102 new cases, 3 deaths in Douglas County

Thursday COVID-19 Update Two More Outbreaks Reported In Hickory Metro New Cases Added In All Counties

Los Angeles County Coronavirus Update: New Cases Skyrocket As Test Positivity Rate Hits 11.6 Percent

Riley County has had a total of 325 positive COVID-19 test results overall, with 232 test results now pending, and 3,125 test coming back negative for COVID-19.

About 77 percent of those infected have recovered, the state health department said.

The Pottawattamie County Public Health Department has reported an additional death related to COVID-19.

Of the county's 88 total confirmed cases, 78 have met Kansas Department of Health and Environment recovery guidelines, the health department noted. And the number of hospitalizations are up. The number of daily of hospitalizations has steadily increased to over 1,900 since July 1.

India Surpasses Russia In Reported Coronavirus Infections
After Delhi comes Gujarat, where the COVID-19 figure stands at 36,858 cases with 26,323 patients recovered and 1,961 fatalities. India is also testing more, with almost 250,000 COVID-19 tests being administered daily, according to Heath Ministry data .

Trump's July 4 celebrations 'descending into chaos'
Trump began the short message by saying that July 4 is about many different things, "but more than anything else - freedom". Trump claimed without evidence during his Saturday remarks that 99% of coronavirus cases "are totally harmless".

Foreign students "must leave United States" if classes move online
Colleges too will likely feel the bite as the room and board/meal plan cash-cow that on-campus students represent runs dry. Department of Commerce, the report said foreign students contributed 44.7 billion dollars to the U.S. economy in 2018.

In southwest Pennsylvania, 19- to 24-year-olds accounted for approximately 5% of cases in April and more than 28% of cases so far in July. Plus, 862,641 Test Iowa assessments have been conducted - 3,018 in Marshall County. Tuesday marked California's 18th consecutive day of breaking the record for number of hospitalized people, with confirmed coronavirus infections.

On Tuesday, there were 1,753 people with confirmed coronavirus infections in California's intensive care units, a 71% increase compared with the number six weeks earlier, on May 26, when 1,026 coronavirus-infected patients were in the ICU.

She said the county is working to add more appointment times at existing test locations, and new sites will be opened over the next two to three weeks, particularly in areas with vulnerable populations.

The so-called positivity rate in L.A. County has more than doubled since late May. However, the percentage of positive results has been climbing, with an average of 11.6% of those getting tested turning out to have the virus over a recent seven-day period. Culver City today reports 232 infections, up by two from yesterday.

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