Monthly Archives: August 2020

Coronavirus in California: State plan to reopen

Good morning On Friday, more than a month after the state ordered the reopening of most indoor businesses, Governor Gavin News unveiled a second attempt at an expanded plan to recreate California. “We’ve learned a lot in the last month,” Mr. News said. Gone is the county’s “monitoring list” system, …

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The U.S. left behind 6 million coronavirus cases

Cell phone location data can be useful when it comes to predicting future trends in comidd-19 cases, according to new research published Monday in the journal JMI Internal Medicine. “Perhaps the most important observation of this study was that a decrease in activity in the workplace, transport stations and retail …

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