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Nine new deaths reported 264 new COVID-19 cases on NETN Tuesday | WJHL.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Tennessee Department of Health reported 264 new COVID-19 cases, nine new deaths and 732 new inactive or recovered patients in northeastern Tennessee as of the day. Tuesday Two new deaths were reported in the Greene, Hawkins and Unicoi counties, while one new death was reported in each Carter, Sullivan and Washington districts.There were no new …

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More than 30,000 Texas have died from the coronavirus. Dallas County posted 3,549 records.

Updated at 4:20 p.m.: Edited to include state-wide information Dallas County reported 3,549 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday and 14 additional deaths.Meanwhile, the number of processes killed by the virus exceeded 30,000, according to state data. Hospital visits both in Dallas County and across the state also set new highs, with the latter rising 14,000 for the first time. Nine …

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The new COVID-19 treatment is now available in Tennessee.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WRKN) – A new treatment called Monoclonal Antibody Treatment is now available in Tennessee for COVID-19, and Governor Bill Lee is urging Tennessee residents to test positive for COVID-19 contact. Their health care provider immediately asks for a therapy. “We had them very effective, especially during this time before we were vaccinated for our aging population,” Lee said. …

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COVID-19 monitoring in Alaska: One death has been reported, and 159 new cases were reported Tuesday.

We are making this important information available without a public subscription. But we depend on our readers’ support to do this work. Please consider supporting independent journalism in Alaska for just $ 1.99 for the first month of your subscription. The victim was an Anchorage man in his 1970s, the health department said. The data did not yet reflect the …

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Committee receives updates on county COVID-19 response | News

The District Supervisory Board received the first update of the year regarding the region’s response to COVID-19.This is the first public briefing on COVID-19 for three new board members sworn in. Their last week The committee voted to increase enforcement of businesses and operations that fail to safely reopen plans and expand the Great Plates Delivery program, which offers free …

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Santa Clara County Warns About Wrong Message for Vaccine Registration

Residents of Santa Clara County on Tuesday may receive a message stating that local medical providers have a “special” COVID-19 vaccine and must register to schedule an appointment. According to the county, these messages originated from “Unofficial resources” and health care providers continue to vaccinate residents of the state’s Phase 1A vaccination, including health care workers and long-term care residents. …

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Martha Stewart denied that she ‘Jumping the line’ for COVID-19 vaccine

Martha Stewart received the first COVID-19 vaccine and she fired back against those accusing her of skipping the line. The 79-year-old lifestyle icon shared a video of herself getting vaccinated Monday, writing in a lengthy caption: “Today I was vaccinated in a designated vaccine pod near the Martha Stewart Center for Living in Mount. Sinai Downtown, I am very proud, …

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65+ Oregon residents and educators getting vaccinated soon.

Salem Minerals – Oregon residents 65 and older will soon line up for the COVID-19 vaccine with educators. Changes in the state’s plan for further stage distribution came after receiving new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many in this high-risk group called for the opportunity to be vaccinated, as the state previously planned to focus on …

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The Kate Brown government has announced that Oregon residents aged 65 and over and teachers can be vaccinated against COVID-19 since Jan. 23.

Under pressure from federal officials, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday that she would allow all Oregonians aged 65 and older to be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination from Jan. 23. In her own accord, Brown also said she would allow preschool and K-12 preschool staff to start vaccination along with a senior group. Brown’s decision to expand vaccination to …

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Oregon Gov. Kate Brown speeds up the timeline for some of the COVID-19 vaccinations.

The Oregon Government Kate Brown is accelerating the schedule to expand access to the COVID-19 vaccine to all people 65 and older, including child care providers and K-12 teachers and staff. The federal government announced Tuesday that it would release full vaccines to states instead of partial detention and lowering the eligibility age to 65. Brown responded on Tuesday evening …

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