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Coronavirus Coverage From The News on 6

Daily Dose, Hydroxychloroquine, Malaria & COVID-19

In Monday's question, Dr. Lacy Anderson answers a question about Malaria patients taking hydroxychloroquine. Has a Malaria patient taking that medication ever caught COVID-19?

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President Trump Signs Executive Order For Unemployment, State Officials Work To Figure It Out

President Trump Signs Executive Order For Unemployment, State Officials Work To Find Funds

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OSDH: 397 New COVID-19 Cases, 2 Additional Virus-Related Deaths Reported

OSDH: 397 New COVID-19 Cases, 2 Additional Virus-Related Deaths Reported

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Many Couples Are Putting Pregnancy Plans On Hold Because Of The Pandemic

Many Couples Are Putting Pregnancy Plans On Hold Because Of The Pandemic

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84 Arrests, 226 Citations, 18 Crashes Reported In 24 Hours At Massive Motorcycle Rally In South Dakota

84 Arrests, 226 Citations, 18 Crashes Reported In 24 Hours At Massive Motorcycle Rally In South Dakota

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New Zealand Marks 100 Days Without Any New Reported Local Cases Of The Coronavirus

New Zealand Marks 100 Days Without Any New Reported Local Cases Of The Coronavirus

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US Coronavirus Cases Top 5 Million As Pandemic Rages On

The United States on Sunday surpassed 5 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus, according to data collected by Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. has both the highest number of confirmed cases and the most deaths of any country in the world.

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Higher Education During A Pandemic: Giving It The Old College Try

According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, only about one-quarter (23.5%) of the country's colleges and universities are planning to hold classes primarily in-person this fall. Slightly more (27.8%) will be mostly online, and 16% will be a hybrid of the two.

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RV Life Booms During The Pandemic

This summer, some families are trying to have it both ways. They're heading out … and staying home, exploring public spaces while avoiding public bathrooms. One way of dealing with COVID-19 is to buy a recreational vehicle – an RV.

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OSDH: 486 More Oklahomans Test Positive For COVID-19; No New Virus-Related Deaths Reported

OSDH: 486 More Oklahomans Test Positive For COVID-19; No New Virus-Related Deaths Reported

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Tulsa Non-Profit Adapts To Serve Families During COVID-19 Pandemic

One Hope Ministries has made changes to increase safety, from spacing children apart to more sanitizing, in the Tulsa community.

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More Than 80,000 Airline Workers Face Furloughs As COVID-19 Devastates Industry

More Than 80,000 Airline Workers Face Furloughs As COVID-19 Devastates Industry

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State Health Department Reports New COVID-19 Cases, More Virus-Related Deaths

State Health Department Reports New COVID-19 Cases, More Virus-Related Deaths

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National News

A US first, New Hampshire woman gets second face transplant

A New Hampshire woman has received a second face transplant

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2 rescued sea turtles released in Florida after recovery

Two rehabilitated sea turtles, rescued at different times and locations by the U.S. Coast Guard, have been released off the Florida Keys

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US kids, parents perform DIY tests for coronavirus science

Six thousand U.S. parents and kids are doing DIY nasal swabs twice a week to answer some of the most vexing mysteries about the coronavirus

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Marlins' 6-1 start is reminiscent of the 1899 Perfectos

The Miami Marlins are in first place in August, a first for the franchise

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Lakers not exactly rolling along as playoffs approach

The Los Angeles Lakers look nothing like a team that has dominated the Western Conference for much of this season

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Power outage leaves large swaths of Manhattan in the dark

A power outage cast darkness across large swaths of Manhattan as tens of thousands of people in other parts of New York City were still without electricity in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaias

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Job losses, fear of virus complicate Latino voter hopes

Latinos in the U.S. have been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, leading to concerns among voting rights groups that they will be less likely to register and vote in November

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A US first, New Hampshire woman gets second face transplant

A New Hampshire woman has received a second face transplant

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Wall Street stalls; S&P 500 dips after 5-day winning streak

Wall Street is stalling on Friday, as a whirlwind of worries about rising U.S.-China tensions and whether Congress can deliver more aid for the economy threaten to halt its big run

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Day turns up heat in warmer-than-expected Round 1 of PGA

The aces and the aching both took advantage of very un-San Francisco-like weather to go low in Round 1 of the PGA Championship

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A US first, New Hampshire woman gets second face transplant

A New Hampshire woman has received a second face transplant

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Lives Lost: Man of the sea made the Arizona desert his home

Carlos Manuel Sandoval often traveled back to the fishing port of Guaymas and other coastal communities on Mexico's Sea of Cortez more than a quarter-century after moving with his family to Phoenix, where they all became U.S. citizens

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The Latest: California tops 10,000 virus deaths, 3rd highest

California has surpassed 10,000 deaths from the coronavirus, making it the U.S. state with the third-highest deaths since the start of the pandemic

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