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Hawaii records another 2 deaths and 202 new coronavirus cases

According to state officials and Lt. Governor Josh Green, Hawaii recorded two more deaths and 202 more new coronavirus cases today. The last two deaths were Oahu men between the ages of 40 and 59, at least one of whom had underlying health conditions, health officials said. The statewide death toll now stands at 38. The state total of coronavirus …

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The rise of COVID-19 spurs a ban on visits to Beaumont-Farmington Hills

Beaumont Health has issued a temporary ban on visitors to its Farmington Hills hospital due to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases, the Southfield system said Wednesday. The blocking of visits begins Thursday at 8:00 am, according to a press release from the company. No one will be admitted into patient rooms with pending or positive COVID-19 tests, except for …

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Coronavirus outbreak hits Folsom state prison

Coronavirus outbreak hits Folsom state prison Updated: 3:04 PM PDT Aug 12, 2020 Hide transcript Show transcript TY: I AM TY STEELE. DEIRDRE: I AM DEIRDRE FITZPATRICK. HERE ARE OUR MAIN TITLES. TY: OFFICIALS IN RUSSIA SAY PHASE THREE TRIALS OF THE NEW VACCINE WILL START TODAY. THE COUNTRY IS PLANNING A MAJOR VACCINATION CAMPAIGN IN OCTOBER. DEIRDRE: THE GERMANY …

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California COVID double deaths; rural areas, suburbs suffer

According to an analysis of the Times data, the second wave of coronavirus in California has led to a nearly doubling of weekly deaths since the spring – with nearly 1,000 deaths in the last week alone – and has fundamentally changed the geography of the outbreak. The suburban and agricultural areas that were relatively spared during the first wave …

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Father and son doctors die of coronavirus within weeks of each other: report

A Florida father and son died from the coronavirus within five weeks of each other, the Miami Herald reported. Retired gynecologist and obstetrician Jorge Vallejo, 89, died on June 27, six days after being admitted to Palmetto General Hospital. His son, Carlos Vallejo, 57, also a doctor, was hospitalized the same day his father died. Carlos Vallejo, who was practicing …

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Antiviral nasal spray can fight coronavirus, according to a study

Moms Create Coronavirus Solutions For Babies: Why They Say Their PPE Face Screens Are More Effective Than Cloth Masks Little Lives PPE is helping children and adults to return to the world safely during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr Gabrielle Page-Wilson and Alexandra Stanton founded Little Lives PPE not only to maintain the physical health of their children, but also to …

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Wearing a neck fleece can be worse than no mask, according to a study

Daniel Culver, an intensive care physician at the Cleveland Clinic, reacts to news that Russia has a coronavirus vaccine and shares what America is doing on the vaccine development front, including Moderna’s experimental vaccine. While some masks may be as protective as standard surgical masks against COVID-19, new research suggests that one type could make things worse. According to Duke …

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