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Clark, Floyd counties see 125 new COVID-19 cases | Coronavirus

[ad_1] INDIANA — The Indiana Department of Health reported Wednesday a total of 125 new COVID-19 cases between Clark and Floyd counties, marking another day’s high that hasn’t been seen since the start of the year.  Of these, 77 cases were reported in Clark for a total of 14,170 since …

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Coronavirus variants increasing in North Dakota; active COVID-19 cases climb again | Health

[ad_1] Kirby Kruger, head of the North Dakota Health Department’s disease control division and forensic pathology section, speaks at a coronavirus pandemic news conference in March 2020. Mike McCleary New versions of the coronavirus including the fast-spreading delta variant are on the rise in North Dakota, as active cases of …

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Seven-day average of new coronavirus cases jumps 15.3% in one day; positive-test rate is above 3% for first time in nearly 3 months | News

[ad_1] Kentucky firmly joined the ranks of states with rising number of coronavirus cases Friday, as the seven-day average of daily new cases jumped more than 15 percent.   Also, the share of Kentuckians testing positive for the virus exceeded 3 percent for the first time in almost three months, …

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COVID-19 cases have increased within past week locally | Coronavirus

[ad_1] MURRAY — The number of new COVID-19 cases being reported in Calloway County has increased since last weekend. In a news release Friday, the Calloway County Health Department said it had confirmed 13 new cases of the coronavirus since last Saturday, July 3. This comes after most days in …

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Gallatin County COVID-19 case counts dip, vaccination rates stall | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Not much has changed in recent weeks in Gallatin County’s fight against COVID-19, as daily cases remain in the low single digits and vaccination rates stall. The 7-day rolling average of daily cases was 1.4 per 100,000 residents on July 1, down slightly from 1.9 the week before, according …

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COVID-19 case numbers in Walla Walla County climbing in unvaccinated residents | Coronavirus

[ad_1] As Washington Gov. Jay Inslee prepares to celebrate reopening the state from COVID-19 restrictions in a flag-raising ceremony on Thursday, July 1, Walla Walla County’s case rates have continued to climb from last week. Inslee is set to go on a “mini tour’ this week, which will include hoisting …

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Coronavirus variant claims first life in West Piedmont Health District | Local News

[ad_1] Death in Franklin The death reported Monday in the health district came on a day when there were no new cases but one new hospitalization. There were only five deaths statewide, but one of them was a resident of Franklin County, the 81st to die from COVID-19. This is …

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State to lift masking order Monday; COVID-19 infection rates drop | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Masks will no longer be required in many locations beginning Monday when the state’s universal masking order is lifted. Businesses, churches, schools and other facilities may continue to require masks, and the Federal Transportation Administration continues to require masks for public transportation venues. “We are continuing to make progress …

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New COVID-19 cases remain low in North Dakota, but so does vaccination rate | Health

[ad_1] Molly Howell, the North Dakota Department of Health’s immunization program manager Tom Stromme BLAKE NICHOLSON Bismarck Tribune North Dakota health officials continue to document few new cases of COVID-19, but the state’s vaccination rate remains low as a new coronavirus variant that’s gaining a foothold around the country emerges …

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New COVID-19 cases climb in Forsyth for second consecutive day | Local News

[ad_1] “We do not test every COVID-19 case to determine its genetic sequence or variant lineage,” Ohl said. “Based on regional surveillance data from the CDC, currently 6%-10% of COVID-19 cases would be expected to be a delta variant.” Priest has said the percentage of delta variant cases locally could …

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