The fitness equipment rating website FitRated.com — it's where I go to research workout equipment I buy and never use — had a laboratory evaluate swabs from treadmills, exercise bikes and free weights at three different chain gyms.
Here's what was found: "The average exercise bike harbors 39 times more bacteria than a cafeteria tray. Typical free weights have 362 times more germs than a toilet seat. And the treadmill you're running on averages 74 times more bacteria than a typical public bathroom faucet."
Tracking Chicago homicide victims - Chicago Tribunewww.chicagotribune.com › news › breaking › ct-chica...
In Chicago, 146 people have been killed this year. That is 3 more than 2019. Data through Sunday, April 26. The Chicago Tribune crime team tracks homicide victims in Chicago and includes all deaths rules ... Though there are homicides recorded throughout the city they are most concentrated in the South and West sides.
The reopenings could certainly still go awry, but so far there is no clear indication of it. Cases are still falling in Austria, Denmark and Norway, despite those countries being relatively far along on reopening. Denmark has been mystified why it is almost five weeks into reopening and hasn’t yet seen increases in infections.
On Tuesday, Georgia, so widely criticized for its reopening, had its lowest number of Covid-19 patients in the hospital since April 8, when such data began being reported. The number has dropped 12 percent since the week before, and 34 percent since May 1.
Very similar article to the one above that I posted recently...
This is way too long, but full of good info
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