New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed In Clare; 686 Nationally

26 Février, 2021, 14:25 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
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So far, 96 county residents have died of COVID-19.

Allegheny County on Wednesday reported 24 new coronavirus deaths and 250 additional coronavirus cases. This brings their pandemic totals up to 12,802 cases, and 12,533 recoveries, with 141 cases remaining active.

Students returned to in-class instruction on February 8 and since that time there have been a number of positive test results confirmed at area schools, including two more on Tuesday.

The Health Protection Surveillance Centre has today been notified of one additional death related to COVID-19.

The number of COVID-19 cases in South Dakota rose to 111,546 (212 new - 167 confirmed plus 45 probable) as of midday Tuesday, according to the South Dakota Department of Health.

There has been one positive case of a COVID-19 variant in Brantford-Brant.

Since the beginning of the year, the number of cases among students and school workers has increased, with about 400 new cases reported in the week ending February 18.

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So far, 762,089 Minnesotans have received at least one vaccine dose, which accounts for 13.7% of the state's population, according to a Minnesota Department of Health estimate.

"Last week, we delivered approximately 80,000 vaccines".

State data also show only about 3% of people fully vaccinated are Hispanic or Latino, compared to almost 72% who aren't and about 25% for which no ethnicity data was given.

There is also a community outbreak in Grand River Foods. CCHD Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Director Renee Quallen said she thinks a lot of the nursing students appreciate the significance of what public health workers do.

"Vaccinating our entire population is a monumental task that must account for the diversity of our geography and our population", they said.

"The taking of samples from close contacts can be prioritised for close contacts with symptoms or those from high-risk groups", he said.

The amount of inspections of local food service facilities that the county health department is required to conduct was reduced by the state because of the COVID workload, he said.

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