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Live updates: U.S. reports nearly 90,000 new coronavirus cases amid surges in every swing state

(Nick Oxford/Reuters)
(Nick Oxford/Reuters)
The total number of infections reported nationwide since February is virtually guaranteed to reach 9 million on Friday, just 15 days after the tally hit 8 million. At least 228,000 deaths have been linked to the coronavirus.
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Federal health officials are telling states to be ready to “pre-position” doses in key locations around the country once a coronavirus vaccine is approved.
Pandemic-fueled online shopping, coupled with the expected crush of holiday sales, has led Amazon to add 400,000 jobs this year.
All told, nursing homes that received a clean bill of health earlier this year saw about 290,000 coronavirus cases and 43,000 deaths among residents and staff, state and federal data shows.
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The Giants and Chargers kept their facilities open, were practicing Thursday and remained on course to play their Week 8 games. The Giants had all but four of their offensive linemen sent home Thursday but most could return Friday.
The move is the latest example of the significant frustrations among labor advocates and Democrats over OSHA’s refusal to aggressively enforce workplace safety during the pandemic.
Jennifer Lopez, Judd Apatow and George Lopez were among those who did not make the cut because of their political views, according to documents obtained from contractors.
The average is the highest in the region since Aug. 8 and mirrors a national increase.
With socially distant parades, scavenger hunts and candy chutes, the coronavirus has shifted how families are celebrating without traditional trick-or-treating.
After Nebraska-Wisconsin game is canceled, Cornhuskers fans are seeing big red.
One province began offering emergency vaccines to the public this month.
All told, there were about 22.6 million people claiming some form of unemployment insurance according to the most recent data.
The island never went into lockdown, which experts say was because of its swift response, widespread mask use and close tracking of cases.
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