A national shortage of face masks has left hospitals and other companies scrambling for ways to build their own stockpiles.
"In these challenging times," said Simon Chairman, CEO and President David Simon, "we made the decision that we will not open on Thanksgiving Day."
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A federal judge on Monday ruled Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's executive actions to close or restrict non–life sustaining businesses during the coronavirus pandemic are unconstitutional.
"Masks are just a symbol of deception and oppression," Saundra McDowell wrote on Facebook.
The bar manager at 710 Beach Bar in San Diego said a customer refusing to comply with the mask policy broke his nose.
Trump's comments come as he faces backlash for holding a campaign rally indoors in Henderson, Nevada, on Sunday night.
Although the three have offered similar timelines, Facui's taken the most conservative approach, saying a vaccine likely won't be available before the end of the year.
"There is a compromise if the speaker [of the House] is willing to move forward," Steven Mnuchin said.
They went out for tacos, and instinct kicked in when they spotted a nearby fire.
The local health board is unable to test and isolate the students who attended the party as many ran away or gave the police false names.
In Canada, several thousand anti-mask protesters gathered in Montreal and Vancouver, criticizing the country's response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Experts told Newsweek cases will likely soon climb, and that the country is in for a rocky few months .
Biden could support another round of stimulus checks, but it's unclear what form payments could take.
More than 160 coronavirus cases have been linked to a wedding that took place in the Millinocket area of Maine last month.
A 26-year-old U.S. citizen was recently accused of sparking a wave of new coronavirus infections in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a ski town in Bavaria, Germany.
The president has suggested Democrats do not want a deal as it could boost his chances of a second term in the White House.
Police say they hope the punishment will deter others from refusing to wear a face covering in public.
Scientists will test the Oxford vaccine and another being developed by scientists at Imperial College London.
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Tegnell also said "of course something went wrong" with Sweden's approach, as over 5,800 people died of COVID-19.
Oracle's winning bid is just part of the company's inner workings closely related with the White House to win contracts worth billions of dollars.
The lockdown, opposed by some cabinet members, will begin on Friday and include the Jewish New Year.
Among independent voters, 65 percent say the Democratic presidential nominee has more respect for the military, while just 35 percent say the same for the president.
The study found similar numbers of positive and negative patients who said they always wore a mask in public, but those who tested positive were more likely to have dined out in the 14 days before their diagnosis.
Researchers analyzed three outbreaks of COVID-19 at childcare facilities in Salt Lake County and found 12 children spread the virus to at least 12 of the 46 people they came into contact with at home.
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If Congress passes new legislation offering COVID-19 relief, people who received $300 payments from the Lost Wages Assistance program may need to return it if the payments overlap.
In an effort to prevent a second wave of COVID-19 affecting Quebec, officials for the city have approved new rules that will allow police to issue fines for people who don't wear masks in public places.
Wildfire smoke can trigger a wide arrange of symptoms in humans, many of which are eerily similar to ones most commonly associated with COVID-19.