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Two dozen new COVID-19 cases in Windsor

Two dozen new COVID-19 cases in Windsor

Ontario reported 138 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday and 195 on Sunday. Out of the cases reported by Ottawa Public Health on Sunday, half were tied to people under 30: three are under the age of 10...

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Wisconsin reports 957 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death

Wisconsin reports 957 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death

There were 13,248 negative tests reported as well, that total now at 808,528. One new death was recorded Sunday, and an additional 26 hospitalizations were recorded due to COVID-19. The death toll i...

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32 new COVID-19 cases in Windsor

32 new COVID-19 cases in Windsor

The maximum number of new cases had been reported from Windsor-Essex, that observed an extra 33 ailments within the last 24 hours. Because of the continued spread of the virus, along with failed tes...

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New CDC guidelines come down hard in favor of opening schools

New CDC guidelines come down hard in favor of opening schools

The CDC's earlier guidelines had emphasized extreme caution, but the agency was asked by Trump earlier this month to revisit the topic. CDC Director Robert Redfield has said it is "critically ...

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Coronavirus: England makes face masks compulsory in shops

Coronavirus: England makes face masks compulsory in shops

Some retailers, including supermarkets and coffee shop chains, said they supported the rules and would ask customers to abide by them, but it would not be up to staff to enforce them. The laws could b...

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US marks second day with 70,000-plus new virus cases: Johns Hopkins

US marks second day with 70,000-plus new virus cases: Johns Hopkins

It recorded a record 74 more deaths, at the end of a week when it also reported a record number of new cases. "We're choosing the best of the bad options", she said. Starting May 18, several states ...

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MDH Reports 773 New Cases of COVID-19, 5 More Deaths

MDH Reports 773 New Cases of COVID-19, 5 More Deaths

The order, issued by Gov. Tim Walz on Wednesday, takes effect Saturday. It is the first death from the virus reported in Murray County. Deaths due to complications of the new coronavirus now stand a...

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Speaker Pelosi criticized Republican lawmakers for delaying discussions around extending unemployment benefits

Speaker Pelosi criticized Republican lawmakers for delaying discussions around extending unemployment benefits

The benefit officially expires July 31, but due to the way states process unemployment payments, the cut-off is effectively Saturday. On Friday, Trump added a new priority to the relief packag...

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COVID-19: Five new cases recorded, 11 active

The current five-day test positivity rate is 0.86 per cent, which is the percentage of tests that come back positive out of the total number of tests given. The infected person visited the gaming cent...

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Refuse entry to customers not wearing face coverings, Police Federation says

Refuse entry to customers not wearing face coverings, Police Federation says

There are exemptions to the new rules for children under 11, those with disabilities or certain health conditions, such as respiratory or cognitive impairments that make it hard for them to wear a fac...

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Turning the tide of COVID-19 together

Turning the tide of COVID-19 together

There are now 106 people in hospital, including 21 in intensive care. The County of Grande Prairie, meanwhile, has reported another recovery, with case numbers totalling 10 active and 10 recoveries....

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COVID-19 cases in Africa exceed 800,000 - with fatalities inching above 17,000

COVID-19 cases in Africa exceed 800,000 - with fatalities inching above 17,000

In a joint effort to enhance research and development of traditional medicines for COVID-19 in Africa, the World Health Organisation (WHO ) and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (...

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Covid Antibodies Decrease Quickly Following Mild Cases Say Us Researchers

Covid Antibodies Decrease Quickly Following Mild Cases Say Us Researchers

In addition, the findings may have implications for the durability of antibody-based vaccines. "Infection with this coronavirus does not necessarily generate lifetime immunity ", but antibodies ...

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Young COVID Patients Take Longer to Recover Than You'd Think, CDC Says

Young COVID Patients Take Longer to Recover Than You'd Think, CDC Says

Robert Redfield in a statement . While in other states, students will either return to in-person instruction or a hybrid program. That document classified as "highest risk" the full reopening of sc...

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Actors’ Equity Slams

Actors’ Equity Slams "Dithering" Mitch McConnell Over Unemployment Benefits Hold-Up

Republicans have said they will propose a new plan to get unemployment benefits extended- after benefits have already expired. Speaking on the Senate floor, Mr. During a head-spinning week of star...

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Harrison County School District will now offer a virtual option

Harrison County School District will now offer a virtual option

The group says the goal of Thursday's demonstration was to show close students will be to each other and how it will impact the school day based on the dimensions of an average classroom. Another scen...

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Pfizer Analyst Says COVID-19-Driven Rally Not Backed By Vaccine Economics

Pfizer Analyst Says COVID-19-Driven Rally Not Backed By Vaccine Economics

The study will be conducted the same way at all sites. "The healthy adults can get the vaccine later on". Immune responses remained strong for a minimum of 56 days. Saudi Arabia's Asharq al-Awsat news...

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Sen. Inhofe Will Not Change Military Base Names

Sen. Inhofe Will Not Change Military Base Names

The delay comes despite White House officials claiming that they came to an agreement on the package's details. Mnuchin tried to save face for the White house capitulating on the demand for a pay...

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CDC lays out school guidelines, calling COVID-19 risks for kids low

CDC lays out school guidelines, calling COVID-19 risks for kids low

Schools should also consider taking steps to limit the virus's spread during extracurricular and co-curricular activities, which may include limiting or canceling activities in some cases. Contrary to...

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Mnuchin: Payroll Tax Cuts Won't Be in 'Base Bill' of COVID Relief

Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., pointed to Monday as a possibility while Sen. Data released Thursday showed filings for weekly unemployment benefits rose for the first time in almost four months as som...

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Care homes given green light on restarting visits after guidance delay

The Department of Health and Social Care said local directors of public health, along with local authorities, will lead the decision-making process on resuming care home visits in their local areas. T...

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Russian military claims Covid-19 vaccine 'ready'

Russian military claims Covid-19 vaccine 'ready'

England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and his deputy Jonathan Van-Tam took differing views on the potential timeline. "While there's still more work to do towards finding a safe and effective v...

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Republicans delay announcement of COVID Rescue Package

Republicans delay announcement of COVID Rescue Package

Though many businesses have reopened, California and Texas, the two most populous states in the country, have rolled back their reopenings and shut down hundreds of businesses , while the city of NY ...

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Pfizer Contracts With Feds for Vaccine Delivery

Pfizer Contracts With Feds for Vaccine Delivery

The companies are just waiting on more data from their Phase 1/2 clinical trials. Addition to that, on July 20th, they have also found a positive response from its German Phase I/II vaccine trials s...

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Brazil's president again tests positive for Covid-19

Brazil's president again tests positive for Covid-19

The study, conducted across 55 hospitals in Brazil, covered 504 coronavirus positive persons who needed no oxygen, or were receiving oxygen up to 4 litres per minute. Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro ...

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Sainsbury’s and Asda say they won't enforce English face mask laws

Sainsbury’s and Asda say they won't enforce English face mask laws

People who fail to wear a face covering could be fined up to 100 pounds (127 USA dollars), apart from those with medical conditions and children under 11. Multiple ministers offered different answers ...

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Trump cancels Republican National Convention in Jacksonville

Trump cancels Republican National Convention in Jacksonville

Even after moving most of the convention to Florida , the RNC had always planned to hold some business aspects of the gathering in Charlotte , due in part to contractual obligations. "Plans for virt...

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Coronavirus antibodies fade fast, but that may not mean protection goes too

Coronavirus antibodies fade fast, but that may not mean protection goes too

Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Baltimore. "Infection with this coronavirus does not necessarily generate lifetime immunity", but antibodies are o...

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BC health officials report 30 new coronavirus cases

BC health officials report 30 new coronavirus cases

Health officials now say that the curve of B.C.'s COVID-19 case rate is now trending upwards, and the province could face an explosion of new cases. Bonnie Henry said 70 cases have been linked to even...

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One more person with Covid-19 has died, 17 new confirmed cases

One more person with Covid-19 has died, 17 new confirmed cases

Overnight, some 17 more cases of coronavirus have been reported in Ireland. The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has reported that one person with Covid-19 has died. "I appreciate how hard it...

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NewsAlert: Ottawa, N.S. announce mass shooting review by three-person panel

NewsAlert: Ottawa, N.S. announce mass shooting review by three-person panel

The shooting , where a gunman posing as a police officer went on a rampage for 13 hours on 18-19 April, is the deadliest in Canada's modern history. Critics were quick to point out that the panel w...

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Coronavirus vaccine | Pfizer’s United States deal sets price cap for other manufacturers

Coronavirus vaccine | Pfizer’s United States deal sets price cap for other manufacturers

Trump's remarks came after the government committed $1.95 billion for 100 million doses of an experimental novel coronavirus vaccine being developed by U.S. Beatty said Pfizer "will not rely on tax...

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Naveen Patnaik wants Odisha to be on Covid vaccine priority list

Naveen Patnaik wants Odisha to be on Covid vaccine priority list

A coronavirus vaccine developed by the University of Oxford appears safe and induces a strong immune response within the body, scientists announced on Monday after the first phase of "promising" hum...

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Trump calls wearing a mask ‘patriotic’ hours before attending fundraiser without one

Trump calls wearing a mask ‘patriotic’ hours before attending fundraiser without one

Speaking at the first since the restart on Tuesday, Mr Trump adopted a more even tone than in some of his trademark robust exchanges with the White House reporting pack. "Anything that potentially can...

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Melbourne orders compulsory masks as Australia battles coronavirus

Melbourne orders compulsory masks as Australia battles coronavirus

State Premier Daniel Andrews reported this on Wednesday. The youngest is under nine. Of the total cases, 205 are now admitted in hospitals and 40 are in intensive care. "They have gone out shopp...

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