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Authorities begin spraying after West Nile-carrying mosquitoes discovered in Clovis

CLOVIS, Caliph. (KFSN) – The Valley Mosquito Reduction Circle began spraying adult mosquitoes this week after Nile West virus activity was detected in several Clovis neighborhoods. And weather permitting, more spraying will take place Thursday night between 8:30 and 11:30 in the towns of Fresno and Riverdale. For a more detailed look at where the treatments will take place, click …

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The first haunted house in the world is in Tokyo. And it’s awful

Tokyo (CNN) – We can all agree that screaming is an important part of a great haunted home experience. But at a time when exhumation is discouraged by the Covid-19 pandemic, a Japanese company has created an attraction that follows social distancing guidelines but still remains horrific – a haunted car home. Kowagarasetai, a Japanese haunted house and horror event …

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The number of coronavirus cases in California reaches 600,000

The number of California coronavirus cases reached 600,000 on Thursday, the first state to reach the top spot, according to data collected by The New York Times. Golden State also has the third-highest death toll in the U.S. with 10,800 victims of COVID-19, after New York and New Jersey, which were hit hard by the disease at the start of …

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Coronavirus infects 44% of Seneca Foods employees at the Wisconsin plant

Nearly half of employees at a Seneca Foods factory in Wisconsin tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Barron County Department of Health and Human Services, a FOX 9 report shows. 555 WORKERS AT THE PLANT TSONI TF FOODSIT N IN THE IOWA POSITIVE PROJECT P CORR CORONAVIRUS, STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CONFIRMATIONS In fact, about 44% of workers at …

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Trials for coronavirus vaccination will begin in the Portland subway area next week

Kaiser Permanente is recruiting at least 100 Oregonians to attend one of the state’s first trials for coronavirus vaccines. Trials could begin immediately next week for volunteers who must receive health care through the Kaiser network to participate. Britta Torgrimson-Ojerio, a nursing researcher at the Kaiser Permanent Center for Health Research, said volunteers are eager to enroll. “We already have …

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Parents are concerned about COVID-19 data from El Paso County military installations

SHRINGRBIMET COLORADO, Colo. (KRDO) – Dealing with a coronavirus pandemic, El Paso County Public Health made maps available to people to see how close the spread is coming – but are local military installations preventing accurate mapping of the disease? A KRDO NewsChannel 13 investigation revealed a missing piece of COVID-19 data, and some parents fear they could prevent school …

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N95 Mask vs Mask Difference KN95: Which is Best? Where to buy online

The products presented are independently selected by our editorial team and we can earn a commission from purchases made by our links; the retailer may also obtain certain audit data for accounting purposes. The rise in coronavirus cases across the country has led to an increase in companies making face masks as government officials continue to promote wearing face masks …

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