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Savannah Streber was asleep in her bed when a fire broke out at her home on Yates Street in Rochester, New York, on February 28, 2004. But it was no accident. A Molotov cocktail had been thrown into the house and the fire was ruled as arson. No one has ever been arrested. The Rochester Police Department is investigating.
"This has not gone as smoothly as we would have liked," Dr. Nancy Messonnier of the CDC said.
Jerry Morrison has always been fascinated by space. The 7-year-old was inspired by his Uncle Joey, who works as a NASA engineer. Now Jerry teaches other kids about the galaxy and is shooting for the stars when it comes to his bright future.
Masks are most helpful when worn by people who are already sick to help prevent infecting others, experts say. The CDC advises to wash your hands regularly, cover your cough and avoid touching your face.
The CDC is working with Sacramento doctors to find out how a female patient was infected with COVID-19 outside of quarantine. Medical staff who treated her are in isolation and her family under a 14-day quarantine as doctors reach out to her employer and those who may have been in contact with her.