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More than 100 killed, 4,000 injured and 300,000 displaced by the explosion in #Beirut , Lebanon. Our teams on the ground need your help. In a country already struggling with COVID-19 and economic collapse, every donation counts.

A plane carrying 20 tonnes of @WHO  supplies just landed in Beirut, #Lebanon  LB , to support treatment of patients suffering from injuries & burns as a result of yesterday’s massive blast. The supplies will cover 1000 trauma interventions & 1000 surgical interventions for patients.

Life has changed in many ways for most of us. If you are worried or anxious about #coronavirus , #EveryMindMatters  has some useful tips to help improve your mental health and wellbeing. Learn more: ▶️

The videos were from outside the federal courthouse — the epicenter of clashes between federal agents and Black Lives Matter protesters.

STAT OF THE WEEK: 1.5% of the U.S. population has had a confirmed case of #COVID19  as of August 5, 2020. That's approximately 1 in 70 individuals in the United States.

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Many important, long-standing Medicare beneficiary protections and controls to reduce inappropriate Medicare spending have been temporarily waived by extensive regulatory changes that were made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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#COVID19 is widespread in several areas of the US, particularly in the South, West, and parts of the Midwest. Additionally, 11 states had more than 10,000 new cases in the last week. Learn more:

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"Perhaps the butterfly is proof that you can go through a great deal of darkness yet still become something beautiful." ~Beau Taplin

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AARP's voter engagement campaign will help Americans 50+ vote safely during the #coronavirus  pandemic, however they decide to cast their ballot. #ProtectVoters50Plus 

Now: on 5 to 4 vote, #scotus  says Orange County Ca. sheriff doesn't have to comply with lower court order on coronavirus accommodations at jail. Continues court's hands-off approach to local and state officials on dealing with pandemic

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