Local COVID-19 Updates
I spent lunch sitting in my car and watching a man on a lawn tractor coating the football field in Maynard with fertizer or something like that. Whatever he was doing, the field looks incredible. The grass is thick and Crayola green. It will look stunning in clumps pulled out of football facemasks.
Fayette County crossed the 300 mark in terms of COVID-19 cases confirmed since March.
Six cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed at Grandview Health Care Center, an Oelwein nursing home.
INDEPENDENCE – While the numbers are low, the Independence Community School District continues to report positive COVID-19 tests among staff and students in all of its learning centers, according to letters released to parents and community members since last Friday.
National COVID-19 Updates
Administrators in at least two Billings high schools have been asking educators to shuffle students in classrooms to avoid having them register as a close contact of potential COVID-19 positive cases, emails show.
The City Council voted late Tuesday 14-5 to reject a resolution urging the university to move classes online, shutter dorms and reconsider the upcoming football season.
Mask mandates imposed in two North Dakota cities will not prompt one in Bismarck, Mayor Steve Bakken said Tuesday as state health officials reported active cases of COVID-19 have surpassed 1,000 in Burleigh County and 6,000 statewide.
Washington County health officials urged local residents to continue to take precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as the county has seen a growing number of confirmed cases.
Health officials Tuesday asked people to do their part to stop the spread of the coronavirus as the region's hospitals admit more COVID-19 patients.
Nebraska is now ranked No. 5 in the nation in new cases per capita in the last seven days, trailing North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Wisconsin.
Despite a worsening COVID-19 case load in Yellowstone County, local schools have avoided becoming hubs for spreading the disease, school and health officials said Monday.
The Cayuga County Health Department reported 22 new COVID-19 cases in three days, including 13 on Monday — the most in a single day since the beginning of the pandemic.
Active cases of COVID-19 have climbed to a new high in North Dakota for a 12th straight day, and Burleigh County has two more deaths.
The number of Wisconsinites hospitalized with COVID-19 increased by 7 patients Sunday to 1,090 hospitalizations.