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I can go to the doctor, to the dentist in the middle of the coronavirus

As dentists ‘and doctors’ offices start opening routine, preventative appointments in Georgia and across the country, some may be concerned about how safe it is for a visit. If you are one of those people who need physical or dental cleaning, the experts shared some tips on what to do with the NPR. »Full coverage: Coronavirus in Georgia Aimee Palumbo, …

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Southeast Idaho claims that social gatherings have spread coronavirus

With coronavirus cases increasing in the eastern part of the state, southeastern Idaho Public Health released a press release on Wednesday reminding residents of the potential risks of social gatherings. The seven Idaho health districts reported a total of 44 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the state total to 2,712 cases. Fourteen of these cases were between the health …

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No new COVID-19 cases from Lake of the Ozarks crowds, says Missouri Health Director | Regional

“Our hospitals are not overwhelmed. Our positivity rate continues to decline. People are recovering and we are moving forward, “he said. Hospitalizations and hospitalizations for COVID-19 continue to decline in the St. Louis area, according to data reported Wednesday by the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force. The average number of COVID-19 patients in a hospital last week dropped to …

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No increase in coronavirus since Oregon’s reopening, says the top health official

Oregon has not seen a coronavirus resurgence in the weeks since most counties have slowly reopened, state chief official said Wednesday. Oregon Health Authority director Patrick Allen has offered a decline in hospitalizations and infection rates as evidence that the spread of COVID-19 remains mild, although new reported cases have increased slightly in recent days. He also credited the Oregonians …

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5 Minneapolis restaurants temporarily close after employees test positive for COVID-19

Revival, Facebook Five Minneapolis restaurants have announced that they are temporarily closing after employees test positive for coronavirus. The Revival location in Minneapolis, the Pizzeria Lola and the Pasta Bar, Cucina Italiana and Terzo restaurants of Broders have temporarily stopped the take-away and delivery service. Pizzeria Lola and the Broders restaurants, which each reported one case of an employee, said …

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Updated list of Colorado grocery stores with COVID-19 outbreaks

14 grocery stores across Colorado confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks according to CDPHE data. DENVER – The Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) has released its weekly data showing COVID-19 outbreaks at businesses across Colorado, including grocery stores. There have been 129 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among grocery store employees in the state and 23 that are likely. Two …

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Oregon uses coronavirus data to make reopening decisions. Refuse to release this data.

The Oregon health authority declined to release key statistics used to help justify and monitor Oregon counties authorized to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday. Last month, the Oregonian / OregonLive filed two requests for public documents seeking underlying data used by public health officials and Governor Kate Brown’s office to allow for the gradual reopening of counties. State …

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Small human tendrils grown in the laboratory have been successfully transplanted into rats

Scientists successfully transplanted miniature functional livers into rats after growing bioengineering organs in the laboratory from reprogrammed human skin cells. The experiment, which provided working animals with liver organs, could lay the foundation for future treatments to deal with terminal liver failure – a disease that sustains the lives of over 40,000 people in the United States every year. While …

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235 new cases, 17 additional COVID-19 related deaths in SC announced by DHEC – WIS10

235 new cases, 17 additional COVID-19 related deaths in SC announced by DHEC WIS10 More than 50 new coronavirus cases reported to Greenville Co., 17 deaths across the state, DHEC says WYFF4 Greenville Health officials are “concerned” about recent increases in COVID data trends in South Carolina’s WLTX. 19 Cases of SC coronaviruses reach 12,651 while numbers continue to climb …

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