Day: April 12, 2020

Fruit and vegetable plants/seeds ‘nonessential’ under governor’s orderInteresting News

Fruit and vegetable plants/seeds ‘nonessential’ under governor’s order

An extended “stay at home” order by Governor Gretchen Whitmer bans selling fruit and vegetable plants. Workers at greenhouses and
N.J. hospital is 1st in U.S to try placenta therapy on critically ill coronavirus patientFood & Health News

N.J. hospital is 1st in U.S to try placenta therapy on critically ill coronavirus patient

Using a cutting-edge experimental therapy, doctors at a Bergen County hospital on Saturday injected cells from a placenta into a
Kentucky To Record License Plates At Church Services, Quarantine Car OccupantsMore News

Kentucky To Record License Plates At Church Services, Quarantine Car Occupants

Democrat Gov. Andy Beshear has ordered state surveillance of any in-person church services conducted in Kentucky over Easter weekend, and
FDA warns Alex Jones to stop pitching bogus coronavirus remediesInteresting News

FDA warns Alex Jones to stop pitching bogus coronavirus remedies

U.S. health officials are warning conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones to stop pitching bogus remedies for the coronavirus.
Ron DeSantis justifies reopening schools early: ‘No one under 25 has died from coronavirus’More News

Ron DeSantis justifies reopening schools early: ‘No one under 25 has died from coronavirus’

Schools in Florida have been closed since March due to the coronavirus outbreak, but Governor Ron DeSantis is now mulling
Trump has declared major disaster in all 50 states at once, first time in historyMore News

Trump has declared major disaster in all 50 states at once, first time in history

President Trump issued a major disaster declaration for Wyoming on Saturday, meaning that there is now such a declaration within all 50
Cuomo says de Blasio doesn’t have authority to keep NYC schools closedRandom News

Cuomo says de Blasio doesn’t have authority to keep NYC schools closed

Even the coronavirus pandemic couldn’t stop Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio from squaring off in a petty