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The first dog to test positive for coronavirus in the US dies: report

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The first dog to test positive for coronavirus in the United States has died, National Geographic magazine reported, after struggling with symptoms that may be familiar to many of those infected with the virus. Seven-year-old German shepherd Buddy fell ill in April, about the same time his owner Robert Mahoney was recovering from COVID-19, according to the …

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Anticipating ‘huge increase’, SF opens site for free hospital beds for COVID-19 patients

Anticipating a “huge increase” in critical coronavirus cases in the coming weeks, San Francisco officials said Thursday they would relocate non-COVID-19 patients to a new Presidio hospital facility if hospital beds needed to be cleaned. for patients with viruses. The temporary medical center will be set up in a pair of warehouses behind the Fine Arts Palace on Avenue Gorgas, …

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Investigation underway after the death of two Foods Mission employees who tested positive for COVID-19

KOMERA, Caliph. (KABC) – An investigation is underway after the deaths of two Mission Foods employees, one of three Los Angeles County food processing facilities ordered to be temporarily closed following the COVID-19 blasts. Alisha Alvarez had identified one of the workers who died as her 67-year-old father, Jose Alvarez. He was one of more than 40 workers who tested …

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Coronavirus Tears Through USC Students, Faculty – Deadline

A coronavirus outbreak has hit the USC fraternity, where about 40 people tested positive for COVID-19, said USC Student Health chief Dr. Sarah Van Orman, for the Los Angeles Times. “A considerable number of the issues were related to four fraternity homes,” Van Orman said. However the explosion does not stop here. In total, about 150 Trojan students and staff …

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2 COVID-19 deaths being investigated at the Food Trade facility that was closed along with 2 others for not reporting virus outbreaks: Health Officer

The LA County Department of Health is investigating reports of two COVID-19 deaths at a Commerce food processing facility, one of three counties that have been allowed to reopen after closing earlier this week for reporting failure. of coronavirus outbreaks, officials said Thursday. Deaths were reported to Mission Foods Corp., which has had 49 employees tested positive for the virus, …

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The USC fraternal line endures the COVID-19 outbreak, infecting 40

A coronavirus outbreak has spread throughout the University of Southern California fraternity, school officials said Thursday. At least 40 people living on a street where some of the school phrases are based have tested positive for COVID-19, chief student student Sarah Van Orman told the Los Angeles Times. “A considerable number of the issues were related to four fraternity homes,” …

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Two additional SLO County patients die from COVID-19 Thursday; The death toll across the country stands at 14

San Luis Obispo County health officials announced Thursday two more county residents died due to COVID-19, bringing the number of deaths nationwide to 14. Health officials said both individuals were vulnerable to serious COVID-19 complications because they were in their 80’s, had basic health conditions, and were living in a living facility in the congregation that was experiencing an outbreak. …

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Alder Bay deaths related to Meth Trader, who refused to be isolated, says a Humboldt County Public Health nurse; She also says locals are increasingly uncooperative

Signs at a protest in front of Humboldt District Court in early May argued against the implementation of government orders and expressed hostility towards the head of the Department of Public Health. [Crop of a photo by Mark McKenna] . The strain of COVID-19 infection that eventually killed four Alder Bay Assisted Living residents reportedly began with a methamphetamine dealer …

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