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Coronavirus response | Ask the Admin: Cases from congregate living places | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Q: What percentage of our community’s positivity rate (excluding University of Illinois data) and deaths comes from locations with congregate living, like long-term-care facilities, assisted living, jails, etc.? A: Most of the deaths have been in the elderly and many have been associated with congregate living. Most of the …

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Michigan coronavirus cases up to 201,569; Death toll now at 7,513

[ad_1] The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 201,569 as of Friday, including 7,513 deaths, state officials report. Friday’s update represents 3,763 new cases and 43 additional deaths. On Thursday, the state reported 197,806 total cases and 7,470 deaths. NOTE: The state of …

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More Than 10,000 New COVID-19 Cases, A New High – CBS Chicago

[ad_1] The state’s seven-day average case positivity rate now stands at 9.6%, up from 9.1% one day earlier, and the highest it’s been since late May, when it was 12%. Illinois also reported a new record for testing on Friday, with 98,401 new tests in the past 24 hours. However, …

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Coronavirus response | OSF addresses demand for rapid testing | Coronavirus

[ad_1] CHAMPAIGN — If you’re experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and want to know in a big hurry if you’re infected, there’s a new option available for rapid testing in Champaign and Vermilion counties. OSF HealthCare launched rapid testing at four of its Urgo urgent-care centers in Champaign-Urbana and Danville about …

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Union County schools have staff with COVID-19 | Coronavirus

[ad_1] LA GRANDE — Two staff members in the La Grande School District this week tested positive for COVID-19, superintendent George Mendoza reported. Union School District reported a case Thursday, and the Imbler School District on Oct. 30 took to its Facebook page to report a case. The Oregon Health …

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Coronavirus In Minnesota: Another Day Of Records Broken With 5,000+ New Cases, 36 Deaths – WCCO

[ad_1] MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Friday marked the fourth-straight day of Minnesota health officials reporting record daily COVID-19 cases, as another 5,454 new infections were added to the state’s tally. The state has also breached a grim record for daily COVID-19 deaths, with 36 reported in the last 24 hours. Over …

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El Paso County’s ZIP code data provides intriguing window on coronavirus spread | Colorado Springs News

[ad_1] If “ZIP code” is the home Jeopardy! game answer, what’s the question? You are correct if you said, “What is the most popular item on El Paso County’s COVID-19 dashboard?” Where coronavirus cases are happening around the county appear to be what people want to know more than anything, …

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With coronavirus cases going up in the country and numbers rising in Europe, are Europeans allowed to travel to the US?

[ad_1] At KPRC 2, we’re dedicated to keeping Houstonians informed. As part of our Ask 2 series, the newsroom will answer your questions about all things Houston. Question: With coronavirus cases going up in the country and numbers rising in Europe, are Europeans allowed to travel to the U.S.? Answer: …

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Sunday’s coronavirus updates: In Champaign County, 87 new cases, 7-day positivity rate holds at 0.5%; 2 Ford residents among 24 deaths reported by state; Urbana’s Rosati’s closes | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Graphic by Ben Zigterman Of 9,468 new tests, 87 came back positive Sunday in Champaign County, a rate of 0.9 percent. The county’s seven-day positivity rate remained 0.5 percent for the fourth straight day. The seven-day rate without University of Illinois testing factored in — the figure the state …

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Gov. Whitmer ‘hoping to avoid’ another lockdown after Saturday’s record coronavirus cases

[ad_1] DETROIT – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Saturday’s record-breaking coronavirus numbers is a call to action to avoid going backwards. Whitmer was interviewed ahead of Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3. As of last weekend nearly 1 million people had already voted in Michigan. On Sunday’s episode of Flashpoint medical …

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