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Mass. Coronavirus Death Toll Rises by 78 as 664 More Cases Are Confirmed – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The new coronavirus has claimed another 78 lives in Massachusetts, health officials said Sunday, as the death toll rose to 6,846. Another 664 people have tested positive for the disease caused by the virus, COVID-19, bringing the total to 96,965, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The …

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Mass. Coronavirus Death Toll Rises by 50 as 789 More Cases Are Confirmed – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The new coronavirus has claimed another 50 lives in Massachusetts, health officials said Saturday, as the death toll rose to 6,768. Another 789 people have tested positive for the disease caused by the virus, COVID-19, bringing the total to 96,301, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The …

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Phase 3 Begins, Chicago to Open Streets for Pedestrians – 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.) Most of Illinois entered phase three of the state’s reopening plan Friday, sparking the reopening of many businesses with capacity limitations and social distancing. …

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Phase 3 Preparations, ‘Recovery Rate’ Data Released – 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.) In one day, Illinois will enter its next phase of reopening, bringing back gyms, salons, daycare centers and more. Health officials remain cautiously optimistic …

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Reopening Guidelines Released, State Passes Bill Allowing Carryout Cocktails – 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.) There was plenty of drama over the weekend in Springfield as lawmakers negotiated a new state budget, but the bill was finally passed early …

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Coronavirus update: Georgia eclipses 38,000 COVID-19 cases | Local

[ad_1] The number of COVID-19 novel coronavirus-related cases in Georgia has eclipsed the 38,000 mark, according to numbers released today by the Georgia Department of Public Health. State health officials released data at 1 p.m. Monday that shows there have been 38,081 cases reported. The death toll from COVID-19 in …

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Mass. Tops 80,000 Coronavirus Cases, Reports 174 New Deaths – NBC Boston

[ad_1] More than 80,000 people in Massachusetts have now been infected with the novel coronavirus, health officials said Wednesday, reporting another 174 deaths. The total number of confirmed cases now stands at 80,497, after rising by 1,165 Wednesday, and the death toll is at 5,315, according to the Massachusetts Department …

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Mass. Reports Just 33 New Coronavirus Deaths, Due in Part to a Reporting Issue – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Just 33 new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Massachusetts Tuesday, the lowest number since the surge though one caused in part by a reporting issue, health officials said. Additionally, 870 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus were reported Tuesday, bringing the total to 79,332. The death toll stands at …

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Why Experts Say It’s a Good Thing Illinois’ Peak in Coronavirus Cases Has Shifted Later – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Monday that modeling shows Illinois likely won’t hit its peak of coronavirus cases until potentially mid-June, later than initially expected – a delay that experts have said is a good sign. The later peak means that efforts to mitigate the spread of the deadly virus …

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Deaths Surpass 5,000 – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The number of people who have died of the coronavirus in Massachusetts officially passed 5,000 on Monday. Another 129 people have died, bringing the total to 5,108. Officials also reported another 669 cases to give the state a total of 78,462. Download our free mobile app for iOS or …

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