The Daily Populous

Sunday April 26th, 2020 morning edition

image for Chicago nurse told friend she was ‘scared to death.’ Within weeks, she and her son were dead from COVID-19, and her husband barely survived.

“He was selfless, thoughtful and compassionate.

Also, he was really kind,” Justin said.

“He always put others before himself.

If you needed to talk or a shoulder to cry on.

If it was something personal or something sad, whatever it would be, they’d always go to him and he would always be there to listen. »

Government removes China from its official coronavirus death toll comparison list

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Currently, the country's official death toll stands at 4,636 from the coronavirus and has seen 83,901 people test positive for the virus.

China revised the death toll in coronavirus ground-zero Wuhan, revealing that nearly 4,000 people died from the illness in the area.

In a social media post, the city government added 1,290 deaths to the tally in Wuhan, bringing the toll to 3,869. »

'Unfit, unwell, unacceptable': Anti-Trump Republicans turn president's disastrous disinfectant cure comments into scathing attack ad

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One ad also criticises Americans who are protesting stay-at-home orders with "words of selfish entitlement" as the US death toll climbs above 50,000.

A video from Republicans for the Rule of Law titled "Unfit.

In recent months, the groups have released several ads targeting the president and his administration as well as other prominent Republicans. »

Michigan state senator sorry for mask appearing to be Confederate flag

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Michigan state senator apologizes for wearing face mask that looks like Confederate flag.

A Michigan state senator has apologized for wearing a face mask that appeared to depict the Confederate flag during a Michigan state Senate vote at the state Capitol on Friday.

In a statement released Saturday, Zorn said he was sorry for his "choice of pattern" on the face mask. »

Studies show men view 'traditional' depression as more severe

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The findings show that men view “traditional” symptoms of depression as more severe than other types and that they perceive men with those same traditional symptoms as less masculine.

The findings help increase understanding of why men do or don’t seek treatment and the stigma attached to mental health and men.

“The big takeaway here is that men view traditional symptoms of depression as more severe than other types of symptoms, and men with traditional depressive symptoms are perceived as more feminine and less masculine. »