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COVID Spread Reported in View from Prairie to Sanborn – KIWARadio.com

Sanborn, Iowa – An O’Brien County long-term care facility has recorded a COVID-19 outbreak. The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) and O’Brien County Public Health have identified 14 cases of COVID-19 at the Prairie View Campus in Sanborn. According to the IDPH, an outbreak occurs when three or more cases of COVID-19 are identified among the occupants of a …

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The original hot spots are destroyed by the parties as the virus makes a comeback

Photographer: Michael Nagle / Bloomberg Photographer: Michael Nagle / Bloomberg Bursting parties and rising cases prompted New Jersey to lower its crowds and New York to call for stricter enforcement or re-emergence of the coronavirus risk at the early US pandemic epicenter. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy lowered the home collection threshold by 75%, to 25 people, after a host …

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We are thinking of Covid-19 incorrectly. It ‘s not a’ wave ‘- it’ s a wild fire coronavirus outbreak

Wand you have no previous experience with a worldwide coronavirus pandemic, so when Sars-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, began to spread, public health experts relied on our experiences with influenza pandemics to inform predictions Theirs. These pandemics are often described in terms of “waves” and “valleys”. We have now seen enough to replace the ocean analogy with a better …

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Three Sumter County residents among the latest local COVID-19 victims

Three Sumter County residents are among the last six local COVID-19 victims. It is unclear in which communities those Sumter County residents lived, as specific information is not released by the Florida Department of Health. But the Marion County Department of Health identified the other three as Ocala and Belleview residents suffering from basic health conditions. The latest victims were …

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Health workers, especially minorities, are at high risk for COVID, even with PPE

At the height of the pandemic in the United States and the United Kingdom, front-line health care workers (HCWs) who had adequate personal protective equipment (PPE) were still more than three times more likely to develop COVID-19 infection than the general public wide – after calculating changes in test frequency, according to a study published late last week in Lancet …

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Face masks: Countries are tightening their rules. Soon you may have to wear one out

In recent days, masks have become mandatory in all public spaces – inside or outside – in Madrid, Greece, Portugal’s Madeira Islands and Hong Kong. These moves seem to contradict the long-held notion that Covid-19 is more dangerous inside. The British government, among other things, used its first steps outside the blockade to encourage people to meet outside; parks, beaches …

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