Tag Archives: #CoronaVirus

LIVE updates for Saturday, August 8

RICHMOND, Va. — In an effort to provide accurate, easy-to-read information on the on-going COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on our community, WTVR.com will update this post with the day’s local coronavirus headlines and statistics. COVID-19 IN VIRGINIA (Scroll to bottom for U.S. stats) Positive COVID-19 Cases: 99,189 (+1,367 from …

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Tokyo logs 429 new cases of coronavirus infection

The Tokyo metropolitan government on Saturday reported 429 new cases of coronavirus infection, surpassing the 400 mark for the second straight day. The number of new cases in Kanagawa Prefecture, south of Tokyo, totaled 128 and that in Saitama Prefecture, north of the capital, came to 84, both the highest …

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Life in the Time of Coronavirus: Recreating the Fair

There are 186 days until the 2021 Florida State Fair. Fair leaders say it’s still on — it’s just going to look a little different, thanks to the increased safety measures they are implementing in this Pandemic crisis. The Fairgrounds is currently playing host to a newly imagined event– the “Fair Food …

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Pregnant Mother Gets COVID-19, Delivers Baby Prematurely

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Surgical technologist Brittany Hartwell never missed a day of work while pregnant. When she got sick, she thought her symptoms were because she was an expectant mother. What You Need To Know OBGYN: In some severe COVID-19 cases, pregnant women may deliver early Brittany Hartwell ended …

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California releases guidance for reopening universities

Gov. Gavin Newsom released guidance for reopening colleges and universities on Friday afternoon, just weeks before the start of the academic year. Notably, the guidance prohibits indoor lectures and dining for schools in counties that have spent three consecutive days on the monitoring list. It also sets restrictions on allowing …

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