Oh my god... Cameron Smith found out after he tested positive for COVID that he needed open heart surgery and that his heart was severely enlarged. WOW https://t.co/NZDZg7R3WS— Matthew Coller (@MatthewColler) August 8, 2020
Public health officials believed that one of the most effective ways to fight the virus was to disinfect highly touched surfaces. But now infectious-disease experts have since denounced the practice as both ineffective and a potential health hazard. https://t.co/TrPzfdK7sa— National Geographic Magazine (@NatGeoMag) August 8, 2020
turns out the answer was "yes, for about seven weeks" https://t.co/EI6pjiZIOT— Justin McElroy (@j_mcelroy) August 8, 2020
I trusted my people, they trusted me, and South Dakota is in a good spot in our fight against COVID-19.— Kristi Noem (@KristiNoem) August 6, 2020
The #Sturgis motorcycle rally starts this weekend, and we're excited for visitors to see what our great state has to offer! https://t.co/UiHvaYviqa
Throngs of maskless bikers were packing the streets today at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota. "Screw COVID," read the design on one T-shirt being hawked at the event. "I went to Sturgis." https://t.co/y2uqCmZ7K9— Star Tribune (@StarTribune) August 8, 2020
Odd how a hundred or so Brits dying every day from Covid barely registers, but a couple of dozen migrants (including children), arriving in Kent is somehow treated as a massive threat to the security and future of the nation.— Paul James Cardwell (@Cardwell_PJ) August 7, 2020
Delta has banned 100 anti-maskers from taking their flights — and even gone a step further by adding them to a "no fly" list.— NPR (@NPR) August 8, 2020
Despite outrage from some consumers, legal experts say it's within the airline's scope of rights. https://t.co/QznkBdANzq
The @CDCgov found a new risk from the prolonged pandemic shutdown: Legionella https://t.co/gbrTHyMyfz— Maggie Fox (@maggiemfox) August 7, 2020
Expert warning us in August that the election will be a corrupt disaster feels a lot like experts warning us in February that the pandemic will be bad.— Schooley (@Rschooley) August 8, 2020
Have cities shut down streets & changed noise ordinances to allow some music & dancing outdoors?— Ash Amlani (@ash_amlani) August 8, 2020
Have cities created spaces for outdoor movie nights?
Have cities enabled residents to hold neighbourhood block parties?
Few faces in big spaces only works if we free up space /2
Kids: Can I get coronavirus?— Caitlin Reese ⚡️ (@TheCaitlinReese) August 8, 2020
Government: “May” I get coronavirus?
between global warming melting the ice caps and now the future of democracy hinging on the fate of the post office I think we all owe Kevin Costner an apology— Matt Oswalt (@MattOswaltVA) August 8, 2020
August 8, 2020
Is this what the Whole Foods marketing department is calling it? pic.twitter.com/E52a9Eyk9H— Eveline Chao (@EvelineChao) August 9, 2020
"Like the flu, xenomorphs affect the GI tract and appear to be highly contagious. Only six of our employees, however, have suffered complications related to xenomorphs. The flu kills far more people every year." https://t.co/rjeGjVYCpA— Timothy McSweeney (@mcsweeneys) August 7, 2020