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3 inmates of the OCCC, 4 positive corrective agents on coronavirus

Seven more people (three inmates and four adult correctional officers) tested positive for COVID-19 at the Oahu Community Correctional Center, the state Department of Public Safety announced today. Among inmates and staff, there are now 20 reported cases in DPS. Eleven are staff, including ten correctional officers and nine are inmates. COVID-19 cases are concentrated in the OCCC, where seven …

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Mongolian man dies of PLAJA BUBONNICA amid growing concern over possible outbreak – RT World News

A Mongolian man has died from bubonic plague, the country’s Ministry of Health has announced, reviving fears that the nation may experience a large-scale resurgence of the disease. The 42-year-old man from Khovd province in western Mongolia succumbed to the disease on Tuesday night. The Ministry of Health said the victim had bought two dead groundhogs, ground squirrels known to …

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Avoid dental cleanings and other routine visits to the dentist right now

article A child undergoes a dental procedure in Kotzebue, Alaska, on April 15, 2010. (US Air Force photo) NEW YORK – You should delay routine dental cleaning until the coronavirus pandemic is alleviated, according to new World Health Organization guidelines. Dentists, hygienists and other oral care providers have a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 and transmitting it to patients because …

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Another death of COVID, even as new cases of reduction of cities occur

The Tri-Cities area had another day of lower COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, continuing the decline in cases since early this summer. Benton County had 30 new cases and Franklin County and 17 new cases confirmed Tuesday by the Benton Franklin Health District, for a total of 47. This compares to an average of about 50 cases daily over the previous …

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The coronavirus can spread far beyond 6 feet in indoor spaces with poor ventilation

As students return to school, parents and teachers are increasingly concerned about how coronavirus it could spread, especially in buildings with insufficient ventilation. John Lednicky studies virus at the University of Florida. “There was a lot of controversy about the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 or not being transmitted over air routes,” Lednicky told CBS News. Analyzing the air samples in a …

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Latest coronavirus and COVID-19 numbers from Washington state

The Washington state health department on Tuesday reported 504 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 19 deaths. Pierce County reported 72 cases Tuesday and two new deaths. Pierce County had a total of 128 deaths caused by COVID-19 as of Tuesday, according to the Tacoma-Pierce County Department of Health. State totals of coronavirus disease are 64,151 cases and 1,716 deaths, …

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Coronavirus: Serious mental health problems escalate amid the pandemic

Image copyright Getty Images A group of NHS leaders say doctors are experiencing an increase in people with severe mental health difficulties. Then there was a drop of more than 30% in referrals to mental health services during the peak of the pandemic. But there are predictions that the recent rise will lead to demand exceeding pre-coronavirus levels, perhaps up …

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“A smoking gun”: Infectious coronavirus recovered from hospital air

Skeptics of the idea that coronavirus spreads through the air, including many World Health Organization expert advisers, have shown a missing piece of evidence: proof that floating respiratory droplets called aerosols contain live viruses, and not only fragments of genetic material. . Now a team of virologists and aerosol scientists has produced exactly that: confirmation of infectious viruses in the …

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The Nation wanted to eat again. Everyone has paid the price.

Experts say it can help keep outbreaks in restaurants, but only in places without widespread infections. “I like to think that because of the trace of contacts and the quarantine of close contacts, we still haven’t had big outbreaks in restaurants,” said Melissa Lunt, the director of nursing at the County Department of Health. Graham, Arizona. When workers were sick …

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