Tag Archives: COVID

President Trump Continues To Fight Coronavirus, Aims For Monday Release From Walter Reed – CBS Baltimore

[ad_1] BETHESDA, Md. (AP/WJZ) — President Donald Trump was hoping for a Monday discharge from the military hospital where he is being treated for COVID-19, a day after he briefly ventured out while contagious to salute cheering supporters by motorcade in a move that disregarded precautions meant to contain the …

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60,000 coronavirus vaccines will need to be distributed in Racine County, Delagrave says | Local News

[ad_1] Delagrave RACINE COUNTY — During the H1N1 “swine flu” pandemic of 2009-10, Racine County needed to distribute 10,000 vaccinations to quell the chances of an outbreak. Vaccinating Racine County against COVID-19 will be a significantly bigger task. Whenever a vaccine is ready for COVID-19, Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave …

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Hospitalizations Up, Positivity Rate Still Above 3% As State Adds 501 New Cases – CBS Baltimore

[ad_1] ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Maryland reports 501 new coronavirus cases overnight, and the positivity rate remains above 3% on Monday. As of Monday morning, the state has recorded 127,791 cases throughout the pandemic. Three more Marylanders have died, bringing the total to 3,817. >WJZ has a new news app! Download …

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471 New Cases Reported As Positivity Rate Is Back Over 3% – CBS Baltimore

[ad_1] ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland saw 471 coronavirus cases and one new death from the virus in the past 24 hours, the state’s Department of Health reported Sunday morning. As of Sunday, the state has recorded 127,290 cases of COVID-19 and 3,814 deaths. >>WJZ has a new news app! Download …

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Coronavirus Pandemic Brings Life in the Red Tier for San Diego County, Outbreaks at SDSU – NBC 7 San Diego

[ad_1] As the summer ended and fall began, the coronavirus pandemic continued in San Diego County. Locals learned to live life in the “Red Tier,” while COVID-19 outbreaks at San Diego State University drove up the case count, getting us close to crossing into the dreaded “Purple Tier.” Here’s a …

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Boston Joins Red Cities and Towns – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ latest weekly data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the updated community-level risk assessment map, shows 23 communities considered at the highest risk for transmitting COVID-19, up eight from last week. Among the changes is Boston moving into the red zone for the first time since the state started …

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Positivity Rate Up, Hospitalizations Down As 414 Cases Added – CBS Baltimore

[ad_1] ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Maryland reports 414 new coronavirus cases Wednesday morning, bringing the state’s total throughout the pandemic to 124,725. Hospitalizations went down from 344 to 334 with 77 people in ICUs. Three more Marylanders haver died since Tuesday of the virus, officials said, bringing the total number of …

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Mask guidelines for life during the coronavirus pandemic

[ad_1] At this stage in the novel coronavirus pandemic, masks are a fact of life. A majority of states and businesses have mask mandates, and mounting scientific evidence supports wearing them. Below we’ve compiled answers to some of the most commonly asked questions surrounding masks and how to navigate pandemic …

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Nasal Spray Lowered Coronavirus Levels In Animal Study, Researchers Say – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) – A new study has found a nasal spray could help in the battle against the coronavirus. Ena Respirator, a biotech company in Australia, is developing a nasal spray to boost the immune system to fight the common cold and flu. In a study on ferrets, they …

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Coronavirus surge: When will the fall COVID-19 spike hit? | WETM

[ad_1] DALLAS (NEXSTAR) — As the world marks 1 million coronavirus cases and restrictions across the globe ease, many experts fear the planet is just weeks away from another COVID-19 surge. Since the height of the coronavirus pandemic this past spring, experts have been warning about a second spike likely …

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