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Experts Are Now Questioning The Inevitability Of A Second Wave Of Coronavirus

[ad_1] Earlier this year during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, experts were worried about a potential resurgence of infection rates and positive cases in the form of a “second wave” of the virus. In the last few weeks, many American states and countries worldwide have started the reopening process, …

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UIC to Test Coronavirus Vaccine in New Trial – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] A vaccine aimed at preventing coronavirus infection in those most at risk will be tested on at least 1,000 people in Chicago in a new trial. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago are set to conduct a clinical trial beginning next month using a vaccine developed by …

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Vaccine Trial in Chicago, Bars to Reopen Wednesday – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] (NOTE: Daily press conferences from Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will be streamed live in the player above. Check back for updates.) As Illinois nears its next phase of reopening, Chicago is slowly loosening even more restrictions. At the same time, a vaccine trial will soon …

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Here’s what to know June 16, 2020

[ad_1] Cases up to 60,064; Death toll now at 5,772 The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 60,064 as of Monday, including 5,772 deaths, state officials report. Monday’s total represents an increase of 74 cases and two additional deaths. Sunday’s total was 59,990 …

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Maggie Daley Park, Declining Case Numbers – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] (NOTE: Daily press conferences from Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will be streamed live in the player above. Check back for updates.) Illinois numbers continue to be on a downward trend as the state saw its lowest daily death toll in more than two months. In …

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Here’s what to know June 15, 2020

[ad_1] It has been nearly four months since the state of Michigan began shutting down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that has swept the United States. The state’s stay-at-home order went into effect on March 23 and was lifted June 1. Michigan is now reopening in phases. Restaurants and …

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48 More Coronavirus Deaths in Mass., 208 New Cases – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts on Sunday reported 208 new cases of the novel coronavirus, including 48 fatalities. It brings the state’s death toll to 7,624 and the total number of people who’ve tested positive for the virus to 105,603, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The number of newly reported …

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COVID-19 survivor receives US$1.1M hospital bill

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — A 70-year-old American man who nearly died of COVID-19 has been billed a heart-stopping US$1.1 million for his hospital expenses, the Seattle Times reported Saturday. Michael Flor was admitted to a hospital in the northwestern city on March 4, and stayed for 62 days — at one …

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Government’s cure for the coronavirus recession is worse for the global economy than the disease

[ad_1] Public sector debt increases reflect higher healthcare spending, actions to alleviate the economic effects of the COVID-19 crisis, emergency loans and the loss of tax revenues. Households and businesses have also substantially increased borrowings to cover income shortfalls. If the recovery is slower than expected, then the rise in …

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38 More Coronavirus Deaths in Mass., 336 New Cases – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 38 coronavirus deaths and 336 new cases were reported in Massachusetts Saturday. It brings the state’s death toll to 7,576 and the total number of people who’ve tested positive for the virus to 105,395 according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. On Friday, the department’s daily report …

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