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    Epic Games Now that February is coming to a close, it’s almost time for another Fortnite Crew Pack. These exclusive bundles give players access to a skin, some cosmetics, and even V-Bucks, all provided they sign up for a month. The idea behind it is to give players access to a bunch of exclusive cosmetics, so if there’s somebody who has a big fear of missing out, they’ll be forced to subscribe because once the month wraps up, everything is gone. Another bonus the Crew Pack gives is you can get the Battle Pass with it if you haven’t already bought it. Considering the Battle Pass is 950 V-Bucks on its own, and you get 1,000 just by being a subscriber, we’d say that’s pretty good value. This is part of the reason now is the absolute best time to hop on the Fortnite Crew wagon if you...
    Twitter has quickly flooded with memes after lockdown-weary Britons hailed June 21 as the country's 'independence day,' after Boris Johnson aims to lift restrictions across England in time for the summer. The prime minister set out the Government's roadmap for easing lockdown rules this afternoon, with key dates revealing when certain restrictions will be lifted. Schools will reopen from March 8, with another easing not expected until March 29, when the formal Stay at Home edict is dropped for 'Stay Local'.  Shops, hairdressers and pubs will remain closed until April 12 at the earliest, while international travel is completely off the cards until at least May 17. June 21 is the key date in people's minds after today's announcement, as it was earmarked as the date when all legal limits on social contact could go, and the remaining elements of the hospitality sector be allowed to open.  ...
    Rajkummar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor’s Roohi Afzana might be one of those few movies that has had so many changes from the time it was announced. From the change in the title of the film to the change in its release dates, fans have been waiting to know when the film is finally coming out. Putting an end to all the speculations, at last, Maddock Films has shared some exciting news about the horror film. The team has shared a promo teaser to announce the release date of the film. Janhvi Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao’s Roohi-Afzana Gets a New Title and a Release Date, Film Will Now Clash with Kiara Advani’s Indoo ki Jawaani on June 5, 2020. All Rajkummar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor fans can celebrate as the film will finally be making it to the theatres on March 11, 2021. With this, the makers also announced that the...
    Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday that the rate of transmission in New York is just a fifth of what it was in March and told people not to panic despite the rising number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths.   On Monday, Cuomo gave a warning to hospitals to start recruiting retired doctors and nurses now to avoid overwhelming the hospital system, like in the spring.   He said cases and hospitalizations would keep going up, as would deaths, but that it was a 'manageable' situation because the state knew how to prepare for it.  He also revealed that the rate of transmission is now just one whereas in March, it was five.  COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths are rising in New York again but at a much slower rate because the transmission rate is 1:1 now as opposed to 1:5 in March It is down to the fact that...
    The Louisville police officer who obtained the 'no-knock' search warrant that led cops to Breonna Taylor's home could be the next to potentially face charges as the police department and FBI launches an investigation into the case.   LMPD Detective Joshua Jaynes was identified as the officer who had requested a search warrant to Taylor's apartment hours before her death on March 12, in pursuit of her ex-boyfriend and drug suspect Jamarcus Glover.  Cops later carried out the raid in the early hours of March 13, bursting through the door and killing the 26-year-old EMT in a hail of bullets as she stood alongside her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker.  Meanwhile Glover, who was the intended target of the warrant, had already been taken into custody around the same time of the operation, ten miles away.  LMPD Detective Joshua Jaynes (left) requested a search warrant to Taylor's apartment hours before her death on...
    SWEDEN'S coronavirus case rate was this week lower than those of neighbours Denmark and Norway for the first time since March. The news follows the controversial decision by authorities in the country not to introduce a lockdown at the start of the pandemic. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3Sweden's coronavirus case rate is now lower than those of Denmark and NorwayCredit: AFP - Getty 3State epidemiologist Anders Tegnell says Sweden's coronavirus strategy would be more sustainableCredit: EPA Sweden has seen an infection rate of 12 new cases per million people over the last seven days. The equivalent figures in Denmark and Norway were 18 and 14 respectively. Sweden's decision to pursue a "herd immunity" strategy and allow the virus to partially spread through its population previously saw its infection rate rise far above those of countries where lockdowns were...
    Trump: Not playing college football a tragic mistake 15 Things to Do with a Can of Baked Beans This stock-market indicator produced a ‘timely’ buy signal in March, and now its message is: Sell NEED TO KNOW © Getty Images U.S. stocks pointed higher early on Monday, despite rising tensions between the U.S. and China. A market indicator that raised a ‘timely’ buy signal for stocks in March is now giving a sell signal for the first time since January 2018. Load Error Morgan Stanley said its combined market timing indicator (CMTI), which factors in equity valuations, fundamentals and risk, was now giving a sell signal. The indicator gave a “timely buy signal” in early March and remained in buy territory until mid-June, the U.S. investment bank’s strategists said. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)  and the S&P 500 (SPX)  subsequently recovered from March lows along with the...
    COVID-19 testing at universities threatens to strain nationwide capacity Take a look at 20 of the cutest and creepiest robots in stores and restaurants today His fund is up 60% this year after he called the March bottom — now, he sees potential for a ‘severe collapse’ IN ONE CHART © iStockphoto Is a collapse on the way? Michael Gayed says he’s not trying to scare anyone, but you wouldn’t know it from his latest take. Load Error Back in May, the fund manager warned of the possibility of two crashes: first bonds, then stocks. With his ATAC Rotation Fund (ATACX) continuing to deliver the goods — it’s up almost 60% so far this year to rank among the best in its category — he’s still waving the yellow flag. “It is a wild time in the markets,” said Gayed, who also runs the Lead-Lag Report. “Despite...
    Nopphon_1987/Shutterstock Tobacco lobbyists are taking South Africa's government to court this week over a controversial ban on the sale of cigarettes implemented as part of its strategy for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. South Africa banned the sale of cigarettes in March as the coronavirus' spread intensified, in one of the most extreme public health measures introduced anywhere around the world in the pandemic. A tobacco black market now thrives in South Africa as smokers find ways around the ban. A lobby group called the Fair-trade Independent Tobacco Association (FITA) has already taken the government to court once to challenge the ban. It lost that case, but will now bring an appeal to the High Court in Pretoria on Wednesday. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tobacco lobbyists are taking South Africa's government to court this week over a controversial ban on the sale of cigarettes implemented...
    Breaking News — Sao Paulo, Jul 7 . .- “Little flu”, “hysteria” or “oversize of its destructive power”. This is how the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, described the impact of the coronavirus, the pathogen that has contracted and infected more than 1.5 million and killed more than 65,000 people in the country. Bolsonaro, one of the few world leaders who has played down the pandemic, has announced that it is positive on Tuesday and has begun to be treated with chloroquine, a drug whose effectiveness questions the medical community. The leader, who claims to have felt mild symptoms of the condition, had reported in March that the three tests carried out at the time gave him a negative result. The president has been seen in the last four months skipping medical recommendations for social distancing on several occasions, causing crowds with the participation in demonstrations in his favor....
    2020-2021 TV Season: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered – So Far Here’s why U.S. struggles with the coronavirus could lead to Europe’s stock market taking the lead Why Theo Epstein says MLB is better positioned to play now than it was in March Why Theo Epstein says MLB is better positioned to play now than it was in March originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The statistics on new daily COVID-19 cases paint a bleak picture, and Theo Epstein is known for being analytical. But the Cubs president of baseball operations isn't just looking at the over 54,000 new cases in the U.S. over the past day, believed to be a new record. "I think we're better positioned now than we were in March or April to try to pull off a baseball season," Epstein said on...
    Florida coronavirus: State marks Covid-19 case record as July Fourth weekend approaches McDonald’s is pausing dining room reopenings as covid-19 cases spike Is it really possible to resume playing Major League Baseball safely right now? Smoke convinced everyone in Major League Baseball to leave the building in mid-March. The early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the sport when known positive cases in the United States numbered in the hundreds per day, even before a single baseball player tested positive. © Barry Chin/Globe Staff Red Sox first baseman Mitch Moreland arrived at Fenway Park for COVID-19 testing Wednesday. Now, there is fire. The pandemic rages at record levels in the US, with nearly 100 times the number of positive tests on June 30 (approximately 44,800) that there were on March 12 (458), the day MLB shut down. Horrifying surges are occurring in numerous states. Against that backdrop, baseball...
    NASCAR driver Corey LaJoies No. 32 car will have Trump 2020 paint scheme for 9 races The beauty and romance of Barcelona captured in breathtaking photographs Return of March panic is the biggest risk to the S&P 500 right now. Here’s the trigger NEWSWATCH Load Error MARKETWATCH FRONT PAGE Our call of the day has charted out some highs and lows for the S&P 500 that investors need to watch out for in coming weeks and months. And here’s what could cause a trigger. See full story. Fed warns stock market of a second recession if the coronavirus pandemic isn’t brought under control The Federal Reserve is a lot more worried about the economy than the stock market or the president are. See full story. After months of speculation, investors get excited about Pfizer, BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine candidate The path to a COVID-19 vaccine has started to come...
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