BC health officials report record-high 589 new coronavirus cases on Friday

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The university's model projects that in two weeks - in this case, by November 20 - KU's daily case count will sit at around seven new cases per day.

There are 3,741 active cases of COVID-19 in the province, and 13,035 people who tested positive have recovered.

At least two children under the age of 2 years old were identified as probable cases this week, according to the Malone Telegram.

The U.S. reported more than 434,000 new cases from October 17-23, broke the single -week record with 561,199 new cases last week and shattered that record with 689,859 new COVID-19 cases in the last seven days, according to the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Dashboard.

BC Health Officials will be holding a news conference tomorrow (Saturday) at 1 pm, Henry added, "As we have done with many sectors, public health teams are continually reviewing the guidance and working with individual business owners to help navigate the challenges of COVID-19 and continue to operate safely". The total for the county is now 1,347 cases, with 245 cases currently active. The staff member lives in Clinton County, so the case won't be tracked by Essex County but Clinton County.

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The number of coronavirus cases in the county started to spike last month. The county also had two high-risk outbreaks this week, and the goal is to have one or none.

Island Health has confirmed a total of 286 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began.

In September, Henry said that a test positive rate above five per cent would indicate community transmission that would be concerning. "Lives are at stake", Gov. Kate Brown said. That's why we have the third lowest positivity rate in the country.

"Too many of us are doing too much with too little consideration of the consequences of our actions on others", Duchin said. "Wear masks, wash your hands, adhere to social distancing rules, and enforce the public health guidelines that are there to save lives".

MDH says they has completed over 3-million COVID-19 tests statewide. That's an increase of 54% from the average two weeks earlier, the Times reported.

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