Bride Too Scared To Get Vaccinated Dies Of COVID After Missing Her Wedding In Hospital – PerezHilton.com

Misinformation kills. Yet another person who was afraid of getting the COVID vaccine has died of COVID-19. According to NBC News, bride-to-be Samantha Wendell (above) passed away last week after missing her wedding while hospitalized with the virus. She had spent nearly the last two years planning her dream wedding to fiancé Austin Eskew, but their August 21 nuptials were put on hold when the couple contracted the virus last month. Samantha, a surgical technician from Kentucky who was 29 years old and had no pre-existing conditions, had put off…

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Coronavirus in Oregon: 2242 new cases, 11 deaths as summer surge eases slightly – OregonLive

The Oregon Health Authority on Thursday announced 11 COVID-19 deaths and 2,242 new coronavirus cases, as well as a continued decline in hospitalizations and intensive care patients since the pandemic peaks seen in early September. “Daily cases and hospitalizations are slowly coming down from the record highs we’ve seen over the last several weeks,” Dr. Dean Sidelinger, state epidemiologist, said at a news conference Thursday. “It’s an indication that Oregonians are once again stepping up to fend off this virus.” In the week ended Sept. 12, the state saw an…

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COVID-19 hospitalizations are reaching numbers similar to January in El Paso County; may impact scheduled surgeries – KKTV 11 News

EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV) – El Paso County Public Health is reporting regional hospital capacity is strained as they experience a surge of COVID-19 patients. On Thursday, the health agency announced the regional hospital capacity will move to level “orange-red” on the data dashboard from level “orange.” Click here to visit the data dashboard. Under level “Orange-Red,” hospital capacity is strained, potentially limiting surgeries and procedures. This current level also means hospitals are experiencing “resource limitations.” “UCHealth’s hospitals in the Pikes Peak region continue to see record numbers of…

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LA County vaccine rule creates uneven field between bars, restaurants, business owners say – KABC-TV

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A day after Los Angeles County announced stricter vaccine requirements for bar customers, business owners are offering mixed reactions about how the policy will impact the economy while keeping people safe. The new policy announced this week will require bars, wineries, breweries, nightclubs and lounges to require customers to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter indoor areas. It will require customers to have had at least one dose of vaccine by Oct. 7 and full vaccination by Nov. 4. RELATED: New LA County health order…

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39 New COVID-19 Cases In Tuolumne And 31 New Cases In Calaveras – MyMotherLode.com

vaccination status and hospitalization information from August 1 – September 3, 2021 from Adventist Health Sonora Tuolumne Public Health reports 39 new COVID-19 cases since yesterday report and 248 active cases including 13 who are hospitalized. The total current case rate, a 14-day average for Tuolumne County is up to 51.4 per 100,000 population from 50.9 yesterday. A total of 4,236 have been released from isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, 248 cases are currently active, there have been 99 deaths and 1,619 inmate cases for a total of 6,202…

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Some COVID-19 survivors are refusing vaccines — and even suing over mandates – Salon

In a historic speech last week, President Joe Biden denounced a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” and announced a series of policies intended to pressure vaccine holdouts into getting their COVID-19 shots. His proposals mirrored aspects of policies instituted by many state governors, including Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon, who has instituted a vaccination mandate in her state for specific workers including school employees and state government workers. Yet some of those who have already been infected with COVID-19, and refuse vaccination, are crying foul at both federal and state vaccination requirements…

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Oregon reports 11 more COVID-19 deaths, 2,242 cases, 1,027 hospitalizations – KTVZ

PORTLAND, Ore. (KTVZ) — There are 11 new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 3,547, the Oregon Health Authority reported Thursday. OHA also reported 2,242 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. Thursday, bringing the state total to 307,768. Oregon Health Authority holds media briefing with Dr. Dean Sidelinger Find a link to watch Thursday’s media briefing here. Here are Dr. Sidelinger’s talking points, as well as a link to today’s slides. Oregon Healthcare Workforce COVID-19 vaccine uptake: September update The September update…

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Brazil official wants halt to teen COVID-19 shots after death; health agency says no evidence for move – Reuters Canada

Brazil’s Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga attends a news conference at the Planalto Palace in Brasilia, Brazil, July 29, 2021. REUTERS/Adriano Machado BRASILIA, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Brazil’s federal government wants to halt COVID-19 vaccinations for most adolescents, citing a death under investigation and adverse events after some 3.5 million teens have already been immunized, but several state governments vowed to press on. At a news conference, Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga criticized states and cities for jumping the gun by vaccinating 12- to 17-year-olds without health issues that put them at…

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1 Death, 2 New Hospitalizations and 37 New Cases Reported Today – Redheaded Blackbelt – Redheaded Blackbelt

Thirty-seven new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Humboldt County today, bringing to 8,021 the total number of residents who have tested positive for the virus. Two new hospitalizations were also reported, including a person in their 60s and another in their 70s, and a person in their 70s has died. Department Operations Center employees extend their condolences to the friends, loved ones and caregivers of all who have died. Public Health Combo Test/Vaccine Clinics Opening Countywide Effective today, testing for COVID-19 will be offered at most Public Health…

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COVID-19 Statistics | Sept. 16, 2021 – Lost Coast Outpost

Thirty-seven new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Humboldt County today, bringing to 8,021 the total number of residents who have tested positive for the virus. Two new hospitalizations were also reported, including a person in their 60s and another in their 70s, and a person in their 70s has died. Department Operations Center employees extend their condolences to the friends, loved ones and caregivers of all who have died. Public Health Combo Test/Vaccine Clinics Opening Countywide Effective today, testing for COVID-19 will be offered at most Public Health…

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