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2 days ago · by · Comments Off on Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, July 6th, 2020.

Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, July 6th, 2020.

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Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, July 6th, 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 6th, 2020 was:

         

ALICIA  JOHNSON

Freeport, TX

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 6/29/20 thru 7/05/20 are as follows:

 

 

 

6/29/20

 

 

Angela Janisse

 

Kimberly Snyder

 

Eleazar Ruiz

 

Yolanda Ortega-Hackett

 

Alicia Johnson

 

Edward John

 

Rosanne Clark

 

Dawn Waddington

 

Carol Jean

 

Maria Bouchard

 

Kim Avery

 

Jenai Merri

 

Katrina Worford

 

Kimberly Taylor Hall

 

Cathy Ahner

 

Leigh Reader

 

Josephine Casey

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

Christy Hawkes

 

Steve Ahner

 

Shannon Rush

 

Crystal Dougherty Merrill

 

Paula Johnson

 

Madeline Lonergan

 

 

7/1/20

 

 

Alana Dimambro

 

Melissa White

 

Haley Babineau

 

Kassie Lynn DiFazio

 

Jenai Merri

 

Kimberly Snyder

 

Be Schwerin

 

Carol Jean

 

Tammy Lee Stookey

 

Stacy Nelson

 

Kim Minton

 

Gail Yarbrough

 

Jan Peoples

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Edward John

 

Kate Williams

 

Shannon Rush

 

Andrea Somers

 

Jessica Steiner

 

Samantha Rentschler

 

 

7/2/20

 

 

Misty Shallcross

 

Be Schwerin

 

April Ashcraft

 

Jessica Steiner

 

Becky VanGinkel

 

April Ashcraft

 

Sean Stover

 

Katrina Worford

 

Carrie Vucinaj

 

Leigh Reader

 

Josephine Casey

 

Jennifer Lang

 

Jenifer Garza

 

Jill Nauyokas

 

Debbie Bloxom

 

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

 

Kimberly Taylor Hall

 

Eleazar Ruiz

 

Brittney Dorsey

 

Tiffy Tisdale

 

 

7/3/20

 

 

Amber Chandler

 

Sherry Lilly

 

Sarah Bellestri Shih

 

Linda Godin

 

Paula Gillespie

 

Stacy Nelson

 

Kimberly Snyder

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

Erica Hansen

 

Wayne Gallas

 

Amy Conyers

 

Eleazar Ruiz

 

Brittney Dorsey

 

Susan Clarke Jette

 

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

 

Brooke Scott

 

Becky Belle

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Fannie McQuirter Dorsey

 

Alicia Johnson

 

 

7/4/20

 

 

Brittany Light

 

Mary M

 

Eleazar Ruiz

 

Karen Ann Hinkle

 

Haley Babineau

 

Brittney Dorsey

 

Darlene Whyte

 

Kristina Harris

 

Christy Hawkes

 

Kassie Lynn DiFazio

 

Becky Belle

 

Kimberly Snyder

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

LaNique Dees

 

Angela Janisse

 

Karen Goodwin Delaney

 

Melissa White

 

Pamela Gonzalez

 

Sherry Lilly

 

Amy Conyers

 

 

7/5/20

 

 

Misty Shallcross

 

Sheila Carvell

 

Donna Porter       

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Carrie Vucinaj

 

Lisa A Mazola

 

Alicia Johnson

 

Darlene Whyte

 

Debbie Bloxom

 

Dale Fish

 

Madeline Lonergan

 

Tonya Velazquez

 

Nelle Moore

 

Tera Lee Culverwell

 

Kelsey Brooke Vinson

 

Adaria Johnson

 

Jane Peterson

 

Alana Dimambro

 

Charlotte Dennis

 

Yolanda Ortega-Hackett

 

Gina Guarente Fieger

 

 

 

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Remember that if you try your hand at answering the Trivia Question several days each week, your odds of winning the Sunday weekly drawing are much better. 

Also note that a number of the posted answers each day are from contestants who have forgotten to “Like” one of our pages, so their names WILL NOT be entered at the end week drawing for the gift card, giving our fans a better chance!

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1 week ago · by · Comments Off on Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, June 28th, 2020.

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Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, June 28th, 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, June 28th, 2020 was:

         

JENNIFER  LANG

No. Miami Beach, 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. 

 

 

 

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Trivia Winners & Drawing Entries 6/22/20 thru 6/28/20 are as follows:

 

 

6/22/20

 

 

Missy Nicole Adams

 

Trish Marks

 

Andrea Somers

 

Jennifer Lang

 

Stevie Rosson

 

Becky Belle

 

Kim Avery

 

Melissa Shaulis Mazzur

 

Kimberly Taylor Hall

 

Becky VanGinkel

 

Carrie Vucinaj

 

Maria Bouchard

 

Melissa Barnes Walker

 

Tabitha Sinks

 

Sherri Kidwell

 

Dawn Waddington

 

MarcyLynn Coull

 

Josephine Casey

 

Stephanie McCoy

 

Alana Dimambro

 

 

 

6/23/20

 

 

Lucyna Dorota

 

Kim Minton

 

Kristina Harris

 

Alicia Johnson

 

Gail Yarbrough

 

Suzie Mize Lockhart

 

Cathy Ahner

 

Alana Dimambro

 

Kimberly Snyder

 

Mike Wallace

 

Jay Robert

 

Stephen Earl

 

Cathie Ahner

 

Steve Ahner

 

Tom Cavalli

 

Andrea Somers

 

Trish Marks

 

Pamela Gonzalez

 

Janice McKay Donahue

 

Madeline Lonergan

 

 

 

6/24/20

 

 

Rosanne Clark

 

Nelle Bailey

 

Sarah Bellestri Shih

 

Geri Rus

 

Samantha Brown

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Sherri Kidwell

 

Wendy Pesce

 

Mary Pettiford

 

Sarah Frank

 

Tabitha Sinks

 

Priscilla Shimp

 

Angela Janisse

 

Amy Conyers

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

Samantha Smith

 

Kate Williams

 

Josephine Casey

 

Brandi K Chaney

 

Kim Avery

 

Jillian Dollarhide

 

 

 

06/25/20

 

 

Leigh Reader

 

Jo Bhangavatula

 

Sherry Lilly

 

Paula Johnson

 

Tom Cavalli

 

Haley Babineau

 

Janice McKay Donahue

 

Carla Marie

 

Josephine Casey

 

Sara Biason

 

Angela Janisse

 

Shannon Rush

 

Be Schwerin

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

Holly Jarczynski-mcdowell

 

Kassie Lynn DiFazio

 

Karen Goodwin Delaney

 

Tom JG

 

Jenifer Garza

 

Terri Bowen

 

 

 

6/26/20

 

 

Christy Hawkes

 

Jennifer Vega

 

Sarah Bellestri Shih

 

Jo Bhagavatula

 

Amber Chandler

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Andrea Somers

 

Lori Capobianco

 

Marie Mariani

 

Nicole LeMond Wituck

 

Madeline Lonergan

 

Mary M

 

Alicia Dansby

 

Carla Marie

 

Karyn Koehler

 

Dawn Waddington

 

Sunney Michelle Johnson

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

Alison Giffune Paige

 

Alyssa DiFazio

 

Samantha Rentschler

 

 

 

6/27/20

 

 

Bea Patrick

 

Lori Capobianco

 

Angela Janisse

 

Kristina Harris

 

Tammy Lee Stookey

 

Melinda Sue Fritz

 

Susan Clarke Jette

 

Becky VanGinkel

 

Nacole Patrick

 

Josephine Casey

 

Melissa Ann Stura-Bassett

 

Chrissy Kim

 

Shannon Rush

 

Yolanda Ortega-Hackett

 

Linda Godin

 

Lena Perry

 

Paula Johnson

 

Leigh Reader

 

Carla Marie

 

Crystal Young

 

 

 

6/28/20

 

 

Christy Hawkes

 

Melinda Sue Fritz

 

Alicia Johnson

 

Robin Griffitts Pratt

 

Tera Lee Culverwell

 

Tina Auth

 

Tammy Lee Stookey

 

Darlene Whyte

 

Angela Janisse

 

Johanna Landsaw-Davis

 

Paula Johnson

 

Melissa White

 

Josephine Casey

 

Chantal Bell

 

Bea Patrick

 

MarcyLynn Coull

 

Lori Capobianco

 

Carole Jacobs

 

Jo Bhagavatula

 

Nacole Patrick

 

 

 

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Be sure to watch both of our FaceBook pages for your chance to win and enter again next week, with questions posted daily on HealthInsurance4Everyone or at Health & Life Solutions, LLC!!

Remember that if you try your hand at answering the Trivia Question several days each week, your odds of winning the Sunday weekly drawing are much better. 

Also note that a number of the posted answers each day are from contestants who have forgotten to “Like” one of our pages, so their names WILL NOT be entered at the end week drawing for the gift card, giving our fans a better chance!

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Protests intensified in Atlanta after a police officer shot 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks in the parking lot of a Wendy’s fast-food restaurant.  The encounter was caught on surveillance camera and by a witness. Police approached Brooks after he had fallen asleep in his car. The police questioned Brooks, patted him down and gave him a breathalyzer test.  Witness videos, surveillance footage, bodycam and dashcam footage show the officers engaged Brooks without incident for 41 minutes before the encounter turned fatal.

Atlanta Police Department officer Devin Brosnan arrived at the Wendy’s restaurant to investigate a report of a man asleep in a car which was blocking the drive-through lane.  Brosnan awakened Brooks and told him to move the car to a parking space and take a nap.  Brooks fell asleep again without moving the car prompting Brosnan to again wake Brooks and instruct him to park the car.  Brosnan checked Brooks’s driver’s license and radioed for assistance from an officer certified to conduct driving under the influence investigations.  Officer Garrett Rolfe arrived at 10:56 and, with Brooks’s permission, performed a pat-down search for weapons, a field sobriety test, and a breathalyzer test.  Brooks appeared impaired and said he had consumed one to one-and-a-half drinks and denied driving or being too drunk to drive. The Breathalyzer registered a blood alcohol level of 0.108%, above the legal limit of 0.08%.  Brooks asked to leave his car in the parking lot overnight and walk to his sister’s house a short distance away.

At 11:23, Rolfe told Brooks: “All right, I think you’ve had too much to drink to be driving. Put your hands behind your back for me”; he and Brosnan then moved behind Brooks to handcuff him.  Brooks tried to break free and he and the officers scuffled on the ground. During the struggle Brosnan drew his Taser, but Brooks wrested from him and fired it toward Brosnan before attempting to run away.  Brosnan says the Taser contacted him and he struck his head on the pavement.  Rolfe drew his own Taser and shot Brooks with it.  Brooks fled through the parking lot with Brosnan’s Taser still in hand as Rolfe pursued him and fired again with his own Taser.  While still running, Brooks turned to fire the second shot of Brosnan’s Taser – capable of two shots before being reloaded – over Rolfe’s head.  According to prosecutors, Brooks and Rolfe were 18 feet apart when Rolfe dropped his Taser, drew his handgun and shot Brooks once in the mid-back and once in the buttocks; a third shot struck a nearby vehicle, narrowly missing its three occupants.  According to prosecutors Rolfe then declared, “I got him”.

Within 24 hours of the shooting, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said that she did not believe it was justified, leading to Rolfe’s firing, Brosnan being placed on administrative duty and the resignation of the city’s police chief, Erika Shields.  The county medical examiner rule Brooks’ death a homicide and Georgia Bureau of Investigation opened an investigation.  The Fulton County District Attorney said Brooks did not present himself as a threat and appeared almost jovial during the encounter.  He announced 11 charges against Rolfe: felony murder, five counts of aggravated assault, four police oath violations, and damage to property.  He said Rolfe should have been aware that the Taser Brooks had taken posed no danger, as after being fired twice it could not fire again.  He also said that Rolfe and Brosnan did not provide timely medical aid to Brooks and that before they did, Rolfe kicked him and Brosnan stood on his shoulders.  The district attorney said it was a violation of department policy for Rolfe to begin handcuffing Brooks before telling him he was being arrested.

 

 

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More Police Reforms Passed As Civil Unrest Continues

 

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With mass uprising over police brutality showing no signs of abating, more policy changes are taking shape around the country.  San Francisco announced last week that trained, unarmed professionals will respond to noncriminal calls instead of police. Colorado lawmakers passed a bill to introduce sweeping police changes, including banning choke holds and requiring officers to intervene if they see excessive force being used. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he will reallocate $3 million from the police department’s budget toward public health initiatives. The Minneapolis City Council unanimously passed a resolution to replace the police department with a community-led public safety system.  Minneapolis Councilmember Alondra Cano said, “We acknowledge that the current system is not reformable, that we would like to end the current policing system as we know it.”

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont imposed a series of reforms on the Connecticut State Police, including a ban on choke holds, a mandate that officers use body cameras and dashboard cameras, and restrictions on a program that funnels military equipment to local law enforcement.  Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed a police reform bill into law, prohibiting the use of a choke hold in an arrest “except when a person cannot be captured any other way or has used or threatened deadly force” and preventing an officer from being hired in Iowa if they have a previous felony conviction, were fired for misconduct, or left before they could be fired for misconduct.  The bill also requires annual anti-bias and deescalation training for law enforcement and allows the Iowa Attorney General to prosecute officers for a criminal offense resulting in the death of a human being.

Michigan State Senator Jeff Irwin introduced Senate Bill 945 which would require the addition of “implicit bias, deescalation techniques, and mental health screening” as part of the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards certification process for new law enforcement officers.  The bill was drafted before the death of George Floyd in response to the broader problem of police brutality and passed the State Senate unanimously on June 4. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas announced a series of police reforms, including whistle blower protections, independent review of officer-involved shootings, and use of body cameras by police officers.  New Jersey has banned police departments from using choke holds and similar neck and carotid restraints.  According to Attorney General Grewal’s order, “Because these tactics create a substantial risk of death or serious bodily harm, officers who cause a subject’s death or injury while performing them face potential criminal liability” except when “deadly force is necessary to address an imminent threat to life”.

Meanwhile, counties and cities across the country, including Cleveland, Denver and Indianapolis, are declaring racism a public health crisis. Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant is calling for a section of downtown known as the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone to remain permanently in community control. Protesters took over several city blocks last week after the Seattle Police Department abandoned its Capitol Hill precinct and stopped trying to violently disperse marches.  The Seattle City Council voted unanimously to ban police use of tear gas and choke holds.

The New York Police Department announced it is dismantling its plainclothes anti-crime unit and the 600 officers in the unit will be reassigned. In 2018, news outlets reported plainclothes anti-crime officers had been involved in 31% of fatal police shootings in New York since 2000. Meanwhile, Albuquerque, New Mexico, has announced plans to create a new civilian department made up of social workers and others to respond to non-emergency 911 calls. In Georgia, the state Legislature reopened with a call to pass a hate crimes bill. Georgia is one of four states with no hate crime laws.

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2 weeks ago · by · Comments Off on Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, June 21st, 2020.

Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, June 21st, 2020.

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Daily HI4E.org Trivia Contest Winners For The Week Ending: Sunday, June 21st, 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, June 21st, 2020 was:

         

SHERRY  LILLY

Bucyrus, OH

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 6/15/20 thru 6/21/20 are as follows:

 

 

6/15/20   

     

 

Alicia Dansby

 

Jane Peterson

 

Donna Porter

 

Tiffany Greene Elliott

 

Angela Janisse

 

Mary Pettiford

 

Priscilla Shimp

 

Becky Belle

 

Sherry Lilly

 

Maria Bouchard

 

Madeline Lonergan

 

Jeremy Mclaughlin

 

Jill Nauyokas

 

Edward John

 

Michelle Rayeske Jeske

 

Holly Jarczynski-mcdowell

 

Alyssa DiFazio

 

Mya Murphy

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Madeline Lonergan

 

Alisa Jones

 

Melissa Shaulis Mazzur

 

 

 

 

6/16/20

 

 

Nicole Blaha

 

Kristina Harris

 

Brooke Scott

 

Thomas Ryan Gan

 

Marie Mariani

 

Debbie Bloxom

 

Karen Goodwin Delaney

 

Karen Bondenhagen

 

Holly Jarczynski-mcdowell

 

Lisa Bourlier

 

Becky Belle

 

Lisa Dion

 

Alicia Dansby

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Jill Nagel

 

Jenai Merri

 

Kate Williams

 

Karen Brunet Moore

 

Sheila Carvell

 

Jan Peoples

 

 

 

6/17/20

 

 

 

Sheila Carvell

 

Carole Jacobs

 

Lori Capobianco

 

Dawn Raasch

 

Tom JG

 

Misty Shallcross

 

Stephanie McCoy

 

Dale Fish

 

Cheryl Ralley-Messick

 

Kelsey Brooke Vinson

 

Nicole Blaha

 

Jodi Stevens

 

Phylicia Phillips

 

Susan Clarke Jette

 

Becky Belle

 

Kalynnilene Carter

 

Shannon Schleif

 

Jessica Steiner

 

Christy Hawkes

 

Karen Brunet Moore

 

 

6/18/20

 

 

Tiffany Borek

 

Brittany Doerfler

 

Edward T Kranick

 

Cathy Ahner

 

Jennifer Ramlet

 

Jesse Cataneda

 

Jennifer Marie

 

Steve Ahner

 

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

 

Tom Cavalli

 

Mike Wallace

 

Mya Murphy

 

Sheila Carvell

 

Jessica Steiner

 

Jay Robert

 

Kristina Harris

 

Wayne Gallas

 

Aaron Landry

 

MarcyLynn Coull

 

Pamela Gonzalez

 

Karen Ann Hinkle

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

Stephen Earl

 

Carla Marie

 

Vickie Gipson

 

 

6/19/20

 

 

Cathy Ahner

 

Joann Hacker

 

Steve Ahner

 

Rhonda Grisham

 

Carrie Vucinaj

 

Jenifer Garza

 

Jay Robert

 

Mike Wallace

 

Stephen Earl

 

Sheila Carvell

 

Dean Bruss

 

Cathie Ahner

 

Kristina Harris

 

Tiffany Greene Elliott

 

Cheryl Ralley-Messick

 

Becca Neuenschwander Long

 

Amber Chandler

 

Sean Stover

 

Carla Marie

 

Lucyna Dorota

 

Carla Marie

 

 

 

6/20/20

 

 

Margaret Primos

 

Adaria Johnson

 

Dawn Waddington

 

Andrea Somers

 

Brittany Doerfler

 

Alexis Maureen

 

Josephine Casey

 

Mya Murphy

 

Wendy Pesce

 

Wanda McHenry

 

Tia Ludwick

 

Melanie Raman

 

Melissa White

 

Michelle Webb

 

Jenifer Garza

 

Alicia Dansby

 

Lauren Bradley

 

Eleazar Ruiz

 

Janice McKay Donahue

 

Darlene Whyte

 

Stevie Rosson

 

LaNique Dees

 

 

 

06/21/20

 

 

Sheila Vives

 

Christy Hawkes

 

Kendra Lewis Mcbride

 

Melanie Raman

 

Kalynnilene Carter

 

Jennifer Leffler

 

Dale Fish

 

Janice McKay Donahue

 

Wayne Gallas

 

Amy Conyers

 

Theresa Sigourney

 

Dawna McKnight

 

Adaria Johnson

 

Jennifer Marie

 

Robin Griffitts Pratt

 

Tom JG

 

Sue Dudley

 

Stacy Nelson

 

Sarah Frank

 

John McKnight

 

Michael Ingelido

 

Sean Stover

 

Lisa David Carr

 

 

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Be sure to watch both of our FaceBook pages for your chance to win and enter again next week, with questions posted daily on HealthInsurance4Everyone or at Health & Life Solutions, LLC!!

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2 weeks ago · by · Comments Off on Covid 19 Prediction Warns It Hasn’t Gone Away

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With more than 2.06 million cases, America has the world’s largest COVID-19 confirmed cases to date. It’s also first when it comes to the total number of deaths, with more than 117,000 people having died of COVID-19 complications. Nearly 7.5 million people have had confirmed infections worldwide and over 420,000 people died.  As US states are opening up their economies, Harvard Global Health Institute director Dr. Ashish Jha predicts that the US will cross 200,000 deaths sometime in September.  Jha explained his estimates only take into account the next few months, but COVID-19 will obviously not disappear after that.

“The pandemic won’t be over in September so I’m really worried about where we’re going to be in the weeks and months ahead.  We’re really the only major country in the world that opened back up without really getting our cases as down low as we really needed to,” Jha noted, adding that the US is the only advanced country in the world not to have a proper contact tracing system setup. People should continue to maintain social distancing and wear masks, Jha advised. They should also “put pressure” on the government to advance testing and contact tracing programs.

“But even if we assume that it’s going to be flat all summer, that nothing is going to get worse, we’re going to stay flat all summer — even if we pick that low number, 800 a day — that’s 25,000 a month,” Jha pointed out. “In three and a half months, we’re going to add another 87- 88,000 people, and we will hit 200,000 sometime in September.”  Jha said anyone who still thinks the summer will bring a dramatic decrease in cases is “engaging in wishful thinking.” Coronavirus cases and associated hospitalizations may be falling in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, he said, but cases are surging in Arizona, Texas, Florida, and the Carolinas. The Harvard professor of public health said he is not trying to scare people into staying home by raising concerns about the number of deaths he’s predicting.

In Brazil, the coronavirus death toll has topped 43,000 with the total number of confirmed cases at over 850,000. It now has the second-highest number of COVID-19 deaths and cases in the world behind the United States.  According to the health ministry, the COVID-19 mortality rate in Brazil is five% and nearly 388,500 people have recovered from COVID-19 in Brazil.

China reported its highest number of daily infections in months, raising concern over a second wave of the outbreak. In Beijing, authorities have reimposed lockdown measures after a new cluster of cases emerged last week.  The cluster, the capital’s first locally transmitted cases in nearly two months, raised mainland China’s total number to 83,132. Almost 4,700 people have died in China, where the pandemic originated in December.

The World Health Organization says the pandemic is accelerating in Africa, with the most affected countries being South Africa, Algeria, Nigeria, Egypt and Sudan.  In Yemen, medical authorities warn deaths linked to the pandemic could exceed war-related fatalities in the port city of Aden.  The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. Learn how COVID-19 spreads and practice these actions to help prevent the spread of this illness.

Covid 19 isn’t going anywhere anytime soon so the recommendations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 as the world’s economy reopens are:  Keep 6 feet of social distance between yourself and others; wear a mask or cloth covering when around others-especially when in situations where you can’t maintain the 6 feet of social distancing; clean your hands often, either with soap and water for 20 seconds or a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol; avoid close contact with people who are sick; disinfect frequently touched surfaces regularly and stay home if you are feeling any symptoms.

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The rules small business owners need to follow in order to get their federal loans forgiven just got more lenient under the Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act.
But they may also have gotten a bit more complicated too — at least for those small business owners who already secured a PPP loan under the old rules and want to take advantage of the new ones.
One of the biggest concerns with the program was that it hamstrung business owners in terms of when and how they could use the money if they wanted their loan to qualify for full forgiveness. Those who have gotten loans already had to spend the money in the first eight weeks and use at least 75% of it for payroll expenses — even though many businesses weren’t even open during that period or were not operating at full capacity.
The new rules certainly can benefit small business owners who have not yet closed on a PPP loan. The good news is that the program still has close to $130 billion left, per the Small Business Administration’s latest count. But June 30 remains the last day by which a PPP loan application can be approved. So anyone who hasn’t applied yet should do so soon.
But the new rules likely will not benefit small business owners who received their PPP loans early and have spent most — if not all — of their funding in accordance with the old rules.
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3 weeks ago · by · Comments Off on Many Cities Announce Reforms As BLM Protests Continue

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As historic protests continue to sweep the country two weeks after the death of George Floyd, the Minneapolis City Council announced it would move to disband the city’s police department. Nine members of the council — a veto-proof majority — made the vow during a community rally. The vow to disband the police came just days after the Minneapolis City Council voted to ban chokeholds and neck restraints. Congress is slated to introduce reforms that include a chokehold ban, a limit on qualified immunity for officers and a restriction on military weapons. While news reporting may be bias, social media videos of police brutality toward peaceful protestors has sparked many local governments to take action as the protests continue. Although many of these reforms will be subjected to a long debate among local officials, some activists say it is a good start.
In Louisville, KY, the City Council unanimously passed “Breonna’s Law” Thursday night that banned the use of “no-knock” warrants. The legislation was named after Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT, who was killed in her home while in bed in March by Louisville police officers while executing a no-knock warrant. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, who suspended the use of no-knock warrants last month, said he will sign the bill. “This is one of many critical steps on police reform that we’ve taken to create a more peaceful, just, compassionate and equitable community.” The officers involved in Taylor’s death are under investigation and have been placed on administrative leave.
New York’s state legislature voted to repeal parts of a provision that shielded police disciplinary records from the public. The repeal of 50-A means that police officers across the state must disclose personnel records used to evaluate performance. Criminal justice advocates have been pushing for the repeal for years. The legislation also bans officers from using chokeholds, prohibits false race-based 911 calls and appoints the state attorney general to be an independent prosecutor in any case where an officer shoots an unarmed person. The state Senate approved the bill and the state Assembly approved it with later in the day. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also announced a sweeping set of reforms that would shift funding from the NYPD to other sectors of the city’s budget. De Blasio said he will work with the city council to hammer out the details over the next three weeks, but told reporters Monday that the amount would be “something substantial.”
Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced she will sign the emergency legislation passed by the City Council that bans the police from using neck restraints on suspects. The bill also bans the use of tear gas, pepper spray, rubber bullets and stun grenades to disperse protesters. The Council also passed a bill that requires the mayor to release police body camera video from any police-involved death or serious use of force within three days of the incident. The family members of the person involved in the incident will be the first to see the video, according to the bill’s language.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced short- and long-term changes to the city’s police force to address the concerns about police from residents. She said she will review the Seattle Police Department’s budget with a “special focus on listening community voices throughout the process.” Durkan has also called for an independent prosecutor at the state level to investigate and prosecute any police officers as well as updating the department’s procedures for mass protests.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced that the state will ban police departments from using chokeholds, carotid artery neck restraints or similar tactics. Grewal said their use has led to several incidents where a suspect suffered asphyxiation. The order provides an exemption “in the very limited situations when deadly force is necessary to address an imminent threat to life.”

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There are almost 8,000,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide, with over 420,000 deaths. As many countries open up again, the World Health Organization warned the situation is getting worse globally. Nearly 75% of recent cases came from 10 countries, mostly in the Americas and South Asia, said the WHO. The WHO also said that the spread of COVID-19 by asymptomatic people appears to be rare.
Latin America remains the epicenter of the pandemic now with the highest tolls reported in Brazil, Mexico, Chile and Peru — which together account for over 1 million confirmed cases. The WHO said Central and South America have likely not reached peak transmission yet. Cuba remains announced they are closing in on the tail end of the pandemic, where infections have been on the decline for two months.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to rise in U.S. states that were among the first and most aggressive to reopen, leading some local officials to reconsider reopening plans. In Oregon, Gov. Kate Brown announced a 7-day statewide pause on further reopening as health officials study the data and try to contain budding outbreaks. In Arizona, Gov. Doug Ducey tried to reassure people that the rise in confirmed cases was expected and that the state’s hospitals have the capacity to handle a further surge.
Recent data shows 21 states have seen an increase in their average daily new Covid 19 cases this week than in the previous week. Alabama, Oregon and South Carolina are among the states with the biggest increases. Alabama saw a 92 percent change in its seven-day average, while Oregon’s seven-day average was up 83.8 percent and South Carolina’s was up 60.3 percent. Hospitalizations have risen as well. For example, Arkansas has seen a 120.7 percent increase in hospitalizations, from 92 cases to 203, since Memorial Day.
Health officials warn that mass gatherings of any type could worsen the spread of the virus, as the 2020 election heats up and nationwide protests against racism and police brutality stretch into their third week across the globe. CDC continues to study the spread and effects of the novel coronavirus across the United States. We now know from recent studies that a significant portion of individuals with coronavirus lack symptoms (“asymptomatic”) and that even those who eventually develop symptoms (“pre-symptomatic”) can transmit the virus to others before showing symptoms. This means that the virus can spread between people interacting in close proximity—for example, speaking, coughing, or sneezing—even if those people are not exhibiting symptoms.
In light of this new evidence, CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. It is critical to emphasize that maintaining 6-feet social distancing remains important to slowing the spread of the virus. CDC is additionally advising the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure.

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Top Editors Resign Amid Backlash Over Bias Reporting of Protests

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The New York Times editorial page editor James Bennet has resigned following outrage from staff and readers over the publication of an op-ed by Senator Tom Cotton about the protests called “Send in the Troops.” In a statement, The Times said that James Bennet had resigned and that Katie Kingsbury would serve as the acting editorial page editor through the November election. The deputy editorial page editor, Jim Dao, is being reassigned to the newsroom and is stepping off the masthead.

In the opinion piece, Sen. Tom Cotton, advocated for deploying the military for riots. The senator described looting in New York City as “carnivals for the thrill-seeking rich as well as other criminal elements,” and wrote that leftist ntifa movement had infiltrated protest marches despite an earlier Times article that reported Antifa involvement in the protests as misinformation.  The column immediately drew backlash, with dozens of Times journalists voicing their opposition, tweeting the headline, caption and a form of the phrase “Running this puts Black @NYTimes staff in danger.”

Both Sulzberger and Bennet first defended the decision to run the column but the Times reversed itself and said the column had not met editorial standards. The Times reported that Bennet said in a meeting with staff members that he had not read the essay before it was published. And the paper added an editor’s note to the top of the original column.  “We’ve examined the piece and the process leading up to its publication,” said Eileen Murphy, a Times spokeswoman. “This review made clear that a rushed editorial process led to the publication of an op-ed that did not meet our standards. As a result, we’re planning to examine both short-term and long-term changes, to include expanding our fact-checking operation and reducing the number of op-eds we publish.”

Meanwhile, Stan Wischnowski,  the top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, has also resigned days after the paper published a piece titled “Buildings Matter, Too.”  The newsroom vet resigned after backlash from staff over that headline on a story that said “there could be a gaping hole in the heart of Philadelphia” amid protests over the killing of George Floyd.

Dozens of journalists signed an open letter to their editors explaining their decision to call out “sick and tired,” CNN reported. “They said they have spent ‘months and years’ trying to gain the public’s trust only to have it “eroded in an instant by careless, unempathetic decisions.”  The paper issued an apology the next day.  But it wasn’t just the article that played a role in Wischnowski’s resignation.  Wischnowski and other editors had scheduled a staffwide Zoom meeting to discuss race at The Inquirer and the pressures in particular faced by journalists of color before the article was published.

The Zoom session started off with Wischnowski telling staffers about the strides made in diversifying its 213-member newsroom but the session turned intense and emotional.  Some journalists could be seen in tears in their Zoom frames. Critics, black and white, denounced the pace of change at the paper, sharply criticizing both coverage and the racial and gender mix of the staff. Several journalists pointed out that the newspaper could muster only one male African American reporter to cover the protests and police response convulsing a city that is majority minority.  Hours after the wrenching Zoom session, about 50 journalists of color signed an open letter calling for faster changes at the paper. The following day, most of the minority staff took the day off from work in protest.

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