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· 'All the hospitals are full': In Houston, overwhelmed ICUs leave COVID-19 patients waiting in ER →
In a statement, HCA spokeswoman Debra Burbridge said hospital officials have taken steps to reduce the impact on patients, including sending staff members who would normally be performing or assisting with elective surgeries — which have been suspended under an order by the governor — to treat patients with COVID-19.
· British Gymnastics chief Jane Allen ‘appalled and ashamed’ as sport sees bullying and abuse allegations mount →
The company said: “In light of the recent allegations and while investigations are ongoing, we have suspended our licensing agreement with British Gymnastics.”
· Former soldier who sent naked photo of ex to 'horrified' mum spared jail →
Judge Healy accepted that the offence fell into the category of lesser culpability and ordered McLaren to an eight week sentence suspended for 18 months.
· Lakers' JR Smith Says He Was Told to Stop Filming Inside NBA's Restart Campus →
The season was suspended in March because of the coronavirus pandemic, but in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, all games will be played in Orlando with no fans in attendance and only essential personnel present.
· CBS Embarks Early on Handling USA's Champions League Broadcast Rights →
Champions League coverage will start on CBS on Aug. 7-8 with the four round of 16 second legs that were not played in March before the competition was suspended due to the worsening coronavirus pandemic.
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· A Timeline of the George Floyd Protests →
Two Buffalo police officers were suspended without pay after a video showed them shoving a 75-year-old protester, who was hospitalized with a head injury.
· Pacers keeping the faith with return to practice on tap →
The world has changed quite a bit since the NBA suspended play in March.
· Go-Ahead Group Plc: Oversold On Sectoral Worries →
It has suspended its dividend, but if it restores it at its prior level, today's share price equates to a near-14% yield.
· MLB COVID-19 Screening Results in 66 Positive Tests →
MLB suspended all operations on March 12 amid the COVID-19 crisis.