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There’s good news and bad news on covid-19 this week. Learn more by reading this article and listening to the latest version of Kaiser Health News' podcast 'What the Health?' which you can download online.
As was the case then, health experts are discouraging us from traveling and gathering in groups beyond our own individual households. While some will undoubtedly refuse to abide by the recommendations, we are, nonetheless, looking at a scaled down version this year, which I think might be a good thing. Call it “a correction,” like when the stock or real estate markets level off if things get a little too crazy.
A Santa Maria club invited local photographers to join the organization, encouraging them to participate in monthly online meetings and socially-distanced field trips.
There is no single reason to explain the rising cases. In some cases, more testing has revealed more cases. In others, local outbreaks are big enough to push statewide tallies higher. Get caught up on all the latest developments here.
A top World Health Organization expert has tried to clear up “misunderstandings” about comments she made that were widely understood to suggest that people without COVID-19 symptoms rarely transmit the coronavirus.
Where has civility gone?
As large parts of the U.S. ease their lockdowns, public health officials in some states are being accused of bungling or manipulating coronavirus statistics to make things look better than they are.
The Trump administration’s leading health experts will testify in a Senate hearing by a videoconference. Vice President Mike Pence self-isolated for the weekend after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Here's a look at what's ahead in coronavirus news this week.