“Spread” in the news
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The Wall Street Journal
· Joe Kindred’s Recipe for Charred Squid With Ajo Blanco and Cilantro Pistou →
To serve, spread ajo blanco across a platter or individual plates.
· Maryland worksharing →
And state officials are trying to spread the word further.
· Mexico’s president turns attention to cartel-plagued states →
López Obrador has also had public differences with the governor of Jalisco state, Enrique Alfaro, over everything from measures to limit the spread of coronavirus, to how to handle dissent and drug violence.
· Residents ‘fight back’ against lockdown order at nightclub in shocking way →
On June 22, Governor Abbott declared COVID-19 was “spreading at an unacceptable rate” and said “it is up to all of us” to help slow the rate of infection.
· Woodside books out Perth hotel for exclusive FIFO workforce quarantine →
“They don’t go for too long because they are careful and they know we will contact police but it’s still long enough to spread the virus.”
· Flight secrets: Disgusting reason you should always carry your own travel blanket →
Using the same pillow and blanket as many other people runs the risk of picking up and spreading germs.
· Norwegian funeral homes turn to the state to avoid an early grave →
Since then nearly all of the measures have been lifted and the virus has been mostly contained, in stark contrast to neighbouring Sweden which is still seeing community spread.
· Floyd family to announce civil lawsuit against Minneapolis →
All four officers were fired the day after Floyd’s death, which set off protests that spread around the world and turned into a national reckoning on race in America.
The Japan Times
· Top official singles out drinking parties and dining as Tokyo virus numbers surge →
“I’m worried that infections are spreading due to people eating out and having drinking parties,” said Nishimura, who is in charge of the government’s measures in response to the outbreak, in an interview.