San Francisco fitness centers fear ‘complete collapse’ amid coronavirus shutdown


Owners of boutique gyms and fitness centers flooded the San Francisco Small Business Commission meeting Monday night and pleaded for permission to reopen.

In a series of speeches grouped under the title “Help Save Us from Complete Collapse,” members of the San Francisco Independent Fitness Studio Coalition addressed Health Officer Dr. Tomas Aragon with an array of emotional and data-based appeals.

“It’s somewhat confusing to me as to why I can’t be 20 feet away from someone and instructing them how to do pushups while both of us where masks,” said Evan Mather, whose facility is about 2,000 square feet

Coronavirus hotspots like Florida, Nevada still seeing increased interest from tourists, travel site’s data suggests


While Americans are still wary of traveling long distances during the coronavirus pandemic, some are searching for domestic travel destinations in COIVD-19 hot spots, a new report suggests.

Florida was the most-searched travel destination in the country, with California

DJ Neil Fox says coronavirus ‘inspired’ him to overhaul lifestyle in bid to beat diabetes


Celebrity DJ Neil ‘Dr’ Fox often burnt the candle at both ends during his days as a breakfast show presenter.

But the early starts and lack of sleep combined with the stress of a high profile court case in 2015 took their toll on his health.

Then, three years ago, he found himself with Type-2 diabetes.

Now Neil is determined to reverse the condition by following a strict diet and increasing his exercise levels – and is hopeful that he will be rid of it by Christmas.

“You can reverse it, but it takes hard work, because you need to

Coronavirus concerns cause more than 60 NFL players to withdraw from 2020 season


Players had until 4 p.m. ET on Thursday to decide and after the deadline passed, a spokesperson for the NFL told CNN that out of 2,880 players, 66 players chose to opt out.

That figure could be higher — both NBC’s Pro Football Talk and CBS reported the figure was 67 players.
The New England Patriots are the team most affected, with eight players opting out of the 2020 season — prompting much ribald “tanking for Trevor” comment
Highly-rated Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is expected to be drafted first overall in the 2021 NFL Draft, and some fans have jokingly