- CelebrityThe Telegraph
A couple who remained in lockdown for 10 weeks with two young children despite having severe coronavirus symptoms have criticised the Government’s “audacity” for implying that they are bad parents. Lucy and Matthew Jenkins, who have a two-year-old son, Ozzie, and six-month-old son Ari, were both struck down with coronavirus in the middle of March. Mrs Jenkins, 32, also required surgery during the lockdown to remove potentially cancerous cells from her cervix. However, despite the serious medical problems, she insisted on going to hospital alone in order to comply with the Government’s social distancing rules, despite “desperately” wanting her husband to go with her. The couple, who remained in London and did not ask family to help with childcare, found themselves infuriated by the actions of the Prime Minister's chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, who took his wife and young child 260 miles away from their London home to self-isolate on his parents’ farm. Boris Johnson defended his top advisor's behaviour on Sunday, saying he "followed the instincts of every father and every parent" by taking them out of London.
Ayesha Curry showed off her fit figure in a set of fierce bikini photos, which were taken by her husband Steph Curry.
- BusinessABC News
One California city is grappling with COVID-19 outbreaks at nine of its industrial facilities, including one food processing plant that reported having at least 153 positive cases, according to health officials. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said the largest outbreak occurred at the Farmer John meatpacking plant in Vernon, California, which is owned by Smithfield Foods and produces Dodger Dogs, among other products. Health officials said 153 employees of 1,837 who work at that facility tested positive for COVID-19 when testing was conducted between March through May, and of those 153 employees, 41 returned to work.
Cheyenne Jackson said he’s dreaded the day this “horrible secret would be revealed” for years, so he’s sharing it now to free himself from “shame.”
- U.S.Good Morning America
Over 5.3 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be much higher due to testing shortages, many unreported cases and suspicions that some governments are hiding the scope of their nations' outbreaks. The United States is the worst-affected country in the world, with more than 1.6 million diagnosed cases and at least 97,087 deaths.
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- BusinessMotley Fool
If you're an investor, you don't want to miss out on Amazon's massive healthcare opportunity with the COVID-19 pandemic. Filling up Reports began to surface in 2017 that Amazon was contemplating a move into the pharmacy market. A little over a year later, the company made its move by acquiring online pharmacy PillPack.