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North Idaho continues to see spike in new coronavirus cases

The Panhandle Health District announced 110 new cases of coronavirus on Monday, bringing the district’s total case count to 1,240 since the pandemic first began. KOOTENAI COUNTY, Idaho — The number of active coronavirus cases in North Idaho continued to rise on Monday while the area’s number of hospitalizations tied to the virus more than […]

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Surge continues as study warns of silent spread

John Kennedy, USA TODAY NETWORK-Florida Capital Bureau Published 4:53 p.m. ET July 8, 2020 | Updated 4:54 p.m. ET July 8, 2020 Florida reported another 9,989 cases of coronavirus Wednesday along with 48 more deaths as the state continued to be mired in what Gov. Ron DeSantis and others dub the Sunbelt resurgence of the […]

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California continues troubling trend upward in cases

The seven-day average of new coronavirus cases in California soared as Los Angeles County reported three days’ worth of test results Monday. The raw number of cases reported around the state Monday obliterated the previous record but comes with an enormous caveat: a number of counties, including L.A., which itself accounts for nearly half the […]

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Illinois announces 6 additional coronavirus deaths as downward trend continues

Illinois health officials announced Sunday an additional six coronavirus deaths, the lowest one-day total since March 25. Sunday’s update continues a downward trend for the state. On Saturday, officials announced 10 additional deaths, which was the lowest since March 30. The state’s first COVID-19 death didn’t occur until March 17, so the numbers through the […]

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Renters Scramble for Sublets as Coronavirus Crisis Continues

It’s the only way many people in the city can afford to live here — by sharing an apartment, and the rent, with roommates. But with the coronavirus crisis triggering an exodus from the city, many roommate arrangements are in shambles, and that’s causing a lot of financial hardship and anxiety. “Initially, I felt like one […]

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Covid deaths surpass 500,000 worldwide as disease continues

More than a half-million people have now died from COVID-19 worldwide, and the death toll has doubled in just over seven weeks. That grim milestone – marked Sunday by Johns Hopkins University – is particularly unsettling given warnings by health experts that the pandemic is still in its infancy. The U.S. with more than 125,000 deaths makes up approximately 25% of the total […]

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Cases surge, but California reopening continues

California is confirming more coronavirus cases than ever before. The percentage of COVID-19 tests that come back positive is creeping up. And the number of people being treated for the deadly illness in hospitals and intensive care units is on the rise. In the last week, the number of confirmed new coronavirus cases in the […]

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Tennessee’s active coronavirus cases top 8,000 as outbreak continues to grow

A map of active coronavirus cases in Tennessee as of Wednesday, June 3, 2020. There was early hope that the arrival of warmer weather would cause the outbreak of novel coronavirus to ease, months before an anticipated vaccine is available to curb its spread. But as the calendar has flipped from May to June and […]

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Discrepency Over Coronavirus Death Continues Dispute At U.S. Postal Service Facility In Denver – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Department of Health claims an employee at a U.S. Postal Service facility in Denver has died from coronavirus. The Postal Service said that is not true. (credit: CBS) This comes after the USPS facility in Denver defied orders to shut down after the city and county health department reported multiple […]

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Elderly Housing Continues to Account for Most Colorado Coronavirus Deaths

In a press conference on Tuesday, Mike Willis, the director of the Colorado Office of Emergency Management, acknowledged that many nursing homes have struggled to secure enough personal protective equipment for its staff. “They are all under great stress and they are following the standards of care in order to conserve PPE,” he said. Undetected […]

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