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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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Multiple Kids Sickened by Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome – NBC Boston

[ad_1] What to Know Pediatric multi-system inflammatory system is now being seen across the country and is striking newborns and teenagers alike Up to 5 children have already died and 93 have been diagnosed with the condition in New York The condition occurs six weeks after a child is exposed …

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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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Coronavirus Updates: U.S. Cases Top 1.1 Million

[ad_1] Nearly 65,000 people have died in the U.S. The governor of New Mexico locked down one city that has become a hotspot. Boris Johnson named his son after doctors who treated him for COVID-19. Cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. have topped 1.1 million and deaths were nearing 65,000 …

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Walsh Extends Boston’s Coronavirus Curfew, Urges Masks for Runners, Bikers – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Boston’s coronavirus-related curfew is being extended through May 18, along with the city’s public health emergency, Mayor Marty Walsh said at a briefing on the city’s response to the virus Wednesday afternoon. The curfew was implemented April 5. Formally only an advisory, it urges residents to stay home from …

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Says City Will Not Reopen on May 4 – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said Monday that Boston will not reopen on May 4, when the state’s non-essential business closures and stay-at-home advisory are currently set to expire. “There is no question that May 4 is too early,” he said. “I can tell you right now Boston will not …

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Heat Wave Prompts Relaxing of Coronavirus Pool Usage Restrictions in Riverside County – NBC Los Angeles

[ad_1] The year’s first heat wave continues to bear down on the Inland Empire Saturday, raising concerns about those confined indoors without air conditioning due to the coronavirus lockdown. Riverside County health officials eased pool usage guidelines on Friday for those seeking relief, allowing swimmers to enjoy private pools, like …

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Most Illinois Communities Fall Short on Daily Coronavirus Testing – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] It’s the key to everything about this pandemic:  testing, testing, testing. Most everyone agrees we’re not doing enough, yet it’s widely considered to be the benchmark by which we can eventually reopen America. NBC 5 Investigates has analyzed numbers published by the Illinois Department of Public Health, showing how …

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More People Likely Had Coronavirus but Never Got Sick – NBC 7 San Diego

[ad_1] It’s very likely far more people contracted the coronavirus than current statistics state, according to the Centers for Disease Control and a new Stanford study. Stanford’s study suggested the numbers of infected in Santa Clara County, California, are likely 50 times more than reported. “We all know there’s more …

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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to Provide COVID-19 Update – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is scheduled to give an update on the coronavirus outbreak on Monday afternoon. He is scheduled to speak at 1:30 p.m. from City Hall. Mondoay would have been Boston Marathon Monday, but the race was postponed until Sept. 14 due to the coronavirus outbreak. Walsh …

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