Tag Archives: COVID-19

New Study Finds Coronavirus More Likely To Be Contracted At Home

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A new study has discovered that people are more likely to contract coronavirus at home from their own families. The study conducted between January 20th and March 27th by South Korean epidemiologists was published in the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on July 16th. These new findings …

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NFL Agrees To Conduct Daily COVID-19 Testing For The First 2 Weeks Of Training Camp Following Safety Complaints From Players

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Written by @kristenshylin_ As football season creeps right around the corner with no vaccine in sight, family safety has been a growing concern among players. On Sunday, NFL players flooded social media with the hashtag #WeWantToPlay, expressing their frustration of putting their family’s health at risk. Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell …

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28 Family Members Contract Coronavirus, Father Dies

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Written by: @kristenshylin_ A 60-year-old man, Vidal Garay, died the day before Father’s Day ahead of a celebration with his family, according to The Central Valley Business Journal. Vidal’s wife, Norma Garay, said she wished it was all a bad nightmare as she described the loss of her partner. Norma’s …

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CDC Expands Guidelines on Americans At Risk Of Severe COVID-19

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On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention widened its warnings regarding individuals who are at risk of developing a severe case of COVID-19, claiming that younger people who are obese or live with other health conditions can become seriously ill if contracted. The agency hopes to influence the …

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Coronavirus Numbers Spike In Multiple States Over The Weekend

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There were large spikes in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations this weekend in multiple states. Oklahoma, California, Mississippi, South, and Florida are among the states that saw a surge in COVID-19 cases since easing up on stay-at-home orders. On Sunday, Oklahoma saw a record jump of 78 cases, bringing the state’s …

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