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Very little is known about the impact of COVID-19 on women and the babies they carry.
Towns like Whitefish, Mont., once could afford to view the coronavirus as a distant big-city problem. Not anymore.
"We cannot tolerate behavior outside of school that places our faculty, staff, and students at increased risk of COVID transmission or exposure," the school's principal said.
Of the 3,600 new coronavirus infections reported in L.A. County on Thursday, officials said roughly 2,000 were from a backlog of tests.
The two-lot auction, open until Oct. 30, benefits the Obama Foundation's Girls Opportunity Alliance.
If nearly all Americans would wear face masks when they leave their homes, they could save over 100,000 lives by the end of February, a study says.
People with jobs and ready money sent high-end home sales up in the third quarter. Cheaper borrowing costs drove demand for more room to quarantine.