'Good Morning America' Anchor and Her Kids Come Down With COVID-19

Good Morning America anchor Ginger Zee revealed on Friday that she and both of her children have tested positive for COVID-19. She posted photos of their positive tests on Instagram, and announced that she will be out of work for a while to prevent spreading the virus to anyone else on the GMA staff. However, she told fans that she is "feeling tired and stuffy but ok."
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Atlanta Dream’s very interesting week

The Atlanta Dream have had a not perfect, but still very good third week of the season, going 2-1. Rookie sensation Rhyne Howard continues to show out for the team, currently the team’s leading scorer, averaging 20.5 points per game. Howard was able to play against her fellow top...

Connecticut Sun vs Indiana Fever 5/22/2022 Picks Predictions Previews

The Indiana Fever are hosting the Connecticut Sun at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indiana on Sunday, May 22, at 14:00 in this all-Eastern rematch of Friday’s game where the Sun managed to emerge victorious for their third straight win after losing their season opener. The Fever now have three...

Game Preview: Fever Host Connecticut and Welcome Back 2012 WNBA Title Team

The Fever will welcome back the 2012 WNBA title team on Sunday afternoon, when they host the Connecticut Sun at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. Players and staff from the team who helped capture the first title in franchise history will be recognized on the court throughout Sunday’s game at 2 p.m. ET. Tickets are still available to purchase by visiting

Answers to 7 important questions about the new variant of COVID-19

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — A new subvariant of the coronavirus is causing a surge in cases nationwide. In Maryland, the positivity rate climbed to 8.39% on Friday - the highest positivity rate since January. Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and an infectious...
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Iraq reports 90 hemorrhagic fever cases, 18 deaths

Baghdad, May 22 (SocialNews.XYZ) The Iraqi Health Ministry has said up to 90 cases of viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) have been registered in Iraq, including 18 deaths. "There has been a serious increase in the VHF cases in Iraq recently, and the number of registered cases could rise further if some other suspected cases are confirmed," the Ministry's spokesman Sayf al-Badr said at a press conference on Saturday.