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Positive COVID-19 cases | Coronavirus

[ad_1] BEEKMANTOWN – A Beekmantown High School employee and a Meadowbrook Healthcare worker have tested positive for COVID-19. Officials at both places have notified their communities and the public. BEEKMANTOWN A message on Beekmantown Central School District’s ParentSquare Saturday said the employee notified the district at about 11 a.m. Saturday …

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Coronavirus Updates: Positivity rate decreases to 6.63% | News

[ad_1] Coronavirus continues to impact the entire country, including Connecticut. Below is a breakdown of developments as they happen: As of Thursday, Gov. Ned Lamont said the state’s positivity rate was at 6.63 percent. There are 1,214 people hospitalized, and 142,979 positive cases have been reported since the beginning of …

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Outbreak at Care Center adds to virus total | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Crawford County saw an increase of 160 COVID-19 cases over the weekend including a reported outbreak at the Crawford County Care Center, the county-owned nursing home in Saegertown. On Saturday, the Care Center reported nine positive coronavirus cases among residents and staff — and the potential for six additional cases. Eight …

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Hogan: Maryland loses ‘youngest victim’ to COVID-19 | Coronavirus

[ad_1] ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan’s voice quivered and he struggled to deliver sad news that Maryland has lost its youngest victim, a 1-year-old boy, to COVID-19. As of Tuesday morning, Maryland surpassed 201,135 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including an additional 2,765 cases, 30 deaths and 56 hospitalizations from the …

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62 new COVID-19 cases in Valley; 2 deaths statewide | Coronavirus

[ad_1] There are 62 new COVID-19 cases in the Valley today, the majority of which are coming from long-term care facilities in Northumberland and Snyder counties and federal prisons in Union County. Statewide, there are another 806 cases of the novel coronavirus, the fifth day in a row with at …

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Omaha’s Flatiron Cafe closes permanently, felled by the coronavirus | Omaha Dines

[ad_1] The Flatiron Cafe in downtown Omaha has closed for good. Owner Kathleen Jamrozy said she told her staff Thursday that the restaurant wouldn’t return after the coronavirus pandemic. It was in the historic triangular Flatiron Building near 17th Street and St. Marys Avenue for 24 years. Jamrozy and the …

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Watch here: Gov. Pete Ricketts provides updates on coronavirus in Nebraska | State & Regional

[ad_1] Gov. Pete Ricketts will provide updates on Nebraska’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic at his 2 p.m. briefing.  The briefing comes amid news on unemployment in Nebraska, which hit 8.3% in April — the highest rate on record for the state — as the efforts to contain the deadly coronavirus …

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Sixth Omaha police officer tests positive for coronavirus; four work in same unit | Local

[ad_1] Another Omaha police officer has tested positive for COVID-19. It’s the sixth confirmed case in the state’s largest law enforcement agency. Early this week, four officers tested positive for the disease, said Lt. Sherie Thomas, a department spokeswoman. All four work in the same unit, prompting officials to conduct contact …

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Worker at Bornstein Seafoods tests positive for the coronavirus | Coronavirus

[ad_1] A worker at Bornstein Seafoods in Astoria is the seventh reported case of the coronavirus in Clatsop County. Andrew Bornstein, a co-owner and vice president of the seafood processor, said an employee called the company Friday to let them know he had tested positive for the virus. A worker at …

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UPDATE: Virginia Department of Health reports 14th positive test for coronavirus in Henry County | Local News

[ad_1] There are now three new positive cases in Henry County that have been revealed by the Virginia Department of Health. The data reports released each morning by VDH showed on Sunday that a third person had joined the two revealed on Saturday to have tested positive for the coronavirus, …

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