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Collin County Reports 17 New Cases of COVID-19

Collin County Reports 17 New Cases of COVID-19

Health officials in Collin County reported 17 additional cases of the new coronavirus Wednesday, as the countywide case total reach 1,090. Read full article: Collin County Reports 17 New Cases of CO...→

Collin County Reports 17 New Cases of COVID-19

Collin County Reports 17 New Cases of COVID-19

Health officials in Collin County reported 17 additional cases of the new coronavirus Wednesday, as the countywide case total reach 1,090. Read full article: Collin County Reports 17 New Cases of CO...→

110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new cases

110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new cases

Deaths from COVID-19 spiked by 110 Friday, with 2,758 additional cases, officials said. Read full article: 110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new case...→

3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police Department

3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police Department

Of the 533 total confirmed cases, 506 are officers and 27 are civilian employees, police said. Read full article: 3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police ...→

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

Transparency and integrity when it comes to the collection of COVID-19 data is the number one priority of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), accord [...] Read full article: After errors, state health commissioner ...→

Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mark

Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mark

Johns Hopkins University's tally shows 5,011,000 confirmed cases, more than 1.5 million of them in the U.S. Read full article: Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mar...→

Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible

Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible

As lockdown restrictions ease, infectious disease experts stress life will not be going back to normal anytime soon, and if cases start to decrease, a second w [...] Read full article: Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts ...→

Arlington County summer camps canceled due to COVID-19 concerns | WTOP

Arlington County’s summer camps are canceled due to growing concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Arlington County summer camps canceled d...→

WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus Update

WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus Update

Berks County officials are speaking at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday about their plan for fighting COVID-19. Read full article: WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus...→

Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

Officials in Collin County reported 26 additional cases of the new coronavirus Tuesday, raising the countywide total to 1,073. Read full article: Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of...→

California pastor tests positive for coronavirus after live-streaming church service with singing against county health order

California pastor tests positive for coronavirus after live-streaming church service with singing against county health order

Local health authorities have warned about engaging in group vocal performances without strict safety measures in place, noting the added risk of airborne viru [...] Read full article: California pastor tests positive for cor...→

More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

Nearly 108 million people in China's Jilin province are being forced back on lockdown after a growing group of new coronavirus infections has triggered a backs [...] Read full article: More than 100 million people in China fa...→

25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office

25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office

Another employee at the Cook County Circuit Court clerk’s office has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overall total to 25. Read full article: 25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook...→

Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restrictions

Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restrictions

"There's been a couple hiccups where I double booked, but it's just growing pains." Read full article: Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restri...→

Cook County Health projects up to $100 million revenue gap

Cook County Health projects up to $100 million revenue gap

The county’s health fund, which covers the Health and Hospital system, had a projected shortfall of $60 million to $75 million in April, according to Ammar Riz [...] Read full article: Cook County Health projects up to $100 m...→

After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Look Into Issuing Death Certificates, Deemed Non Essential During COVID-19

After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Look Into Issuing Death Certificates, Deemed Non Essential During COVID-19

The Clerk's Office has a total staff of 265 people and no one has been furloughed. A representative said the certificates have to be printed on customized secu [...] Read full article: After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Loo...→

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Another seven people have died in Dallas County after contracting COVID-19, according to county health officials who also reported Thursday 183 new cases of th [...] Read full article: Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-...→

Cook County passes COVID property-tax relief

The Cook County Board approved some relief for property taxpayers today, agreeing to waive late-payment interest penalties for two months. Bills are still tech [...] Read full article: Cook County passes COVID property-tax re...→

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29

Cases of COVID-19 surpass 100,000 officials said. State reports 147 more deaths. Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29. Read full article: COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and...→

Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of COVID-19 Reopenings To Include Dine-In Restaurants, Schools

Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of COVID-19 Reopenings To Include Dine-In Restaurants, Schools

Health officials announced late Tuesday night that the state has given them approval to lift COVID-19 restrictions including shopping malls, dine-in restaurant [...] Read full article: Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of CO...→

DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen Yet

DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen Yet

Dallas County health officials reported 14 more deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, making it the deadliest day the county has seen this far. Read full article: DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Corona...→

Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retailers Under San Diego County Health Order

Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retailers Under San Diego County Health Order

On Monday Governor Gavin Newsom announced that some counties will soon be able to allow shopping inside of stores, which would be an upgrade from curbside pick [...] Read full article: Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retaile...→

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

After dropping into the 180s for the last two days, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dallas County again topped 200 on Friday, county health officials say. [...] Read full article: New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb B...→

U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operations in Collin, Denton and Tarrant County

U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operations in Collin, Denton and Tarrant County

The Census Bureau will deliver 2020 Census invitations and paper questionnaires at the front doors of roughly 5.1 million stateside households and in Denton Co [...] Read full article: U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operati...→

Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-Related Deaths Thursday; Total Rises to 139

Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-Related Deaths Thursday; Total Rises to 139

Officials in Tarrant Country reported Thursday seven more coronavirus-related deaths and 92 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-R...→

Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-Related Deaths; Total Rises to 132

Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-Related Deaths; Total Rises to 132

Officials in Tarrant Country reported Wednesday two more coronavirus-related deaths and 68 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-R...→

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000

Cases of COVID-19 surpass 100,000 officials said. State reports 147 more deaths. Read full article: COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000...→

Nassau County officials vote to restrict county beach access to residents only

Nassau County officials vote to restrict county beach access to residents only

After an emergency vote was held Wednesday, Nassau County legislators voted to restrict county beach access to residents only. Read full article: Nassau County officials vote to restrict...→

Kane County Board blocks coroner's ability to share COVID-19 death stats

Kane County Board blocks coroner's ability to share COVID-19 death stats

A week after deciding not to restrict the coroner's use of the official county newsletter to publish COVID-19 death stats, the Kane County Board changed its mi [...] Read full article: Kane County Board blocks coroner's abili...→

Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rare illness possibly connected to COVID-19 infection

Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rare illness possibly connected to COVID-19 infection

SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) - Two children at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Southwest Miami-Dade have been diagnosed and are undergoing treatment for a [...] Read full article: Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rar...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home COVID-19 Cases, State To Roll Out More Data

Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home COVID-19 Cases, State To Roll Out More Data

A federal mandate is now in effect directing all care facilities to report deaths to the federal government. Read full article: Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home...→

To mask or not? How public health officials created culture war

To mask or not? How public health officials created culture war

In March, when fears about the dearth of medical grade masks for health care professionals were dominating social media discussions, I asked my friend — a phys [...] Read full article: To mask or not? How public health offici...→

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

The teams arrived in the state on Thursday, May 14 and have been working to provide assistance to locations in need. Read full article: CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To ...→

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

After dropping into the 180s for the last two days, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dallas County again topped 200 on Friday, county health officials say. [...] Read full article: New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb B...→

Cook County Health projects up to $100 million revenue gap

Cook County Health projects up to $100 million revenue gap

The county’s health fund, which covers the Health and Hospital system, had a projected shortfall of $60 million to $75 million in April, according to Ammar Riz [...] Read full article: Cook County Health projects up to $100 m...→

3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police Department

3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police Department

Of the 533 total confirmed cases, 506 are officers and 27 are civilian employees, police said. Read full article: 3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police ...→

Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-Related Deaths Thursday; Total Rises to 139

Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-Related Deaths Thursday; Total Rises to 139

Officials in Tarrant Country reported Thursday seven more coronavirus-related deaths and 92 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-R...→

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Another seven people have died in Dallas County after contracting COVID-19, according to county health officials who also reported Thursday 183 new cases of th [...] Read full article: Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-...→

Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible

Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible

As lockdown restrictions ease, infectious disease experts stress life will not be going back to normal anytime soon, and if cases start to decrease, a second w [...] Read full article: Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts ...→

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29

Cases of COVID-19 surpass 100,000 officials said. State reports 147 more deaths. Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29. Read full article: COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and...→

WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus Update

WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus Update

Berks County officials are speaking at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday about their plan for fighting COVID-19. Read full article: WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus...→

Nassau County officials vote to restrict county beach access to residents only

Nassau County officials vote to restrict county beach access to residents only

After an emergency vote was held Wednesday, Nassau County legislators voted to restrict county beach access to residents only. Read full article: Nassau County officials vote to restrict...→

Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of COVID-19 Reopenings To Include Dine-In Restaurants, Schools

Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of COVID-19 Reopenings To Include Dine-In Restaurants, Schools

Health officials announced late Tuesday night that the state has given them approval to lift COVID-19 restrictions including shopping malls, dine-in restaurant [...] Read full article: Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of CO...→

Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

Officials in Collin County reported 26 additional cases of the new coronavirus Tuesday, raising the countywide total to 1,073. Read full article: Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of...→

Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rare illness possibly connected to COVID-19 infection

Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rare illness possibly connected to COVID-19 infection

SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) - Two children at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Southwest Miami-Dade have been diagnosed and are undergoing treatment for a [...] Read full article: Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rar...→

DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen Yet

DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen Yet

Dallas County health officials reported 14 more deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, making it the deadliest day the county has seen this far. Read full article: DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Corona...→

More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

Nearly 108 million people in China's Jilin province are being forced back on lockdown after a growing group of new coronavirus infections has triggered a backs [...] Read full article: More than 100 million people in China fa...→

Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home COVID-19 Cases, State To Roll Out More Data

Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home COVID-19 Cases, State To Roll Out More Data

A federal mandate is now in effect directing all care facilities to report deaths to the federal government. Read full article: Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home...→

Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restrictions

Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restrictions

"There's been a couple hiccups where I double booked, but it's just growing pains." Read full article: Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restri...→

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

The teams arrived in the state on Thursday, May 14 and have been working to provide assistance to locations in need. Read full article: CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To ...→

110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new cases

110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new cases

Deaths from COVID-19 spiked by 110 Friday, with 2,758 additional cases, officials said. Read full article: 110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new case...→

U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operations in Collin, Denton and Tarrant County

U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operations in Collin, Denton and Tarrant County

The Census Bureau will deliver 2020 Census invitations and paper questionnaires at the front doors of roughly 5.1 million stateside households and in Denton Co [...] Read full article: U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operati...→

After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Look Into Issuing Death Certificates, Deemed Non Essential During COVID-19

After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Look Into Issuing Death Certificates, Deemed Non Essential During COVID-19

The Clerk's Office has a total staff of 265 people and no one has been furloughed. A representative said the certificates have to be printed on customized secu [...] Read full article: After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Loo...→

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

Transparency and integrity when it comes to the collection of COVID-19 data is the number one priority of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), accord [...] Read full article: After errors, state health commissioner ...→

Cook County passes COVID property-tax relief

The Cook County Board approved some relief for property taxpayers today, agreeing to waive late-payment interest penalties for two months. Bills are still tech [...] Read full article: Cook County passes COVID property-tax re...→

Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mark

Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mark

Johns Hopkins University's tally shows 5,011,000 confirmed cases, more than 1.5 million of them in the U.S. Read full article: Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mar...→

Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-Related Deaths; Total Rises to 132

Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-Related Deaths; Total Rises to 132

Officials in Tarrant Country reported Wednesday two more coronavirus-related deaths and 68 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-R...→

Arlington County summer camps canceled due to COVID-19 concerns | WTOP

Arlington County’s summer camps are canceled due to growing concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Arlington County summer camps canceled d...→

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000

Cases of COVID-19 surpass 100,000 officials said. State reports 147 more deaths. Read full article: COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000...→

Kane County Board blocks coroner's ability to share COVID-19 death stats

Kane County Board blocks coroner's ability to share COVID-19 death stats

A week after deciding not to restrict the coroner's use of the official county newsletter to publish COVID-19 death stats, the Kane County Board changed its mi [...] Read full article: Kane County Board blocks coroner's abili...→

California pastor tests positive for coronavirus after live-streaming church service with singing against county health order

California pastor tests positive for coronavirus after live-streaming church service with singing against county health order

Local health authorities have warned about engaging in group vocal performances without strict safety measures in place, noting the added risk of airborne viru [...] Read full article: California pastor tests positive for cor...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office

25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office

Another employee at the Cook County Circuit Court clerk’s office has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overall total to 25. Read full article: 25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook...→

To mask or not? How public health officials created culture war

To mask or not? How public health officials created culture war

In March, when fears about the dearth of medical grade masks for health care professionals were dominating social media discussions, I asked my friend — a phys [...] Read full article: To mask or not? How public health offici...→

Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retailers Under San Diego County Health Order

Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retailers Under San Diego County Health Order

On Monday Governor Gavin Newsom announced that some counties will soon be able to allow shopping inside of stores, which would be an upgrade from curbside pick [...] Read full article: Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retaile...→

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb Back Above 200 Friday; Four Deaths Reported

After dropping into the 180s for the last two days, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Dallas County again topped 200 on Friday, county health officials say. [...] Read full article: New Dallas County COVID-19 Cases Climb B...→

110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new cases

110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new cases

Deaths from COVID-19 spiked by 110 Friday, with 2,758 additional cases, officials said. Read full article: 110 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,758 new case...→

Cook County Health projects up to $100 million revenue gap

Cook County Health projects up to $100 million revenue gap

The county’s health fund, which covers the Health and Hospital system, had a projected shortfall of $60 million to $75 million in April, according to Ammar Riz [...] Read full article: Cook County Health projects up to $100 m...→

U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operations in Collin, Denton and Tarrant County

U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operations in Collin, Denton and Tarrant County

The Census Bureau will deliver 2020 Census invitations and paper questionnaires at the front doors of roughly 5.1 million stateside households and in Denton Co [...] Read full article: U.S. Census Bureau Resumes Field Operati...→

3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police Department

3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police Department

Of the 533 total confirmed cases, 506 are officers and 27 are civilian employees, police said. Read full article: 3 more COVID-19 cases in Chicago Police ...→

After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Look Into Issuing Death Certificates, Deemed Non Essential During COVID-19

After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Look Into Issuing Death Certificates, Deemed Non Essential During COVID-19

The Clerk's Office has a total staff of 265 people and no one has been furloughed. A representative said the certificates have to be printed on customized secu [...] Read full article: After CBS 2 Report, Cook County Will Loo...→

Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-Related Deaths Thursday; Total Rises to 139

Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-Related Deaths Thursday; Total Rises to 139

Officials in Tarrant Country reported Thursday seven more coronavirus-related deaths and 92 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 7 More COVID-19-R...→

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

After errors, state health commissioner calls integrity of COVID-19 data a 'number one priority' - Atlanta INtown Paper

Transparency and integrity when it comes to the collection of COVID-19 data is the number one priority of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), accord [...] Read full article: After errors, state health commissioner ...→

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-19 Cases But Adds 7 Deaths Thursday

Another seven people have died in Dallas County after contracting COVID-19, according to county health officials who also reported Thursday 183 new cases of th [...] Read full article: Dallas County Reports Drop in New COVID-...→

Cook County passes COVID property-tax relief

The Cook County Board approved some relief for property taxpayers today, agreeing to waive late-payment interest penalties for two months. Bills are still tech [...] Read full article: Cook County passes COVID property-tax re...→

Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mark

Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mark

Johns Hopkins University's tally shows 5,011,000 confirmed cases, more than 1.5 million of them in the U.S. Read full article: Global COVID-19 cases pass 5 million mar...→

Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-Related Deaths; Total Rises to 132

Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-Related Deaths; Total Rises to 132

Officials in Tarrant Country reported Wednesday two more coronavirus-related deaths and 68 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. Read full article: Tarrant County Reports 2 More COVID-19-R...→

Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible

Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible

As lockdown restrictions ease, infectious disease experts stress life will not be going back to normal anytime soon, and if cases start to decrease, a second w [...] Read full article: Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts ...→

Arlington County summer camps canceled due to COVID-19 concerns | WTOP

Arlington County’s summer camps are canceled due to growing concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full article: Arlington County summer camps canceled d...→

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29

Cases of COVID-19 surpass 100,000 officials said. State reports 147 more deaths. Bars and restaurants can offer outdoor service May 29. Read full article: COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000; Bars and...→

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000

COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000

Cases of COVID-19 surpass 100,000 officials said. State reports 147 more deaths. Read full article: COVID-19 cases surpass 100,000...→

WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus Update

WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus Update

Berks County officials are speaking at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday about their plan for fighting COVID-19. Read full article: WATCH: Berks County Officials Give Virus...→

Nassau County officials vote to restrict county beach access to residents only

Nassau County officials vote to restrict county beach access to residents only

After an emergency vote was held Wednesday, Nassau County legislators voted to restrict county beach access to residents only. Read full article: Nassau County officials vote to restrict...→

Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of COVID-19 Reopenings To Include Dine-In Restaurants, Schools

Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of COVID-19 Reopenings To Include Dine-In Restaurants, Schools

Health officials announced late Tuesday night that the state has given them approval to lift COVID-19 restrictions including shopping malls, dine-in restaurant [...] Read full article: Napa County Prepares For Expansion Of CO...→

Kane County Board blocks coroner's ability to share COVID-19 death stats

Kane County Board blocks coroner's ability to share COVID-19 death stats

A week after deciding not to restrict the coroner's use of the official county newsletter to publish COVID-19 death stats, the Kane County Board changed its mi [...] Read full article: Kane County Board blocks coroner's abili...→

Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

Officials in Collin County reported 26 additional cases of the new coronavirus Tuesday, raising the countywide total to 1,073. Read full article: Collin County Adds 26 Confirmed Cases of...→

Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rare illness possibly connected to COVID-19 infection

Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rare illness possibly connected to COVID-19 infection

SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) - Two children at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Southwest Miami-Dade have been diagnosed and are undergoing treatment for a [...] Read full article: Officials: 2 children diagnosed with rar...→

California pastor tests positive for coronavirus after live-streaming church service with singing against county health order

California pastor tests positive for coronavirus after live-streaming church service with singing against county health order

Local health authorities have warned about engaging in group vocal performances without strict safety measures in place, noting the added risk of airborne viru [...] Read full article: California pastor tests positive for cor...→

DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen Yet

DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Coronavirus; Deadliest Day County Has Seen Yet

Dallas County health officials reported 14 more deaths from the coronavirus Tuesday, making it the deadliest day the county has seen this far. Read full article: DCHHS Reports 14 More Deaths From Corona...→

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Philly Health Commissioner Says Residents Need To Get Used To Wearing Face Coverings As Coronavirus Cases Top 20,000

Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley told Philadelphians they will have to change their behavior about wearing face coverings as the city approaches the next [...] Read full article: Philly Health Commissioner Says Resident...→

More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

More than 100 million people in China face new lockdown as second wave of COVID-19 cases emerge

Nearly 108 million people in China's Jilin province are being forced back on lockdown after a growing group of new coronavirus infections has triggered a backs [...] Read full article: More than 100 million people in China fa...→

Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home COVID-19 Cases, State To Roll Out More Data

Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home COVID-19 Cases, State To Roll Out More Data

A federal mandate is now in effect directing all care facilities to report deaths to the federal government. Read full article: Pennsylvania Under Fire For Nursing Home...→

25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office

25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office

Another employee at the Cook County Circuit Court clerk’s office has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the overall total to 25. Read full article: 25th Employee Contracts COVID-19 at Cook...→

To mask or not? How public health officials created culture war

To mask or not? How public health officials created culture war

In March, when fears about the dearth of medical grade masks for health care professionals were dominating social media discussions, I asked my friend — a phys [...] Read full article: To mask or not? How public health offici...→

Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restrictions

Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restrictions

"There's been a couple hiccups where I double booked, but it's just growing pains." Read full article: Lake County Reopens With COVID-19 Restri...→

Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retailers Under San Diego County Health Order

Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retailers Under San Diego County Health Order

On Monday Governor Gavin Newsom announced that some counties will soon be able to allow shopping inside of stores, which would be an upgrade from curbside pick [...] Read full article: Confusion Surrounding Opening Up Retaile...→

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To Help Fight COVID-19, Department Of Health Says

The teams arrived in the state on Thursday, May 14 and have been working to provide assistance to locations in need. Read full article: CDC Has Sent 3 Teams To Pennsylvania To ...→