The TAPS Daily - July 15, 2020


Welcome to The TAPS Daily - your source for some of the latest news, resources, and thought pieces from across the military and veteran community during the COVID-19 response.


Top 5 News Items

Today's Highlights

 

  1. Ruth Bader Ginsburg discharged from the hospital and doing well
    (CNN)
    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been discharged from the hospital after being treated for a possible infection in her latest health scare.
  2. Oklahoma Governor Tests Positive For Coronavirus
    (NPR)
    Governor Kevin Stitt has become the first U.S. governor known to be infected with COVID-19.
  3. What happens if you don't file a tax return?
    (CBS News)
    In the middle of a pandemic today’s tax deadline might not be the first thing on your mind.
  4. America's Health Crisis Is Becoming a Housing Crisis
    (The Atlantic
    The current housing crisis could get messy quickly, but it is fixable.
  5. Walmart will require all customers to wear masks
    (Axios)
    Walmart will require all customers to wear face masks beginning next week in all of its 9,000 company-owned stores, in addition to its Sam's Club locations.
  6. Army and Navy still expect a 2020 football game
    (Military Times)
    The historic rivalry between Army and Navy football may be put into question as COVID-19 cases continue to spike.. For now, however, both teams expect to play on December 12.
  7. 12-year-old boy finds a veteran's dog tag and returns it to his family 46 years after his death
    (CNN)
    A Fourth of July kayaking trip forever changed the lives of two families when 12-year-old Kolton Conrad found a dog tag that belonged to a man who died 46 years ago.

 

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