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Fauci says White House’s ‘bizarre’ efforts to discredit him hurt Trump, adds Peter Navarro is ‘in a world by himself’

Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro speaks to members of the press outside the West Wing of the White House June 18, 2020 in Washington, DC. Alex Wong | Getty ImagesDr. Anthony Fauci said that he has not considered resigning from his lead role in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, and said the "bizarre" recent efforts from White House officials to discredit him ultimately harm President Donald Trump. "I cannot figure out in my wildest dreams why they would want to do that," Fauci said in an interview with The Atlantic published Wednesday. Fauci was responding to a list shared over the weekend by a White House official that resembled an opposition research-type document used in political campaigns, highlighting Fauci's past comments about the virus. "I th...

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Staff at dubbing studio visited by Abhishek Bachchan test negative for COVID-19 : Bollywood News – Bollywood Hungama

After Abhishek Bachchan was found to be coronavirus positive on July 11, the dubbing studio he visited last week to dub for Breathe: Into the Shadows was shut down. All the employees at the studio have now been tested negative for the virus. As per reports the owner of the studio has confirmed that all of the staff have been found negative and he also concluded that the actor might not have contacted the virus from the studio. However, the studio will continue to remain closed.  On July 11, Amitabh Bachchan was first tested positive for coronavirus followed by Abhishek Bachchan. Both father and son were immediately shifted to Nanavati hospital in Mumbai. The following day Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan were also tested positive, however, they were asked t...

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Hospitals look to resume normal operations, but patients still fear seeking care

The coronavirus pandemic has led to major disruption to routine hospital services globally as medical professionals focused on treating those infected and conserving resources.  As a result, patients have delayed or canceled scheduled health care visits and surgeries.  Now, in several parts of the world where the outbreak is under apparent control, there is an opportunity to resume normal health care operations. While analysts are optimistic about elective procedures returning, patients are concerned about seeking care. In a survey of more than 1,300 patients at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, patients said their biggest fear in returning to routine health care is the risk of getting sick from other patients, according to a report published in the peer-reviewed New England Jour...

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Another crew member of Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain tests positive for Coronavirus : Bollywood News – Bollywood Hungama

The shoot for Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain had only recently begun and the show has hit a couple of roadblocks already. The crew members’ have been reduced to a mere crowd of 40 people on the sets as a precautionary measure and have been asked to wear protective gear at all times. However, the number of cases haven’t reduced in Mumbai so far. Only recently, Saumya Tandon’s personal hair stylist had tested positive for Coronavirus and the actress was asked to take a break from work to ensure her safety. The word is, that another crew member has reported to be Coronavirus positive. The man goes by the name Gopal and is a part of Saumya’s make-up team. He has been taken away for quarantine and is being given the required treatment. Shooting new episodes is going to be a little more diffic...

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Sonu Sood to share his experience of helping migrants reach home during the COVID lockdown through a book : Bollywood News – Bollywood Hungama

From the past few months, actor Sonu Sood has been at the forefront in helping people during the lockdown. He has been sending migrant labourers home by arranging transportation for them. Now, the actor is all set to come up with a book recounting his experience of helping migrant workers reach their hometowns during the COVID lockdown. Talking about his experience to a news agency, Sood said that the past three and half months have been a life changing experience, living with the migrants for 16 to 18 hours a day and sharing their pain. He said that it is the smile and tears of happiness in the eyes of the migrants when they leave for their hometown that encourages him to continue doing this. Sonu Sood further said that while his heart beats in Mumbai after this movement he feel...

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Karan Tacker moves to Lonavala after multiple people test positive in his building : Bollywood News – Bollywood Hungama

Actor Karan Tacker who has been enjoying some downtime with his family amidst the lockdown has had to take an important step on the family front considering the rising number of Corona Virus cases in Mumbai. Karan who lives with his family in a posh society in Mumbai has temporarily moved to Aamby Valley after seeing this spike in the cases. While we have seen Karan post some fun video with his parents on social media, in reality, the actor has been quite worried about them and as a precautionary measure, he decided to move away to Aamby Valley in Lonavala until the situation settles down. Talking about his decision to move Karan says, “We are staying at Aamby Valley. The reason behind moving out of the city was that there have been a lot of cases being reported in Mumbai. My buil...

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Israel’s leader is starting to pay a ‘political price’ as virus cases surge, protests erupt

A protester waves an Israeli flag as police use water cannons during clashes at a demonstration against the Israeli prime minister outside his official residence in Jerusalem, on July 14, 2020. Menahem Kahana | AFP | Getty ImagesThe Israeli government made "very serious mistakes" after initially containing the coronavirus outbreak, and "tremendous damage" is being done to the economy, a political analyst told CNBC as cases in the country continue to climb rapidly. Just weeks after restrictions were mostly lifted in late May, new infections have led authorities to reimpose measures including closing gyms, clubs and event halls. Certain parts of the country were also designated as "restricted areas," where business activity will be limited. "It is hard not to conclude that (Prime Minis...

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Shrenu Parikh of Ishqbaaz fame tests positive for Coronavirus : Bollywood News – Bollywood Hungama

Last seen in Ishqbaaz as Gauri, Shrenu Parikh, had been away from social media for a while now. After making her return from the impromptu detox, Shrenu Parikh has announced that she has been tested COVID-19 positive. The condition in the pandemic is only getting worse by each passing day and despite the precautions being maintained, the cases of COVID-19 positive patients are on an all-time rise. Shrenu is currently admitted at a hospital in Vadodra, Gujarat. Shrenu posted a note on Instagram that reads, “Hey everyone been away for a while but the bugger hasn’t spared me… was found COVID positive a few days ago, and I’m not recovering at the hospital! Keep me and my family in your prayers! And I’m thankful to all the corona warriors who treat the patients compassionately during t...

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