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Up North deer exposed to coronavirus; hunters need not worry, USDA says | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] News Photo by Justin A. Hinkley Deer frolic in the tall grass at Evergreen Cemetery in Alpena in 2020. ALPENA — Some Northeast Michigan deer have been exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19, a federal study indicates. Recently, 49 out of 74 deer …

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UPMC Co-Hosting Coronavirus Vaccination Clinics – CBS Pittsburgh

[ad_1] By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — UPMC is co-hosting multiple community COVID-19 vaccination clinics. There are four clinics this month in North Braddock, McKeesport, Homewood and East Liberty. Click here for more. UPMC says registration is preferred, but walk-in appointments are welcome. To register, click here or call …

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No Mask Mandate Planned As Coronavirus Cases Rise – CBS Pittsburgh

[ad_1] CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says there’s no plans for a mask mandate as the state sees an increasing number of coronavirus cases. The delta variant is now present in 29 counties, Justice told news outlets Monday during a briefing. The total number of active …

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Noozhawk’s COVID-19 Update 7.14.21 | Coronavirus Crisis

[ad_1] [Editor’s note: Noozhawk’s weekly COVID-19 email newsletter is delivered to subscribers on Wednesdays. You can sign up here. We are republishing the newsletters on the website so more readers have access to them.] Welcome to Noozhawk’s Weekly COVID-19 Briefing.  I’m Noozhawk staff writer Jade Martinez-Pogue. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to …

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73-Year-Old Fully Vaccinated Man From Beaver County Hospitalized After Contracting Delta Variant Of Coronavirus – CBS Pittsburgh

[ad_1] AMBRIDGE, Pa. (KDKA) — A 73-year-old man from Beaver County who is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus is in the hospital after contracting the Delta variant. Joe Pucci is the first known case in the region with the strain, and his family said he is lucky to be alive. …

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Noozhawk’s COVID-19 Update 6.30.21 | Coronavirus Crisis

[ad_1] [Editor’s note: Noozhawk’s weekly COVID-19 email newsletter is delivered to subscribers on Wednesdays. You can sign up here. We are republishing the newsletters on the website so more readers have access to them.] Welcome to Noozhawk’s Weekly COVID-19 Briefing.  I’m Noozhawk staff writer Jade Martinez-Pogue with the latest updates on local …

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Santa Barbara County Ends COVID-19 Health Order Violation Complaint System | Coronavirus Crisis

[ad_1] Santa Barbara County Public Health Department officials have ended their health order violations complaint system because most coronavirus-related restrictions have been lifted. “The County of Santa Barbara is committed to protecting the residents and visitors who enjoy our wonderful area,” according to the departments. “Efforts to ensure the continued …

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County Reports 3 COVID-19 Cases, No New Related Deaths | Coronavirus Crisis

[ad_1] Santa Barbara County Public Health officials on Wednesday reported three new COVID-19 cases and no additional related deaths. The county’s cumulative COVID-19 death toll remained at 455. There were 32 cases still considered to be infectious countywide on Wednesday, a drop of three cases from the day before. There …

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County Reports 2 COVID-19-Related Deaths, 7 New Coronavirus Cases | Coronavirus Crisis

[ad_1] Santa Barbara County Public Health officials reported two COVID-19-related deaths of local residents on Thursday, and seven new positive cases of the novel coronavirus.  The individuals who died lived in Goleta and Santa Maria, and no other information was immediately available. The county’s cumulative COVID-19 death toll rose to 455. …

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Cal/OSHA Board Votes to Change COVID-19-Related Workplace Rules | Coronavirus Crisis

[ad_1] The Cal/OSHA board met Thursday and adopted new pandemic-related workplace safety rules, which say employers may allow fully vaccinated employees to stop wearing masks at work, and stop requiring physical distancing for workers.  A statewide public health order that went into effect Tuesday had already ended requirements for fully vaccinated people to …

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