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Changes in COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths will guide state's decisions, officials say

1 month ago   |   By WMUR

As New Hampshire officials try to plan for the coming months of the COVID-19 pandemic, they said their decisions will continue to be made based on the available data.
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‘We've Suffered A Lot, We've Learned A Lot': Minnesota Approaches A Year Of COVID

‘We've Suffered A Lot, We've Learned A Lot': Minnesota Approaches A Year Of COVID

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - We are approaching one year since the COVID-19 virus changed everything.
The first case of the virus in Minnesota was confirmed on March 6, 2020.
On this date just one year ago, there had only been five Minnesotans tested for COVID-19 and the state's testing capacity was working up to 100 people a day.
Fast forward to today, when the state is capable of doing tens of thousands of tests each day.
“We've suffered a lot, we've learned a lot and we are in a much better place today,” Minnesota Department of Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm said Tuesday.
A year ago, no one had died...
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Hospitals mark 1 year on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic in NH

Hospitals mark 1 year on front lines of COVID-19 pandemic in NH

1 month ago   |   By WMUR

The first case of COVID-19 in New Hampshire was confirmed one year ago, and since then, hospitals have been on the front line of the pandemic.
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3-year-old boy hit, killed by car driven by 13-year-old girl in Maine

3-year-old boy hit, killed by car driven by 13-year-old girl in Maine

A 3-year-old boy was hit and killed by a car driven by a 13-year-old girl Wednesday, according to the Gorham Police Department. Read more ...

Who is Jonathan Pentland? Army sergeant charged with shoving a black man

Who is Jonathan Pentland? Army sergeant charged with shoving a black man

The South Carolina soldier who was caught on video shoving and threatening a young black man for being "in the wrong neighborhood" is Jonathan Pentland, a high-ranking sergeant... Read more ...

Ivanka Trump breaks social media silence, posts photos getting COVID-19 vaccine

Ivanka Trump breaks social media silence, posts photos getting COVID-19 vaccine

Ivanka Trump broke her almost three-month social media silence to post a photo of her getting a COVID-19 vaccine. Read more ...

France's controversial ‘global security' bill that sparked widespread...

France's controversial ‘global security' bill that sparked widespread protests adopted by parliament

The French parliament has passed a controversial bill on “global security” and its heavily criticized provision on penalizing the malicious dissemination of images of the... Read more ...

Biden declares Russia threat ‘national emergency,' lobs sanctions

Biden declares Russia threat ‘national emergency,' lobs sanctions

President Biden on Thursday signed an executive order declaring a “national emergency” over the threat from Russia, as his administration slapped new sanctions on the country... Read more ...

Jose Abreu's awkward play saved Carlos Rodon's no-hitter

Jose Abreu's awkward play saved Carlos Rodon's no-hitter

Carlos Rodon lost his perfect game in the ninth inning, and he nearly lost the no-hitter altogether. Indians outfielder Josh Naylor led off the final inning with a slow tapper... Read more ...

U.S. expels 10 Russian diplomats, imposes new round of sanctions

U.S. expels 10 Russian diplomats, imposes new round of sanctions

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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez confirm split: We're better as ‘friends'

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez confirm split: We're better as ‘friends'

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have confirmed that their engagement is over and they are "better as friends." Read more ...

Europe's COVID-19 death toll tops 1 million as new cases rise: WHO

Europe's COVID-19 death toll tops 1 million as new cases rise: WHO

Europe has surpassed 1 million deaths from COVID-19, a top official from the World Health Organization said Thursday. The grim death toll comes as the 51-country region... Read more ...

Months after hack, US poised to announce sanctions on Russia

Months after hack, US poised to announce sanctions on Russia

WASHINGTON - The Biden administration is preparing to announce sanctions in response to a massive Russian hacking campaign that breached vital federal agencies, as well as for... Read more ...