One of the first school districts in the U.S. to reopen its doors during the pandemic did not even make it a day before a call came from the county health department — a student who had walked the halls and sat in various classrooms had tested positive https://t.co/gTmeoCjZkW— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 1, 2020
Some 260 cases of the coronavirus have been tied to attendees and staff at a North Georgia children’s camp in June, according to a report released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one of the largest known superspreading events... https://t.co/C0v2ZWvdUn— Atlanta News (@AtlNewsNow) July 31, 2020
Herman Cain's people have deleted this tweet of his after his death, but I think it appropriate to remember his scorn for even the most basic of protection against THE VIRUS THAT HE GOT WHILE ATTENDING TRUMP’S MASKLESS COVID BONANZA IN TULSA.#COVIDIOTS pic.twitter.com/DVQxunU3fq— jfriesen83 (@jfriesen83) July 31, 2020
Less than 24 hours apart.— Santa Claus, CEO (@SantaInc) July 30, 2020
Sorry not sorry, Turning Point USA.#coronavirus #COVIDIOTS pic.twitter.com/exOqZdaYvf
How weak that this is their version of being oppressed. THIS is the worst thing that’s ever happened to them. To be forced to care about others is their worst fear. Horrible human beings. Lack of empathy makes you an animal. THEY DONT CARE ABOUT ANY1 BUT THEMSELVES.— Kristen (@MsAlasska86) July 31, 2020
"Mr. President, the GDP is down 32.9%; unemployment is at 11.1%; 157,000 Americans have died; Russia paid to have our soldiers killed; your approval is down; and you're getting crushed in the polls. What should we do?"— Craig Rozniecki (@CraigRozniecki) August 1, 2020
Trump: "Ban TikTok."
This was the scene in Berlin, where an estimated 17,000 people defied social-distancing and mask requirements to join a protest supported by neo-Nazi groups, conspiracy theorists and others who said they were fed up with the restrictions.— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 1, 2020
Read the latest. https://t.co/QFWyHTTMb0 pic.twitter.com/h9CuxYCERg
The president on the course today. pic.twitter.com/QY6EYxf6bV— Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) August 1, 2020
On average, coronavirus kills 930 people per day in the United States. A game of golf is 18 holes.— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) August 1, 2020
9 Americans die every hole.
39 every hour.
155 Americans will die by the time the president is done playing today. pic.twitter.com/SkaLKhZAME