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Coronavirus deaths in Texas: 1,000 people die in just 10 days

After the first COVID-19 death in Texas — a 97-year-old man in Matagorda County who died on March 15 — it took 53 days before the state reached 1,000 deaths. On Monday, Texas reached 4,020 deaths only 10 days after crossing the 3,000 threshold. New coronavirus cases and hospitalizations have been rising fast across Texas […]

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50 cases in past 2 days for Tippecanoe; state’s 927 second highest so far

CLOSE The novel coronavirus, or COVID-19.  (Photo: USA Today Network, USA Today Network) LAFAYETTE – Saturday brought a Top 5 daily gain in confirmed coronavirus cases with 23, bringing a two-day total to 50 and an overall caseload of 875 since the pandemic arrived in Indiana in March, according to figures released Sunday by the […]

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Alinea Pop-Up Closed After Staffer Tests Positive For Coronavirus — Days After COVID-19 Canapé Backlash – Block Club Chicago

CHICAGO — Days after a new, coronavirus-inspired concoction spurred backlash at Alinea, the pop-up version of the renowned establishment has closed because an employee recently tested positive for the virus. In emails obtained by Block Club Chicago, Lucy Chelebian, who works in the restaurant’s HR department, sent an email to staff saying “Alinea in Residence […]

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San Diego County Sees 6 Coronavirus Outbreaks In 7 Days

Photo by Alexander Nguyen Above: Families having picnics at Balboa Park on June 17, 2020, as a bicyclist rides through and a sign in the foreground showing what’s allowed in the park during the coronavirus pandemic. San Diego County reported 124 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths from the illness Wednesday, as public health […]

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Maryland Coronavirus Hospitalizations Up Slightly After Days Of Decline, State Tops 47.6K Cases – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After days of general decline, hospitalizations have gone up slightly in Maryland, according to new state numbers. Hospitalizations grew from 1,279 to 1,315 as of Tuesday morning, an increase of 36 people. The latest numbers show there are 47,687 confirmed coronavirus cases in the state, and 2,217 people have died from the […]

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Inside the Early Days of China’s Coronavirus Coverup

Immediately following Zhong’s announcement, the Chinese government allowed major news organizations into Wuhan, giving them a surprising amount of leeway to report on the situation there. In another press conference on January 21, Zhong praised the government’s transparency. Two days after that, the government shut down virtually all transportation into and out of Wuhan, later […]

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‘Is This What Dead Is Like?’ Colorado Woman Survives Coronavirus After Ten Days On A Ventilator

Turman is African American, and data shows that black people in Colorado and across the country are disproportionately more likely to contract COVID-19 or die from the disease. In Colorado, African Americans make up 4.6 percent of the population, but the most recent data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment indicates that […]

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