State health officials recommend everyone to practice social distancing, wearing masks, and limit gatherings.
The Department of health Oregon reported a record high 409 new cases COVID-19, but no additional deaths on Saturday.
The health authorities stat says a large number of new and presumptive cases, partly due to the transition to the new reporting system, which prevents the processing of positive cases within a few hours on Thursday. These cases are included in today’s case.
New case bro the entire state 11,851 while the mortality rate remained at 232.
The death of the state from COVID-19 remains unchanged from yesterday and remains at 232, Department of health Oregon reported at 12:01 a.m. today.
Health service Oregon reported 409 new confirmed and presumptive cases COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today, as a result of the state final to 11,851. Today, a large number is partially due to the transition to the new reporting system, which prevented the processing of positive cases within a few hours on Thursday. These cases are included in today’s case.
In OHA warned that since Oregon began reopening, COVID-19 spread when people gather together to celebrate with family and friends. Examples include graduations, birthdays, weddings and holidays.
In OHA also said COVID-19 more widespread among the social events involving groups of young people. Outbreaks are associated with classes, student parties and bachelor party.
“It is difficult not to celebrate these events as we did in the past, COVID-19 is distributed in our society, and people need to think about changing daily routines, which can put people at risk,” in OHA said in a July 10 announcement.
To slow the spread of the virus, she advises them to limit the size of gatherings, to keep their distance from each other, on their faces, and to find alternative ways for those who are vulnerable to participate.
In new cases reported on Saturday in the following counties: Baker (2), Benton (6), Clackamas (29), Colombia (1), operations (2), objects (15), Douglas (2), hood river (2), Jackson (5) Jefferson (4), Josephine (3), Klamath (4), relations (13), Lincoln (1) Linn (2), Park malheur (16), Marion (61), Morrow (7), Multnomah (99), Regiment (2), Sherman (1), Tea (50), Union (1),Date (1), Vasco (10), Washington (55), Yamhill (15).
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Moos said that each sold out Nebraska soccer match produced a combined income of $ 12 million for the NU Athletics Department and the local economy.
In 2018, Huskers attract more than $ 5 million in ticket sales, concessions and merchandise per game at home, and that is before the inclusion of conference television or school licenses and dollar sponsorships are taken into account.
Ticket revenue of $ 32 million and concessions and sales of merchandise valued at $ 5.4 million during seven home games in 2018 represented one third of the total football program revenue of $ 96 million.
Even if the school is able to advance to the Big Ten schedule in the middle of a pandemic, one can assume the stadium will look much different in September and October than in other seasons. That means a significant curve in the Nebraska ticket revenue stream, and for the local economy.
Ten large schools also received money from lucrative TV contracts at conferences, and other media rights agreements. Nebraska received $ 42.6 million in media rights income during fiscal 2018-19, and another $ 27.8 million in royalties, licenses, advertisements, and sponsors, according to the athletics department’s annual report.
Clearly, if the stadium is less than half full this fall – or completely empty – the school will become more dependent on TV revenues.
Teton County has reported five new laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus on Monday.
In early June, the district had zero active cases. Because the new growth that began on June 9, the County is now up to 26 laboratory-confirmed and two probable cases were reported this month. The exact number of withdrawn cases, which is characteristic for Teton County were not immediately available.
On Monday 29 new cases were registered across the state, according to the Department of health of Wyoming. Weston, big horn, Lincoln and Park counties each saw one case; Albany and Natrona County reported two; Sweetwater County had four; Teton County had five, and both Laramie and Uinta County had six.
Since the disease was first discovered in the County of Teton total number of boxes — laboratory-confirmed and probable — reached 128.
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird and health officials renewed the community about the City’s efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus at a briefing on Tuesday at 3:30 pm.
The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department announced that 18 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the laboratory were reported in Lincoln on Tuesday. The total community now is 665. Others have died from COVID-19, bringing the total number of Lancaster County deaths to three.
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