Things I’ve found interesting March 9th 2020

Some Monday reading. If you find this resource useful – PLEASE use link below to provide me with a small monetary tip as a thank you. Every little bit is greatly appreciated.

Young woman in St. Louis County who was studying in Italy and has coronavirus traveled on an Amtrak train Lincoln Service 303

Amtrak woman on Lincoln Service 303 train that made stop in Normal has tested ‘presumptive positive’ for coronavirus

More about Chicago-St. Louis Amtrak passenger who tested presumptive positive for coronavirus

Family of Missouri’s first coronavirus patient broke self quarantine, St. Louis County officials say

Amtrak woman on train that made stop in Normal has tested ‘presumptive positive’ for coronavirus

Coronavirus Update Amtrak Lincoln Service 303 March 8th 2020

Before Clearview Became a Police Tool, It Was a Secret Plaything of the Rich

Ice cream bandits are wreaking havoc on NYC supermarkets August 12, 2016

The Facial Recognition Company That Scraped Facebook And Instagram Photos Is Developing Surveillance Cameras

We Found Clearview AI’s Shady Face Recognition App

The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It

Drones near prisons, sports stadiums are target of Missouri lawmakers

Norway Rises Above 68% Plug-In Vehicle Market Share In February!

Kimchi Guys’ Korean fried chicken should be the future of Laclede’s Landing

Highland woman claimed to have muscular dystrophy and breast cancer to scam nonprofits, feds say

Highland woman who admitted lying about cancer on ‘Dr. Phil hit with 8 federal charges

Illinois logs nearly $35M in cannabis sales during February

The Butler House on West Pine: 50 of the most expensive homes that just hit the St. Louis market

Bay Briefing: S.F.-based cruise ship and the coronavirus outbreak

Electric scooter starts apartment fire in San Francisco’s SoMa

Civil rights: The road to Bloody Sunday began 30 miles away

John Rallo, the businessman at the center of Steve Stenger’s scheme, gets 17 months in prison

These one-of-a-kind e-bikes are made from repurposed parts

Coronavirus live updates: BART takes steps to stop spread; test kits on way to SF cruise ship

Coronavirus live updates: 2 people infected in San Francisco; Bay Area school closures increase

Fears of coronavirus contamination prompt coffee chains to temporarily ban reusable mugs

The Coronavirus Is More Than Just a Health Crisis

Coronavirus patient in Spain reportedly recovers after being treated with HIV drug

Coronavirus Updates: As Cases Climb and Stocks Slide, Congress Approves $8.3 Billion to Fight the Epidemic

Air Pollution “Pandemic” Worse Than Wars, Parasitic & Vector-Born Diseases, HIV/AIDS, And Smoking

New Jersey man hospitalized for coronavirus is first case in the state

What you need to know about coronavirus

‘When Can We Go to School?’ Nearly 300 Million Children Are Missing Class.

This nursing home has become the US epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, but patients’ family members say they’re left in the dark

‘Don’t touch your face,’ warn public officials seconds before touching their faces

Told to Stay Home, Suspected Coronavirus Patient Attended Event With Dartmouth Students

U.S. coronavirus death toll rises; cruise held off Calif. coast after passengers show symptoms

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today Schools were closed in Italy, and more cases cropped up in New York

New Hampshire coronavirus patient broke quarantine to attend event in Vermont

There are now 158 cases of novel coronavirus in US

How coronavirus spread in New York: From a man to his family. Then a neighbor. Then friends.