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Halloween attractions in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia: 'Scary-yet-safe' amid COVID-19

USATODAY.com Friday, 23 October 2020
Here's how Eastern State Penitentiary, Six Flags Great Adventure and more are adapting to life under COVID-19.
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News video: Are New Jersey Residents Working From Home Still Required To Pay New York Income Taxes?

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A tax battle is brewing between New York and New Jersey as the majority of commuters now work from home. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.

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Organising international events in Delhi will increase COVID cases: Cardiologist [Video]

Organising international events in Delhi will increase COVID cases: Cardiologist

As many as 4,906 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Delhi on November 29, marginally less than yesterday's 4,998, taking the tally in the national capital to 5,66,648, according to the Delhi health department. In a health bulletin released Sunday evening, the Delhi health department informed that a total of 64,186 COVID-19 tests were conducted in the city on Sunday, taking the cumulative positivity rate in the national capital to 9.08 per cent. Meanwhile, 6,325 COVID-19 patients recovered, were discharged or migrated from Delhi on Sunday, while another 68 people died due to the virus. So far, a total of 9,066 people have lost their lives due to COVID-19. Currently, there are 35,091 active cases in the national capital while 5,22,491 people have recovered, were discharged, or have migrated from Delhi.

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El Paso Mayor Dee Margo blames "COVID fatigue" for recent coronavirus spike

El Paso Mayor Dee Margo says contact tracing shows that big-box retailers were the source of many infections.
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Covid-19: Bradford hair salon taken to court over lockdown opening

Kirklees Council said Quinn Blakey's owner and customers had been "illegal, selfish and reckless".
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Day after Congress' Randeep Surjewala slammed PM's visit to vaccine hubs, colleague Anand Sharma hails it

Anand Sharma, who is a party spokesperson and part of the group of 23 Congress leaders who wrote to party chief Sonia Gandhi seeking large scale changes in the..
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The Dish: Chef Tyler Akin on returning to Delaware, opening restaurant amid pandemic

Celebrated chef and Wilmington, Delaware native Tyler Akin has come home after opening and running nationally-recognized restaurants in Washington and..
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National Dog Show Looks Different Thanks to COVID-19, But Show Goes On

The National Dog Show is giving us some sense of normalcy in 2020 ... COVID be damned. The Kennel Club of Philadelphia kept the Thanksgiving Day tradition alive..
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I've seen mental-health calls to police from both sides. More training is needed.

Too many victims end up like Philadelphia's Walter Wallace Jr. My friend was one of the lucky ones.

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Governors tighten restrictions as COVID-19 surges [Video]

Governors tighten restrictions as COVID-19 surges

[NFA] As total U.S. infections crossed the 11 million mark - just over a week after hitting 10 million - states and cities across the nation reimposed restrictions to stem the resurgent virus that is straining many healthcare systems. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

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Hospitals brace for an influx of COVID-19 patients after Thanksgiving

Doctors and public health officials fear the nation could see another sharp increase in coronavirus cases. The concerns come as virus-related infections and..
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Zoom nightmare come true: New Jersey school board member resigns after streaming bathroom break during meeting

Stop taking Zoom into the bathroom. A New Jersey school board member accidentally broadcast her bathroom break during a board meeting and resigned.

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Rome airport to allow passengers from the US to skip quarantine

ROME, ITALY - AUGUST 25: Health workers wait for passengers arriving from high-risk countries to carry out rapid antigenic tests for Covid-19 at a testing..
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Young adults chronicle life back at home after moving in with their parents because of the pandemic

For the first time since the Great Depression, a majority of young adults are now living with their parents. Nearly 3 million U.S. adults moved back in with..
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US transition: Trump continues attempt to cast doubt on election results [Video]

US transition: Trump continues attempt to cast doubt on election results

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a longtime ally of the president, blasted Trump's legal team, calling their work a "legal embarrassment" in an interview with ABC.

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