July 2021 / 52 posts found

Homeless Veteran With Diabetes, Cancer, Found Sweeping Vietnam Memorial Wall | The Veterans Site Blog

by health and nutrition advice journalist
Homeless Veteran With Diabetes, Cancer, Found Sweeping Vietnam Memorial Wall By Matthew Russell Proper greatergood_ctg_belowtitle Vietnam Veteran Franklin Davis is out on the Washington, D.C. streets every morning at 8 a.m. Suffering from cancer and diabetes, Davis might enjoy the occasional chance to sleep in, but that’s when the homeless shelter he stays at clears everyone out. According to Cal Vet, Davis doesn’t go looking for attention. As a veteran, he understands the value of traits like humility and respect, which is probably why he was recently seen cleaning up the Veterans Memorial Park. While the federal government is shutdown, […]

Darwin sent into snap lockdown after NT records four coronavirus cases, Michael Gunner says Territory facing ‘biggest threat since the COVID crisis began’ – ABC News

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The Greater Darwin region will go into a 48-hour lockdown from 1:00pm local time today after the detection of four new COVID-19 cases linked to a Central Australian mine, Chief Minister Michael Gunner has announced. Under the lockdown, people in the Darwin, Palmerston and Litchfield local government areas, including the Darwin rural area, will only be permitted to leave their homes for five reasons: Masks have to be worn outside the home. “The Northern Territory is now facing its biggest threat since the COVID crisis began,” Mr Gunner said. “I cannot rule out the lockdown being longer. “I cannot rule out […]