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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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Gov. Charlie Baker to Provide Update on COVID-19 Cases – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is scheduled to provide an update on the state’s coronavirus outbreak on Monday afternoon. Baker is scheduled to speak at 1 p.m. from the State House. Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders are also expected to attend. Download our …

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139 New Deaths as 1,050 More People Test Positive – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts on Sunday reported 1,050 new cases of the novel coronavirus, including 139 fatal cases. The death toll now stands at 4,979 while Massachusetts has had 77,793 people test positive, according to the Department of Public Health’s daily report on the coronavirus. It was the fourth consecutive day the …

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Another 138 Deaths as 1,410 More People Test Positive – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 138 people with COVID-19 have died and 1,410 have tested positive in Massachusetts, health officials said Saturday. The death toll now stands at 4,840, while Massachusetts has had 76,743 people test positive, according to the Department of Public Health’s daily report on the new coronavirus. The 138 new …

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Douglas County reports 147 new coronavirus cases, 1 death; 403 new cases reported statewide | Live Well Nebraska

[ad_1] Douglas County reported its highest number of daily coronavirus cases yet Saturday as the virus claimed another victim, a man in his 60s. It’s the 18th death officially attributed to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, in Douglas County. The man had no known underlying health conditions, …

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Massachusetts’ Coronavirus Death Toll Rises by 208, Case Count by 1,754 – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 208 coronavirus deaths were reported in Massachusetts Wednesday, while 1,754 more people tested positive for the virus. The figures from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health put the death toll at 4,420 people, while a total of 72,025 have now tested positive for the virus. Both statistics have …

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Signs of Hope in Massachusetts’ Virus Battle? Today’s Coronavirus Primer for New England – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Here’s a look at the latest news around New England related to the coronavirus pandemic: MASSACHUSETTS An emergency order requiring face coverings in public took effect in Massachusetts Wednesday as the state battles to control the coronavirus outbreak. The order, signed by Gov. Charlie Baker, applies to everyone over …

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122 More Coronavirus Deaths in Massachusetts, 1,184 More Test Positive – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ coronavirus death toll rose by another 122, health officials said Tuesday, while another 1,184 people have tested positive for the virus. Both are higher what the Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported Monday, when the single-day deaths reported were under 100 for the first time in weeks, but …

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Gov. Charlie Baker to Provide Update as Reopening Talks Continue – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is scheduled to provide an update on the state’s coronavirus response on Tuesday, one day before his new face mask requirements take effect. Baker is scheduled to speak at 1:30 p.m. from Merrow Manufacturing in Fall River, which has converted its facility to produce personal …

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Possible New Treatment, Future of Restaurants, Transit – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] (NOTE: Daily press conferences from Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will be streamed live in the player above. Check back for updates.) What will Illinois look like as it begins reopening? Restaurants and transit agencies currently battling a shortage of customers are preparing for a new …

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