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For the week ending October 31, initial claims for unemployment insurance UI totaled 8,, down claims, or 9. Carson St. Heading into the final weekend of October, Halloween and Nevada Day events will keep revelers busy through Sunday making for a jam packed weekend of fun for families and grownups around the Carson City region.
US Health Fairs. Through their drive-up testing and house-call testing for senior citizens in the City of Carson, the US Health Clinics. According to the CDC Priorities, to get tested for Coronavirus in Los Angeles and the surrounding counties you had to exhibit symptoms of fever, coughing and shortness of breath.
Housing Secretary Ben Carson said today it was premature to promote an unproven treatment for coronavirus , days after it was reported he was in an Oval Office meeting in which the treatment was brought up with the president. Carson, a former neurosurgeon, declined to discuss details of the July meeting that was also attended by Mike Lindell, a supporter of the president, founder of the pillow company called MyPillow and a vocal promoter of the treatment. But Carson confirmed discussion of the plant extract -- among other ideas -- with the president, saying that "he too, like myself, [is] interested in pursuing all the different avenues for finding solutions. We shouldn't, you know, skip the process. Matthew Heinz, an Arizona-based internal medicine physician currently caring for hospitalized COVID patients, cautioned to ABC News that oleander, the plant from which oleandrin is extracted, can be dangerous. Carson's comments come after Lindell has publicly promoted oleandrin as a "miracle to the country" to treat COVID, while providing zero evidence to back up his claim. Lindell did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment.