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CA State Parks Jul 10
Planning a visit this weekend? Please don’t come or collect with a crowd. In an effort to save lives & only gather with your current household. For more info & for visitor guidelines visit .
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Gilbert C. Remulla Jul 5
At this point, it’s no longer about government trying to stem rising cases of . It’s about individuals practicing all safety protocols. By this time, everyone should know how to keep safe. Pero kung pasaway at makulit, ano dapat gawin ng gobyerno?
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Greta Thunberg Jul 10
School strike week 99. The climate crisis doesn’t go on summer holiday, so we keep on protesting.
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Kirk Dickinson Jul 7
Replying to @RepBrianHiggins
Hi Brian, here's a map from Johns Hopkins University which shows the comparison of current COVID-19 cases between the USA and Canada. Perhaps, instead of pushing for a plan to reopen the border, there should be a bipartisan push in the US to like Canada did.
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Terri Lewis, PhD #CripTheVote2020 Jul 6
Replying to @cnni
For those who are gauging their current behavior on the likelihood that herd immunity will develop in your lifetime, think again. We're going to see a lot of dead people between now and herd immunity. You could well be one of them.
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Dr. Dena Grayson Jul 9
Friends, we are heading into a very, very difficult period with in the US. New cases are soaring, hospitals/ICUs are getting overwhelmed, and there is ZERO federal leadership. The death toll will rise very soon, and we have done little to .
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University of Oregon Jul 9
The Duck is helping flatten the curve. Be like the Duck: Wear your mask and maintain social distancing. 🦆😷
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Clay Jenkins Jul 5
. reports 1,062 cases. Today we are fortunate to report no new deaths; however, we do have over 1,000 new cases. The situation is that we are experiencing rampant community spread and it’s up to all of us to .
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Jason Lewis Jul 10
Not so long ago we were told to it’s only 2 weeks... It sure didn’t take long for that become “Wear a mask or go to jail!”
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Jepoy 14h
Ey! Made a 30-second video on how we can protect ourselves from the virus! Yieeee proud kaykos ako nahimo AHAHAHA rt to save a life
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Truth Matters 4h
Hey & , this is what real leadership looks like. knows how to ! The will come back; our loved ones may not! “You can’t remedy loss of life, and that has to be our top priority.”
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David M. Green 🧢 Jul 8
Come on Melbourne, let’s (again). No one is better prepared for this than us.
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Zack F Jul 10
All European Countries managed to . Some did better than others. (Sweden is the first one on the right side) Overall mortality ().
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Stephanie Locricchio Jul 9
Clearly we’ve and yet are being mandated. Do you still think it’s about public health or do you finally see that it’s about ? Take your and against here’s some for you.
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Deniz4Future Jul 10
My 68th week on 🌍 We need to make change happen in our own countries first. Turkey must ratify Paris Agreement ASAP as a good step forward to fight climate crisis 🌍
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Allen Cheng Jul 10
We can do this, Melbourne. (Apple Mobility data)
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Kenyatta University Hospital (KUTRRH) Jul 6
Garlic contains a compound called alliin. When garlic is crushed, sliced or chewed, alliin turns into allicin, the main active ingredient in garlic, which is associated with its immune-boosting properties. Eating garlic often may help fight common colds or flu.
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ArielTroster Jul 10
1/ A few final thoughts re: schools. We are not Texas or Florida. If I lived there, I would not be advocating to re-open schools. They have 10,000 new infections a day, we have 0-5. We did the work to and now kids deserve an education
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Monty 🇺🇸Hamilton's Battery🇺🇸 Boa Jul 10
Replying to @marcorubio
Who cares whether all patients in Florida's 84 overflowing hospitals are being treated for ? People who need an ICU bed usually die without one. The shortage caused by DeSantis's mismanagement kills them whether they're COVID-19 or not. .
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Ian Price Jul 10
School strike for climate week 83. It’s summer break but the climate crisis doesn’t take a break so neither do we.
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