Tag Archives: hospitalization

Worksites a trouble spot for coronavirus spread | Local

[ad_1] Warren County reported 23 new cases of coronavirus Wednesday. Tracers have not been able to determine where most people caught the virus, but suspect worksites. Warren County reported 23 new cases of coronavirus Wednesday, and tracers suspect many people got infected at work. Of the 23 cases, 14 cases …

Read More »

Coronavirus-related hospitalizations rise slightly in North Dakota, 5 deaths reported | Health

[ad_1] North Dakota’s Department of Health on Monday reported 201 new cases of COVID-19 and a slight increase in coronavirus-related hospitalizations, along with five more deaths. The data was from a relatively low 3,603 tests handled Sunday. Testing often drops over the weekend. The positivity rate as calculated by the …

Read More »

Coronavirus Updates: Positivity rate decreases to 6.63% | News

[ad_1] Coronavirus continues to impact the entire country, including Connecticut. Below is a breakdown of developments as they happen: As of Thursday, Gov. Ned Lamont said the state’s positivity rate was at 6.63 percent. There are 1,214 people hospitalized, and 142,979 positive cases have been reported since the beginning of …

Read More »

Hogan: Maryland loses ‘youngest victim’ to COVID-19 | Coronavirus

[ad_1] ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan’s voice quivered and he struggled to deliver sad news that Maryland has lost its youngest victim, a 1-year-old boy, to COVID-19. As of Tuesday morning, Maryland surpassed 201,135 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including an additional 2,765 cases, 30 deaths and 56 hospitalizations from the …

Read More »

Missouri teachers union latest to urge coronavirus action | News Headlines

[ad_1] O’FALLON, Mo. (AP) — The union representing St. Louis teachers is calling for a statewide mask mandate, a proposal that also has the backing of Missouri’s two largest teacher organizations. The interim president of the American Federation of Teachers St. Louis Local 420, Ray Cummings, said in a statement …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Gallatin County tops 300 COVID-19 cases in single day | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Gallatin County hit yet another daily record for coronavirus cases over the weekend. On Sunday, the health department reported 349 new cases, marking the first time the county has exceeded 300 cases in a single day. The health department tallied 79 cases on Monday, which was well below the …

Read More »

Hospitals back on the brink of COVID-19 disaster as Midwest numbers spike | Local News

[ad_1] Medical staff attending to patients stricken with COVID-19 don protective equipment in a unit dedicated to treatment of the coronavirus at UW Health in Madison, Wis.  JOHN HART, STATE JOURNAL LEE ENTERPRISES Midwest reporting This is the first in a series of special reports by the Lee Enterprises Midwest reporting …

Read More »

Coronavirus Latest: New hospitalization records in St. Louis | News Headlines

[ad_1] ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — Here are the latest COVID-19 updates for the St. Louis area. Saturday, Nov. 14 2 p.m. The St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force on Saturday said the region reached a new record high with the seven-day average of new COVID-19 hospital admissions and total hospitalizations. …

Read More »

Coronavirus Latest: Missouri breaks hospitalization, daily case record | News Headlines

[ad_1] ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — Here are the latest COVID-19 updates for the St. Louis area. Saturday, Nov. 14 12:00 p.m. Missouri health officials reported on Saturday the state’s biggest one-day increase in COVID-19 cases amid record hospitalizations across the state. Missouri now has 235,722 positive cases, an increase of …

Read More »