The Daily Populous

Monday August 9th, 2021 evening edition

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Infection levels in Florida have risen 51% in the last seven days, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.

The state reported 134,506 new COVID-19 cases from July 30 to Aug. 5, more than any other seven-day period.

“It’s so high in Florida that I think if Florida were another country, we would have to consider banning travel from Florida to the United States.”.

He said he wants to allow freedom of choice for parents and likes seeing the unmasked faces of smiling children.

“It’s scary what’s happening in Florida,” Derek Shaffer, an attorney for the cruise company, said during a court hearing Friday, reported CNBC.

“All of Florida is a hot spot ... All we’re doing is trying to protect our staff and passengers.”.

If DeSantis is smart he won’t challenge the court’s decision and in so doing allow vaccine passports to go forward. »

Julie Bowen of 'Modern Family' helped rescue a hiker who fainted in a Utah national park

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(CNN) Actor Julie Bowen of "Modern Family" and her sister helped rescue a hiker when she fainted last week at Arches National Park in Moab, Utah, the hiker told CNN.

She, her husband, Shaji, and their son, Brandon, had gone to Utah to see the Delicate Arch, she wrote.

The attraction, which is 46 feet high and 32 feet wide, is the largest free-standing arch in the national park and one of the most popular sights. »

WB Games Says Zombies Aren't Screaming The N-Word During Back 4 Blood Beta

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However, while players enjoyed the death and blood, a few of them were left shocked when the zombies suddenly turned racist.

In a rather strange turn of events, Back 4 Blood beta players have reported cases of zombies yelling racial slurs at them, the n-word to be precise.

However, WB Games has come out with a statement saying that the sound in question isn’t supposed to be what it sounds like. »

U.S. judge says Florida can't ban cruise ship's 'vaccine passport' program

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The judge blocked DeSantis from enforcing the law against Norwegian, allowing the cruise ship operator to proceed with a plan to resume port activity in Miami on Aug. 15.

Violations of the law could have triggered a penalty of $5,000 per passenger, potentially adding up to millions of dollars per cruise.

1/2 U.S. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings cruise ship Marina arrives at the Havana bay, Cuba March 9, 2017. »