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Live updates: Coronavirus is spreading into America’s most sparsely populated areas

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The rolling seven-day average for new coronavirus infections in the United States surpassed 69,000 on Sunday, an all-time high.
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The campus will add on-campus housing and offer more in-person classes.
Major brands like Hertz and J.C. Penney issued six- and seven-figure payouts before asking bankruptcy courts to shield them from creditors during restructuring — often before erasing thousands of jobs — court and regulatory documents show.
Many West Wing aides have been dismayed by the former House member’s performance, viewing him more as a political adviser and confidant than an effective chief of staff.
With the daily case count rising this month, Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) said the city is discouraging residents from traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating this year.
Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz reportedly tested positive for the novel coronavirus, meaning he may have to sit out for at least 21 days.
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The country has instituted new restrictions four times this month. But infections are soaring.
The on-air stars, including Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, will broadcast from home until they are cleared to return.
The government has responded to new outbreaks with massive testing campaigns, slowing the virus’s spread.
Months after it raced in successive waves along the nation’s coasts and through the Sun Belt, the virus is reaching deep into its final frontier — the most sparsely populated states and counties.
One university in Maryland is a case study in huge pandemic education experiment.
If the court wants to strike down liberal laws, Democrats can make doing so painful.
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Infections and hospitalizations are spiking as an autumnal surge hits both sides of the Atlantic.
With Nov. 3 just nine days away and coronavirus cases surging in many states, the new White House outbreak spotlighted the administration’s failure to contain the pandemic.
National rules in several countries suggest a growing belief that regional restrictions might not be enough to beat back covid-19.
Smaller, shorter gatherings are safer, but also consider waiting until next year
Americans face agonizing decisions on gatherings as experts warn of risks from indoor events.
Studies show that one-fourth of relatives could suffer anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorders following a patient’s stint in an ICU.
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