Tag Archives: 2020

Oct. 23 coronavirus update: Bremer Co. adds outbreak at Tripoli care center | Local News

[ad_1] Butler County People currently infected: 34 (+2) Average cases per day: 3.4 (-0.1) Hospitalized: 1 (no change) Average deaths per day: 0 (no change) Fatality rate: 0.6% (no change) Total population currently infected: 0.2% (no change) Total population ever infected: 2.5% (no change) Positive testing rate in past 14 days: 6.0% (-0.2%) Iowa school districts may request …

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Oct. 22 coronavirus update: Black Hawk Co. adds 2 deaths, Buchanan, Fayette, Grundy each add 1 | Local News

[ad_1] Butler County People currently infected: 32 (+4) Average cases per day: 3.5 (+0.2) Hospitalized: 1 (no change) Average deaths per day: 0 (no change) Fatality rate: 0.6% (no change) Total population currently infected: 0.2% (no change) Total population ever infected: 2.5% (+0.1%) Positive testing rate in past 14 days: 6.2% (-0.6%) Iowa school districts may request a …

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Oct. 21 coronavirus update: Another death in Bremer Co. for total of 9 | Local News

[ad_1] Butler County People currently infected: 28 (+3) Average cases per day: 3.3 (-0.3) Hospitalized: 1 (no change) Average deaths per day: 0 (no change) Fatality rate: 0.6% (no change) Total population currently infected: 0.2% (no change) Total population ever infected: 2.4% (no change) Positive testing rate in past 14 days: 6.8% (+0.9%) Iowa school districts may request …

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Oct. 20 coronavirus update: Bremer Co. adds death; hospitalizations rise past 500 statewide, highest ever | Local News

[ad_1] As of June 30, IDPH classifies anyone not hospitalized or deceased after 28 days to be recovered. Recovery rate: 77.1% (-0.5%) Positive serology tests: 3,681 The number of people with no current infection who tested positive for antibodies of the novel coronavirus, indicating they may have had the virus. Percent active …

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Sept. 28 coronavirus update: State passes 50 long-term care facility outbreaks, hospitalizations up | Local News

[ad_1] Total population currently infected: 0.4% Total population ever infected: 1.2% Positive testing rate in past 14 days: 6.0% Iowa school districts may request a temporary waiver to send students home for 14 days and move all instruction online if 10% of students are absent and a 14-day average shows at least 15% …

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Sept. 15 coronavirus update: New outbreak at Harmony House, Iowa now 10th in U.S. for cases per capita | Local News

[ad_1] The total number of people who died of the novel coronavirus beginning March 1, 2020. 14-day average deaths per day: 6.4 (+0.5) Fatality rate: 1.6% (no change) National ranking in deaths per capita: 23rd (no change) (Info: kff.org) COVID-19 deaths in Iowa, Sept. 15, 2020 Amie Rivers Recoveries: 54,257 (+938) As of June …

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Sept. 14 coronavirus update: Rate of spread down, but cases per capita surpasses NY; new outbreak in Grundy Center | Local News

[ad_1] The total number of people who died of the novel coronavirus beginning March 1, 2020. 14-day average deaths per day: 5.9 Fatality rate: 1.6% (-0.1%) National ranking in deaths per capita: 23rd (no change) (Info: kff.org) COVID-19 deaths in Iowa, Sept. 14, 2020 Amie Rivers As of June 30, IDPH now classifies …

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NFL Week 1 – Game highlights, news, coronavirus protocols, social justice protests, more

[ad_1] Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season is here. The world has changed just a bit since the last NFL regular-season Sunday. It was December 29, 2019, and the NFL was looking forward to a postseason that would deliver the first Super Bowl victory in Kansas City Chiefs history. …

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15 NFL coronavirus protocols you need to know

[ad_1] The NFL’s last “normal” moment was the annual scouting combine, held from Feb. 23 to March 2 in Indianapolis. Amid the routine of that week, league executives focused on finalizing a new collective bargaining agreement with players. Teams locked in on scouting college players and setting plans for the …

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What to expect from NFL officiating in 2020

[ad_1] If you knew where to look this summer, you might have spotted an NFL game official working out on a community football field. Some wanted to know what it felt like to wear a mask while breathing heavily. Others wanted to see if a face shield would fall off …

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