The Daily Populous

Sunday March 15th, 2020 evening edition

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A Fox Business presenter who suggested the coronavirus crisis was part of a conspiracy to impeach Donald Trump again has been moved from her prime-time slot.

The chorus of hate being levelled at the president is nearing a crescendo as Democrats blame him, and only him, for a virus that originated halfway around the world.”.

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As of Sunday morning, more than 2,800 people have tested positive for the virus across 49 states.

In.a statement Fox Business said Trish Regan Primetime and another show, Kennedy, would be “on hiatus until further notice”.

Fox Business will run long form programming in prime time for the foreseeable future.”.

Other Fox hosts, including Tucker Carlson – a close confidant of Mr Trump – have been taking the threat of the coronavirus more seriously. »

US, Germany battle for virus vaccine surpremacy

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BERLIN - The United States and Germany are vying to produce an exclusive vaccine against the coronavirus which is being developed in a German laboratory, Die Welt daily reported Saturday.

The firm markets itself as specialising in "development of treatments against cancer, antibody-based therapies, treatment of rare illnesses and prophylactic vaccines.".

The lab is currently working in tandem with the Paul-Ehrlich Institute, linked to the German ministry of health. »

Coronavirus: Austria bans all gatherings of more than five people

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People will be able to go out “only alone or with the people with whom [they] live in their apartment”.

Austria, a country of 8m people, has confirmed 800 coronavirus infections and one death.

Italy’s transport minister has signed a decree banning passengers from taking ferries to Sardinia, a large Mediterranean island. »

Former school nurse charged with child rape jailed again for threatening to carry out mass shooting

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Auburn resident Mark David Glenn, 51, was charged with third-degree child rape, second-degree sexual misconduct with a minor and communication with a minor for immoral purposes on Jan. 8 in King County Superior Court.

Glenn surrendered only his concealed pistol license and swore under penalty of perjury that he had no additional firearms.

Glenn’s credentials as a licensed practical nurse expired on Nov. 9, 2019, according to the Washington State Department of Health. »