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Ypsilanti fraternal organization listed as potential coronavirus exposure site

[ad_1] YPSILANTI, Mich. – The Washtenaw County Health Department has listed a local fraternal organization as a potential coronavirus exposure site after a number of individuals who attended recent events tested positive for the virus. Several events at the Ypsilanti Fraternal Order of Eagles #2250 have been associated with at …

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Wisconsin shatters records for COVID-19 deaths, hospitalizations

[ad_1] MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – Wisconsin set new records for COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations Tuesday and was back over 7,000 new coronavirus cases after receiving a record number of tests. The Department of Health Services reported 92 deaths added to the death toll. The previous record was 66 exactly one …

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Kansas reports another record 7-day spike in COVID-19 cases | Coronavirus

[ad_1] TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Kansas on Monday reported another seven-day record for new coronavirus cases. The state Department of Health and Environment added 7,234 confirmed and probable cases since Friday to the state’s total for the pandemic, increasing it 6.3% to 122,741. The department also reported another 10 COVID-19-related …

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New coronavirus cases below 5,000 for first time in a week

[ad_1] MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – Wisconsin reported the fewest new coronavirus cases in a week Monday, with new cases below 5,000. The latest figures from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services on Monday show 4,389 of the 12,298 tests were positive, for a positivity rate of 35.69% — a rate …

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Another record coronavirus total in Vermont

[ad_1] BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – Another record coronavirus total in Vermont. Another 122 people tested positive on Sunday, bringing Vermont’s total since the pandemic began to 3008. That is the highest single-day total yet and the third new record in less than a week. The total has now topped the …

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Coronavirus (MN): MDH Urges Adherence To Safety Guidelines After 3rd Straight Day Of 7K+ COVID Cases – WCCO

[ad_1] MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota health officials are reporting the third straight day of daily COVID-19 cases over 7,000. Meanwhile, the state’s death toll is nearing 3,000. It’s an alarming stage of the pandemic that is prompting health officials to urge adherence to safety restrictions set in place. On Monday, …

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Coronavirus MN Update: MDH Reports 3rd Straight Day Of 7,000+ COVID Cases – WCCO

[ad_1] MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota health officials are reporting the third straight day of daily COVID-19 cases over 7,000. Meanwhile, the state’s death toll is nearing 3,000. On Monday, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) released its latest COVID-19 statistics, reporting 7,444 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the state’s total cases …

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As New Cases Surge; 2nd Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Early Success – CBS San Francisco

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — As new cases of COVID soar in the San Francisco Bay Area and local business wrestle with renewed restriction, there was a word of some hope on the vaccine front Monday. Pharmaceutical giant Moderna announced its shots provide strong protection, a dash of hope …

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City Sees Significant Drop in Traffic Volumes, Crashes During Coronavirus Pandemic

Coronavirus Travel and Crash Trends Data Chart

[ad_1] The coronavirus pandemic has changed life in many ways, from how we spend time with friends and family to how we work. As the below findings show, it has also impacted travel patterns in our community. The city has seen a significant drop in both traffic volumes and crashes …

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Death rate dips slightly again, state confirms another 6,000+ cases of coronavirus Sunday

[ad_1] MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – Wisconsin health officials say more than 6,000 people have tested positive for the coronavirus within the past 24 hours. The 6,058 new coronavirus cases reported Sunday brings the state to a cumulative total of 312,369 cases. The state received a total 17,977 test results Sunday, …

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