The Daily Populous

Tuesday April 21st, 2020 night edition

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The Boston Globe newspaper’s obituary section spanned a devastating 15 pages in its Sunday edition, as Massachusetts reels from the coronavirus crisis with more than 36,000 cases.

While not all the deaths that filled Sunday’s Boston Globe issue were virus-related, there has been a stunning spikes in deaths in the state as a result of the pandemic.

The Boston Globe newspaper printed 15 pages of obituaries in its Sunday edition as Massachusetts reels from over 36,000 cases of COVID-19.

A view of the Boston Globe’s obituary pages printed in Sunday’s issue pictured above.

‘A month ago a video from Bergamo Italy showed page after page of obituaries … Boston Globe Obituaries April 19, 2020 15 Pages.

Last week, Globe reader journalist Julio Ricardo Varela shared a video solemnly flipping through the extensive death notice pages.

Last Sunday’s paper’s obituary section spanned 11 pages meaning the number of deaths in the Boston area is only mounting. »

The Latest: Colorado stay-at-home order to end next week

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For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced Monday that businesses across the majority of the state will begin reopening as early as next week.

Douglas said similar safeguards will be used when the rest of Kia’s Georgia employees return to work next week. »

Facebook Will Remove Content Organizing Protests Against Stay-at-Home Orders, Zuckerberg Says

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday said the tech giant is removing posts that look to promote or organize protests against stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19.

“We do classify that as harmful misinformation and we take that down,” Zuckerberg said.

A Facebook rep later told CNN’s Donnie O’Sullivan the company has removed content promoting anti-quarantine events in California, New Jersey and Nebraska. »

America doesn’t want another Tea Party

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This consensus is striking given that Americans live in an era when they’re divided along party lines on everything from climate change to the NFL.

This is the same playbook that worked in 2009 when the conservative machine sparked the Tea Party, which shaped American policy for a decade.

Moments after Fox News aired a segment on the rallies, Trump tweeted their rally cry against their governors: “LIBERATE.”. »