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This month, Sacramento County aims to approve dinner modifications

Mr Gavin News announced on Tuesday guidelines that restaurants should follow before they are allowed to offer dinner services. The guidelines are broad in scope and rely on counties to decide on the best way forward. However, each county must meet state criteria in order to be approved. Sacramento County is among more than two dozen counties that are currently …

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More than 80 children in New York have coronavirus inflammatory syndrome, says Mayor de Blasio

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is announcing new rules for restaurants, bars, cafes that serve only export and delivery, movie theaters, gyms that are closing due to the COVID-19 epidemic in the town hall. Lev Radin Pacific Press LightRocket via Getty Images Health officials in New York City have identified 30 additional children with pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome, with …

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Experts are worried about the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on people with mental health

The coronavirus pandemic has left long and unfinished damage across the country, with tens of thousands dead and millions facing economic devastation. This era of unprecedented insecurity is exacerbated by social distancing guidelines, which can work to prevent the spread of the virus, but also leave many people alone. Experts and officials have expressed concern about how this crisis period …

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Coronavirus epidemic visits Maruchan instant noodle factory in Virginia

At least seven workers at a shoulder walnut factory in Virginia are in quarantine after being tested positive for coronavirus, according to local media reports. The Chesterfield plant, about 15 miles south of Richmond, continues to operate, according to WRIC-TV in Richmond. “After the detection of the infections, we performed a deep cleaning on the basis of [Centers for Disease …

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Do you think you had COVID-19? Antibody tests are available

DETROIT – You had a mysterious virus in January or February that coincided with many of the symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) and now you are curious if you had it. The antibody test is easily accessible to see if you have had the disease. Connected: University of Michigan researchers advance production of new COVID-19 antibody test For example, all Beaumont …

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The CDC will warn doctors to look for a syndrome in children that may be associated with coronavirus

The syndrome, marked by constant fever, inflammation, poor function in one or more organs and other shock-like symptoms, was first reported by New York officials. More countries have started reporting diagnoses of the syndrome this week. An unofficial panel of pediatricians organized by Boston Children’s Hospital called the mysterious disease “Pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome potentially associated with COVID-19.” The CDC …

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The practice of the Washington State Choir considers the coronavirus a “widespread event,” the report said.

Get all the latest coronavirus news and more delivered every day in your inbox. Register here The choir’s practice in Washington, D.C., in which a symptomatic person infects nearly 87 percent of those present, is officially considered an “overdistribution event,” according to a report released Tuesday. Of the 61 Skagit Valley Chorale members who attended the 2 1/2 hour practice …

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The video conspiracy theory of the virus shows the challenges of big technology

CHICAGO (AP) – One by one, technology companies in Silicon Valley were ashamed to shoot a cleverly produced video of a discredited researcher dealing with various conspiracy theories about the coronavirus. It was all too late. The 26-minute documentary-style video, called “Plandemic,” in which vaccine activist Judy Mikovic promotes a number of dubious, false, and potentially dangerous theories about coronavirus, …

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New coronavirus data show West Salem hotspot, plus more infections in severely affected Oregon neighborhoods

The epidemic at a nursing home in West Salem led to the single-largest weekly jump in reported coronavirus infections across Oregon, according to an analysis of the state’s newly discovered data from The Oregonian / OregonLive. The number of coronavirus infections reported in zip code 97304 doubled from 30 to 63 for the week ending Sunday. (See Oregon coronavirus infection …

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Coronavirus infection at the Meijer Distribution Center was associated with 62 cases

CLOSE As the coronavirus spreads, people become more cautious and creative with their social interactions. USA TODAY DELTA TWP. – The outbreak of COVID-19 in various buildings in the Meijer distribution center complex in the city of Delta is related to 62 cases in four counties. The distribution center remains open while the Barry-Eaton County Department investigates the outbreak, Health …

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