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Coronavirus: Isolation period to be extended to 10 days

Copyright Getty Images The length of time people with coronavirus symptoms will need to be isolated because it is expected to increase to 10 days in the UK. Currently, those who have a persistent new cough, high fever or loss of taste or smell, should be isolated for seven days. But Health Secretary Matt Hancock is expected to announce Thursday …

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Dissemination of COVID-19 in the Pacific gym in San Diego gym cited for non-compliance with public health order – NBC 7 San Diego

A San Diego County official has confirmed that there is a COVID-19 blast associated with a well-known San Diego gym that was operating in violation of the county public health order last week. At least three people associated with the Gym in Pacific Beach have tested positive for the new coronavirus, a San Diego County spokesman said. The county will …

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Live updates: Coronavirus has killed more than 300 Oregonians

COVID-19 has taken eight more lives in Oregon, bringing the number of pandemic deaths in the state to 311, health officials announced Wednesday, a day after a record 14 deaths were recorded. The Oregon Health Authority also reported 304 new confirmed and suspected coronavirus cases Wednesday, bringing to 17,721 the total number diagnosed with the virus since the onset of …

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Reopening of primary schools during the pandemic

The safest way to open schools completely is to reduce or eliminate community broadcasting while repeating testing and supervision. Adults will need to maintain social distance from each other and engage in other measures to reduce transmission from adults to adults: for example, wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), closing school buildings to all non-staffed adults, and holding digital faculty meetings. …

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SLO County reports the death of the 12th person with COVID-19

The San Luis Obispo County is reporting that a 12th county resident who tested positive for COVID-19 has died. Health officials say the patient was in her 80s and lived at Vineyard Hills Health Center, where there was an outbreak of COVID-19 among residents and staff. The skilled nursing facility in Templeton has had a total of four residents and …

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Los Angeles reports record numbers of new coronavirus cases and deaths – Deadline

Los Angeles County Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer announced Wednesday that the region had registered 4,825 new coronavirus infections. This is a record number of new cases. The previous high was 4,592 on July 16th. However, Ferrer warned, “Over 2,000 of these cases are with inaccurate results in laboratory reporting.” With that in mind, the director said, “we’re really …

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Wisconsin coronavirus cases, percentage of positive tests again

MADISON, Wis. (WBAY) – The coronavirus continues to spread in Wisconsin as local governments and businesses are trying to slow it down with mask orders. The state reports 870 new cases, or nearly 6% (5.92%) of the 14,694 test scores it has received in the last 24-hour period. Fifty-six of the 72 Wisconsin counties reported new cases. Wisconsin now has …

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Athleta’s new sports face mask: you need to know

The latest releases in a sea of ​​face masks are built for stretching, suitable for sweating and designed to smile – these key features are all the highlights of the newest Made to Move mask from the Gap Athleta brand face, its second edition in the space of masks. As the coronavirus continues to spread, face masks are mandatory in …

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Weddings with more than 100 attendees linked to 5 confirmed coronavirus cases near Detroit

SOUTHGATE, MI – An indoor wedding reception is being linked to five confirmed COVID-19 cases near Detroit. According to the Associated Press, the wedding took place July 18 at the Crystal Garden Bank Hall in Southgate, approximately 18 miles west of Detroit. More than 100 people were attending the wedding, according to an ongoing investigation with the Wayne County Public …

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