A US student violated quarantine abroad: she was sent to prison

An 18-year-old Georgia student and her water sports boyfriend have been sentenced by a Cayman Islands court to four months in prison for violating quarantine. Writes about this New York Post. The girl was punished for removing the monitor bracelet worn by the authorities from her arm ...

To avoid a 'scary scenario': the mayor of Los Angeles ordered residents not to leave their homes

On Wednesday December 2, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti warned that the city was approaching a "tipping point" and issued a decree requiring residents to stay in their homes and avoid public gatherings as part of new isolation measures to curb the surge in COVID infections. -nineteen.…

Six items worth stocking up on before the alarmists sell out

Ahead of winter, the United States is registering about 150 new cases of COVID-000 per day. These numbers are much higher than they were in March and April, when Americans were panicking to buy and stockpile toilet paper, bottled water and pasta ...

Tightening quarantine restrictions: what has changed in each state

In recent weeks, many governors across the country have reinstated restrictive measures to cope with a new surge in COVID-19 cases. And this is on the eve of the holiday season, weekends and holidays. New quarantine requirements for each state have been compiled into one list by Fox ...

Chicago and Oregon went 'freeze' due to surge in COVID-19: what does it mean

The mayor of Chicago, Laurie Lightfoot, on Thursday, November 12, sent the city "to freeze": she issued an order not to go outside unnecessarily and forbade groups of more than 10 people to gather. The reason is a new surge of COVID-19. Oregon has similar restrictions. The details were told by the edition ...

WHO no longer wants quarantine due to COVID-19 and even warns against it: what is the reason

The World Health Organization (WHO) is urging country leaders not to rely on COVID-19 quarantine restrictions to combat outbreaks, although it has previously warned countries against lifting restrictions too early. Writes about this Fox News. WHO spokesman Dr. David Nabarro said that restrictive ...

Isolated from everyone: Russia has invented a unique way to protect Putin from coronavirus

The fight against coronavirus in Russia has recognizable national characteristics. President Vladimir Putin is isolated from everyone, officials are vaccinated "through pull", and state employees are forced to vaccinate using administrative resources, writes Proekt Media. On September 14, President Vladimir Putin received Alexander Lukashenko at his Bocharov Ruchei residence in Sochi and boldly greeted him ...

$ 13 for Weight Loss: US Company Offers Weight Loss Rewards

An Indiana-based fitness company is offering $ 13 to program members if they can lose weight in three months. Writes about this New York Post. The program "Get rid of quarantine habits" was developed by Total Shape. She sells supplements and weight loss equipment, and ...

Federal court ruled unconstitutional over COVID-19 quarantine

A federal judge in Pennsylvania ruled that the Democrat's orders to close businesses and restrict gatherings to fight COVID-19 were unconstitutional. Writes about this "Voice of America". The quarantine measures introduced at the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic in March were challenged in court by several republican ...

Opinion: quarantine was a huge mistake

Was quarantine a mistake? The answer to this intrusive question is increasingly positive. This opinion was expressed by historian and journalist Michael Baron in his article for the New York Post. Quarantine was certainly a novelty for everyone. As writer Lionel Shriver writes: “We ...

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