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State reports only five new COVID-19 cases in the Valley; 98,301 vaccines administered statewide in 2 days | Coronavirus

[ad_1] The state Department of Health (DOH) reported 402 new COVID-19 infections on Sunday, the second consecutive day with fewer than 500 new cases. Of that total, there were only five new cases in the Valley, all in Northumberland County. There were five new COVID-19-related deaths statewide and no new …

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More than a third of Michigan counties report no new coronavirus cases or deaths heading into the weekend | Local-news

[ad_1] More a third of Michigan counties had no new cases or deaths from coronavirus in a marked improvement in the state’s daily numbers for more than 14 months. The state health department announced 446 new cases and 27 deaths Friday, and the numbers indicate 29 of the state’s 83 …

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County commissioners urge Brown to drop vaccination requirement | Coronavirus

[ad_1] The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners has called on Gov. Kate Brown to end a policy requiring businesses and churches to verify coronavirus vaccination status before allowing people to take off their masks. In a letter to the governor on Thursday, commissioners said the mandate places an unfair responsibility …

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COVID-19 Updates: State’s positivity rate stays well below 1% | News

[ad_1] (WFSB) — The Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact Connecticut and the entire country. Below is a breakdown of developments in the state as they happen: CT Vaccine Rollout: 16 and up now eligible to register Coronavirus Coverage: A guide to finding a COVID test, checking wait times For a …

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New coronavirus cases remain in the hundreds, new deaths announced are all from state records reviews | Local-news

[ad_1] New Michigan coronavirus cases numbered 510 Thursday with 57 deaths, but all the deaths announced by the state health department were from a state review of vital records. The state has had a total of 889,511 cases and 19,266 deaths from the virus since the start of the pandemic. …

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More than a quarter of Michigan counties have no new coronavirus cases or deaths | Local-news

[ad_1] More than a quarter of Michigan’s 83 counties had no new coronavirus cases or deaths in the latest numbers released by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The 23 counties are mostly in rural areas and, in a relative sense, cases counts still continue to be higher …

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8 coronavirus cases added in Crawford County — COVID-19 report, June 2 | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Crawford County added eight coronavirus cases Wednesday, officials said. Mask mandate The CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health have lifted the mask mandate for vaccinated people. Will you still wear a mask? You voted: Back The Department of Health’s latest data release brings the county’s total number of COVID-19 cases to 7,465 since …

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Coronavirus cases and deaths tumble over the three-day Memorial Day weekend | Local-news

[ad_1] New coronavirus cases fell to new lows over the three-day Memorial Day weekend in a sign that the pandemic may be waning after more than 14 months. The state health department announced 862 cases – an average of 287 per day – and 13 deaths over the three days, …

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15 coronavirus cases added in Crawford County — COVID report, June 1 | Coronavirus

[ad_1] Crawford County added 15 coronavirus cases Tuesday, officials said. Mask mandate The CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health have lifted the mask mandate for vaccinated people. Will you still wear a mask? You voted: Back The Department of Health’s latest data release brings the county’s total number of COVID-19 cases to 7,457 since …

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The unseen COVID-19 risk for unvaccinated people | Coronavirus

[ad_1] The country’s declining COVID-19 case rates present an unrealistically optimistic perspective for half of the nation — the half that is still not vaccinated. As more people receive vaccines, COVID-19 cases are occurring mostly in the increasingly narrow slice of the unprotected population. So The Washington Post adjusted its …

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