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Mississippi hospital puts beds in parking garage to cope with COVID-19 surge

[ad_1] Health care workers arrive for the morning shift at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, in the state capital of one of the first U.S. states to declare themselves fully open after a year of lockdowns, and closures during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Jackson, Mississippi, U.S. March …

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The Lambda COVID variant is in California: 5 things to know

[ad_1] In summary A new strain of the coronavirus has been found in California. But no need to worry, experts say, since lambda is rarely detected, and delta dominates. A new COVID-19 variant — named lambda — has arrived in California. The emerging lambda variant has been popping up in …

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Michigan officials report 3,127 new COVID-19 cases, 29 deaths since Wednesday

[ad_1] LANSING, Mich. — Michigan health officials have confirmed 3,127 new cases of the coronavirus in the state and 29 additional deaths connected to COVID-19 since Wednesday. Of the 29 deaths announced Friday, 14 were identified during a review of vital records. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services …

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Coronavirus in Oregon: 1,785 cases, hospitalizations up nearly 10% in one day

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[ad_1] The number of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 grew nearly 10% from Thursday into Friday, as intensive care units in some parts of the state are running up against their maximum capacities. Of the unprecedented 733 hospitalized patients, a record 185 are in ICUs. Gov. Kate Brown said Friday she’ll …

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Dallas County reports 915 new coronavirus cases, 4 deaths as hospitalizations keep climbing

[ad_1] Dallas County reported four more COVID-19 deaths and 915 new coronavirus cases Friday, as hospitalizations for the virus continued to rise. The majority of cases continue to be among unvaccinated people, and County Judge Clay Jenkins noted in a written statement that very few “breakthrough” cases result in illness …

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Governor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut’s Coronavirus Response Efforts

[ad_1] Press Releases 08/13/2021 Governor Lamont Provides Update on Connecticut’s Coronavirus Response Efforts Latest Data as of 3:00PM on Friday, August 13, 2021 (HARTFORD, CT) – As the State of Connecticut continues taking actions in response to the global spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Governor Ned Lamont provided the …

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Daily coronavirus data for Boulder County, reported Aug. 13, 2021

[ad_1] New cases: 28 Total cases: 25,435 Total hospitalizations: 886 New hospitalizations: 1 Daily hospitalizations: 31 Daily discharges: 10 Total deaths: 263 New deaths: 0 New cases per 100,000 people in past 7 days: 98.1 7-day percent positivity: 3.9% Number of COVID-19 variant cases B.1.1.7: 714 B.1.351: 0 B.1.427: 44 …

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What’s the difference between antibodies and monoclonal antibodies?

[ad_1] WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The coronavirus pandemic has brought on a slew of new words and terminology that many of us are still trying to digest and grasp their meanings. SPECIAL COVERAGE: Coronavirus These days you probably have heard the terms COVID-19 antibodies and monoclonal antibodies. But what …

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Spread of coronavirus remains a concern at start of new school year

[ad_1] WEST PALM BEACH, Fla . — The spread of coronavirus remains a big concern as students start a new school year. On Friday, the Palm Beach County School District said more than one thousand students were told to stay home because of possible COVID exposure. In Tallahassee, a Florida …

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