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President Trump, who has for months been at loggerheads with public health experts on how best to contain the Coronavirus pandemic, on Monday called Dr. Anthony Fauci disaster and complained that Americans are tired of hearing from these idiots, according to media reports of a call between Trump and campaign staff. People are tired of hearing Fauci and these idiots, all these idiots who get it wrong, Trump said on a call meant to discuss Election Day strategy, according to the New York Times. He's been here for 500 years, Trump reportedly said of Fauci. Every time he goes on television, there's always bomb, but there's bigger bomb if you fire him. This guy's disaster. This is not the first time Trump has made apparent his distaste for Fauci, leading Infectious disease expert on White House Coronavirus Task Force, and the doctor's handling of the pandemic. In April, after Fauci implied in an interview that the Administration's slow response to the pandemic had cost American lives, Trump retweeted a message from supporter that read in part: time to FireFauci. Fauci has also publicly expressed displeasure at Trump's attitude toward the pandemic that has killed nearly 220 000 people in the United States. Discussing the President earlier this month contracting virus, Fauci said on CBS's 60 Minutes program: I was worried that he was going to get sick when I saw him in a completely precarious situation of crowd, NO separation between people, and almost nobody wearing a mask. And then, sure enough, it turned out to be a superspreader event, he said in an interview that aired Sunday, referencing Trump's nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court Rise Garden event where few people wore masks and from which several attendees have since tested positive for Coronavirus. Trump responded Monday on Twitter, saying Fauci seemed to get more airtime than anybody since late, great, Bob Hope. Separately, Trump, who has a number of polls that show him trailing Democrat Joe Biden in the Presidential race, tweeted that he was more confident than ever of being reelect. Trump's tweet praised Mark Meadows, White House chief of staff who has been under fire for mixed messages about Trump's health when the President was hospitalized earlier this month.

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Presidential debate

As Trump attacked Dr Anthony Fauci as Disaster this Morning, Infectious Disease expert was virtually accepting an award for exemplary leadership. In his remarks accepting the award, Fauci warned the country is going through time thats disturbingly anti-science in certain segments of our society. Fauci made similar comments in his 60 Minutes interview, which aired yesterday. A Top health official says he has received death threats since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, and his family members have been harass. Kamala Harris is campaigning in the crucial swing state of Florida, where in-person early voting starts today. The Democratic vice-Presidential nominee spoke at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando, where dozens of cars had pulled up for the drive-in rally. Drivers honk their horns in support as the event unfold. Harris will also participate in a voter mobilization event in Jacksonville later today. Days events mark return to the campaign trail for Harris, who cancelled her planned trips this weekend after two people she had recently flown with tested positive for Coronavirus. The Biden's campaign said Harris did not have close contact with either person, but she still cancelled her travel plan out of abundance of caution. It should also be noted that the Trump campaign recently uses Dr Anthony Fauci's words in a campaign ad, decision that attracted criticism from Infectious Disease expert. The Ad includes Faucis comment from March praising the work of the White House Coronavirus Task Force. I cant imagine that anybody could be doing more, Fauci said at the time. The Trump campaign took the comment and placed it in an ad to make it seem as though Fauci was specifically referring to the President. Fauci said last week, that the ad clearly implies strongly that I am endorsing political candidate, and I have not given them my permission to do that. He add, quote that they take is completely out of context. So Trump is simultaneously calling the Fauci Disaster and using experts ' words to try to bolster his own credibility on pandemic response. Although Trump described Dr Anthony Fauci as a Disaster, President told campaign staffers that he was worried about the consequences of firing an Infectious Disease expert. Every time he goes on television, there is always a bomb, but theres bigger bomb if you fire him, Trump say. The President also acknowledged that there were likely reporters listening in on campaign staff call. But Trump seems unconcerned about his attacks on Fauci being made public. If theres reporter on, you can have it just the way I say it, I couldnt care less, Trump say. Trump join campaign staff call from his hotel in Las Vegas, where he is staying before his two campaign rallies in Arizona later today. The President tried to instill confidence in his campaign staff, insisting he would win the election, despite recent disappointing polls. Were going to win, Trump say. I wouldnt have told you that maybe two or three weeks ago.

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The Trader Joes Karen

These mask disputes are continuing to emerge at a time when coronavirus cases across the country are rising. The United States broke another record Friday, reporting the highest number of new cases in a single day with at least 45 300 new infections. As of now, at least 36 States have reported a rise in new cases. At least 12 have halt or rolled back on reopening plans, like Arizona, Texas, and Florida, which are quickly becoming new epicenters for virus. Vice President Mike Pence has even postponed appearances in Arizona and Florida set for this week out of abundance of caution due to spikes. Pence is still expected to travel to those States to meet with governors and local officials, but visits will no longer include campaign events. With the 4 of July weekend just around the corner, many are fearful of more potential spread, especially in Florida, after the state broke its single-day case record again Saturday with 9 585 new coronavirus cases. Another 8 530 new cases were recorded Sunday. In an effort to deal with the weekend rush, officials have ordered ordered ered beaches in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Palm Beach to be closed for the weekend. The Miami-Dae Countys Mayor added parks into that order as well, warning that closure could be extended if conditions do improve. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday took his most drastic action yet in response to the post-reopening coronavirus surge, shutting bars back down and scaling back restaurant capacity to 50 %. Just a few hours later, Florida also shut down bars with an announcement from Halsey Beshears, Secretary of the Department of Business & Professional Regulation. Other States are moving to do the same in specific counties, especially in anticipation of weekend festivities.

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The hair salon people

As of Oct. 31, Santa Clara County reported 25 139 confirmed coronavirus cases and 406 deaths. California had 926 534 positive cases and 17 667 deaths as of Oct. 31. However, health officials have warned recent figures have been underreported due TO issues with State Database TO input new test results. California GOV. Gavin Newsom has issued indefinite shelter in place ORDER FOR State but has eased some restrictions by allowing certain businesses TO operate outdoors. 10 am Nov. 2: Santa Clara County surpass 1 MILLION COVID-19 tests Santa Clara County Public Health officials announce THEY had surpass administering 1 MILLION COVID-19 tests, largely through fairground site that serve 2 500 residents daily. That IS a significant milestone in the fight against COVID-19, said Betty Duong, County of Santa Clara Emergency Operations Center Spokesperson. Dr. Marty Fenstersheib, Santa Clara Countys COVID-19 TESTING Officer, says TESTING has aided the County in keeping its infection numbers low. Our positivity rate IS under 2 % FOR the county as whole, Fenstersheib say. Santa Clara County has 1. 5 % positivity rate as compared TO San Mateo and Alameda Counties, which each have 1. 6 % positivity rate. Contra Costa has 1. 9 % positivity rate. San Francisco County has a higher per person rate of TESTING and a lower positivity rate 8 % but IS half the size of Santa Clara County. Fenstersheib says County Health, which does the bulk of the TESTING, IS doing 7 000 TO 8 000 COVID-19 tests per day. He said although the County initially had difficulty in getting tests and meeting demand, health providers have stepped up, especially following ORDER requiring them TO. TESTING IS one tool in combating pandemic, Fenstersheib say. If WE dont know who is infect, WE ca keep that infected person FROM exposing someone else. Santa Clara Valley Medical Center also has increased its TESTING. Kimberly Soria, clinical Coordinator, says Medical Centers WAS responsible for more than 30 % of COVID-19 TESTING in the County. Soria say that in addition to TESTING being fast and painless, insurance IS not require. The county has target COVID-19 critically affected communities and position TESTING locations in most cities. TESTING IS FREE regardless of immigration status and insurance. Although patients may be asked TO provide Insurance information, so insurance companies may be bill, patients will be CHARGE. Fenstersheib says essential and frontline workers should be tested monthly. 3 pm Oct. 31: Celebrate Halloween, Dia De Los Muertos without getting COVID-19 safest way TO Celebrate Halloween and Dia De Los Muertos this weekend IS TO Stay inside and DO activities with fellow household members, health officials say. TO Celebrate holidays with least risk FOR COVID-19 exposure, families and roommates can organize Halloween-theme scavenger hunt, carve pumpkins, compete in a virtual costume contest, watch drive-IN movie, visit outdoor pumpkin patch, cook together and create altars TO honor loved ones, according TO County guidelines. People who choose to trick-or-treat OUTSIDE can reduce risk of transmitting COVID-19 by following local and federal health guidelines.

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Movie theaters

WASHINGTON One of Jay Timmons ' Facebook friends invited him last week to attend the Reopen Virginia rally in Richmond, protest against the stay-at-home order issue amid coronavirus by the state Democratic governor. Mr. Timmons unfriended the sender, then published a searing retort, criticizing protesters and accusing them of putting manufacturing workers ' lives at risk by defying rules meant to limit the spread of the virus. Mr. Timmons ' post begins with a single word in all capital letters: IDIOTS. Chief of staff to the Republican former governor of Virginia, Mr. Timmons now heads the National Association of Manufacturers, one of America's largest business lobbying groups. His frustrations, which he detailed this week online and in a 30-minute interview, show a stark divide between small-but-loud groups of protesters who are marching on state capitols to demand immediate lifting of restrictions on economic activity and business leaders who have called for more gradual and careful steps toward reopening. These people are standing so close together without any protection with children, for Gods sakes, Mr. Timmons Say in the video call. And they have no concern, and it is all about them, and it is all about what they want. And you know what? Every one of US wants it. Every one of US wants some sense of normalcy. But I can tell you this: Well, never have it if our manufacturing workers ca do their jobs, if they ca get that personal protective equipment manufacture, so that everybody has access to it to go back out into public. Mr. Timmons Say he supports Americans ' right to protest, but he encourages people to exercise that right within the confines of social distancing protocol. He suggests posting on social media, calling offices of political leaders, even writing strongly word, vitriolic letters to news media outlets or lawmakers. Polls show vast majorities of Americans support restrictions that governors and local officials have imposed on economic activity. Fewer than one in five respondents to a poll this month for New York Times by online research firm SurveyMonkey say such restrictions go too far. Nearly half of those who say restrictions go too far identified themselves as conservative or very conservative, though Republicans as a whole favor restrictions handily. The Virginia Republican Party has called for Gov. Ralph Northam to move immediately to Reopen state. Some states, like South Dakota, have imposed few restrictions on activity amid the pandemic but still experience sharp contractions in their economies. Others, like Georgia and South Carolina, signal this week that they would begin lifting restrictions. The Georgia governor says he plans to allow gyms, nail and hair salons, and bowling alleys to begin operating as soon as Friday, with restaurants and movie theaters potentially opening as early as Monday. Mr. Timmons, who lives in the Northern Virginia suburbs of WASHINGTON, Say small manufacturers in particular were at risk of failing amid the crisis and would need additional help from federal lawmakers to survive it.

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Indoor diners

Dining out is one of the riskiest possible activities during the Coronavirus pandemic, according to a Report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday, citing the fact that masks are not used while people are eating and drinking. CDC officials interviewed about 314 people who experienced symptoms of the virus and got tests, about half of whom were positive. Both positive and negative subjects say they had engaged in activities such as attending church and in-person shopping. However, people who test positive were about twice as likely than those who test negative to say they had dinner at a restaurant. People who test positive but could not identify specific occasion when they were exposed to the virus were also MORE likely to have recently visited a bar or coffee shop. Eating and drinking on-site at locations that offer such options might be important risk factors associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection, report states. Efforts to reduce possible exposures where mask use and social distancing are difficult to maintain, such as when eating and drinking, should be considered to protect customers, employees, and communities. With every state in some form of reopening, numerous localities and states are currently resuming dine-in services. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Andrew Cuomo Hill's Morning Report-sponsor by Facebook-24 hours to go Cuomo: NY visitors must test negative for COVID-19 three days before arrival New York attorney general working on list of Trump initiatives for Biden to reverse MORE announced Wednesday that reduce-capacity indoor dining can begin Sept. 30 in New York City. Cuomo said bar service will remain unavailable and that temperature checks will be required for all dine-in customers. Most restaurants in the state have already reopened for some indoor dining. If people are going to eat out, they need to be thoughtful about how they're going to do it, study co-author Todd Rice told NBC News. Even if I'm sitting at a table and food hasn't arrived yet, I still wear a mask. I won't sit at a table that's next to somebody else, add Rice, associate professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. In Nashville, where Rice live, restaurants have reopened at 50 percent capacity.

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Outdoor diners

JB Pritzker announced loosened restrictions for restaurants and bars slat to go into effect at the end of May. Restaurants and bars will be allowed to reopen outdoor areas for patrons on May 29 as long it is in region that meet requirements to move from phase two to three in the state pandemic reopening plan. Indoor dining will still not be allowed because of the way coronavirus spreads, public health officials say. Financial assistance isnt enough, Pritzker say. It has been important to me to reopen them but only if it can be done in a way that keeps its employees and customers safe. Restaurants face dire consequences if they werent able to reopen partially soon, said Sam Toia, president and CEO of the Illinois Restaurant Association. We recognize that this act will not provide a solution for every operator, but it is a step in the right direction, Toia say. In the governor's original plan, restaurants would only be allowed to offer curbside pickup and delivery until phase four, which would begin June 26 at the earliest. It will be safe to dine outside with right restrictions, tables six feet apart and away from sidewalks, masks and distancing for staff, and other precautions, Pritzker say. The announcement came after weeks of pressure from restaurant owners to allow them to reopen earlier. Municipalities could allow for expanded outdoor seating options by closing down streets and sidewalks. Lets close down the streets. Lets expand sidewalk cafes. Lets use parking lots and public ways. Let show the world how innovative Illinois can be, Toia set. State parks will be allowed to reopen as well, governor announce. Gyms, tennis courts and golf courses will also see loosened restrictions at the end of May. The virus has not gone away, Pritkzer say. We must persevere. Here is a full list of updates to third phase rules in the Restore Illinois plan:

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Schools

A Harvard-educate virologist on Friday said schools should not reopen until the vaccine for coronavirus becomes available, hopefully by the end of this year. Households with vulnerable members would be taking a significant risk sending children back to school before there is IS vaccine, says Peter Kolchinsky, biotechnology investor trained in the study of viruses, and author of Great American Drug Deal: New Prescription for Innovative and Affordable Medicine. He told the Herald hopefully our leadership doesnt give people in these households a false sense of security that puts them in harms way. Studies have shown that children can get infected by viruses, Kolchinsky say, and can pass it on to the elderly and people with underlying conditions, such as diabetes and cancer, who are particularly at risk. So when vaccines do become available, he say, question become how do you make best use of limited doses. Pick school, and vaccinate all students and staff households that have vulnerable people and then focus on the next school and next, said Kolchinsky, managing partner of RA Capital Management. You do have to vaccinate households where you have healthy people. Federal and state officials so far have been managing the response to the coronavirus, including deployment of tests. So, presumably, they would be accountable for recommendations on how early doses of vaccines will be deployed to best effect, he say. Spreading vaccines too thinly would be counter-productive, Kolchinsky say. Better to adequately vaccinate all people who do already have antibodies in all households with vulnerable members that have children attending school. That requires intelligent deployment of both antibody tests and vaccines, he say. That will open up most schools, most quickly, with least risk to most vulnerable people, giving parents more leeway to go back to work. Hopefully, everyone will wait for their school community to adopt this plan and deploy early doses of vaccines. If some communities open up regardless, they would be taking extra risk, Kolchinsky say, and, at the very least, families with vulnerable members should plan to keep their kids home and do virtual schooling. So those schools would need to plan for hybrid teaching, with some students in class and others learning from home, he say. That its own challenge. Schools that reopen before the vaccine should require that everyone wear masks, spread students out to ensure social distancing, test for symptoms and have alternating shifts of students, Kolchinsky say. In a statement on Friday, spokeswoman for the Executive Office of Education say: Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, in consultation with medical experts and school administrators, IS in the process of developing reopening guidance to help school districts. Initial guidance IS expected to be released soon.

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Protesters/beach people/people at crowded parks

Scores of protesters defying stay-at-home orders gathered in downtown Huntington Beach on Friday, rallying for an end to restrictions on businesses and public gatherings that health officials say are needed to save lives during the coronavirus pandemic. Mobilize largely through social-media posts, several dozens of protesters gather at Main Street and Walnut Avenue shortly before 1 pm. The crowd grow to MORE than 200 people, according to police. Many had signs, such as Live free or die. Some wore masks. Group periodically chant USA as some passing vehicles honk in support. In a posting on social media Friday evening, Huntington Beach police say that while the protest was peaceful, it could have escalated into something MORE dangerous. While the department works to get enough resources there to manage protests effectively, people at location begin violating some of our local ordinances regarding public assembly, including walking in the middle of the street and carrying signs with large sticks that could be used as weapons, police department say on Facebook. Once we had sufficient officers in place, they utilize great restraint in dealing with circumstances that could have escalated into significant police action. Police contacted organizers of the protest and eventually dispersed the majority of the crowd without incident. No arrests were report. Nicole Brown, 50, of Costa Mesa, said she sympathizes with those who have viruses and understands why some might want to quarantine, but she believes it should be an option. Our freedom has been taken away from the US, people are locked in their homes, she say. Some protesters lean political; there were Trump banners. Others lament the impact on daily lives, including men wearing Cowboys jersey and bandanna and holding a sign that say, Save football, wear mask. One protester, wearing a mock White CDC suit, held a sign describing the coronavirus as a lie. Paula Doyle, 62, of Costa Mesa was one of the first to arrive. She said she came out because she felt shutdown was aiding in widespread panic of pandemic. I just want to go back to normal, Doyle says of stay at home orders. I dont think theres reason for this. Some residents passing through the area during the rally disagree with protesters ' push to immediately end stay-at-home restrictions. We really have to trust the process, says Lance Siegal, Huntington Beach resident. We have to trust medical professionals for the final say. Theyre ones who are seeing this on the front lines. Local gatherings follow large-scale rallies earlier in the week in Michigan, Kentucky and North Carolina, as well as expected protests planned in Texas, Oregon and other parts of California. Nationwide rallies have been spurred in part by conservative social media-primarily Facebook groups and postings-and talk radio. Health officials, backed by State and local leaders, say restrictions such as statewide shelter-in-place order are needed to slow the spread of the virus and avoid overwhelming hospitals.

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