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14 grocery stores across Colorado have confirmed outbreaks of COVID-19 according to CDPHE data.

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KMBC Kansas City

Local leaders have started to reopen businesses after weeks of shutdown from the coronavirus.

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CNN

On the heels of studies showing hydroxychloroquine doesn't help patients in the hospital with Covid-19, a new study -- the first of its kind -- shows the drug doesn't work to prevent infection with the virus, either.

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Anchorage Daily News

The Kenai Peninsula continues to see more cases, including three Nikiski fire personnel who tested positive.

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WMTV

The number of COVID-19 tests recorded Wednesday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services exploded in the agency's latest daily update.

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CNN

There's no evidence that a daily aspirin should be taken by most adults in good cardiovascular health, according to a new review. The risk of a major bleeding event due to the drug's blood thinning effects outweighs the benefit, the research said.

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WIS10

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced the latest number of cases and deaths related to COVID-19 in the state.

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NBC News

Is there a Zoloft shortage? The FDA says some drug manufacturers are reporting shortages of the antidepressant Zoloft and its generic, sertraline.

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KY3

The individual was infectious and symptomatic at the time and was not wearing a face covering.

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New York Post

A top World Health Organization official had good news and bad news Wednesday — warning that there was a “definite threat” of another coronavirus outbreak but adding that the world would be better …

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CNN

The CDC warns that some people may be putting off getting emergency care for serious health conditions during the coronavirus pandemic -- and fewer visits for critical conditions could result in complications or even death.

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Forbes

These lightweight, mattifying options will protect you from the sun without weighing you down.

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Fox News

A German shepherd in New York has officially become the country’s first dog to test positive for the novel coronavirus, a federal agency said this week.

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Business Insider

A shield's much more comfortable and practical than a mask. It can blow off in a stiff wind, though, and it's not great for a run.

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WBAY

Wisconsin testing smashed a record again. Almost 300,000 people have now been tested in Wisconsin for the coronavirus.

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msnNOW

A study by the Netherlands' National Institute for Health published on Wednesday concluded that children under the age of 12 play little role in transmitting the new coronavirus.

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BBC News

The health select committee heard evidence suggesting coronavirus tests pick up 80% of infections.

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