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Two Victorians in isolation test positive to coronavirus after returning from NSW

A roadside sign informs people to have a border permit to enter Victoria.

[ad_1] Victoria’s COVID-19 Commander Jeroen Weimar says two people who returned from NSW on red zone permits have since tested positive for COVID-19. Key points: A positive case from Sydney visited Victoria on July 8 and stayed overnight Two members of a Victorian family of four who returned from NSW and …

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MA COVID Risk Map Shows 2 Red Zone Towns – NBC Boston

[ad_1] There were once hundreds of Massachusetts communities at the highest risk of coronavirus transmission. Now there are just two. The town-by-town coronavirus data released Thursday showed two communities in the high-risk red zone, down from six last week. The figure has declined for weeks; the most communities in the …

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New coronavirus cases below 1,300, trend downward for second day on Saturday | Coronavirus

[ad_1] New coronavirus cases continued to trend downward in Michigan for the second day in a row on Saturday, when under 1,300 cases were reported, according to the state’s website. There were 1,289 new cases of coronavirus and 107 new deaths reported, putting the state at 874,624 cases and 18,607 deaths …

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MA COVID Risk Map Shows 6 Red Zone Towns – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The number of Massachusetts communities at the highest risk of coronavirus transmission is in the single digits after dropping by more than half since last week. The town-by-town coronavirus data released Thursday showed six communities in the high-risk red zone, down from 13 last week. The figure has declined …

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COVID-19 interactive map, case data, helpful links in Maryland

[ad_1] JENNIFER: THE FDA COULD AUTHORIZE VACCINATION OF CHILDREN BETWEEN THE AGES OF 12 AND 15 THIS WEEK. IF THAT HAPPENS, PARENTS WILL HAVE THINGS THEY’LL WANT TO KNOW BEFORE MAKING THE DECISION. JOINING US THIS MORNING WITH MORE IS MERCY MEDICAL CENTER PEDIATRICIAN DR. ASHANTI WOODS. THANKS FOR JOINING …

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Tracking COVID-19 curve of cases, deaths

[ad_1] We’re tracking the curve of coronavirus cases and coronavirus-related deaths that have occurred in Iowa. What’s New: Week of Dec. 7, 2020More than 14.7 million Americans have been infected and at least 282,000 have died, according to Johns Hopkins University.After the first cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the …

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Mass. Gov. Baker to Provide Coronavirus Update – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker was set to provide an update on the state’s coronavirus response, Tuesday, as the administration attempts to get students back in schools while slowing the spread of the coronavirus. Baker was set to hold a press conference at 2:30 p.m. The scheduled remarks come after …

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The Changes to Massachusetts’ Town-by-Town Coronavirus Data, Explained – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts last week rolled out changes to its color-coded coronavirus risk data, a move that shifted many communities out of the state’s highest-risk “red zone.” The changes led to a steep drop in the number of municipalities designated as “red,” from 121 to 16. Designation in the red category …

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Oct. 23 coronavirus update: Bremer Co. adds outbreak at Tripoli care center | Local News

[ad_1] Butler County People currently infected: 34 (+2) Average cases per day: 3.4 (-0.1) Hospitalized: 1 (no change) Average deaths per day: 0 (no change) Fatality rate: 0.6% (no change) Total population currently infected: 0.2% (no change) Total population ever infected: 2.5% (no change) Positive testing rate in past 14 days: 6.0% (-0.2%) Iowa school districts may request …

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These 5 Numbers Illustrate the Rise of Coronavirus Case in Massachusetts – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Health experts are expressing concern about the rising number of coronavirus cases in Massachusetts as more towns and cities enter the state’s “red zone” of high-risk communities. On Thursday, health officials added nearly two dozen communities to the list of high-risk towns, impacting their ability to participate in Phase …

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