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TDH reports four new deaths, 153 new cases in northeastern Tennessee | WJHL

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Tennessee Department of Health reported 112,657 confirmed cases and 1,441 probable cases of COVID-19 in the state on Wednesday, an increase of a total of 1,657 cases since Tuesday. The health department also reported 1,104 confirmed deaths, 5,001 hospitalizations and 75,550 recoveries. More than 1.6 million coronavirus tests have been administered. On Tuesday, TDH reported …

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Georgia surpasses 200,000 COVID-19 cases, the fifth US state does

ATLANTA – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Georgia exceeded 200,000 on Wednesday. The Georgia Department of Public Health reports 201,713 total cases as of 3 p.m. Wednesday. That is a 24-hour change of 3,765. Over the past month, the fall has increased sharply. About 52% of all new cases have been added in the last month, an increase …

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The man wakes up from a coma to find coronavirus killed his family

Scott Miller woke up from his coma and found that his family had died of coronavirus. (BBC) A man who was in a three-week coma while battling the coronavirus woke up to discover that the disease had killed both his mother and her partner. Scott Miller, 43, was struck by COVID-19 in March after his 76-year-old mother Norma tested positive …

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Warp Speed ​​adviser says media critics slow down coronavirus

“I am amazed that I am being personally attacked in a way that sincerely distracts my energy and energy from all the teams we work together to deliver, and therefore reduces our chances or the speed with which we try to help humanity and the country resolve and take. address this issue, “Slaoui said on the podcast, released on Friday. …

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APH will again allow asymptomatic individuals to receive COVID-19 testing; test results come back faster

AUSTIN (KXAN) – Austin Public Health officials said on Wednesday that they will “lower the threshold” for COVID-19 testing to allow asymptomatic people to be tested at its sites again. Dr. Mark Escott, the area’s temporary health authority, said there are plenty of test options available, and they see a reduction in people signing up for tests on the agency’s …

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Local patients injected in trials with Modernes COVID-19 vaccine candidate

Local volunteers have received their first injections in the large, final stage of a COVID-19 vaccine candidate created by the Cambridge-based Modern and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. A spokesman for Brigham and Women’s Hospital, one of dozens of sites conducting the Phase 3 trial, confirmed on Wednesday that doctors there had administered the first injections to volunteers. …

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US Coronavirus Testing Drops As Deaths Mount

U.S. coronavirus testing drops even as infections remain high and death rates rise by more than 1,000 per day, a worrying trend that officials attribute largely to Americans being discouraged from having to wait hours for a test and days or weeks for to find out the results. An Associated Press analysis found that the number of tests per day …

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