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Coronavirus Coverage From The News on 6

Oklahoma Nursing Homes Struggle To Fill Staff Amid COVID-19 Surge
Oklahoma Nursing Homes Struggle To Fill Staff Amid COVID-19 Surge

The recent surge in COVID-19 cases is once again making it hard on nursing homes and senior living facilities.

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Tulsa Health Experts Offer Safety Advice For Halloween
Tulsa Health Experts Offer Safety Advice For Halloween

There are no prohibitions against celebrating Halloween during the pandemic, but health experts said there are some things to be aware of while celebrating.

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Some School Districts Announce Plans For 'Snow Days'
Some School Districts Announce Plans For 'Snow Days'

The pandemic has changed how school districts look at snow days. Some are having kids conduct coursework online instead of just taking the day off.

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Some Americans Concerned About Possible Side Effects Of A COVID-19 Vaccine: 'We Just Don't Know Enough'
Some Americans Concerned About Possible Side Effects Of A COVID-19 Vaccine: 'We Just Don't Know Enough'

Two major clinical trials for coronavirus vaccines are resuming in the United States, after being paused over safety concerns. Estimates show the earliest time for an approved vaccine could be the end of November.

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OSDH: 663 New COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported
OSDH: 663 New COVID-19 Cases, 2 More Virus-Related Deaths Reported

Two more virus-related deaths and 663 new confirmed coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Sunday, according to daily numbers released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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All OKC-County Health Department COVID Testing Sites Closed Due To Weather
All OKC-County Health Department COVID Testing Sites Closed Due To Weather

All Oklahoma City-County Health Department COVID-19 testing sites have closed due to weather.

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OKCPS Teacher Reflects On First Week Of In-Person Classes
OKCPS Teacher Reflects On First Week Of In-Person Classes

Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students at Oklahoma City schools will head back to school Tuesday for week two of in-person learning before the older students join them next month.

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Rogers Co. Sheriff, Inmates React To COVID-19 Spike In Jail
Rogers Co. Sheriff, Inmates React To COVID-19 Spike In Jail

More than a dozen inmates inside the Rogers County jail have tested positive for COVID-19. As of this weekend, Sheriff Scott Walton said 13 inmates have been infected. 

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How To Protect Your Voice While Wearing A Mask
How To Protect Your Voice While Wearing A Mask

While wearing a mask in public spaces is recommended by health officials, it can be difficult to be heard if you’re talking while wearing one.

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Haskell Public Schools Will Transition To Distance Learning For Next 2 Weeks
Haskell Public Schools Will Transition To Distance Learning For Next 2 Weeks

Haskell Public Schools announced Sunday that it will transition to distance learning for the next two weeks due to a positive COVID-19 test.

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Study Seeks To Test Effectiveness Of Airline Cleaning Techniques Amid Pandemic
Study Seeks To Test Effectiveness Of Airline Cleaning Techniques Amid Pandemic

University of Arizona and Boeing researchers used a live, but harmless virus to test the cleaning process on real planes. CBS News’ Kris Van Cleave has more on the study and what it means about the safety of flying in a pandemic.

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‘The Price Is Right’ Is Returning With New Safety Measures, Including No Audience Members
‘The Price Is Right’ Is Returning With New Safety Measures, Including No Audience Members

With unbridled enthusiasm and unchecked affection, contestants have always been the stars of "The Price is Right." More than 2 million exuberant fans have taken part in the show. But those fans will be mostly missing when the show returns with new episodes this week, after going on hiatus in March due to the pandemic. For the first time, "The Price is Right" will be without an audience. And that's not the only big change.

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Gottlieb Warns Of ‘Dangerous Tipping Point’ As Virus Spread Accelerates
Gottlieb Warns Of ‘Dangerous Tipping Point’ As Virus Spread Accelerates

With the number of coronavirus cases rising from coast to coast and hospitalizations increasing in more than three dozen states, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, the former head of the Food and Drug Administration, warned the nation is "at a dangerous tipping point" with infections expected to continue growing.

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National News

Some hospitals in crisis as US nears high for COVID-19 cases
Some hospitals in crisis as US nears high for COVID-19 cases

The United States is approaching a record for the number of new daily coronavirus cases in the latest ominous sign of the disease’s grip on the nation

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School districts face hard choices amid pandemic-era cuts
School districts face hard choices amid pandemic-era cuts

The school year in Schenectady, New York, started with a whack of a budget ax

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The Latest: Poland brings in restrictions across the country
The Latest: Poland brings in restrictions across the country

Poland’s government has announced all of the country will become a “red zone” of strict anti-COVID-19 restrictions starting Saturday, just short of a lockdown

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Some hospitals in crisis as US nears high for COVID-19 cases
Some hospitals in crisis as US nears high for COVID-19 cases

The United States is approaching a record for the number of new daily coronavirus cases in the latest ominous sign of the disease’s grip on the nation

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California prosecutors again seek death for Scott Peterson
California prosecutors again seek death for Scott Peterson

Northern California prosecutors will again seek the death penalty for Scott Peterson in the slaying of his pregnant wife and unborn son nearly 19 years ago

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Sign ninjas busy at night as Election Day fast approaches
Sign ninjas busy at night as Election Day fast approaches

With Election Day fast approaching, the sign ninjas have only a few nights left to take action

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Report: Seattle officers used excessive force at protests
Report: Seattle officers used excessive force at protests

An independent agency tasked with investigating Seattle police misconduct has found that three officers used excessive force during this summer's protests

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Family of slain Utah college student confronts her killer
Family of slain Utah college student confronts her killer

Family members of a Utah college student who was found strangled and burned last year following a search for her that captured the nation’s attention called her killer a “monster” Friday

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Man who bought guns used in 2015 massacre gets 20 years
Man who bought guns used in 2015 massacre gets 20 years

The man who bought two rifles that terrorists used to kill 14 people in a 2015 attack in San Bernardino, California, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison

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Some hospitals in crisis as US nears high for COVID-19 cases
Some hospitals in crisis as US nears high for COVID-19 cases

The United States is approaching a record for the number of new daily coronavirus cases in the latest ominous sign of the disease’s grip on the nation

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Man who bought guns used in 2015 massacre gets 20 years
Man who bought guns used in 2015 massacre gets 20 years

The man who bought two rifles that terrorists used to kill 14 people in a 2015 attack in San Bernardino, California, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison

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Viewership for 2nd Trump-Biden debate drops to 63 million
Viewership for 2nd Trump-Biden debate drops to 63 million

The final presidential debate between President Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden drew much less viewers than their first meeting

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Trump campaign sues in Nevada to stop Vegas-area vote count
Trump campaign sues in Nevada to stop Vegas-area vote count

The Trump campaign and Nevada Republicans want a judge to stop the counting of Las Vegas-area mail-in ballots, alleging that officials are making it impossible for “meaningful observation” of signature-checking in the state’s biggest and most Democratic-leaning county

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