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California has seen more than 600,000 cases of coronavirus

California became the first state to overcome 600,000 cases of coronavirus, a NBC News data report released Thursday. Florida recorded 557,137 cases, and Texas, 527,715. Let our news fill your inbox. The news and stories that matter, held the morning of the day. COVID-19 continues to spread in the US, which had the highest number of coronavirus deaths in two …

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Thoughts of suicides rising during the pandemic, the CDC study reveals

America’s mental health is in a bad place, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of Americans thinking about suicide is rising, and many more are showing signs of mental disorders, a CDC study found. Nearly 41% of the 5,412 people who responded to the CDC study at the end of June reported “at least one …

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Worst public health crisis ahead if COVID-19 is withdrawn, warns CDC

If the coronavirus continues to rage, the US could experience the worst public health crisis in modern history, warned the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Robert Redfield, saying coronavirus mix with annual flu season could lead to a public health crisis He advised people not only to “wear a mask, social distance, wash their hands and …

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These 5 states have the highest COVID death rates in the country

Week by week, we are seeing a new group of states dealing with an increase in coronavirus cases. Across the country, officials have created different ways to manage the outbreak, and as a result, the rise and fall of day-to-day issues is unique from region to region. But the COVID death rate is a different story. The states that have …

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CONFLICT REPORTS: Should You Go to the Dentist? – KTTC

CONFLICT REPORTS: Should You Go to the Dentist? KTTC ADA ‘disagrees’ with recommendation to delay routine dental visits during COVID-19 ABC News News WHO says people should continue to drop routine dental visits during WRAL.com pandemic Coronavirus: Do you need to go to the dentist now? WHO provides Deseret News guidance South Hills dentist disagrees with WHO recommendations, says ‘All …

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Brockton asking residents to be tested for COVID-19 between cases

The city of Brockton is urging residents to follow public health guidelines because the city is “not going in the right direction” amid a resurgence in COVID-19 cases. Brockton Mayor Robert Sullivan said the case noise “is happening and is true here in Brockton City.” On Thursday, the Brockton Health Board reported 15 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and nine …

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Illinois COVID 19: Facial Mask Guidelines for Children Issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics

CHICAGO (WLS) – All children 2 years of age and older, including the vast majority of children with basic health conditions, can safely wear masks, according to new guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics. “The mask is safe for children to wear and we recommend them,” said Dr. Alison Tothy, spokesperson at VET. “They will keep your children …

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New York City deaths from coronavirus commemorate 1918 flu pandemic

The relative increase in deaths during the early period of the Covid-19 pandemic was actually substantially greater than during the peak of the 1918 pandemic, according to the study published Thursday in the JAMA Network Open. “The big undertaking is that when we compare what happened, we find that the magnitude of the change in deaths – how big a …

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Rare Syndrome Cases in Children Related to COVID-19 Increase in South Florida – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

HOLLYWOOD, FLA. (WSVN) – The growing number of children contracting the coronavirus is troubling due to a rare condition seen in some children who have contracted the virus. The rare condition, called Multi-pediatric Inflammatory Syndrome, affects the inflammatory response in children, which can be fatal. “We have six patients admitted to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital with Children’s Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome,” …

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