Trump’s evolving case of covid

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— Much remains unclear about President Donald Trump’s bout with coronavirus, three days after he first revealed his diagnosis and less than a month before the election.

— A White House celebration may be the source of many Trump-linked cases, with more Republicans now sickened after they gathered to celebrate Trump’s latest nomination to the Supreme Court.

— A political appointee tried to pressure CDC to change a bulletin on coronavirus and kids, complicating officials’ own efforts to revise the report.

WELCOME BACK TO MONDAY PULSE — Where weeks after Trump appointees tried to alter

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Adapting And Evolving Was Key To Success

MADISON, NJ—On the surface, Amy Peller could not have planned a worse time to start a business. After leaving a job at a large corporation, she decided to open a mobile dog grooming salon and planned to launch last spring.

“I resigned from a job at a consulting firm two years ago,” she explained, “to really seize an opportunity that mixed personal passion with an industry where I saw a big growth potential.”

Peller, a self-described planner, did extensive research and preparation. Things were going well and she was scheduled to launch her new business in April. As February wore on, though, she recognized that it was not the right time.

“I just didn’t feel like we knew enough about about covid,” she said, “to be safe for our clients, both human and canine.”

But Peller had a problem. She was scheduled to pick up a key piece of equipment

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