Bar closures and other lockdown measures meant to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 have sparked potentially permanent alcohol reforms in U.S.
According to new poll, the vast majority of Americans believe houses of worship should follow the same pandemic guidelines as other businesses and organizations. The poll, which was released by Pew on Friday, revealed nearly eight in 10 Americans agree with this line of thinking.
According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins, New Yorkers are five times more likely to die from COVID-19 than Floridians. One America’s John Hines has more on this report.
Many schools across the country have turned to virtual learning this fall, but some parents are finding alternatives to get their kids back to face-to-face learning. Classes are set to begin for many in mid-August, and American families are reportedly looking at private schools as another option.
Motorcyclists from across the country gathered amid the coronavirus pandemic to celebrate the 80th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota. The event, which kicked off on Friday, is expected to draw 250,000 motorcycle enthusiasts over the course of the 10-day rally.
The chief adviser for President Trump’s “Operation Warp Speed” has said he would resign if pressured politically on vaccine production. During a recent interview with the American Enterprise Institute, Dr. Moncef Slaoui stated he will not rush the process and would leave his position if ever told to do so.
North Carolina’s governor has confirmed most schools in the state will opt for remote learning this fall. He has left the decision in the hands of each school district.
Schools in New York City have been given the green light to resume in-person learning this fall. Governor Andrew Cuomo made the announcement on Friday following multiple weeks of a 1% coronavirus infection rate.
The governor of Ohio tested positive for coronavirus on the same day President Trump visited the Buckeye State. According to a statement from his office, Mike DeWine was tested on the tarmac in Cleveland on Thursday as a standard protocol ahead of his visit with the president.