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Orange County digs deeper into red tier as two scales of coronavirus worsen – Orange County registers

A breakthrough in the two measures of coronavirus monitored by California health leaders makes Orange County more stable in the red level of the state’s pandemic monitoring system, determining what might reopen in each province. The state Department of Public Health tier system update on Tuesday, October 27, showed the province’s case rate has risen to 5.1 new cases per …

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What do you need to prepare for the COVID-19 surge during this time?

ATLANTA (CNN) – As the weather cools and we face the double threat of the flu and the influx of COVID-19 cases, now is a major opportunity to save on food and supplies. COVID-19 cases are likely to increase during the winter months for three reasons: “First, the virus caused by COVID-19 is a coronavirus and other coronaviruses spread during …

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Austin area could see 700 in coronavirus hospital in November, health chief says – News – Austin American-Statesman

Based on the current coronavirus transmission rate of Austin and Travis County, up to 700 people could be hospitalized in the third week of November, the region’s top health official told county officials Tuesday. The projection comes from the University of Texas COVID-19 Modeling Consortium, and will place Austin and Travis County under more stringent Stage 4 in the county-based …

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California county coronavirus levels, Oct. 27

The interactive map above shows the level of coronavirus restriction in all of California’s states until October 27. Purple indicates broad risk, red large, orange medium and yellow minimal. Eight counties, all in Northern California, have seen their status improved since last week. Purple to red: Shasta, Glenn, Mendocino Red to orange: Marin, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Cruz Orange …

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Arkansas reports the first flu outbreak of the season

Arkansas reports the first flu outbreak of the season Updated: 5:39 PM CDT October 27, 2020 The Arkansas Department of Health reported the state’s first flu outbreak on Tuesday. The person who died was 65 years of age or older, according to the state report. PCR tests confirmed 11 cases of influenza in Arkansas since the period began on September …

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Covid-May 19 Causes ‘Significant’ Rejection of Cognitive Function, According to Patient Survey

Pedestrians crossed a road in London in October 2020.Photo: John Phillips (Getty Images) A study of more than 84,500 people supports previous indications that surviving the novel coronavirus may be attributed to potentially severe mental retardation, Reuters reported on Tuesdayay. While the new study, based on an online survey, has some basic limitations, other research has found that covid-19 can …

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