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Live. Daily Coronavirus Update, April 10. What to Know About COVID-19 in Seattle, Washington, DC և Worldwide

A few days before assessing each coronavirus standard in Washington, D.C., Governor Aye Inslin on Friday changed the criteria used to determine whether the county was moving from one COVID-19 reopening phase to another, making it easier for counties to reach their current stages. ,

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Siblings close in Washington state a year after COVID’s shattered choir

With dishes of dish soap, brushes, and plastic water in their hands, Carol Ray Woodmansi’s four children cleaned up their mom’s shares with their father, me. Each scrub shone with the engraved letters on their mother’s name և her birth և death. Days. March 27, 1939 մարտի March 27, 2020.

Carol passed away at the age of 81.

It was one year since he died of complications from COVID-19 this year after he acquired it in a choir practice that left 53 people sick and two dead.

For the sisters ս, the Cold Anniversary gave the opportunity to close after the epidemic stopped their mourning. They finally kept a monument to their mother in the community.

Of the more than 550,000 people who died from the virus in the United States, Carol was one of the first. He died just hours after the first reported outbreak at a Kirkland nursing home about an hour south of Vernon Mont. Carol, who survived heart surgery and cancer, fell ill at home. Bonnie took care of him until they called the paramedics.

The Skagit Valley Chorale’s community choir rehearsal, which consisted mostly of retirees չէր not affiliated with the church where they attended, took place two weeks before Governor’s Ince’s state closed. The choir took the precautions known at the time, such as leaving and cleaning. But someone had a virus.

“I think this outbreak of the chorus is seen as an event that really awakened people to the idea that the virus could be spread through the air,” said Lincy Marr, a Virginia Tech professor of airborne transmission. Marr was among 239 experts who successfully lobbied the World Health Organization to change its transfer guidelines.

– Associated press

More and more American vaccines are being released as a result of awareness efforts

Campaigns in the black community in the United States are pushing to convince people that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. With the help of President Joe Biden’s multimillion-dollar administration, local groups have urged black Americans to raise their voices for the shootings, highlighting what for some is a common historical distrust of science and government.

A survey conducted by the Associated Press-NORC in late March found that about 24% of North American adults said they were unlikely or unlikely to be vaccinated. This is less than 41% in January. The latest figures show that black Americans tend to get shots in almost the same proportion as white Americans – 26% – Hispanic Americans – 22%.

Dr. Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association, said that attitudes toward the vaccine among blacks were “almost a 180-degree turn” as regional campaigns worked to combat misinformation.

– Associated press

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