” went viral after protesters in Minneapolis confronted and filmed him while he was in the act of smashing several windows of an AutoZone store.  Investigators say the man is a white supremacist who sought to provoke violence against protesters.  The term “Umbrella Man” was coined on social media as people guessed at his identity, with some protesters speculating he was actually a member of the police force.

According to a search warrant, the man is associated with the “Aryan Cowboys,” which the Anti-Defamation League lists as a White supremacist prison and street gang. The warrant does not label them as a White supremacist group, but describes them as a “known prison gang out of Minnesota and Kentucky.”  A Minneapolis arson investigator wrote in the search warrant affidavit that the man also spray painted the words “free sh*t for everyone zone” on the doors of the AutoZone. Not long after he smashed in the windows, looting began, and a bit later the AutoZone was set on fire, the affidavit said.

“This was the first fire that set off a string of fires and looting throughout the precinct and the rest of the city,” Sgt. Erika Christensen, wrote in the affidavit.  “Until the actions of the person your affiant has been calling ‘Umbrella Man,’ the protests had been relatively peaceful. The actions of this person created an atmosphere of hostility and tension. Your affiant believes that this individual’s sole aim was to incite violence.”

Police identified the 32-year-old suspect through a tip last week but the suspect has not been named. Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder told the Associated Press he could not confirm the name of the person involved, but said the investigation remains open and active.  The tipster told the investigator that the man was a member of the Hells Angels biker gang who “wanted to sow discord and racial unrest by breaking out the windows and writing what he did on the double red doors.”  Police matched him to photos a Muslim woman took when she was harassed during an encounter with the Aryan Cowboy Brotherhood, while eating burgers with her young daughter in Stillwater in June.

The riots spread to other parts of Minneapolis and led to Minneapolis’ 3rd Precinct burning down, and according to Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, resulted in $500 million in property damage.  At least two people died — one a man who was fatally shot at a Minneapolis pawnshop and another man whose burned body was found in the ruins of another pawnshop.

Protests against police brutality and systemic racism continue in cities across the country in the wake of Floyd’s death.  The Black Lives Matter movement has drawn tens of millions into the streets to participate in protests taking place every day since May.  The protests have been plagued with violence from the start.  They continue to push for police reform and an end to systemic inequalities around race.  It has led to radical reform in recent months in many states and the faces of those they continue to seek justice for continue to change as more police shootings occur.

 

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2 days ago · by · Comments Off on Covid 19 Cases Surge As Research On Lasting Effects Continues

Covid 19 Cases Surge As Research On Lasting Effects Continues

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Coronavirus cases continue to surge in much of the United States, where the number of confirmed infections has topped 4.6 million, with nearly 155,000 reported deaths. Florida has surpassed New York to become the state with the second-highest number of infections after California. Almost 66,000 new COVID-19 cases and more than 1,400 deaths from the virus were reported in the U.S. on July 29th, 2020. The toll marks the highest number of deaths from COVID-19 in a single day since May 15. A total of 773 of those deaths were reported by coronavirus hot-spot states Arizona, California, Florida and Texas. Florida reported a state record of 216 coronavirus-related deaths in 24 hours.
In California, healthcare providers say they are again dealing with shortages in testing, which is hitting low-income and immigrant communities the hardest. In Texas, doctors at a rural hospital in Starr County have received critical care guidelines to help them decide which COVID-19 patients the hospital can treat and those whom they send home because they are more likely to die. With the virus continuing to spread out of control, researchers at Johns Hopkins University are calling for a “reset” in the U.S. coronavirus response with universal mask mandates, federal support for expanded testing and a new round of stay-at-home orders in hot spots. And in an open letter published Wednesday, the Association of American Medical Colleges writes, “If the nation does not change its course — and soon — deaths in the United States could be well into the multiple hundreds of thousands.”
Globally, coronavirus cases have now topped 16.2 million and over 650,000 have died since the first cluster of cases were reported in late December 2019 in Wuhan China. Last week, the worldwide caseload jumped by 1 million in just four days. The World Health Organization declared the outbreak the most severe global health emergency the WHO has ever faced.
As European nations scramble to prevent a second wave of infections, Britain has reinstated a 14-day quarantine for travelers coming from Spain. Globally, 11 million people have recovered. For those who survive COVID-19, there’s increasing evidence of long-term organ damage with more studies underway. A new study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association found that of 100 middle-aged patients who recovered from COVID-19, 78 had structural damage to their hearts.
One study group in Italy found that 87% of patients hospitalized for acute COVID-19 were still struggling 2 months later. Data from the COVID Symptom Study, which uses an app into which millions of people in the United States, United Kingdom, and Sweden have entered their symptoms, suggest 10% to 15% of people—including some “mild” cases—don’t quickly recover. But with the crisis just months old, no one knows how far into the future symptoms will endure, and whether COVID-19 will prompt the onset of chronic diseases.
Distinct features of the virus, including its propensity to cause widespread inflammation and blood clotting, could play a role in the assortment of concerns now surfacing. Survivor studies are just starting to probe them. Researchers across the United Kingdom have launched a study that will follow 10,000 survivors for 1 year to start, and up to 25 years. Ultimately, researchers hope to understand the disease’s long shadow and hopefully be able to predict who’s at highest risk of lingering symptoms and learn whether treatments in the acute phase of illness can head them off.

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3 days ago · by · Comments Off on Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, August 2nd, 2020.

Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, August 2nd, 2020.

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Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, August 2ng, 2020.

In an effort to broaden the company’s “social interaction” with our clients and FaceBook fans, Daily Trivia Questions are posted on both of our business pages. Here are the weekly standings for this past week, and the winner of the Sunday night Weekly Drawing for an AmEx/VISA gift card!     

Congratulations  – To this past week’s Trivia Contest Winner!!   Our latest contest winner for the weekly FaceBook HealthInsurance4Everyone/Health & Life Solutions, LLC Trivia Contest, drawn randomly by computer late Sunday evening, August 2nd, 2020 was:

         

DEBBIE  BLOXOM

Ashmore  IL

Winner Of A $25.00 AmEX/VISA Gift Card

 

Each day, fans who have “liked” either of our company FaceBook pages (HealthInsurance4Everyone  or Health & Life Solutions LLC) are able to test their skills with our Daily TRIVIA QUESTION.  The first 20 winners who post the correct answer to the TRIVIA QUESTION, will then get entered into the weekly drawing held late on Sunday evenings for a $25.00 Am Ex/Visa Gift Card.


Weekly Gift Card winners will be posted in our blog at this site.  Remember to become a FaceBook fan and “Like and Follow” either of our company pages to enter and post your answers. 

 

 

 

Trivia Last Weeks Winner

 

 

 

Trivia Winners & Drawing Entries 7/27/20 thru 8/02/20 are as follows:

 

 

 

7/27/20

 

Jennifer Vega

Kimberly Taylor Hall

Eleazar Ruiz

Sarah Frank

Jenifer Garza

Becky Belle

Alana Dimambro

Christy Hawkes

Lisa Bourlier

Melissa Barnes Walker

Kristina Harris

Gail Yarbrough

Susan Clarke Jette

Sarah Harrison

Robin Pratt

Yolanda Oretega-Hackett

Tina Auth

Michelle Schultz

Karen Brunet Moore

Alexis Maureen

 

 

7/28/20

 

Michael Ingelido

Angela Janisse

Samantha Smith

Andrea Somers

Karen Ann Hinkle

Karen Bondehagen

Karen Rimiller Presley

Kiimberly Snyder

Jenai Merri

Sarah Bellestri Shih

Jennifer Ramlet

Holly Jarczynski-mcdowell

Mary M

Cathy Ahner

Rebecca Crum

Jillian Dollarhide

Taschia Miller

Mike Wallace

Katie Williams

Sean Stover

Katrina Worford

 

 

 

7/29/20

 

Karen Ann Hinkle

Jasmine Rose

Michael Ingelido

Sunney Michelle Johnson

Debbie Bloxom

Misty Shallcross

Griceldo Castro

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

Sarah Frank

Melanie Raman

Kristina Harris

Poonam Gosain

Paula Johnson

Leigh Reader

Vickie Gipson

Nicole Watson

Tonya Velazquez

Josephine Casey

Angela Janisse

Brandy Cardenas

 

 

7/30/20

 

Amber Chandler

Lori Capobianco

Jean Simmons Homfeld

Kristina Harris

Sherry Lilly

Terry Schmitt Sutton

Rhonda Grisham

Naomi Ruth

Sunney Michelle Johnson

Mary Ann Cody

Christy Hawkes

Angela Meek

Lisa David Carr

Brooke Scott

Brittney Dorsey

Andrea Somers

Karen Goodwin Delaney

Melodie Thomas

Carole Jacobs

Fannie McQuirter Dorsey

Linda Godin

 

 

7/31/20

 

Christy Hawkes

Lisa David Carr

Josephine Casey

Shannon Rush

Patricia Oehlert Vazquez

Paula Johnson

Leigh Reader

Tammy Lee Stookey

Christina Radcliff

Stephen Earl

Naomi Ruth

Kimberly Snyder

Phylicia Phillips

Cathie Ahner

Mike Wallace

Lisa Puckett

Yolanda Ortega-Hackett

Lesa Moats

Jay Robert

Steve Ahner

Cathy Ahner

 

 

8/1/20

 

Melissa Barnes Walker

Sarah Bellestri Shih

Terri Llexxes

Dawn Waddington

Jenai Merri

Carole Jacobs

Lisa Puckett

Debbie Bloxom

Sunney Michelle Johnson

Lisa Ann Smith

Johanna Landsaw-Davis

Lauren Bradley

Rhonda Grisham

Brooke Scott

Lisa David Carr

Melissa Barnes Walker

Kristina Rosson

Joann Hacker

Yolanda Ortega-Hackett

Jill Nauyokas

 

 

8/2/20

 

Brandi Gail Manley

Alicia Johnson

Amber Chandler

Josephine Casey

Tonya Velazquez

Shannon Rush

Derek Jennings

Paula M Bondy

Paula Johnson

Joanie Waterman

Leigh Reader

Melissa Ann Stura-Bassett

Dean Bruss

Christy Hawkes

Amber McGrath

Lisa Ann Smith

Angela Janisse

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

Christina Cannon

Darlene Whyte

Christy George

Kendra Lynne Ramsey

 

 

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6 days ago · by · Comments Off on Gunmen in Murder of NJ Judge’s Son Linked to Another Shooting

Gunmen in Murder of NJ Judge’s Son Linked to Another Shooting

 

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The son of a federal judge in New Jersey has died after a gunman opened fire on their home in North Brunswick. Judge Esther Salas was unharmed in the shooting that killed her 20-year-old son Daniel Anderl and critically injured her husband. Roy Den Hollander, a self-proclaimed anti-feminist lawyer, is the primary suspect in the fatal shooting that took place at Salas’ New Jersey home a Sunday evening. Daniel Salas, who had just turned 20, was an only child and studying law to follow in his parents’ footsteps. He graduated cum laude with honors from St. Joseph’s High School in 2018 and was enrolled at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
Hollander allegedly posed as a FedEx employee when he approached Salas’ home and shot her husband, Mark Anderl, and her son, Daniel Anderl, 20, before escaping in a car, according to sources. Daniel Anderl died from his injuries, and Mark Anderl was critically injured and rushed to the hospital. Salas was unharmed. Hollander was found dead by police in an apparent suicide the next day, according to investigators.

Preliminary indications are that the husband answered the door and was shot multiple times; the son came running to the door and was shot as well before the gunman fled, the sources said. Judge Salas was believed to be in the basement at the time of the shooting, and she was not injured. Hollander was found dead of an apparent suicide the day after the shooting.
The only interaction Hollander and Salas had was a civil rights lawsuit filed in 2019. A female teenager sued the Selective Service System five years ago because she could not register for the male-only draft. In her most recent opinion on the case, filed in spring 2019, Salas sided with part of the plaintiff’s argument, allowing the lawsuit to move forward. The plaintiff’s attorney at the time was Roy Den Hollander. That civil rights suit appears to be the only time Hollander argued before Salas in court. Hollander was replaced last June as the female plaintiff’s lawyer in the lawsuit. A managing partner for Boies Schiller Flexner said that Hollander asked the law firm to take over the case because he was terminally ill. In Hollander’s autobiography published on his personal website, he wrote that he was diagnosed with melanoma in 2018.
County officials in California say they received additional evidence connecting Hollander to another killing. San Bernardino County authorities released new images that captured Roy Den Hollander inside two California train stations in early July around the days he’s suspected of killing Marc Angelucci. Investigators believe Hollander left New York on July 4th and arrived in at the San Bernardino train station on July 7. A second photo from inside Union Station in Los Angeles supports the claims by authorities that Den Hollander fled back to New York on July 14, three days after he drove a rental car to Angelucci’s house in Cedar Pines Park and shot him.
Officials believe Den Hollander used the same gun in both of killing of Angelucci on July 11 and the shooting of Judge Esther Salas’ son and husband in New Brunswick, New Jersey. According to sources, officials are investigating whether the attacks were grudge killings committed by Hollander after he knew he was dying.

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1 week ago · by · Comments Off on Tensions Rise Over Schools Reopening in US

Tensions Rise Over Schools Reopening in US

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In the US, Covid 19 has killed nearly 141,000 people and infected 3.8 million — both by far the highest numbers in the world. The US has more than a quarter of the deaths and infections in the entire world, yet only a little more than 4% of the population. As cases continue to spike, tensions spike over schools reopening. As schools across the country prepare to reopen for in-classroom learning, teachers are trying to figure out the safest way to resume in-person education. While some schools have given the option for online courses, others are still working on plans to return to the classroom. Lawmakers in Washington are pushing to include a provision in a new coronavirus relief package tying school funding to the reopening of classrooms. Many public health officials fear the reopening of schools could lead to a new surge in COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations.
Three teachers in Arizona were sharing a classroom for two hours a day teaching online summer school classes during the pandemic. Despite following protocols — social distancing, wearing masks and gloves, and using hand sanitizer — they were all sickened by the coronavirus. Kimberley Chavez Lopez Byrd, 61, died June 26, less than two weeks after she was hospitalized. The two surviving teachers, Jena Martinez and Angela Skillings, said that it is not yet safe for kids, or teachers, to return to the classroom. Martinez said that when they began to do their online schooling from campus, they followed plans in place meant to keep them safe from the virus.
In Arizona, teachers want Governor Doug Ducey to push the start of in-person school to at least early October after the beloved educator died of COVID-19 teaching summer school and statewide hospitalizations and deaths spiral. At stake, Arizona teachers say, is the safety of the state’s 1.1 million public school students and 20,000 teachers. Arizona has been hit hard by the virus this summer as its 7-day average of new cases has gone from 500 at the end of May to more than 3,000 in July, while hospitals’ intensive care capacity, according to most recent data from Arizona Department of Public Health, stood at a nearly 90% percent last week.
Florida has reported more than 10,000 new coronavirus cases for the sixth day in a row. On Monday, Florida’s largest teachers’ union sued Republican Governor Ron DeSantis to block his order requiring all schools to reopen next month despite the growing pandemic, which has killed nearly 5,200 Floridians.
Meanwhile, Missouri Governor Mike Parson is insisting students go to school despite the risk of the virus. He received backlash after giving an interview where he said “These kids have got to get back to school. They’re at the lowest risk possible. And if they do get COVID-19, which they will — and they will when they go to school — they’re not going to the hospitals. They’re not going to have to sit in doctor’s offices. They’re going to go home and they’re going to get over it. We gotta move on,” he continued. “We can’t just let this thing stop us in our tracks.” Many criticized his statement calling it “stunning ignorance” saying the virus “doesn’t stop with our children. The teachers, bus drivers, janitors, food service workers, parents, grandparents and neighbors who our children see every day are susceptible to this virus, too. We need a plan that keeps all Missouri families safe.” Missouri has 47,519 confirmed cases and 1,268 deaths.
It is still unclear how frequently children transmit the virus to others. Some data suggests children are less susceptible to contracting the virus and spreading it to adults. According to the CDC, 175,374 cases have been confirmed in kids ages 17 and under, accounting for approximately 6% of all confirmed cases. A large study recently shared out of South Korea found children between the ages of 10 and 19 can spread the virus as much as adults do, while children younger than the age of 10 transmit the virus to others less often than adults.

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1 week ago · by · Comments Off on Two Indiana Men Arrested in Viral July 4th Attack

Two Indiana Men Arrested in Viral July 4th Attack

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Two Indiana men were charged in an alleged assault against a Black man who was seen in a viral video being held against his will in the woods near an Indiana lake on the Fourth of July.  Sean Purdy and Jerry Cox are charged with various crimes, including confinement and battery against 36-year-old Vauhxx Booker. Purdy and Cox were part of a group of five men who pinned Booker to a tree, beat him and threatened to lynch him. Booker was able to escape them after passersby intervened. A portion of the assault was captured on video by the strangers who intervened.
Monroe County Prosecutor Erika Oliphant has filed two active warrants for the two men and says Booker will face no charges. Purdy is charged with criminal confinement, battery resulting in injury and intimidation, all felonies. Cox is charged with aiding or causing criminal confinement, felony battery resulting in injury, intimidation and two misdemeanor counts of battery.
Booker, a member of the Monroe County Human Rights Commission, posted his account of the July 4 incident along with video to his Facebook account, writing, “I don’t want to recount this, but I was almost the victim of an attempted lynching.” He went on: “On July 4th evening others and me were victims of what I would describe as a hate crime. I was attacked by five white men with Confederate flags who literally threatened to lynch me in front of numerous witnesses.”
Booker said he and his friends were visiting a public beach on Lake Monroe outside Bloomington to join a gathering when a group of white men said they were on private property and began following them. Some of the men became belligerent, he said. When he approached “sober seeming group members” to “see if we could smooth things over a bit,” the confrontation escalated. Video posted to social media shows a group of white men holding Booker to a tree as his friends plead with them to release him. In the video, one man shouts at the camera, “You happy about this, you nappy-headed bitch? You and your five white friends?” As Booker’s friends leave, one of the men follows, shouting, “Those Black boys want to start it all.”
Booker says during the attack there were shouts of “get a noose” and “white power,” although those are not heard on the video. Booker believes he’s alive because strangers stopped to help and film the altercation. “The reason why I’m here today is simply because these folks, they didn’t just stop and watch and film my execution,” Booker said in an interview with NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly. “They became involved. They became active participants. They put themselves in danger when they stepped forward for me.”
Last week, the FBI confirmed it was investigating the incident as a potential hate crime, and Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb called it “beyond disturbing.” “The brief video clip that I viewed with my own two eyes was beyond disturbing and that’s why it’s very important that the DNR … complete their investigation sooner rather than later.” Bloomington

Mayor Greg Hamilton, who said he has known Booker personally for at least five years, said his city had work to do. “I don’t know what would have happened in the woods around Lake Monroe if there hadn’t been other individuals there and if there hadn’t been a video taken,” Hamilton told Yahoo News. “It’s incredibly important that we as a country, and then me and my community, that we make clear that has no place in our community, and we want to root it out.”

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Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, July 26th, 2020.

In an effort to broaden the company’s “social interaction” with our clients and FaceBook fans, Daily Trivia Questions are posted on both of our business pages. Here are the weekly standings for this past week, and the winner of the Sunday night Weekly Drawing for an AmEx/VISA gift card!     

Congratulations  – To this past week’s Trivia Contest Winner!!   Our latest contest winner for the weekly FaceBook HealthInsurance4Everyone/Health & Life Solutions, LLC Trivia Contest, drawn randomly by computer late Sunday evening, July 26th, 2020 was:

         

BECKY  BELLE

Kissimmee  FL

Winner Of A $25.00 AmEX/VISA Gift Card

 

Each day, fans who have “liked” either of our company FaceBook pages (HealthInsurance4Everyone  or Health & Life Solutions LLC) are able to test their skills with our Daily TRIVIA QUESTION.  The first 20 winners who post the correct answer to the TRIVIA QUESTION, will then get entered into the weekly drawing held late on Sunday evenings for a $25.00 Am Ex/Visa Gift Card.


Weekly Gift Card winners will be posted in our blog at this site.  Remember to become a FaceBook fan and “Like and Follow” either of our company pages to enter and post your answers. 

 

 

 

Trivia Last Weeks Winner

 

 

 

Trivia Winners & Drawing Entries 7/20/20 thru 7/26/20 are as follows:

 

7/20/20

 

Jennifer Ramlet

Angela Janisse

MarcyLynn Coull

Sheila Carvell

Josephine Casey

Paula Johnson

Nia Rammal

Tabitha Sinks

Melinda Sue Fritz

Dean Bruss

Brandi Gail Manley

Melanie Raman

Kathleen Hickman

Kayla Jade

Leigh Reader

Andrea Somers

Shannon Rush

Karen Goodwin Delaney

Dean Bruss

Alisa Jones

Jenifer Garza

 

 

7/21/20

 

Tom JG

Holly Marie

Melanie Raman

Kimberly Snyder

Shannon Rush

Jodi Stevens

Sunney Michelle Johnson

Josephine Casey

Leigh Reader

Paula Johnson

Kristina Harris

Derek Jennings

Misty Shallcross

Jennifer Ramlet

Trish Hysell

Mike Wallace

Tina Auth

Wendy Pesce

Janice McKay Donahue

Holly Jarczynski-mcdowell

Gail Yarbrough

 

 

 

7/22/20

 

Tom JG

Cheryl Ralley-Messick

Shannon Rush

Alisa Jones

Josephine Casey

Jill Nagel

Paula Johnson

Brittney Dorsey

Melissa Shaulis Mazzur

Karron Redfield

David M Still

Leigh Reader

Darlene Whyte

Pamela White Brearley

Lucyna Dorota

Patricia Oehlert Vazquez

Kristina Harris

Adaria Johnson

Fannie McQuirter Dorsey

Janice McKay Donahue

Kim Avery

Angela Janisse

 

 

 

7/23/20

 

Rhonda Grisham

Brandi Gail Manley

Johanna Landsaw-Davis

Janice McKay Donahue

Linda Godin

Angela Janisse

Morgan Fam

April Ashcraft

Paula Johnson

Nancy Pfirrman Schools

Kimberly Snyder

Andrea Somers

Kate Williams

Shannon Rush

Joanie Waterman

Kalynnilene Carter

Rosanne Clark

Mary M

Stacy Nelson

Sarah Harrison

Jillian Dollarhide

 

 

7/24/20

 

Shannon Rush

Christy Hawkes

Alicia Johnson

Jennifer Ramlet

Karen Brunet Moore

Derek Jennings

Carol Jean

Jenifer Garza

Kim Avery

Leigh Reader

Brooke Scott

Brittney Dorsey

Edward John

Josephine Casey

Alisa Jones

Eleazar Ruiz

Tiffany Patrick

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

Wendy Pesce

Fannie McQuirter Dorsey

Rhonda Grisham

Kelsey Brooke Vinson

 

 

7/25/20

 

Carrie Vucinaj

Karen Brunet Moore

Kelsey Brooke Vinson

Robin Pratt

Melissa White

Tabitha Sinks

Tonya Velazquez

George Pownall

Cathy Ahner

Jenai Merri

Stephen Earl

Jay Robert

Jenifer Garza

Mike Wallace

Cathie Ahner

Christy Hawkes

Vickie Gipson

Steve Ahner

Angela Janisse

Yolanda Ortega-Hackett

Becky VanGinkel

Nicole Watson

 

 

7/26/20

 

Kimberly Snyder

Jamie Aderhold

Joanie Waterman

Brittney Dorsey

Leigh Reader

Becky Belle

Shannon Rush

Susan Clarke Jette

Brandi Long

Alyssa DiFazio

Josephine Casey

Jenai Merri

Karyn Koehler

Suzanne Driscoll

Suzie Mize Lockhart

Kristina Harris

Angela Janisse

Mary Pettiford

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

Amanda Brewer

 

 

 

 

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2 weeks ago · by · Comments Off on Covid 19 Cases Continue to Rise in the US

Covid 19 Cases Continue to Rise in the US

 

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There have been over 15 million confirmed coronavirus cases around the world with 618,000 deaths. Of those cases 8,500,000 have recovered. In the US there are over 4 million confirmed cases and over 145,000 have died in the 6 months since the first case was confirmed in the US. Almost 8,500,000 of the US cases have recovered. The United States has set another grim record for coronavirus infections, with more than 75,600 new cases confirmed. At least 11 states are reporting record hospitalizations, with nearly 1,000 new deaths in just 24 hours. Officials in Texas and Arizona have put out calls for refrigerated trucks, as morgues overflow with the bodies of COVID-19 patients. Texas and Florida both reported their highest death tolls of the pandemic.
As the number of new global coronavirus cases reaches record highs, the World Health Organization is warning the coronavirus outbreak will continue to worsen if governments don’t take basic public health measures. Reports the number of coronavirus deaths in Latin America has now exceeded the death toll in the United States and Canada. Researchers estimate the US will have 219,864 total Covid-19 deaths by November 1, according to the Institute for Health Metrics at the University of Washington.
In Florida, confirmed coronavirus cases topped 300,000 even as Disney World completed a phased reopening of its Orlando theme parks. Nearly 50 Florida hospitals said they were out of ICU beds. In Miami, hospitals have run out of regular intensive care beds, with new patients moved into converted ICUs. Governor Ron DeSantis said he was mobilizing 1,000 medical workers to fill critical staffing shortages.
California, the most populous state and the first to shut down months ago, appeared to have Covid-19 under control — only to suffer a massive resurgence and surpass New York with the most coronavirus cases in the nation. California, which now has 417,000 confirmed cases due to the recent spikes, is largely shutting down again. California Governor Gavin Newsom has a plan to halt the recent surge by ordering all indoor restaurants, wineries, movie theaters and museums to be closed again. Bars have been ordered to cease all operations. Indoor businesses have been shuttered in many areas. Newsom said the new shutdowns are needed to address the public health crisis. The Los Angeles and San Diego school districts have announced that all classes will be conducted online at the start of the school year due to the pandemic.
Covid-19 is set to become one of the leading causes of death in Los Angeles County, according to Barbara Ferrer, the county’s health director. “It’s killing more people than Alzheimer’s disease, other kinds of heart disease, stroke and COPD,” Ferrer said. Comparing Covid-19 to the flu, Ferrer said data shows Covid-19 killed twice as many people in six months as the flu did in eight months.
The city of Atlanta announced a similar plan. In New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo said schools will be allowed to reopen, but only in regions with low daily infection rates. At least 41 states have some kind of mask requirement in place or planned. In Colorado, Governor Jared Polis issued a statewide mask mandate, a week after refusing public health officials’ pleas to require facial coverings in public. Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson issued a similar mask mandate. The CDC reports that 10 states have reported 10,000 new cases while three states each reported over 60,000 new cases in the last week.
Several vaccine trials are progressing well, and researchers say a vaccine might be publicly available by early 2021. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said any Covid-19 vaccine that’s sponsored by the US government will be free or affordable for the American public.

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2 weeks ago · by · Comments Off on Self-Employed? You May Be Eligible for a $1,000 Grant During COVID-19.

Self-Employed? You May Be Eligible for a $1,000 Grant During COVID-19.

Self-Employed? You May Be Eligible for a $1,000 Grant During COVID-19.
There is another source of financial relief you may be entitled to if you work for yourself: a $1,000 grant you won’t have to repay. It’s a provision of the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program, and it’s money that could come in handy during a very difficult time. Under the EIDL program, you can apply for a single $1,000 grant to use to supplement any lost income you may be grappling with during the ongoing recession.

Millions of workers have lost their jobs in the course of the COVID-19 outbreak, so many so that the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported a double-digit unemployment rate for the past three months. The good news is that if you’re consider a salaried or hourly employee and have lost a job through no fault of your own, you’re generally eligible to collect unemployment benefits. And because of the extreme nature of the pandemic, the rules have been changed to allow freelance and gig workers to collect unemployment benefits, too.

But here’s another source of financial relief you may be entitled to if you work for yourself: a $1,000 grant you won’t have to repay. It’s a provision of the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program, and it’s money that could come in handy during a very difficult time.

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How the grant works

Under the EIDL program, those who apply for a loan can also request an advance of up to $1,000 per employee for up to 10 employees, and those grants don’t need to be repaid. If you’re self-employed and therefore don’t have employees, you can apply for a single $1,000 grant to use to supplement any lost income you may be grappling with during the ongoing recession.

Now technically, you do have to apply for a loan under the EIDL program to qualify for a grant. However, you don’t have to accept that loan — you can choose to accept the grant portion only and use that money to salvage your business, whether by investing in marketing, supplies, or other expenses.

What if you’ve already gotten a PPP loan?

You’re allowed to apply for relief through the PPP and EIDL at the same time, but you’ll need to use that money for different purposes. That may not pose a problem, though.

With a PPP loan, you’re capped at two and a half times your monthly payroll costs. If you’re self-employed and own an S-corp where you pay yourself a regular salary, and you continue doing so, you may wind up getting your entire PPP loan forgivable (PPP loans are eligible for forgiveness provided 60% of their proceeds go toward payroll costs).

Meanwhile, you can apply for an EIDL and use that money for things like supplies, office space, or whatever other expenses you incur in the course of earning an income. You should document how you spend each loan you receive, in case the Small Business Administration winds up needing that information, and that includes any grant money you collect.

Self-employed folks finally aren’t left out in the cold

Usually, self-employed individuals are left to fend for themselves when their income takes a hit. But because of the overwhelming nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, those who are self-employed are thankfully included in the Trump Administration’s relief measures that have been made available to struggling Americans.

If you’re self-employed, it pays to see if you qualify for a $1,000 grant under the EIDL program. Usually, you’ll get that money within three days of receipt of your application, though you may experience volume-related delays.

 

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