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An outbreak in Switzerland is linked to two yodeling concerts. Hawaii is easing restrictions.An outbreak in Switzerland is linked to two yodeling concerts. Hawaii is easing restrictions.

American minorities have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19  - and the share of Hispanic people dying of the disease in the US has only grown, from 16.3% to 26.4% over the summer, the CDC found.American minorities have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19  - and the share of Hispanic people dying of the disease in the US has only grown, from 16.3% to 26.4% over the summer, the CDC found.

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Halloween hasn’t even come and gone and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are already ahead of their holiday guideline game. They’ve released their suggestions for having a safe and hopefully COVID-free Thanksgiving, but hardcore bargain Black Friday shoppers may be a bit disappointed in this year’s list of CDC-approved activities. The CDC has broken up the usual turkey day activities into three tiers: lower risk, moderate risk, and higher risk. The lower risk activities all have one thing in common: They all can be done in the comfort of your own home, alone or with the people you already see every day. Having a small dinner with the folks in your household, watching sports in your living room, saying hello to long-distance family via Zoom — all okay. Moderate risk activities take things up a notch, like having an outdoor dinner with others, visiting pumpkin patches and orchards, and attending small outdoor sporting events that have safety precautions in place. We assume that means masks on, six feet of breathing room enforced, hand sanitizer at the read. What that means for your family’s annual game of touch football is open to interpretation. The highest risk activities are what you’d expect — crowded parties and large family meals. But the CDC is also coming for Black Friday shopping and Thanksgiving 5ks. No shopping in crowded stores, they say, trying to soften the blow by not saying Black Friday directly but instead calling out the days “just before, on, or after Thanksgiving.” No participating in or watching a crowded race. No boozing it up, lest the alcohol cloud your judgment on mask-wearing. The CDC also advises against attending crowded parades, which made me wonder whether the Thanksgiving Day Parade is going to be on this year. A quick Google indicates that it’s going to look a little different, but imagine how eerie it would be to watch those giant balloons cruise down a street that’s totally devoid of spectators. The bright side? You probably won’t be dragged to attend your partner’s family 5k on Thanksgiving morning this year, and Cyber Monday shopping is still on. It’s the little things. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The CDC Says "No Screaming" This HalloweenShop Prime Day & Get A Leg Up On Your Gift ListsCDC Said COVID-19 Was Airborne — Then Hit ReverseHalloween hasn’t even come and gone and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are already ahead of their holiday guideline game. They’ve released their suggestions for having a safe and hopefully COVID-free Thanksgiving, but hardcore bargain Black Friday shoppers may be a bit disappointed in this year’s list of CDC-approved activities. The CDC has broken up the usual turkey day activities into three tiers: lower risk, moderate risk, and higher risk. The lower risk activities all have one thing in common: They all can be done in the comfort of your own home, alone or with the people you already see every day. Having a small dinner with the folks in your household, watching sports in your living room, saying hello to long-distance family via Zoom — all okay. Moderate risk activities take things up a notch, like having an outdoor dinner with others, visiting pumpkin patches and orchards, and attending small outdoor sporting events that have safety precautions in place. We assume that means masks on, six feet of breathing room enforced, hand sanitizer at the read. What that means for your family’s annual game of touch football is open to interpretation. The highest risk activities are what you’d expect — crowded parties and large family meals. But the CDC is also coming for Black Friday shopping and Thanksgiving 5ks. No shopping in crowded stores, they say, trying to soften the blow by not saying Black Friday directly but instead calling out the days “just before, on, or after Thanksgiving.” No participating in or watching a crowded race. No boozing it up, lest the alcohol cloud your judgment on mask-wearing. The CDC also advises against attending crowded parades, which made me wonder whether the Thanksgiving Day Parade is going to be on this year. A quick Google indicates that it’s going to look a little different, but imagine how eerie it would be to watch those giant balloons cruise down a street that’s totally devoid of spectators. The bright side? You probably won’t be dragged to attend your partner’s family 5k on Thanksgiving morning this year, and Cyber Monday shopping is still on. It’s the little things. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The CDC Says "No Screaming" This HalloweenShop Prime Day & Get A Leg Up On Your Gift ListsCDC Said COVID-19 Was Airborne — Then Hit Reverse

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Updates to the data can be expected to cause the counts to increase rather than decrease.Updates to the data can be expected to cause the counts to increase rather than decrease.

US data show notable increase in deaths in 2020 over same period during prior years | My Ferndale News

Covid-19 modeler: 'No, it's not over. The worst is still to come unfortunately.' - Nation Online

Black and Hispanic Americans were disproportionately more likely to die of COVID-19 during the spring and summer months, a new indicator that the coronavirus’s toll is falling most heavily on underserved and minority communities.Black and Hispanic Americans were disproportionately more likely to die of COVID-19 during the spring and summer months, a new indicator that the coronavirus’s toll is falling most heavily on

CDC: Blacks, Hispanics dying of COVID-19 at disproportionately high rates | TheHill

Black and Hispanic Americans were disproportionately more likely to die of COVID-19 during the spring and summer months, a new indicator that the coronavirus’s toll is falling most heavily on underserved and minority communities.Black and Hispanic Americans were disproportionately more likely to die of COVID-19 during the spring and summer months, a new indicator that the coronavirus’s toll is falling most heavily on

CDC: Blacks, Hispanics dying of COVID-19 at disproportionately high rates | TheHill

Hispanics and black Americans are dying proportionately because of Govt-19, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionHispanics and black Americans are dying proportionately because of Govt-19, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Hispanics and blacks died at a higher rate in the summer from Govt-19

A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds older adults and minorities are being disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 deaths. Researchers analyzed 114,411 COVID-19-associated deaths from May through August, finding 51. 3% were non-Hispanic whites, 24. 2% Hispanic or Latino, and 18. 7% non-Hispanic black. Among the 114,411 analyzed, 78. 2% of deaths were 65-years-old or older.A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds older adults and minorities are being disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 deaths. Researchers analyzed 114,411 COVID-19-associated deaths from May through August, finding 51. 3% were non-Hispanic whites, 24. 2% Hispanic or Latino, and 18. 7% non-Hispanic black. Among the 114,411 analyzed, 78. 2% of deaths were 65-years-old or older.

CDC: Older adults, minorities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 deaths | WZTV

CDC: Older adults, minorities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 deaths

The US CDC predicts 240,000 deaths from Covid-19 by November 7The US CDC predicts 240,000 deaths from Covid-19 by November 7

The US CDC predicts 240,000 deaths from Covid-19 by November 7

The US CDC predicts 240,000 Covid-19 deaths by November 7The US CDC predicts 240,000 Covid-19 deaths by November 7

The US CDC predicts 240,000 Covid-19 deaths by November 7

HONOLULU — About 8,000 people landed in Hawaii on the first day of a pre-travel testing program.HONOLULU — About 8,000 people landed in Hawaii on the first day of a pre-travel testing program.

The Latest: Hawaii welcomes visitors with pre-travel test | Govt-and-politics | nwitimes.com

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin broke the record for new positive coronavirus cases on Friday for the third time in a week as a surge that began in early September shows no signs of abating.MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin broke the record for new positive coronavirus cases on Friday for the third time in a week as a surge that began in early September shows no signs of abating.

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MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin broke the record for new positive coronavirus cases on Friday for the third time in a week as a surge that began in early September shows no signs of abating. The state also hit record highs for daily deaths and hospitalizations this week as a third lawsuit was filed arguing that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers had overstepped his authority by issuing public health emergencies and implementing a statewide mask mandate and capacity limits for bars and restaurants. Evers on Friday launched a television ad criticizing Republicans for inaction, and the state’s second-largest

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New Mexico health officials have confirmed the state set another single-day record with 819 COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total to 35,770 since the pandemic beganNew Mexico health officials have confirmed the state set another single-day record with 819 COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total to 35,770 since the pandemic began

The Latest: New Mexico sets another one-day COVID-19 record

A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that Hispanic and black Americans are dying at a disproportionate rateA new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that Hispanic and black Americans are dying at a disproportionate rate

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Hispanics and Black Americans are dying disproportionately often due to Covid-19, a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control andHispanics and Black Americans are dying disproportionately often due to Covid-19, a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and

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