'I tested very positively in another sense so — this morning. Yeah. I tested positively toward negative, right. So, I tested perfectly this morning — meaning I tested negative.'

After he said he planned on wrapping up the treatment in two days, Trump added that he once again tested negative for the virus — but not in a remotely straightforward way.I tested positively toward negative, right.

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How to activate COVID-19 exposure notifications on an iPhone

Apple's latest iPhone software update includes a feature that could notify you of possible exposure to COVID-19.In the "Software Update" tab, tap the blue "Download and Install" button to get started.

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Coronavirus-triggered layoffs in US hit nearly 39 million

has swelled to nearly 39 million, the government reported Thursday, even as states from coast to coast gradually reopen their economies and let people go back to work.4 million people filed for unemployment last week in the latest wave of layoffs from the business shutdowns that have brought the economy to its knees, the Labor Department said.

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Sweden's former health chief says the country's coronavirus strategy 'hasn't been the smartest' and it should've spent at least a month locked down

Former state epidemiologist Annika Linde said in an interview with Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter that the country should've had a lockdown.Former state epidemiologist Annika Linde said recently in an interview with Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter that the country, in hindsight, probably should've instituted a lockdown.

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'Reopening' won't fix the economy. Beating the virus will.

As the political fight about "health versus the economy" continues, it's worth repeating: It's not one or the other.But even when everything is open, our economy won't recover until people feel safe resuming their normal lives.

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U.S. strikes at a Huawei prize: chip juggernaut HiSilicon

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LMPD may require SWAT serve no-knock warrants

She said she'd be surprised if there were many no-knock warrants without SWAT team involvement: "It has been our practice to ask SWAT, but it has not been required," she said.The warrants for Taylor's apartment and Elliott Avenue were carried out at nearly the exact same time.

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What we know so far

Here is a closer look at what we know so far about the allegations, the investigation and changes to the program as well as lingering questions.As a mandatory reporter, I am letting you know about this phone call.

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JCPS Class of 2020: Seniors win employee-funded scholarships

— It's not every day you see your school district's superintendent standing in your driveway, holding a giant check with your name on it.Selected from more than 130 applicants, they are the second cohort of JCPS students to receive scholarships from the district's employee-sponsored scholarship fund.

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Louisville council knocks 'no-knock' warrants

Indeed, one council member praised Kenneth Walker, Taylor's boyfriend who fired his gun and allegedly injured an officer entering Taylor's apartment.He's not a criminal," said councilmember Jessica Green, D-1st District, chair of the Public Safety Committee.

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Louisville malls, retail reopen amid coronavirus. Here's how it worked

Restaurants in Kentucky reopen: Here are 12 'Healthy at Work' rules they must followLocal retail shopsDoo Wop Shop moved to curbside service when retail stores had to shutter, but business suffered.A lot of the store's business is providing equipment for events, which became nonexistent during the peak of the pandemic.

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Cities, counties can apply for reimbursement

There were 10 more deaths, putting the state's total at 376.The state's data showed a dramatic decrease in the number of COVID-19 patients in intensive care units, dropping from 269 to 98.

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Car parade greets mom recovered from COVID-19

At a time when the news is dominated by deaths from COVID-19, Hendricks said she wants people to understand that there are more good outcomes than bad.Also: Kentucky will give $300M to local governments for coronavirus expensesHer mother's ordeal began in early April, Hendricks said, when she began to show symptoms of COVID-19 and was hospitalized.

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on sports returning amid coronavirus

Andy Beshear said when asked about the NCAA's decision and sports returning during his Wednesday press conference.They're not paid professionals.

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LMPD turns over internal findings in Breonna Taylor shooting

— The findings of an internal investigation into the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor by Louisville police have been turned over to Attorney General Daniel Cameron, Mayor Greg Fischer said Wednesday.The Louisville Police Department's Public Integrity Unit also is providing the same materials to the FBI and the U.

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Louisville Sauerbeck Family Drive-in on resurgence during coronavirus

As the last drops of rain fell from the sky and the clouds moved east, cars lined up for a half-mile waiting eagerly to get in the Sauerbeck Family Drive-in in Oldham County.With the easing of social distancing restrictions in light of the coronavirus pandemic, the drive-in reopened on May 2 in La Grange.

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NVIDIA Earnings Preview: Surging Data Center Demand In Focus As Shares Rally

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A strong and impressive rally in NVIDIA (NASDAQ:) shares during the current global health crisis clearly separates this chip stock from the crowd.When the Santa Clara, CA-based company releases its first-quarter earnings tomorrow, investors will be keen to see whether the company’s demand recovery is on track.

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Top 3 Things to Watch for May 21 By

And one of Wall Street’s favorite tech stocks will report earnings after the bell.4 million, compared with nearly 3 million the week before, according to forecasts compiled by Investing.

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5 Stocks Leading The Race To Deliver A COVID-19 Vaccine

News on progress in developing a potential COVID-19 vaccine has had a on volatile as of late.Here are five companies showing promise in developing a vaccine:1.

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Wall Street Rides Tech Higher as Facebook, Amazon Hit Record Highs By

com – Wall Street ended strongly on Wednesday, led by large-cap tech stocks, with Facebook (NASDAQ:) and Amazon (NASDAQ:) hitting record highs as investors continued to cheer efforts to reopen the economy.States partially reopened, investors upped their bets on big tech stocks, with Google parent Alphabet (NASDAQ:), Amazon and Facebook attracting strong bids.

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