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Illinois county slammed for vote to disclose coronavirus patient data: ‘Terrible decision’

FOXNews.com Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
An Illinois county is taking heat for a vote that would allow the addresses of coronavirus patients to be shared with first responders -- a controversial move that has raised concerns about privacy and even racism, and prompted a strong rebuke from Chicago’s mayor. 
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News video: Dominic Cummings: I do not regret trip to County Durham during lockdown

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Dominic Cummings has sought to defend his decision to drive to County Durham despite the coronavirus lockdown restrictions, saying he believes he behaved “reasonably” and does not regret his actions.

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