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Lauren Pisciotta is a famous model, fitness instructor, and fashion media star. She came to limelight when she appeared as Niykee Heaton manager.

After that, she got huge popularity and respect from all over the world. Lauren Pisciotta is also popular on social media including Instagram where millions of followers and likes her images.

Early life and  education

Lauren Pisciotta came into the world on August 18, 1988. From childhood, she always wishes to become a famous model and star. That’s why she works hard for her career. Her birth name is Nikki Smith and was born in the United States. 

She belongs to White ethnicity with the nationality of AmericaInfo. Also, she has a zodiac sign of Leo.lauren is currently living in United States and living a lavish life. 

Information about her family and sibling is a secret. But her sister’s name is Taylor Pisciotta. She has a brother but his name is not revealed till now. Lauren, is also a famous fitness model. Look on her pictures that she made her beautiful body with workouts and hard exercises.

Marriage status and Boyfriend?

Lauren is Currently single and According to some rumours,  she is not dating anyone. Lauren did not share any information related to her boyfriend for marriage.  She is working hard for her career. Look like she was in a relationship with anyone but she did not disclose anything about her. We will update it as soon as possible when we will confirm it. Meanwhile she is not dating anyone.

Career and achievements

the famous cute girl from the United States is Fitness star and social media star. She participated in different events and served for many brands in her successful career. At the beginning of her career, she came to LimeLightAs a manager of Niykee. After that, she took the first step in modelling career and fitness career. Many fans and forward they are asking questions about plastic surgery of Lauren. They thought that the butt and chest is not natural.

Lauren Pisciotta net worth and salary

 About the net worth and salary of Lauren, she had not disclosed the exact amount of net worth and salary. If we talk about the average Lauren net worth, estimated net worth is roundabout 4 million dollars to 5 million dollars according to some news reports and celebrity websites. The exact amount of salary is paid under review by our operating team.

 Height Weight and body measurements 

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the perfect beautiful model from the United States stands with a height of 5.9 inches. She has a weight of 141 lbs with brown hair and similar Eyes.  Lauren age is now 30 years but she looks like a young girl.

Social media accounts and follower

 Lauren Pisciotta is also famous on social media including Instagram, where millions of followers like her posts and pictures daily. She also earned huge money from social media. Lauren is also active on other social media networks like Facebook and Twitter.

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Halloween: CDC recommends avoiding trick-or-treating

Hannah Yasharoff   | USA TODAY The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Monday it advises against traditional trick-or-treating this year amid the novel coronavirus. The recommendation came as part of a list of Halloween guidelines broken down by level of risk. Door-to-door trick-or-treating, trunk-or-treating “where treats are handed out from trunks of cars lined up in…

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Monday it advises against traditional trick-or-treating this year amid the novel coronavirus. The recommendation came as part of a list of Halloween guidelines broken down by level of risk. 

Door-to-door trick-or-treating, trunk-or-treating “where treats are handed out from trunks of cars lined up in large parking lots” and indoor parties or haunted houses are among the riskiest Halloween activities when it comes to preventing the spread of COVID-19, the CDC says. Others to be avoided include hayrides or tractor rides with others, visiting fall festivals in other communities and using alcohol or drugs, “which can cloud judgment and increase risky behaviors.” 

“Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses,” the CDC’s holiday recommendations page says. “There are several safer, alternative ways to participate in Halloween. If you may have COVID-19 or you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you should not participate in in-person Halloween festivities and should not give out candy to trick-or-treaters.”

Some safer but still moderately risky activities include one-way trick-or-treating “where individually wrapped goodie bags are lined up for families to grab and go while continuing to social distance (such as at the end of a driveway or at the edge of a yard),” small, outdoor and socially distant costume parties, parades or Halloween movie nights and one-way, outdoor and socially distant haunted forests or pumpkin patches. 

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For spooky events, such as watching a Halloween movie with people outside the household or visiting a haunted forest, the CDC recommends greater distancing “if screaming will likely occur.”

“The greater the distance, the lower the risk of spreading a respiratory virus,” it says. 

Costume masks are not substitutes for protective face masks, the CDC says, but the two should not be used together – the combination can make it hard to breathe.

“Instead, consider using a Halloween-themed cloth mask,” the CDC says. 

How can people have fun on Halloween this year? By celebrating with members of their household, outdoors and distant from others, and partying virtually, according to the CDC. 

Lower-risk activities include pumpkin carving either with members of your household or with friends outside and at a safe distance, watching a Halloween movie at home or having a virtual Halloween costume contest. 

Families can try doing a Halloween scavenger hunt either “where children are given lists of Halloween-themed things to look for while they walk outdoors from house to house admiring Halloween decorations at a distance” or one “with your household members in or around your home rather than going house to house.” 

The CDC included guidance for other fall and winter holidays, including Yom Kippur, Día de los Muertos, Diwali, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year’s. In addition to the now-standard instructions to limit the number of people, wear masks, wash hands and gather outside if possible, the CDC suggests avoiding potluck-style meals (to minimize risk of spreading germs) and staying at home “as much as possible” for 14 days after attending a holiday gathering with anyone outside your immediate household. 

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US reaches 200K coronavirus deaths as Trump praises administration for doing ‘phenomenal job’ with pandemic

Adrianna Rodriguez   | USA TODAY The United States reached yet another dark milestone Tuesday: 200,000 coronavirus deaths.The news comes as states grapple with opening restaurants, small businesses, and schools; and cases are peaking in Montana, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming, according to a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data. Social distancing fatigue and continued contention over mask-wearing threaten to…

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The United States reached yet another dark milestone Tuesday: 200,000 coronavirus deaths.

The news comes as states grapple with opening restaurants, small businesses, and schools; and cases are peaking in Montana, Utah, Wisconsin and Wyoming, according to a USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data. Social distancing fatigue and continued contention over mask-wearing threaten to compound COVID-19 cases and deaths as the year goes on.

In March, President Donald Trump said keeping the death toll between 100,000 to 200,000 people would have indicated that his administration had “done a very good job.”  As the number has continued to climb, Trump has sought to reshape the significance of the death tally.

“If we didn’t do our job, it would be three and half, two and half, maybe three million people,” Trump said Friday, leaning on extreme projections of what could have happened if nothing at all were done to fight the pandemic. “We have done a phenomenal job with respect to COVID-19.”

COVID-19 deaths have outpaced projections made as recently as May, when experts at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at University of Washington predicted around 180,000 deaths by October. That model now predicts 378,000 deaths by January. The U.S. reached 100,000 cases in May.

As Americans mourn the lives of 200,000 people, public health experts are concerned more lives are at risk as the country nears the beginning of flu season, which is associated with tens of thousands of deaths each year.

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“It’s hard for me to think of a positive scenario where things are going to get better in October and November,” said Dr. John Swartzberg, professor emeritus of infectious diseases and vaccinology at the University of California, Berkeley. “I don’t see behavior changing adequately. I don’t see testing ramping up. I see political winds continue to be oppressive to doing the right things.”

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Dr. James Fortenberry, chief medical officer at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, explains what parents should look out for as kids go back to school.

Contributing: Jorge L. Ortiz and Joshua Bote, USA TODAY; Julie Pace, Associated Press. Follow Adrianna Rodriguez on Twitter: @AdriannaUSAT.

Health and patient safety coverage at USA TODAY is made possible in part by a grant from the Masimo Foundation for Ethics, Innovation and Competition in Healthcare. The Masimo Foundation does not provide editorial input.

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Blake Bortles to sign with Denver Broncos as backup quarterback, per reports

Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz   | USA TODAY With starter Drew Lock sidelined for multiple weeks, the Denver Broncos are putting a new quarterback plan in place as they shift backup Jeff Driskel into the lead role.Blake Bortles is signing a one-year deal with the team, according to multiple reports.Bortles, 28, was a five-year starter for the Jacksonville…

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With starter Drew Lock sidelined for multiple weeks, the Denver Broncos are putting a new quarterback plan in place as they shift backup Jeff Driskel into the lead role.

Blake Bortles is signing a one-year deal with the team, according to multiple reports.

Bortles, 28, was a five-year starter for the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2014-18. The No. 3 pick in the 2014 NFL draft signed a three-year, $54 million extension with the team in 2018 after the team reached the AFC championship game the previous year, but he was released just one year into the deal.

Bortles spent the 2019 season as a backup to Jared Goff on the Los Angeles Rams.

The deal will require a physical and COVID-19 testing before it can be completed.

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The Broncos have had to reshuffle their offensive outlook after losing Lock to a shoulder injury that coach Vic Fangio said would keep him out for three to five weeks. Driskel took over for Lock in the Broncos’ 26-21 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and completed 18 of 34 passes for 256 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

The Broncos also lost top wide receiver Courtland Sutton to a season-ending torn anterior cruciate ligament.

Denver did not have another quarterback on its active roster to serve as Driskel’s backup.

Follow Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz on Twitter @MikeMSchwartz.

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