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Lizzo buys lunch for UW Medical Center staff as hospitals are overwhelmed with potential coronavirus patients

Lizzo buys lunch for UW Medical Center staff as hospitals are overwhelmed with potential coronavirus patients

MCT Campus

March 31, 2020

SEATTLE — The world could use more fun surprises right now. The staff at University of Washington Medical Center’s emergency room received one Monday courtesy of one the hottest stars in pop music. At a time when hospitals are being overwhelmed with potential COVID-19 patients, hard-twerking pop phen...

The latest updates on Covid-19 in Nebraska

The latest updates on Covid-19 in Nebraska

Learfield Wire Services

March 26, 2020

--  Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is temporarily stopping evictions for residents whose job status has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.  The governor signed an executive order yesterday that covers any rent nonpayment that took place on or after March 13th.  The order will cover tenants...

Senate unanimously passes $2 trillion economic stimulus package

Senate unanimously passes $2 trillion economic stimulus package

MCT Campus

March 26, 2020

WASHINGTON — In an overwhelming bipartisan vote, the Senate on Wednesday passed a $2 trillion economic stimulus package — the largest ever — designed to pump money directly into Americans’ pockets while also shoring up hospitals, businesses and state and local governments struggling against the corona...

Michelle Obama has sage advice on how to cope with coronavirus anxiety

Michelle Obama has sage advice on how to cope with coronavirus anxiety

MCT Campus

March 24, 2020

Exhale: Michelle Obama is lending her voice of reason to the ongoing conversation surrounding the coronavirus crisis. On Sunday, the former first lady joined the growing chorus of public figures weighing in on the pandemic via social media by sharing some healthy tips as to how to navigate this unsettlin...

Northeast Community College to lock buildings to minimize spread of COVID-19

Northeast Community College to lock buildings to minimize spread of COVID-19

Special to The Viewpoint

March 24, 2020

NORFOLK, Neb. – Northeast Community College will begin offering all credit classes in an online format and limit access to the general public to all of its campuses on Monday, March 23, as the COVID-19 virus continues to cause health concerns across the world. From the initial activation of Northeast’s incident c...

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