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As KC saw a “dramatic increase” in COVID-19 cases, “Core 4” health officials issued a letter

“Fourth Nuclear” health officials including Jackson County, Johnson County, Kansas, Kansas City, Missouri, and Wyandotte Counties said on Friday that the spread of COVID-19 in the Kansas City metropolitan area is alarming. As the speed grows, they urge residents to take safety precautions seriously in a letter to help stop the spread of the disease. “As a group, we are …

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After holding a large high school party at Lee’s summit, health officials warned of the COVID-19 outbreak

Since June 27, this is the first COV-19 death in the hospital system. The health department is trying to track all possible situations related to house gatherings. Now, at least 200 participants have tested positive for the coronavirus. The health department stated that the cluster had a party relationship with the high school students in the neighboring Lee’s Summit Lakewood …

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Oregon reported 9 deaths from the coronavirus on Friday, which is the highest number of daily deaths in the state

This story is discontinued and will be updated. At a news conference in the morning, Pat Allen, director of the Oregon Department of Health, stated that the state recorded nine deaths from the coronavirus on Friday, the highest daily reported record. Allen also said that the state has also recorded 396 positive or presumptive COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number …

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Alabama reported 1,669 new coronavirus cases on Friday, causing 38 deaths

Alabama added 1,669 new coronavirus cases last Friday, one day after the daily number of new cases hit 2,283. Now, the seven-day average of new cases is 1,750, which is lower than the high of 1851 set last Sunday. [Can’t see the chart? Click here.] The Alabama Department of Public Health also reported 38 new coronavirus deaths-the state added at …

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Research identifies six different “types” of COVID-19

A new study Coronavirus diseaseBased on the data provided by the symptom tracker application, six different “types” of diseases were identified, involving different clusters of symptoms. This discovery may open up new possibilities for how doctors can better treat individual patients and predict the level of hospital care they will need. Researchers at King’s College London studied the data of …

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