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THE DAILY BREW ARCHIVES
New York City Sees More Burglaries of Businesses Under Coronavirus Emergency Measures 
[Wall Street Journal]

     -     Some shops are opting to board up storefronts as a deterrent 

BANGER NOTE :    I thought no one was allowed on the streets in New                            York.   More stinky from the garbage heap.
U.S. attorney general Barr orders release of more federal inmates due to coronavirus pandemic
[Reuters]

    -    The $2.2 to $6.2 trillion stimulus bill signed by President Donald            Trump last week included a provision designed to make it easier          for federal prisons to release more inmates into home                        confinement to help control the coronavirus outbreak. Prior to the        stimulus law, the BOP could release to home confinement only              inmates who had already served at least 90% of their sentence or        had no more than six months left to go.


BANGER NOTES : Just remember when crime skyrockets it was the                               government who release the criminals. 
                      See our companion story.
UK Suffers Deadliest Day Yet As New Cases Drop Across Europe; Mortality Rate Jumps To Record 10.3%
[Zero Hedge]

    -    Germany reports smallest batch of deaths in 2 weeks

    -    US death toll tops 7k

Banger Note :  Is the worst yet to come?
The US Military Is Preparing For "Worst-Case Contagion Scenarios" (But It's A Secret)
[Zero Hedge]

BANGER NOTE :    Of course it's secret,  But trust me, they are preparing.
A German Exception? Why the Country’s Coronavirus Death Rate Is Low
[Daily Star]

    -    The virus and the resulting disease, Covid-19, have hit Germany            with force: According to Johns Hopkins University, the country            had more than 90,000 laboratory-confirmed infections by Friday            evening, more than any other country except the United States,            Italy and Spain.

    -    Germany’s fatality rate stood at 1.3 percent, compared with 12              percent in Italy, around 10 percent in Spain, France and Britain

BANGER NOTES : Highlighted for future reference. 
Michigan issues a statewide burn ban
[ABC 57]