Live coronavirus updates for Tuesday, June 2: Utah case count surpasses 10,000; Deseret Industries reopening stores

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NC Start-up Addresses Horseshoe Crab Blood Testing Controversy and US Pharmacopoeia (USP) Endotoxin Regulations

The Kepley BioSystems publication “Horseshoe Crab Aquaculture as a Sustainable Endotoxin Testing Source” appears in the specialty Marine Conservation and Sustainability section of Frontiers in Marine Science and is available to read online. GREENSBORO, NC, USA, June 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The US Pharmacopoeia has cited the use of horseshoe crab-derived test reagents for ensuring […]

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Salt Lake City residents voice frustrations after being slapped with weeklong curfew amid protests

The mayor says it’s to protect public safety, but Salt Lake City residents say the current curfew feels more like punishment. But numerous residents call the curfew a heavy-handed and hypocritical response compared to lax enforcement of coronavirus restrictions. Others said it violated their First Amendment right to peacefully assemble and gave police a tool […]

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Families of US victims welcome calls for justice

As cities around the U.S. witnessed a seventh straight night of protests set off by the death of George Floyd, attorneys representing families of recent African-American victims said that their families are encouraged by calls for justice. (June 2) AP Related News:Park City demonstration against police brutality planned amid outrage at death of George Floyd’Back […]

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Tropical Storm Cristobal has formed in Gulf of Mexico and may approach US by weekend

Tropical Storm Cristobal, already the third storm of this year’s hurricane season, formed Tuesday afternoon off the coast of Mexico and could reach Texas, Louisiana or the Florida Panhandle by Friday or early next week, meteorologists say.  The storm began as a tropical depression with heavy rainfall and flooding over Mexico and Central America. The National Hurricane Center […]

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