The small business owner is also keeping all staff on deck, ensuring that they remain employed and keep getting their paychecks even if the gym is...
“She tried to do her job, and it killed her."
Now she's worried about being "arrested for denying a quarantine order.”
His wife's blood will also be used, who he said had far more severe symptoms than he did.
Weeks prior to Erin’s recovery, parents Emma and Wayne Bates were told her chances of survival were unlikely.
Over 150,000 pounds of produce and 43,500 gallons of milk is expected to be donated during the first week.
“The drastic reduction in air pollution during COVID-19 lockdowns shows how our habits and behaviors directly impact the air we breathe."
The idea didn’t come to him until his wife asked him: “Why don’t we make face masks?”