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Kentucky Sheriff, family tests positive for COVID-19

Sheriff Norman Chaffins said he believed his family had contracted the virus in late June while traveling to Wyoming and Montana. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Grayson County sheriff, Norman Chaffins, has confirmed that he and his family have tested positive for coronavirus. Chaffins shared his experience of fighting the virus on Sunday in a long Facebook post. He said he …

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Clusters continue to emerge across Oahu. 6 positive cases hit the Pearl City Nursing Home

HONOLULU (KHON2) – Another COVID-19 cluster has been confirmed at the Pearl City Nursing Home. On Sunday afternoon, July 12th, Dr. Scott Miscovich, president and founder of Premier Medical Group Hawaii, said there were six confirmed cases. Health experts said Hawaii will continue to see more clusters if people continue to gather in large groups and smaller areas. Dr. Miscovich …

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Coronavirus warning from Italy: The effects of COVID-19 could be worse than initially thought world news

According to researchers and doctors in northern Italy, the long-term effects of COVID-19 could be far worse than originally thought, even in people with a mild infection. Psychosis, insomnia, kidney disease, spinal infections, strokes, chronic fatigue and mobility problems have been identified in previous cases Corona virus Patients in Lombardy, the worst affected region in the country. Doctors warn that …

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While the United States is dealing with viruses, the number of record cases in Florida is increasing

ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (AP) – When the United States struggled with the worst outbreak of coronavirus in the world, Florida reached a dismal milestone on Sunday, breaking the national record for the greatest increase in positive cases in one day in one state. Virus deaths have also increased in the United States, particularly in the south and west, although they …

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The Australian pub cluster increases fears of the second wave coronavirus

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s most populous state reported 14 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. A growing cluster in a pub used by freight drivers traveling the country is increasing fears of a second national wave of viruses. FILE PHOTO: A key employee disinfects surfaces after locking restrictions were introduced in July 10, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia in response to …

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What doctors say about children and COVID-19

President Donald Trump is urging state and local officials to reopen schools in the fall, although coronavirus infections are increasing nationwide. Experts say that resuming personal instruction brings significant social benefits. However, they warn that schools need to weigh them against potential risks in order to create a safe learning environment for students, teachers and administrators. There is evidence that …

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