Stories tagged: "safety"

Majority of Florida’s 67 Counties Are in COVID ‘Red’ Zone Going Into Holidays

Gov. DeSantis has resisted mandating masks statewide. But several cities and counties where cases have surged have enforced their own.

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Migrant Deaths in Arizona Desert Reaches Seven-Year High

Remains of 181 migrants were found in the Arizona desert through the end of September, despite a drastic drop in border crossings this year.

Puerto Rico Is Still Feeling Earthquake Tremors

For nine months, there have been earthquakes across the island. Two days ago, seismic activity increased in the northeast region, diagonally opposite from the area severely damaged early this year.

More Than 23,000 Kids Have Gotten COVID in Fla. Here’s How to Keep Yours Safe.

Although the coronavirus pandemic is surging in Florida, the CDC offers new guidelines to protect kids.

Kids Need Protection From COVID Too. Here Is Your July 4 Guide to Keeping Them Safe.

This Fourth of July promises to be strikingly different from previous years. Here's how to protect your kids from COVID this holiday weekend.

Transgender Women Killed in Puerto Rico
Murdered Trans Women Are Third and Fourth Trans People Killed in Puerto Rico since February

Eight people from the LGBTQ community have been killed in the island in the past 15 months in what activists call an "epidemic of violence."

Help Domestic Violence Victims
Coronavirus or Not, Help for Victims of Domestic Violence

Shelters are open and implementing safety and social distancing protocols as they welcome victims during this pandemic. Here are a few resources.