1. Polk County health asks schools to delay winter sports  KCCI Des Moines
  2. Friday Nov. 20 COVID-19 update: Douglas County reports 680 new cases, 14 deaths  WOWT
  3. Denton County Reports Single-Day High of COVID-19 Cases for 3rd Time This Week  NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
  4. Franklin County takes steps to protect employees, residents during COVID-19 surge  Public Opinion
  5. Cumberland County pastor describes COVID-19 battle  wgaltv
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The Polk County Health Department sent letters to school districts asking them to keep winter sports sidelined until COVID-19 numbers are lower. The Polk County Health Department sent letters to school districts asking them to keep winter sports sidelined until COVID-19 numbers are lower.

Polk County health asks schools to delay winter sports

Here is a summary of new cases and other COVID-19 stats reported today by health officials across Nebraska & Iowa.Here is a summary of new cases and other COVID-19 stats reported today by health officials across Nebraska & Iowa.

Friday Nov. 20 COVID-19 update: Douglas County reports 680 new cases, 14 deaths

Franklin County now requires everyone to pass a COVID-19 screening in order to enter a county building.Franklin County now requires everyone to pass a COVID-19 screening in order to enter a county building.

COVID-19: Franklin County requires screening to enter buildings

Health officials in Denton County on Friday reported 405 new COVID-19 cases — the third time since Monday the county has added a single-day high of...Health officials in Denton County on Friday reported 405 new COVID-19 cases — the third time since Monday the county has added a single-day high of coronavirus cases.

Denton County Reports Single-Day High of COVID-19 Cases for 3rd Time This Week – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Douglas County reported 4,104 cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, an increase of 69 cases since Wednesday. The county has averaged about 60 new cases per day oveDouglas County reported 4,104 cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, an increase of 69 cases since Wednesday. The county has averaged about 60 new cases per day over the last 14 days, according to a 14-day moving average graph updated weekdays by the health department. The current average of 59.71 new cases per day is […]

Douglas County reports 69 new COVID-19 cases; 882 remain active | News, Sports, Jobs - Lawrence Journal-World: news, information, headlines and events in Lawrence, Kansas

Another 405 Denton County residents have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19, the county health department announced Friday afternoon.Another 405 Denton County residents have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19, the county health department announced Friday afternoon.

405 more Denton County residents infected with coronavirus | Coronavirus Outbreak | dentonrc.com

Clark County's autumn COVID-19 surge accelerated this week with more than 1,100 new cases and 10 deaths since Nov. 13, according to Clark County Public Health.Clark County's autumn COVID-19 surge accelerated this week with more than 1,100 new cases and 10 deaths since Nov. 13, according to Clark County Public Health.

Clark County reports 1,109 COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths this week - Columbian.com

As of 12 p. m. Friday (Nov. 20, 2020, there are 28 people with new positive COVID-19 test results and one presumptive since Thursday's noon case update, the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team said. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 757. Currently, there are 13 Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized - 12 locally and 1 out-of-the-area.As of 12 p. m. Friday (Nov. 20, 2020, there are 28 people with new positive COVID-19 test results and one presumptive since Thursday's noon case update, the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team said. The total number of cases (people with positive test results and presumptive) in Douglas County is now at 757. Currently, there are 13 Douglas County COVID-19 patients that are being hospitalized - 12 locally and 1 out-of-the-area.

Douglas County reports 28 new positive COVID-19 test results | KPIC

Douglas County reports 28 new positive COVID-19 test results

Another person has died of COVID-19 in Starke County, according to Friday’s report from the Indiana Department of Health.

Multiple COVID-19 Positive Cases Reported in Tri-County Area, One Additional COVID-19 Death in Starke County – WKVI Information Center

COVID-19's presence in Lancaster County continues to soar with the past 24 hours bringing an additional 343 positive cases.COVID-19's presence in Lancaster County continues to soar with the past 24 hours bringing an additional 343 positive cases.

Lancaster County hits second-highest one-day case uptick with 343 new cases [Friday's COVID-19 update] | Local News | lancasteronline.com

Since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic to Pennsylvania last spring, 504 people in Lancaster County have died as a result of the virus, according to the state Department ofSince the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic to Pennsylvania last spring, 504 people in Lancaster County have died as a result of the virus, according to the state Department of

COVID-19 death counts between coroners and the state will likely never match. Here's why. | Local News | lancasteronline.com

As the number of cases of COVID-19 climbs, the county's small health department is struggling to keep up with the workload.As the number of cases of COVID-19 climbs, the county's small health department is struggling to keep up with the workload.

Douglas County struggles with contact tracing | Superior Telegram

Three more Douglas County residents have died of COVID-19, raising the county's death toll to 15.Three more Douglas County residents have died of COVID-19, raising the county's death toll to 15.

Three more Douglas County residents have died of COVID-19 | Coronavirus | nrtoday.com

Tioga County reports three new deaths due to the COVID-19 pandemic while the county passes the 1,000 case mile mark.Tioga County reports three new deaths due to the COVID-19 pandemic while the county passes the 1,000 case mile mark.

Douglas County Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Dannenhoffer has confirmed the deaths of three more Douglas County residents from the COVID-19 virus, the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team said Thursday. Our thirteenth COVID related death is a 76-year-old man who passed away yesterday, Wednesday, November 18, 2020, in Roseburg, Oregon. He was diagnosed with COVID-19 on October 29, 2020, and was admitted to the hospital on November 14, 2020. Douglas County Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Dannenhoffer has confirmed the deaths of three more Douglas County residents from the COVID-19 virus, the Douglas County COVID-19 Response Team said Thursday. Our thirteenth COVID related death is a 76-year-old man who passed away yesterday, Wednesday, November 18, 2020, in Roseburg, Oregon. He was diagnosed with COVID-19 on October 29, 2020, and was admitted to the hospital on November 14, 2020.

3 new COVID-19 deaths reported Thursday in Douglas County | KPIC

3 new COVID-19 deaths reported Thursday in Douglas County

A third resident of Franklin County has died after contracting COVID-19. The person, whose death was reported Friday morning, was a resident of the Alice

Franklin County reports 3rd COVID-19 death | News, Sports, Jobs - Adirondack Daily Enterprise

The latest victims were two people aged 85 to 89, and two between the ages of 90 and 94.The latest victims were two people aged 85 to 89, and two between the ages of 90 and 94.

Four new COVID-19 deaths reported in Douglas County | Echo Press

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Douglas County reports 680 new COVID-19 cases, 14 new deaths

On Thursday, Nov. 19, there was a 14-day per-capita average of 235 COVID-19 cases in Polk County, the highest two-week average in the state. It is followed by Roseau County and Benton County, which each have a per-capita average of about 201 cases. On Thursday, Nov. 19, there was a 14-day per-capita average of 235 COVID-19 cases in Polk County, the highest two-week average in the state. It is followed by Roseau County and Benton County, which each have a per-capita average of about 201 cases.

Polk County COVID-19 case numbers continue be highest in Minnesota | Grand Forks Herald

The number of active COVID-19 cases in Denton County is surging this month in Denton County, up nearly 50% in just three weeks. According to the Denton County Public Health coronavirus report on Oct. 31, eight months into the pandemic, there were 3,031 active cases among county residents, which was the new record at the ...

Active COVID-19 cases in Denton County up 50% since Halloween - Cross Timbers Gazette | Southern Denton County | Flower Mound | News