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These 5 Numbers Illustrate the Rise of Coronavirus Case in Massachusetts – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Health experts are expressing concern about the rising number of coronavirus cases in Massachusetts as more towns and cities enter the state’s “red zone” of high-risk communities. On Thursday, health officials added nearly two dozen communities to the list of high-risk towns, impacting their ability to participate in Phase …

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Coronavirus Hit the U.S. Long Before We Knew

[ad_1] On March 4, California officially recorded its first day with 10 new Covid-19 infections. California daily new Covid-19 cases By Jan. 24, there was a greater than 50% chance 10 new people were being infected every day. Likelihood of single day with at least 10 locally transmitted infections In …

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Mass. Up to 77 Communities in Red – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ latest weekly community-level data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the updated town-by-town risk assessment map, shows 77 communities considered at the highest risk for transmitting COVID-19, an increase of 14 from last week. This week’s report from the Department of Public Health was revamped to include data on …

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Higher-risk locations for COVID-19 spread double in Indiana

[ad_1] INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The State Department of Health on Wednesday nearly doubled the number of counties designated as higher-risk locations for coronavirus spread. Forty of Indiana’s 92 counties were placed in orange or red levels under the agency’s color-coded weekly tracking map update, while 22 counties were at those …

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ICU Beds Stay In Triple Digits, Continue To Grow – CBS Baltimore

[ad_1] ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Maryland reports 492 new coronavirus cases while hospitalizations are flat Wednesday morning. There are now a total of 137,236 coronavirus cases in the state since the pandemic began. Eight more Marylanders have died from the virus, a total of 3,912. >>WJZ has a new news app! Download …

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UK trial plans to infect volunteers with the coronavirus in January

[ad_1] By Michael Le Page Human challenge trials could help test covid-19 vaccinesZoranm/Getty Images Researchers in the UK have announced plans to infect volunteers with the coronavirus, starting in January. The initial aim will be to establish the minimum infectious dose before testing potential vaccines. The study will be funded …

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Researcher: 1 in 30 eastern Idahoans actively spreading COVID-19 | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Modeling from the University of Idaho estimates about one in 30 eastern Idahoans have COVID-19 and are actively spreading the virus, a figure that displays the magnitude of the region’s mounting caseload. “With respect to the state, that’s about as bad as (it) gets,” Ben Ridenhour, a mathematics professor …

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Global tally of COVID-19 cases passes 40 million

[ad_1] The United States continued to lead the world in coronavirus cases, with more than 8.15 million confirmed infections and 219,000 deaths, Johns Hopkins reported. Meanwhile, India had confirmed more than 7.55 million cases and 114,610 deaths, while Brazil reported at least 5.22 million infections and 153,675 deaths, according to the university. …

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The long haul: Janesville Parker student still recovering from COVID-19 | Coronavirus

[ad_1] JANESVILLE Ava Pennycook took a drink of flavored water and realized it tasted like nothing at all while on her way to see a doctor for what she thought was mononucleosis. She had been fatigued, dizzy, nauseous and in pain for about six days. On July 25, Ava learned …

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San Francisco Restaurants Rebounding From Months Of COVID-19 Shutdowns – CBS San Francisco

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — There was a comfortable level of normalcy along San Francisco’s waterfront Saturday evening. It was a balmy night and diners were nestled inside restaurants and on patios enjoying the evening. They were socially distanced, had limited seating and staff members wore masks. But they …

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