The Daily Populous

Monday November 9th, 2020 day edition

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(Reuters) - The United States became the first nation worldwide since the pandemic began to surpass 10 million coronavirus infections, according to a Reuters tally on Sunday, as the third wave of the COVID-19 virus surges across the nation.

The grim milestone came on the same day as global coronavirus cases exceeded 50 million.

The United states has reported about a million cases in the past 10 days, the highest rate of infections since the nation reported its first novel coronavirus case in Washington state 293 days ago.

The country reported a record 131,420 COVID-19 cases on Saturday and has reported over 100,000 infections five times in the past seven days, according to a Reuters tally.

More than 237,000 Americans have died of COVID-19 since the illness caused by the coronavirus first emerged in China late last year.

The state reported more than 12,454 new cases on Saturday, the highest single-day number so far.

Texas, which accounts for 10% of total U.S. cases, is the hardest-hit state and became the first to surpass a million coronavirus cases in the United States on Saturday. »

Singles who are satisfied with their friends are less likely to desire a relationship partner

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“I believe that it is important to study how relationship desire appears in singles’ lives, how their lives look like.

And vice versa, singles with less relationship desire think their friends are more important and are also more satisfied with their social lives,” he told PsyPost.

“In short, these results show that singles with low relationship desire are more social and derive greater support from their friends. »

The Truth About Thumb-Sucking

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In a recent study, kids who bit their nails or sucked their thumbs were actually less likely to have allergies to common culprits like pollen, cats and dust mites.

By the age of 13, those kids who bit their nails or sucked their thumbs were 33 percent less likely to react to common allergens and by age 32, it was even higher at 39 percent.

The reason: Scientists say these kids were building immunity to various bacteria at a young age—by literally putting them in their mouth. »

AOC: I’m Doing ‘Everything’ To Win Georgia For Democrats So We Don’t Have To ‘Negotiate’ With Republicans

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“As of now, however, it looks as though Republicans, at least until January, will hold control of the Senate,” Tapper said.

Are you going to work with more moderate Senate Republicans to try to pass something in the House that can get through the Senate?”.

The Daily Wire is one of America’s fastest-growing conservative media companies and counter-cultural outlets for news, opinion, and entertainment. »

Biden’s ready to start his pandemic response immediately

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Many in the president-elect’s brain trust spoke on the condition that the conversations remain private until Biden was declared the winner.

In one exit poll, a majority of voters said they favored pandemic containment measures even at the economy’s expense.

Two in 10 voters listed the pandemic as their top deciding factor, though one-third of voters said their top issue was the economy. »