The Dallas-Forth Worth-Arlington metroplex has about 90 hospitals with a 14,000-bed capacity, though 25 hospitals reportedly have 70 percent of their beds currently occupied.
Authorities say the police officer was asymptomatic and does not have regular contact with the public, though he did work protests as recently as June 10.
The nurse said she realized just how serious the pandemic was after temporarily working in New York City, the hardest-hit area in the country.
The survey also said that two out of three homeowners would accept a lower offer than they had asked for.
Garuda Indonesia said it has not yet decided when to implement the changes, which will replace masks replaced with face shields.
Flight bookings are down 82 percent from last year, the International Air Transport Association says.
The former vice president leads the president by double digits in both states.
The mayor said that everything "was moving very quickly" at the time and that the mistake does not mean there was an intention to mislead the public.
Approximately 2,500 prisoners were released from Rikers Island due to the concerns over the novel coronavirus. Of those, 250 have been arrested 450 times since their release.
The state released three plans that will be implemented throughout the 2020-21 school year, depending on the course of the novel coronavirus.
The confrontation between the Brandenburg residents and protesters at the site of the Confederate monument was peaceful.
The governor said the state, which is in its second phase of reopening, has not yet made a decision about altering its reopening plan based on this new information.
The seven-day rolling average of daily new cases in the state increased by 65 percent between June 1-7.
"There is an election coming in November and we will protect political speech, even when we strongly disagree with it," Facebook said.
"I think we have learned that if you shut down the economy you're going to create more damage, and not just economic damage," Mnuchin said during an inteview on CNBC.
The 42-year-old infected man was sent to the hospital, and his two closest family members are under observation.
New Jersey had a ban in place for outdoor gatherings of over 25 people when the governor participated in protests last weekend.
The La Palma Detention Center in Arizona currently has 14 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, and 78 total confirmed cases since February
The president also received more votes than the combined total for all of the Democrats in the primary, including candidates who dropped out of the race months ago.
Javier Ambler died in police custody on March 28, 2019, after being chased by law enforcement officers for 22 minutes for failing to dim his headlights.
The Minnesota Orchestra stated that it will also combat "white privilege" in its own organization to advance change.
Orville Hubbard was a segregationist who held discriminatory views against African Americans, Catholics, Arabs, and Jewish people.
The mayor also said that she hopes that one day the words of Martin Luther King will come true, so that people will be judged by the content of their character and not their skin color.
The mayor said that those who violate "very clear directives of the Chicago Police Department" will be fired.
The Grayson Police Department chief was accused of malfeasance in office and obstruction of justice after over $3,600 in seized money could not be accounted for.
The mayor, who said he dictated the email because of his dyslexia, maintained that he did not say the word "good," but ultimately decided to resign.
Attorneys for the rookie police officers said they were told by Chauvin to wait for an ambulance after asking Chauvin to turn Floyd over instead of leaving him pressed on the ground face down.
Mayor Greg Fischer said in a statement that he understands their actions and it does not change his appreciation for the police force.
The state's governor said the statue will be taken down and that Virginia will "no longer preach a false version of history."