The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 1st, 2020 night edition

image for Mask wearers are “dramatically less likely” to get a severe case of Covid-19

It seems people get less sick if they wear a mask.

When you wear a mask – even a cloth mask – you typically are exposed to a lower dose of the coronavirus than if you didn’t.

Both recent experiments in animal models using coronavirus and nearly a hundred years of viral research show that lower viral doses usually means less severe disease.

No mask is perfect, and wearing one might not prevent you from getting infected.

But it might be the difference between a case of Covid-19 that sends you to the hospital and a case so mild you don’t even realize you’re infected.

A surgical or cloth mask can’t block out 100% of the virus, but it can reduce how much you inhale.

The goal of any tool to fight this pandemic is to slow the spread of the virus and save lives. »

Whistleblower Testifies Deputy Who Shot Gardena Teen Was “Chasing Ink”

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The deputy who shot and killed 18-year-old Andres Guardado outside a car shop in Gardena was a prospective member of a violent clique inside the Compton Sheriff’s station, according to the sworn testimony of a whistleblower.

What You Need To Know A whistleblower claims the deputy who shot and killed 18-year-old Andres Guardado was a prospective member of a violent clique within the Compton sheriff's station.

Deputy Art Gonzalez said more than a dozen deputies have matching tattoos that identify them as "Executioners". »

White House claims Trump hasn't seen video of supporters firing paintballs at protesters despite retweeting it

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has claimed Donald Trump did not see the video of Trump supporters in Portland, Oregon, firing paintballs and pepper spray at counter-protesters over the weekend — even though the president retweeted a video of such scenes on Sunday.

The people of Portland won’t put up with no safety any longer.The Mayor is a FOOL.

Ms McEnany expressed a similar sentiment as Mr Biden about non-violence and peaceful protests on Monday on behalf of the president. »

"Inception" is no dream for marketers

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Directed by Christopher Nolan of “Dark Knight” fame, the Leonardo DiCaprio vehicle has stimulated prerelease buzz simply on the basis of its A-list creatives.

Its online campaign similarly is based more on tease than glimpses into the narrative.

But Warners opened that leggy 1999 hit in March, with “Matrix” topping out at $171.5 million domestically. »