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Ohio nursing home staff self-isolated for 65 days to prevent COVID-19 spread. It worked.

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The strict isolation measures paid off at SharonBrooke Assisted Living in Newark, as not a single member or resident was diagnosed with COVID-19.
 
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News video: White House goal on testing nursing homes unmet

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States were asked to test all nursing home residents and staff by this week, but most states will miss this goal. White House officials urged governors to get the testing done within 14 days, but only a handful of states have been able to do it.

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Ohio lawmaker asks residents to 'STOP GETTING TESTED!' for COVID-19 despite state guidance

On Tuesday, Rep. Vitale took to Facebook to write: "This is what happens when people go crazy and get tested. STOP GETTING TESTED!"
 

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'Egregious conduct': Ohio sheriff's deputy kicked jail inmate in the head with his work boot, video shows

"Video from the Justice Center shows Franklin immediately kicking Ballachino one time in the head," said Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters.

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Christopher Columbus statue removed from Columbus City Hall

The large statue, which sat in front of City Hall in Ohio's capital for 65 years, "will be placed in safekeeping at a secure city facility."

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New York City official: Learn from our ordeal. Slow the COVID monster while you still can.

COVID strikes with ferocious speed and devastating impact. It can only be stopped if local leaders act boldly and communities change their behavior.

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COVID-19: India reports highest single-day spike of 26,506 cases [Video]

COVID-19: India reports highest single-day spike of 26,506 cases

India reported 475 deaths and the highest single-day spike of 26,506 new COVID19 cases in the last 24 hours. Positive cases stand at 7,93,802 including 2,76,685 active cases, 4,95,513 cured/discharged/migrated and 21,604 deaths, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Total number of samples tested till July 09 is 1,10,24,491 of which 2,83,659 samples were tested yesterday, as per Indian Council of Medical Research.

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Bodies of COVID patients removed from Patna's Nalanda Medical College and Hospital after video went viral [Video]

Bodies of COVID patients removed from Patna's Nalanda Medical College and Hospital after video went viral

Bodies of COVID-19 patients were shifted from the same room of other patients at Patna's NMCH, after a video went viral. Mani Kumar, the maker of video said, "The dead bodies were not being removed. I thought it was dangerous when it started smelling. It was removed later after the video went viral." Speaking on the same case, Ajay Kumar Sinha, Nodal officer said, "Family of the patient came but left the dead bodies. It was getting difficult to contact them. The death took place day before yesterday and the body was removed yesterday."

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These Arizona teachers shared a classroom for summer school. All 3 contracted COVID-19. 1 died.

An Arizona teacher is dead after contracting COVID-19. Two others tested positive after teaching in the same classroom. They hope schools stay closed.

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New Study Finds Brain Damage In COVID-19 Victims [Video]

New Study Finds Brain Damage In COVID-19 Victims

Up to one in four people infected with the new coronavirus experience brain damage. This is according to the findings of a small study published Wednesday by the journal Brain. The analysis considered 43 patients hospitalized with confirmed or suspected COVID-19. All 43 showed signs of brain inflammation or encephalitis, reports UPI. 10 had symptoms of delirium or psychosis and eight suffered a stroke.

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