Shop owners across the U.S. are taking to social media begging adults to stop verbally abusing their young employees over mask policies.
Despite their commitments to "self-care," too many spas, makeup superstores, and salon chains are lax about mask-wearing, putting customers and employees at risk.
Protestors held signs reading, "I will not be masked, tested, tracked or poisoned".
Most of us think we're being careful during this pandemic... so when making plans, it's a good idea to discuss what "careful" actually means to you in practice.
“It is officially official,” Savannah Mayor Van Johnson tweeted. “Governor Kemp does not give a damn about us.”
Yesterday, the number of new cases in the U.S. topped 50,000 for the first time.
Emotionally exhausted Americans have started to relax their personal safety measures around coronavirus. Some have legitimate reasons for doing so—others, not so much.
New York’s ‘Mask Man’ Allegedly Said He Felt ‘Like a Drug Dealer’ Selling N95s at Huge Markups. The Feds Just Arrested Him.
He charged as much as $25 for masks that typically cost $1.27 a pop, according to the complaint.
Inspired by Ramadan, several Muslim organizations and individuals are donating their time and money to aid those hit hard by COVID-19.
Police are imposing 150-euro fines on people accused of breaking lockdown laws. The homeless have not been exempt.