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Covid-19 Hospitalizations For U.S. Adults In 30’s Reach Record High

[ad_1] The premature relaxation of Covid-19 precautions may be help drive a surge in Covid-19 cases and … [+] hospitalizations among thirty somethings. For example, at Lollapalooza 202in Chicago, Illinois, social distancing was basically absent. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images,) Getty Images, This ain’t good news for thirty somethings. And …

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Pregnant Women Should Get Vaccinated Against Coronavirus

[ad_1] Topline The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention encouraged anyone pregnant and breastfeeding to get vaccinated against coronavirus Wednesday, pointing to a growing amount of evidence that vaccines are safe and effective as new cases and hospitalizations linked to the virus surge across the country. A pregnant woman receives …

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Coronavirus cases up 100 percent in area; statewide, it’s 48 percent | Coronavirus

[ad_1] New coronavirus cases in The Sun Chronicle’s 10-community area have doubled, according to the state’s latest figures. For the week ending Aug. 5 there were 132 new cases compared to 66 the previous week, the Department of Public Health. reported. That’s a 100 percent increase. However, the number of …

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Covid-19 Reinfections For Unvaccinated Over Twice As Likely Compared To Vaccinated

[ad_1] A study of Kentucky residents found that Covid-19 vaccination may offer additional protection for … [+] those who have already had Covid-19. Here Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear applauds as Dr. Jason Smith receives a COVID-19 vaccination at University of Louisville Hospital on December 14, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo …

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How health departments determine if a positive COVID-19 case is the delta variant

[ad_1] CLEVELAND — The Delta variant is now the dominant strain of COVID-19 in Ohio. In May, less than 1% of lab sequenced cases were identified as the highly contagious strain known as the Delta variant. The most recent data from the Ohio Department of Health between July 4 and …

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What COVID variants are appearing in Utah?

[ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – COVID-19, like any other virus, has been mutating, creating new variants. Multiple variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been noted in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As of August 5, there are currently four notable variants …

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Virus levels high in Wisconsin COVID-19 cases, even among fully vaccinated | Local News

[ad_1] Of the 50 samples that underwent genetic testing to determine which strain of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 was present, 42, or 84%, were the delta variant, which appears to be more transmissible. Nearly all new COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin involve the delta variant, including among vaccinated people. …

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Florida Breaks Daily Covid-19 Case Record, Becomes New U.S. Pandemic ‘Epicenter’

[ad_1] As Florida Covid-19 coronavirus cases continue to surge, people are still protesting against … [+] Covid-19 precautions. For example, pictured here are protesters against any potential mask mandates before the Hillsborough County Schools Board meeting held at the district office on July 27, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by …

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Fully Vaccinated Can Spread Coronavirus Delta Variant, Says CDC

[ad_1] A Covid-19 outbreak in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, is showing why dropping of face mask and … [+] social distancing requirements may have been premature relaxation. Officials at Provincetown, MA, (pictured here) have now issued a new mask-wearing advisory for indoors regardless of vaccination status. (Photo by Barry Chin/The Boston …

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Ohio highest coronavirus cases

[ad_1] NORTHEAST OHIO (WJW) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has changed its masking guidance, now recommending vaccinated people wear masks indoors in places where the coronavirus is surging — mostly due to the delta variant — across the country. CDC officially recommends even vaccinated people wear masks indoors in …

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