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Washing your hands is one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself and others from illness. Here’s the technique experts say is best.

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Buying the latest designer shoe or handbag isn’t exactly top of mind in a pandemic, and experts predict this “recession economy mindset” will have major ripple effects on shopping patterns, spending, and the success of major brands.

New from me and @dmrider ⁩: We know municipal homes have seen lower COVID-19 death rates, so we dug a little deeper. Data provided the Star shows a significant wage and benefits gap between municipal and for-profit/non-profit long-term care workers.

Tear gas fired at protesters, angry at the death of unarmed George Floyd, who was pinned down by a policeman in Minnesota, US

It's a far cry from a year ago, when Hong Kong protesters managed to thwart a bill that would allow extraditions to China

Poland to scrap compulsory outdoor masks, reopen cinemas as coronavirus abates

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Federal records show OSHA worked for six years to create new rules to prepare for an airborne infectious disease pandemic. The Obama White House formally added it to a list of regulations to be implemented in 2017. Then President Trump took office.

George Floyd killing: sister says police officers should be charged with murder

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