Health Inspectors To Watch Bucks Co. Bars On July 4 Weekend

BUCKS COUNTY, PA — Bucks County health department workers will be out in bars and restaurants that serve booze over the 4th of July weekend, making sure drinking establishments are complying with social distancing requirements.

“The Fourth of July, of course … people are used to celebrating and having a good time,” Dr. David Damsker, director of the Bucks County Department of Health, said Friday. “Bars are one of the places that can be overwhelmed with people who won’t be social distancing and won’t be wearing masks.”

Damsker’s comments came as Pennsylvania reported its highest single-day total of new coronavirus cases in six weeks. There were 832 new positive cases of the virus reported in the state on Thursday — the highest new case total since May 20.

Damsker said Bucks County has had “pretty good compliance” from bars since they were allowed to let patrons back inside last week,

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West Ham – Chelsea preview: Chelsea continues its top three push with a visit to London rivals West Ham United at the London Stadium on Wednesday (Watch live at 3:15 p.m. ET on NBCSN and online via

The hosts remain above the drop zone on goal differential alone and are in dire need of points.


Can West Ham do the double over Chelsea in a campaign where the clubs are located at opposite ends of the table?

Team news

Frank Lampard gets good news as Christian Pulisic passes a fitness test, though Andreas Christensen doesn’t make the cut.

For West Ham, Angelo Ogbonna passes his fitness test and starts next to Issa Diop. Sebastian Haller and Arthur Masuaku remain out.

What they’re saying

Lampard on his connection to West Ham, reported interest in Declan Rice: “In terms of being a special game,

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Why Apple’s Changes to iPhone, iPad, Watch and Mac Software Matter

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Apple’s virtual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday was, itself, a sign of the times.

Like all conferences in the coronavirus era, the WWDC keynote morphed into an online-only affair with lone speakers presenting in socially distant productions, as the end credits claimed. But the announcements were no less jam-packed. The moves extend across the Apple universe, bringing changes to the individual software platforms for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac computers, while also tying them closer together.

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The list of updates both on the surface and under-the-hood, look rather extensive: Redesigned widgets in different sizes will be able to sit on homescreens and in the Mac’s notifications area. Siri and call notifications are shrinking down, taking up less screen space. Picture-in-picture video, which has been available on the iPad,  heads to iPhones. And users get new powers

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Apple Watch help with handwashing and a few other things you need to know

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicked off with a keynote by CEO Tim Cook on Monday, had a different vibe.

The keynote, which typically serves as a venue for Apple to highlight its latest iOS operating system, was done online only, due to crowd restrictions to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

Cook & Co. unveiled new software updates for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and Mac computers – public betas for those will begin in July with final software versions available this fall, Cook said.

The Apple CEO also announced that Apple would begin making its own processors for Macs. The move from Intel chips will make for “a huge leap forward” for Mac computers, he said.

Apple expects to ship the first Mac with an Apple processor by the end of the year, with the transition to all Apple processor-based Macs to take about two years.

New Intel-based Macs

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15 gripping sports documentaries you can watch online to fill the hole left in your life by the lack of live sports right now

There may be no live sport to watch right now, but you can still get your fix.
There may be no live sport to watch right now, but you can still get your fix.


  • The coronavirus pandemic has put a halt to virtually all live professional sports.

  • With nothing to watch live on TV, many fans are scrambling for ways to enjoy their favorite sports during the pandemic.

  • There are plenty of gripping documentaries about elite sports on streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video that you can watch to fill the gap left by the lack of live sports.

  • Check out 15 of Insider’s favorites below.

  • Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.

If you’re a sports fan, the current global shutdown forced by the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world is doubly difficult.

Not only do you have to contend with the stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic, which has killed more than 90,000 people and infected over 1.5 million, but also with the

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Boris Johnson says ‘watch this space’ as he hints at reduction to 2m rule

The Prime Minister has said he understands the public's desire to lower the two metre limit as shops around the country reopen this week - PIPPA FOWLES /AFP
The Prime Minister has said he understands the public’s desire to lower the two metre limit as shops around the country reopen this week – PIPPA FOWLES /AFP

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WHO hails Britain’s new steroid treatment

The World Health Organisation has hailed as a “lifesaving scientific breakthrough” the UK’s use of a basic steroid to treat severely ill Covid-19 patients, saving about a third of them.

In a breakthrough described by Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister, as a “remarkable achievement”, the common steroid dexamethasone was shown to radically improve the chances of survival for the most ill patients.

“This is great news and I congratulate the Government of the UK, the University of Oxford, and the many hospitals and patients in the UK who have contributed to this lifesaving scientific breakthrough,” WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.

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Free events and services to watch online while self-quarantining

As novel coronavirus spreads throughout the United States, millions of Americans are spending more time at home.

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But whether you’re doing so because of a job loss, working from home situation or otherwise taking part in the mass effort to stay safe, chances are you’ve been bored once or twice while living under quarantine.

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Thankfully, some very talented people have been creating extra-special performances and experiences that you can enjoy to help you cope with the new normal and that don’t break any social distancing rules. Additionally, some services are extending their free trial periods or dropping their paywalls in order for you to access their content.

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To help navigate the Golden Age of “Quaranstreaming,” “GMA” presents this guide of

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