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Third residents in the SLO county die after testing positive for COVID-19

A third San Luis Obispo County resident diagnosed with COVID-19 has died, according to the County Public Health Department. Health officials say the person was 61 years old, had significant underlying health conditions and lived in a care facility. The patient had reportedly been hospitalized with COVID-19 for about two weeks. San Luis Obispo County also reported 37 new cases …

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Whistleblower is similar to the transfer of coronavirus to “used smoke”, suggests stores, restaurants mandate masks

Of all the mysteries that remain about COVID-19, how accurate it spreads is arguably the most controversial. Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization claim that it is transmitted mainly through large respiratory drops, and rarely via surfaces (which were initially very disturbing). But this week, in a letter to the WHO, 239 scientists …

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COVID-19: 673 new cases reported with three more deaths in Oklahoma | Local

State officials reported Wednesday that 673 more Oklahomans were infected by the potentially fatal airway infection and that another three had died from it. There have been 407 deaths from COVID-19 in Oklahoma since late March and 17,883 infections since early March. Tuesday marked the highest day yet for daily reporting of new infections. Wednesday marked the second highest day. …

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Kill Lysol, Microban 24 coronavirus? Cleaning products to look for

CLOSE Jeremy Powers, owner of Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services, provides advice on disinfecting shared spaces at the age of COVID-19. Cincinnati Enquirer Lysol is the first surface disinfectant approved by the Environmental Protection Agency to eradicate the corona virus, the agency announced this week. But if you still can’t find Lysol, there are more cleaning products to choose from. …

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White House expert, researchers see COVID-19 cases in Arizona leveling

GLENDALE, Ariz. – One of the nation’s coronavirus hotspots got a lot of good news on July 8 when two health experts said that an exponential increase in the proportion of people testing the virus in Arizona appears to have leveled off. Dr. Joshua LaBaer of Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute hardened the news with a warning that the state’s …

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Ventura County adopts surge plans with ICUs complete with COVID-19 patients

A flood plan for coronavirus hospitals is in place in Ventura County after emergency clinics and intensive care units have been filled. During a media review on Wednesday, Ventura County Executive Director Michael Powers said when he asked hospital staff if their facilities were filled, they said they were already full. “It just goes to say that even in a …

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Not enough coronavirus testing in California, Sacramento

Bottlenecks in the supply chain for coronavirus test kits slow California’s efforts to identify new cases of COVID-19, raising alarms among virus experts who say it comes at a critical moment amid a sharp increase in cases and hospitalizations. Officials in California and around the country say that rising demand for tests has once again overwhelmed laboratory work and is …

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Two health experts say Arizona coronavirus cases are leveled

(UPMC via AP) GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) – One of the nation’s coronavirus hotspots got a sliver of good news Wednesday when two health experts said an exponential increase in the proportion of people testing positive for the virus in Arizona appears to have leveled out. Dr. Joshua LaBaer of Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute hardened the news with a warning …

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Woman in 20s, man in 40s without underlying health condition among 16 new coronavirus deaths in Dallas County – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 1,029 additional positive cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total case in Dallas County to 29,160. The county also confirmed another 16 deaths, giving a total of 426. Among the most recent victims was a 20-year-old Grand Prairie woman who had been critically ill at a hospital in the …

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