France is to name a new prime minister on Friday shortly after the announcement of Edouard Philippe’s resignation. French President Emmanuel Macron wants a new government to focus on efforts to relaunch the French economy deeply hit by the coronavirus crisis.
Although some of the major July 4 festivities in the state have been canceled because of the pandemic, many areas have moved forward with their celebrations of America’s independence after having added new health and safety measures.
Walton County Sheriff Michael Adkinson was one of five invited from around the nation to provide testimony Tuesday to the Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice – the first commission on law enforcement in half a century.
There won’t be any taking kids out to the ballgame, no peanuts, and no CrackerJacks. And it doesn’t appear they’ll ever come back, at least for the 2020 season. Minor League Baseball officially announced there will be no season in 2020.
Mississippi’s governor signed a bill Tuesday to retire the state flag bearing the confederate battle emblem. Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida created state flags in the late 1890s during the rise of Jim Crow Laws in the south. While Mississippi and Florida both displayed the confederate symbol on their flags, the intention of Alabama’s design isn’t as direct.
Alabama is rolling out a new series of public service announcements, or PSAs, with familiar faces. It’s an effort to urge residents to wear face masks as a way of combating the surge of COVID-19 cases.
One of the most common areas the virus spreads is the workplace. There are steps employees can take to make sure their workplace is doing everything possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19. State health officials said you can hold your job accountable.
Health officials warn that smoking cigarettes or vaping isn’t a good idea because of the damage they can do to the lungs and body, and with COVID-19 being a virus that also attacks the lungs, it’s not a good situation to find yourself in.
As Florida enters the height of summer tourist season, the state’s largest cities and counties are closing beaches, mandating masks and halting business reopenings, hoping the measures will slow a steep resurgence of coronavirus cases.