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Live updates: Coronavirus caseloads soar outside of hot spots as states report record numbers of fatalities

(Lynne Sladky/AP)
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States including Oklahoma and Nevada are reporting record numbers of new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths, according to data tracked by The Washington Post.
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A new survey reports that finding, but it depends on what teachers you include.
The United States could get the spread of coronavirus “under control” within a matter of weeks if everyone wore face coverings, CDC Director Robert Redfield said Tuesday.
The move is part of a new data reporting protocol for hospitals that eliminates the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a recipient of that information. Public health experts say bypassing the CDC could harm the quality of data and the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The change comes as President Trump pushes school districts to reopen campuses nationwide.
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The head coach of the reigning national champions called football "the lifeblood of our country."
The seven-day average of cases in the District, Maryland and Virginia increased for an eighth consecutive day.
While some areas have recovered, case counts are hitting new highs in many regions.
State groups say remote instruction should continue through at least the first semester.
With coronavirus cases surging in parts of the country, there is increased worry about the NFL’s ability to open camps on time and stage a full, on-time season.
The decision by the retired military leader leaves the panel leaderless nearly four months after its creation.
On Tuesday, the government announced masks would be mandatory in shops.
“The reality is that the anticipated in-person experiences planned for this fall can’t and won’t meet the expectations of our students and their families.”
The Small Business Administration's claim that the Paycheck Protection Program saved 51 million jobs is belied by allegedly false and sometimes inflated figures, a Post investigation has found.
Advocates and Montgomery County Latino residents say more testing and Spanish-language resources are desperately needed.
More than 30 million Americans await federal lawmakers' decision, within two weeks of their federal benefits expiring.
Work on a vaccine to halt the HIV epidemic has failed so far. But it has resulted in expertise, technology and infrastructure that is quickly pivoting toward the coronavirus.
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