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Arizona passes grim pandemic milestone with 25,000 deaths

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona’s pandemic loss of life toll on Thursday handed the grim milestone of 25,000 fatalities as hospitals statewide remained crowded with coronavirus sufferers.

The Division of Well being Companies reported 10 extra COVID-19 deaths, elevating the pandemic’s loss of life toll to 25,002.

The division acknowledged the milestone on Twitter whereas urging Arizonans to guard themselves and their communities by getting vaccinated, staying dwelling if sick and sporting masks and distancing whereas indoors.

An 11-day string of every day will increase ended as COVID-19-related hospitalizations dropped barely, with 2,920 virus sufferers occupying inpatients as of Wednesday.


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US House passes bill to prevent another ‘Muslim ban’ | Muslim Ban News

The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that would limit the ability of any United States president to impose a travel ban on the basis of religion, a move that was welcomed by civil rights advocates as “a major step forward”.

The legislation, known informally as the NO BAN Act, comes in response to former President Donald Trump’s controversial “Muslim ban” that barred travel to the US from several Muslim-majority countries.

The bill, which must also pass in the US Senate to become law, was approved by a 218-208 vote in the House on Wednesday.

“The Muslim ban

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