1. Anger in North Dakota after governor asks Covid-positive health workers to keep working  The Guardian
  2. Covid-19: North Dakota and Belgium have let infected health staff work on wards  The BMJ
  3. Have you lost a loved one to COVID-19 in a North Dakota nursing home?  INFORUM
  4. COVID-19 hospitalizations remain high as North Dakota waits to see impacts of new mask mandate  Grand Forks Herald
  5. Monday: 14.2% daily rate; 8,179 tests, 1089 positive, 7 deaths  KFYR-TV
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Authorities in Belgium and the US state of North Dakota are allowing healthcare workers with covid-19 back to work, claiming that staff shortages necessitated the move. On 9 November the state health officer of North Dakota signed an order specifically exempting healthcare workers from a statewide requirement that people who have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 isolate at home for 10 days.1 “Health care workers are exempt from this order solely for purposes of working in a covid unit within a licensed health care facility,” the order states. The governor of North Dakota, Doug Burgum, said at a press conference that he wasn’t …

Covid-19: North Dakota and Belgium have let infected health staff work on wards | The BMJ

We're writing a story about nursing homes in North Dakota that have suffered major COVID-19 outbreaks. We know there are more than 400 grieving families who lost loved ones to the virus in nursing homes. We think their stories could really shed light on the devastation this issue causes in a way that numbers cannot. We're writing a story about nursing homes in North Dakota that have suffered major COVID-19 outbreaks. We know there are more than 400 grieving families who lost loved ones to the virus in nursing homes. We think their stories could really shed light on the devastation this issue causes in a way that numbers cannot.

Have you lost a loved one to COVID-19 in a North Dakota nursing home? | INFORUM

About 10,900 people are currently infected with the virus in North Dakota, according to the Department of Health. About 10,900 people are currently infected with the virus in North Dakota, according to the Department of Health.

COVID-19 hospitalizations remain high as North Dakota waits to see impacts of new mask mandate | Grand Forks Herald

The North Dakota Department of Health is confirming 1,089 new cases of COVID-19 along with 7 more deaths in the stateThe North Dakota Department of Health is confirming 1,089 new cases of COVID-19 along with 7 more deaths in the state

1,089 new Covid cases, 7 more deaths in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota health officials are reporting a new high in the number of hospitalizations due to COVID-19, following a weekend in which the state enacted new measures in an effort to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum late Friday announced the restrictions, including ordering the […]BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota health officials are reporting a new high in the number of hospitalizations due to COVID-19, following a weekend in which the state enacted new measures in an eff…

Virus hospitalizations reach high with new measures in place | KX NEWS

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Monday: 14.2% daily rate; 8,179 tests, 1089 positive, 7 deaths

Coronavirus-related hospitalizations reached another high in North Dakota on Monday, as new statewide measures took effect aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, and keeping hospitals, schools and the economyCoronavirus-related hospitalizations reached another high in North Dakota on Monday, as new statewide measures took effect aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, and keeping hospitals, schools and the economy

COVID-19 hospitalizations hit new high in North Dakota as new state prevention measures take effect | Local news for Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota | bismarcktribune.com

FARGO, ND — North Dakota Department of Health reported 10 additional deaths Sunday from COVID-19. There are currently 11,124 active cases in the state, 187 were reported since Saturday. North Dakota has 322 people hospitalized with COVID-19. BY THE NUMBERS  8,049 – Total Tests from Yesterday* 1,008,066 – Total tests completed since the pandemic began   935 – Positive Individuals from Yesterday*****  63,796 – Total positive individuals...

North Dakota has 11,124 active COVID-19 cases - KVRR Local News