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Coronavirus Coverage From The News on 6

OU’s Spring 2020 Graduation Moved To 2021

The University of Oklahoma hosted virtual graduation in May for their 2020 graduates, but they hoped to have an in-person celebration in August, however the event has been moved to May 2021.

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Local CPA Advises On New Tax Deadline

It’s a tax season unlike any other. During the pandemic, the IRS has extended the tax deadline to July 15. This change applies to both federal and Oklahoma state taxes.

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Deadline To File Taxes Approaching, Due July 15

Deadline To File Taxes Approaching, Due July 15

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993 More COVID-19 Cases, 4 New Virus-Related Deaths Reported In Oklahoma, State Health Officials Say

993 More COVID-19 Cases, 4 New Virus-Related Deaths Reported In Oklahoma, State Health Officials Say

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Hong Kong Disneyland is Closing Again As Disney World in Florida Reopens 2 More Parks

Hong Kong Disneyland is once again closing its doors following an increase in coronavirus cases. The announcement comes as Walt Disney World in Florida continues its phased reopening despite a surge of cases in the state.

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Multiple Northeastern Oklahoma School Districts To Require Face Masks

As many students get ready to start the new school year next month, more school districts are releasing their plans for re-opening.

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Edmond City Council Plans To Revisit Topic Of Mask Mandate On Week-To-Week Basis

Monday night Edmond City Council members discussed whether to enforce a mask mandate, but ultimately decided to revisit the issue on a week to week basis. In the meantime, businesses will be required to post their mask policy on their front doors.

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Infant Crisis Services Continues To Meet High Demand During COVID-19 Pandemic

Now more than ever at Infant Crisis Services, employees are working to meet the demand of parents struggling to feed their children in and around the metro. Now that the nonprofit is mobile again, they’re beginning to see the need firsthand.

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Oklahoma Considers Mask Mandate For Public Schools; Districts Prep Scattered Start Plans

Local school boards and administrators are working to prepare individual plans for the return to class this fall. Meanwhile, the Oklahoma State Department of Education and Superintendent Joy Hofmeister are considering a statewide mask requirement for public schools, according to a department spokesperson.

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Memorial Fund Created For Family Of 1st Oklahoma Child To Die Of COVID-19

Fort Sill announced a 13-year-old child of an active servicemember is the first child to lose their life due the coronavirus in Oklahoma. According to a GoFundMe page, Anna Carter suffered from an auto immune disease making the virus too much for her body to bear.

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Supt. Hofmeister Urges Oklahomans to Mask Up Following States 1st Child Death Related To COVID-19

The first child death related to COVID-19 was reported by the State Department of Health over the weekend. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Joy Hofmeister, offered up her condolences and also urged Oklahomans to wear masks so that schools can reopen safely in the fall.

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510 More COVID-19 Cases, 2 New Virus-Related Deaths Reported In Oklahoma, State Health Officials Say

510 More COVID-19 Cases, 2 New Virus-Related Deaths Reported In Oklahoma, State Health Officials Say

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OKC Energy FC Re-Opening Season With Fans Monday Against FC Tulsa

Energy FC will re-kickoff their season at 7 p.m. Monday against FC Tulsa, 128 days after they were last on the pitch.

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National News

Q&A: US government not as prolific an executioner as states

President Donald Trump's administration wants to restart federal executions this month, 17 years after the last one

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The Latest: US Tribes want flexibility on virus relief funds

Tribes across the United States are wrestling with competing needs, restrictive laws and inadequate staffing while trying to meet a tight federal deadline on spending billions of dollars in virus relief funds

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Wall Street rises as optimism caps erratic week of trading

Wall Street is climbing Friday, and the S&P 500 is heading for its third weekly gain in the last four

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Conservation groups upset by North Cascades grizzly decision

The forested mountains in and around North Cascades National Park have long been considered prime habitat for threatened grizzly bears, so environmental groups are criticizing the Trump administration’s decision to scrap plans to reintroduce the apex predators there

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Tropical Storm Fay weakens after New Jersey landfall

Tropical Storm Fay is weakening after making landfall in New Jersey on Friday amid heavy, lashing rain that closed beaches and flooded shore town streets

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The Latest: Kentucky's governor says mask rule in effect

Kentucky's governor says a new requirement for people to wear face masks in public took effect at 5 p.m. Friday despite a judge's restraining order related to pandemic restrictions though not specifically on the face covering rule

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Coronavirus deaths take a long-expected turn for the worse

A long-expected upturn in U.S. coronavirus deaths has begun, driven by fatalities in states in the South and West

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Foreign students weigh studying in person vs. losing visas

International students worried about a new immigration policy that could potentially cost them their visas say they feel stuck between being unnecessarily exposed during the coronavirus pandemic and being able to finish their studies in America

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'A slap in the face:' Goya faces boycott over Trump praise

The CEO of Hispanic food company Goya is facing an uproar over his praise for President Donald Trump, with some Latino families purging their pantries of the products and scrambling to find alternatives to the beloved beans, seasoning and other products that have long been fixtures in their cooking

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US Navy welcomes 1st Black female Tactical Aircraft pilot

The U.S. Navy has welcomed its first Black female Tactical Aircraft pilot

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The Latest: Third of South Africa cases in Gauteng province

South Africa is reporting another 13,497 confirmed coronavirus cases for a total of 264,184 including 3,971 deaths

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Coronavirus deaths take a long-expected turn for the worse

The number of deaths per day from the coronavirus in the U.S. had been falling for months, and even remained down as some states saw explosions in cases

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Serbia police detain 71 after 4th night of virus protests

Serbian police say they have detained 71 people after clashes erupted during the fourth night of anti-government protests that were initially sparked by an announced lockdown against the new coronavirus

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