Midday News To Use: 10.15.2020

Not Really Dueling
This evening at the same time Joe Biden will be on ABC and President Trump will be on NBC. Remember, Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis led to the second debate being canceled, and the Trump campaign rejected the suggestion of a virtual contest. The dueling town halls will air at 8 p.m. ET. Not to be forgotten “Big Brother” will be on CBS and MLB on Fox.

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Under Your Nails Too
Today is Global Handwashing Day, and it’s more important than ever to keep your paws clean. Especially because Coronavirus cases are on the rise. Yesterday saw over 50,000 new cases in the United States and States in the midwest like Iowa and Wisconsin are seeing positivity rates over 20%. In Wisconsin they have set up a field hospital at the State Fairgrounds near Milwaukee to deal with the overflow of patients. So remember it’s Global Hand washing day.
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Record Breaking
As early voting continues, states are already smashing records. Harris County, Texas, set a second-day voting record and California has received 10 times as many ballots as it did this time during the 2016 election. Also, 1.8 million people that did not vote in 2016 say that they have already voted. Meanwhile, the California Republican party is refusing to remove its fraudulent ballot return boxes. Threatening to place more of them in four counties.
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Pandemic Stress
Throughout the pandemic, people who never had the coronavirus have been reporting a host of seemingly unrelated symptoms: excruciating headaches, episodes of hair loss, upset stomach for weeks on end, sudden outbreaks of shingles and flare-ups of autoimmune disorders.
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18-year-old Zachary Musgrave reacted in seconds after his dad had a major heart attack in the basement of the family’s Largo home. Now he is being honored for his efforts. The Largo Medical Center has presented him with their 2020 bravery award.
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