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Four new coronavirus cases in the Valley; 336 more reported in Pa. | News

[ad_1] The state department of health today reported 336 new cases of COVID-19, including four new cases in the Valley. Two more cases each were confirmed in Northumberland and Union counties. Montour and Snyder counties recorded no new cases. Northumberland County’s death total increased by one and is now four. …

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Could coronavirus hot spots be predicted? Researchers think fevers could be the key | Live Well Nebraska

[ad_1] Meteorologists have lots of tools — weather balloons, Doppler radar, satellite data — to help them forecast the weather. Public health officials, on the other hand, often find themselves looking in the rearview mirror, trying to track disease outbreaks after they already have begun. That includes spotting potential new …

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Coronavirus cases, hospitalizations spiking in San Antonio

[ad_1] SAN ANTONIO – As San Antonio begins to reopen, experts always expected a rise in COVID-19 cases, but a few of the city’s progress indicators are a cause for concern. In the last three days, a total of 507 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in San Antonio. The …

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The 50 Massachusetts Cities and Towns With the Highest Rates – NBC Boston

[ad_1] For the ninth straight week, the state Department of Public Health released a breakdown of the total number of coronavirus cases in each Massachusetts city and town. Health officials also released data showing which communities had the highest rate of positive COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people from Jan. 1 …

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One new COVID-19 case reported in Crawford County | Coronavirus

[ad_1] The state Department of Health announced one new COVID-19 case in Crawford County, which was among the 493 additional cases the agency announced on Tuesday. State health officials confirmed another 61 deaths related to the novel coronavirus, pushing the statewide total to 6,014. According to the report, 4,117 of …

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Many challenged limits of shelter-in-place orders

[ad_1] By Jerimiah Oetting, Correspondent Bay Area residents went into a self-imposed lockdown about two weeks before being ordered to stay home, then started venturing out from their homes just days after “shelter-in-place” mandates went into effect, according to a Bay Area News Group analysis of cellphone data from Apple and …

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What to know June 8, 2020

[ad_1] Michigan restaurants can reopen today Today, restaurants statewide in Michigan can begin to reopen with limited capacity. Groups will have to remain at least six feet apart and servers must wear masks. Restaurants can fill to 50% capacity. Of course, this does not mean every restaurant will be ready …

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Harris County coronavirus count: County sees jump in new cases, hospitalizations

A total of 2,203 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Harris County the week of May 31-June 6, coming close to totals confirmed in early April when cases previously spiked. (Community Impact staff)

[ad_1] A total of 2,203 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Harris County the week of May 31-June 6, coming close to totals confirmed in early April when cases previously spiked. (Community Impact staff) A total of 2,203 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Harris County the week of May …

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Nevada COVID-19 cases: 9,460 positive, with 437 deaths statewide | Coronavirus

[ad_1] UPDATE (June 6): On Saturday afternoon, state health officials reported 9,460 total cases of the novel coronavirus and 437 deaths, an increase of four from the previous day. In Clark County, Southern Nevada Health Officials reported 7,331 total cases and 358 deaths. There have been 1,633 total hospitalizations from COVID-19. …

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These Are the 50 Massachusetts Cities and Towns With the Highest Rates – NBC Boston

[ad_1] For the eighth straight week, the state Department of Public Health released a breakdown of the total number of coronavirus cases in each Massachusetts city and town. Health officials also released data showing which communities had the highest rate of positive COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people from Jan. 1 …

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