Here’s a fresh round-up of coronavirus insanity . . .
1. A 48-year-old man from Italy broke the country’s lockdown when he needed some space after an argument with his wife . . . and hiked for a WEEK with no supplies. He wound up 280 miles away when the cops caught him.
His wife had to drive across the country to get him . . . and when she got there, the cops made her pay his $480 fine for violating the coronavirus restrictions.
2. The highest-paid legal prostitute in the U.S. . . . Alice Little from the Moonlite BunnyRanch in Nevada . . . has sued the Nevada state government for shutting down brothels in March and keeping them closed as basically everything else opened.
Before the pandemic, Alice was making up to $1 MILLION a year.
3. A former Congressman named John Delaney proposed that a stimulus check and the vaccine are tied together . . . you get $1,500 when you get vaccinated. For some reason I don’t see anything close to that happening.
4. A couple in the U.K. who bumped their wedding from July to this weekend have had to bump their wedding again . . . because the venue they booked is going to be used as a vaccine distribution site.
5. A doctor in Oregon spoke at a rally of President Trump supporters last month and bragged about how he and his staff never wear masks. Now the state medical board has suspended his license.
6. This is the one time you’re REQUIRED to wear a mask to a bank, and criminals still screw it up. The police in Mississippi are looking for a guy who pulled down his face mask while he was robbing a bank . . . giving the cameras a clear look at his face.
7. A bar owner in Staten Island, New York who keeps violating lockdown orders was arrested for opening again . . . and then hitting a cop with his car when he tried to flee.
8. Here are the updated stats on CONFIRMED coronavirus cases as of last night . . .
New daily cases in the U.S.: 173,861, with 1,076 new deaths.
Total cases in the U.S.: 15.1 million, with more than 288,000 deaths . . . and more than 8.8 million who’ve now recovered.
Total cases worldwide: 67.3 million . . . with more than 1.5 million deaths . . . and more than 46.5 million people who’ve beaten the virus globally.