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    This is such ‘ruff news. A German shepherd in Staten Island who was the first dog to test positive for the coronavirus has died, the first fatality of its kind, according to a report on Wednesday. Seven-year-old Buddy began experiencing issues with his breathing in mid-April, not long after his owner, Robert Mahoney, contracted COVID-19, National Geographic reported. From April 21 to May 15, the pooch continued to lose weight and became increasingly lethargic. His owners took him to veterinarians who gave him medication, but were doubtful he had the virus. He was finally tested May 15, a month after his symptoms emerged, at Bay Street Animal Hospital in Rosebank. His test came back positive, and the results were later confirmed by the New York City Department of Health, according to the magazine. Buddy died on July 11. Medical records reviewed by the mag indicate that the pup likely also had lymphoma, a type of cancer. According to National Geographic: “It’s unclear whether cancer made him more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus, or if the virus made him ill, or...
    This is such ‘ruff news. A German shepherd in Staten Island who was the first dog to test positive for the coronavirus has died, the first fatality of its kind, according to a report on Wednesday. Seven-year-old Buddy began experiencing issues with his breathing in mid-April, not long after his owner, Robert Mahoney, contracted COVID-19, National Geographic reported. From April 21 to May 15, the pooch continued to lose weight and became increasingly lethargic. His owners took him to veterinarians who gave him medication, but were doubtful he had the virus. He was finally tested May 15, a month after his symptoms emerged, at Bay Street Animal Hospital in Rosebank. His test came back positive, and the results were later confirmed by the New York City Department of Health, according to the magazine. Buddy died on July 11. Medical records reviewed by the mag indicate that the pup likely also had lymphoma, a type of cancer. According to National Geographic: “It’s unclear whether cancer made him more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus, or if the virus made him ill, or if...
    Does Trump have the right to send federal agents to quell violent protests? Restaurant transactions plateau as coronavirus cases surge The new Tenet release date has made US movie theater owners optimistic for the first time in months, though there is concern of heightened online piracy © Melinda Sue Gordon/Warner Bros. "Tenet." Melinda Sue Gordon/Warner Bros. Insider spoke to theater owners and executives about their reaction to the new release plan for "Tenet." Warner Bros. announced on Monday that Christopher Nolan's anticipated new movie will open in theaters in 70-plus countries on August 26 and then in the US on September 3. Owners and executives are optimistic that this new plan will help restart the movie theater business. While the theater owners and executives chose to remain anonymous, their identities are known and have been confirmed by Insider. Though there is a fear about piracy of the movie because of this plan, several people Insider spoke to said they hope because it's a Nolan movie that most people will want to go to the theater to see it....
    "Tenet." Melinda Sue Gordon/Warner Bros. Insider spoke to theater owners and executives about their reaction to the new release plan for "Tenet." Warner Bros. announced on Monday that Christopher Nolan's anticipated new movie will open in theaters in 70-plus countries on August 26 and then in the US on September 3. Owners and executives are optimistic that this new plan will help restart the movie theater business. While the theater owners and executives chose to remain anonymous, their identities are known and have been confirmed by Insider. Though there is a fear about piracy of the movie because of this plan, several people Insider spoke to said they hope because it's a Nolan movie that most people will want to go to the theater to see it. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The last few months have been challenging for most businesses, but particularly movie theaters, which have been struggling to figure out how to operate during a pandemic.  But with Warner Bros.' news on Monday that "Tenet" will open in over 70 countries beginning August...
    More than 68,000 new coronavirus cases were reported on Friday in the United States, which broke the countrys record for a third consecutive day, according to Reuters. Utah, Georgia, Montana, North Carolina, Iowa, and Ohio all hit new highs in coronavirus cases Friday. Georgia began reopening before any other state. Now, it has reported 4,904 new cases on Friday, breaking its record from July 2 of 2,886. Atlanta Democratic Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms tested positive for coronavirus earlier this week. She mandated mask-wearing in public Wednesday and has suggested the city may dial back to phase one measures if coronavirus cases continue to climb. Texas reported 9,923 new cases Friday, a day after hitting a record of nearly 11,000 new cases Thursday. In response to the outbreak, GOP Gov. Greg Abbott has closed all bars again and required all Texans to wear masks in public. He also cautioned that more restrictions could be on the way when things "get worse." "This was a very tough decision for me to make," Abbott said during a TV interview. "I made clear that I made this tough decision for one reason: It was our last...
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