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Chihuahua surpasses 4,000 coronavirus-related deaths

[ad_1] Juarez leads state in cases and fatalities; El Paso County across the border prepares changes to “stay home, work safe” order by: Julian Resendiz Posted: Dec 16, 2020 / 02:05 PM GMT-0600 / Updated: Dec 16, 2020 / 02:23 PM GMT-0600 Juarez General Hospital (file photo courtesy State of …

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US death toll surpasses 300K as COVID-19 hospitalizations surge nationwide

[ad_1] FILE – In this July 31, 2020, file photo, Romelia Navarro, 64, holds the hand of her dying husband, Antonio, as nurse Michele Younkin injects the patient with a solution in his final moments in a COVID-19 unit at St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, Calif. The U.S. death …

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Wyoming’s coronavirus death toll rises by 13, setting new single-day and monthly records | Wyoming News

[ad_1] Lab technician Rob Chrisensen prepares specimen samples for coronavirus testing at the Wyoming Public Health Laboratory in Cheyenne on Sept. 4. Any identifying patient information has been edited out of the photo. Cayla Nimmo, Star-Tribune Joshua Wolfson ,  Brandon Foster Wyoming’s ongoing COVID-19 surge continues to affect the state …

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Wyoming’s coronavirus death toll rises by 13, setting new single-day and monthly records | Wyoming News

[ad_1] What’s more, 178 patients are currently hospitalized with the coronavirus in Wyoming, a new high as well. Wyoming also set new records Tuesday for its 10-day average in new confirmed cases and active confirmed cases; however, those are hardly new trends. The state has set new records in both …

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Seven more coronavirus-related deaths reported in Wyoming | Wyoming News

[ad_1] State health officials had hoped to eliminate almost all coronavirus restrictions during the summer, but case increases prevented them from following through on that plan. While less restrictive than the initial health orders put in place in March, most of the amended health orders have been continually renewed, with …

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W. Va. Reports Another Weekly Record With 1,644 Coronavirus Cases Statewide – CBS Pittsburgh

[ad_1] CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — For the second straight week, West Virginia has set a record for the number of weekly statewide confirmed coronavirus cases as officials continue to urge widespread testing. The 1,644 positive cases reported from Oct. 12 through Sunday shattered the mark of 1,350 cases set in …

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With California deaths surging, what’s next?

[ad_1] The trendline seems alarming: Nearly every day brings more deaths than the last, in numbers California has never before seen during the pandemic. In a little more than a week, the state has set four coronavirus death records, hitting an all-time high — 193 deaths — on Wednesday. Experts …

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More Indiana Businesses Reopen During Coronavirus Pandemic – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] More businesses in portions of Indiana continued to progress through the state’s reopening plan that Gov. Eric Holcomb says is aimed at getting Hoosiers “back on track by July 4.” Holcomb unveiled the region-by-region reopening plan on May 1, with most areas entering stage 2 of the plan on …

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Pritzker Says It’s Likely Coronavirus Was in Illinois Long Before Outbreak Was Widely Reported – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Wednesday that he believes it’s possible people in Illinois were contracting and dying from the coronavirus well before the outbreak was widely documented or reported. Pritzker was asked in his daily briefing about new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the …

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New England Coronavirus Deaths Would Spike If Restrictions Were Lifted, Simulator Shows – NBC Boston

[ad_1] New England would see a spike in deaths from the novel coronavirus if social distancing measures currently in place were lifted, a new online modeling tool shows. According to the COVID-19 Simulator developed by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Georgia Tech, the total deaths from the coronavirus in …

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