Biker chic: Jonathan Ross looked like he was trying to turn back the years while out in London. His leather biker jacket and dark sunglasses would not have looked out of place in film Grease, while the jeans he tucked into his trainers only accentuated the size of his waistline. It was a total fashion disaster. Ross, who looks more at home wearing a suit on his BBC chat show, struck up a bizarre friendship with Eminem after the rapper appeared on the programme last month. Ross revealed on his Twitter blog that he had bonded with the year-old singer over a mutual love of comics.
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San Juan Regional Medical Center provides an external assessment service to patients with cold and flu-like symptoms who can drive through and be evaluated if necessary for COVID Marshall Escojeda of ABC Canvas makes protective masks for medical workers and first responders — a good way to support the community, he says. But working inside city buildings, locals knew a storm was brewing and headed their way. Though experts say COVID patients will likely cluster in various places at various times in the next few months, northwestern New Mexico is where it is spreading with frightening speed.
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Seattle has emerged as a hot spot for COVID activity, after a weekend that saw at least two dozen newly confirmed cases from the West to East Coasts. New York, Florida, and New Hampshire all reported their first cases, while governors in Washington and Florida have declared states of emergencies. For the first time since the outbreak began, cases involving community spread of the novel coronavirus outnumbered cases among Americans who contracted the virus while traveling, according to the COVID website maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC. While the exact number is in flux, the country has at least 52 cases linked to community spread or travel, and 48 cases in Americans repatriated from Wuhan, China or the Diamond Princess cruise ship. The patient was released after two negative tests, but has now tested positive for the virus.
Memorial for Fallon Smart in August Photo: J. The settlement comes from a lawsuit filed by the Estate of Fallon Smart. The suit alleged wrongful death and negligence from the Portland Bureau of Transportation based on conditions at the intersection of Hawthorne and SE 43rd. The tragic death of this young Portlander and the maddening circumstances surrounding the man who killed her are blights our city will never fully recover from; but this relatively rare and large payment by PBOT could be a positive sign that road agencies will take more responsibility to keep our streets safe.