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Coronavirus: ER doctor says trend just beginning for Orange County as hospitalizations spike – KABC-TV

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. (KABC) -- Orange County has seen a 9.4% increase in hospitalizations over the last 3 days. It's been a trend for the last couple of weeks."For Orange County specifically, I would say we're in the top of the 2nd inning. I mean, this is just the beginning. We've heard about it all…

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‘The curve is no longer flat:’ What are SWFL leaders planning to do to help stop the surge of coronavirus cases? – Wink News

‘The curve is no longer flat:’ What are SWFL leaders planning to do to help stop the surge of coronavirus cases? – Wink News wbug 70x55

LEE COUNTY Nearly 900 of you commented on our story Thursday asking why Fort Myers and Lee County have not discussed more serious measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. It’s a topic many of you want to debate, so why aren’t our leaders? WINK News Reporter Morgan Rynor reached out to all 14 people…

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Prepare for the Never-Ending Coronavirus Plateau

Illustration: Jim CookeEarlier this week, the U.S. reached another sad milestone in the covid-19 pandemic, with the country now reporting over 2 million confirmed cases of the viral disease, along with at least 115,000 deaths.As the summer gets into full swing and much of the country lifts its restrictions on distancing, though, it’s important to…

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Turns out I wasn’t dying of covid-19 after all. I was using my pulse oximeter the wrong way. – The Washington Post

This spring, our daughter insisted that my husband and I, both in our 60s, get the latest weapon in the fight against the novel coronavirus: the pulse oximeter, a device that can measure the level of oxygen in the blood. Recent reports have shown that a lower-than-healthy level of oxygen saturation in the blood can…

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Event In Tuolumne County Linked To New Coronavirus Case – MyMotherLode.com

Tuolumne County Public Health Sonora, CA – A Tuolumne County event has been linked to a new case of coronavirus. While the infected person is a non-resident, public health officials warn the department is “approaching the threshold for local testing capacity” with the spike in cases over the past two weeks, as reported here. Public…

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Hard-hit Maricopa County isn’t following CDC guidelines for COVID-19 contact tracing – AZCentral

Hard-hit Maricopa County isn’t following CDC guidelines for COVID-19 contact tracing – AZCentral icon close 5

The new coronavirus in Arizona Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey puts a face covering back on after speaking about the latest coronavirus data at a news conference on June 25, 2020, in Phoenix. Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press The new coronavirus in Arizona Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey uses hand sanitizer as he wears a face covering prior…

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Coronavirus: Biden and Trump face off over China

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The US election is likely to be overshadowed by the coronavirus As the US grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, President Donald Trump and and his likely election rival, Joe Biden, have been locking horns over the handling of the crisis.They've traded accusations about access to China for US health…

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Texas man with coronavirus infects 17 relatives at surprise birthday party – Fox News

A family in North Texas was in for more than one surprise when they discovered a nephew had unknowingly infected 17 of them with the new coronavirus at a recent birthday party.The man, who later tested positive for COVID-19, interacted with seven others at a May 30 gathering before those family members interacted with 10…

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Coronavirus: Biden and Trump face off over China

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The US election is likely to be overshadowed by the coronavirus As the US grapples with the coronavirus outbreak, President Donald Trump and and his likely election rival, Joe Biden, have been locking horns over the handling of the crisis.They've traded accusations about access to China for US health…

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Coronavirus: Marin County health officials issue warnings after outbreak at waste company – San Francisco Chronicle

Health officials in Marin County urged employers and residents on Monday to continue taking precautionary measures against the coronavirus after 43 employees at a waste management company tested positive. The Marin Sanitary Service employees who tested positive, most of whom were asymptomatic, were among 288 tested after the county’s contact tracing investigators started communicating with…

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