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Students in hundreds of New York City middle and high schools start in-person classes Thursday, as the system gears up for random testing for the new coronavirus.
President Trump has spent six months searching for a clear message that would erode Democrat Joe Biden’s lead in the polls. With less than five weeks left in the race, the Republican still hasn’t found an answer.
The number of people currently hospitalized is 178, and the state's seven-day, moving average positivity rate is 3.46%.
New cases of COVID-19 rose in 27 out of 50 U.S. states in September compared with August, led by an increase of 111% in Wisconsin, according to a Reuters analysis.
But who is in the Oval Office debating issues? Is Atlas in there alone?' asks former Domestic Policy Adviser Joe Grogan.
South Dakota reported a decrease in the number of active cases to 3,658 on Wednesday as the state marked the end of its deadliest month of the pandemic to date.
The surge also comes as 1.2 million Wisconsinites have already started the voting process by mail, momentum which Trump aims to capitalize on when he visits Saturday.
The top public health official in Kansas said Wednesday that the state has yet to see its biggest wave of coronavirus cases, suggesting the pandemic could spawn an average of 800 or even 900 new cases a day in coming months.
Students in Sioux Falls who have been exposed to the coronavirus will now be able to return to school rather than quarantining at home for two weeks as long as everyone was wearing a mask, according to a unanimous decision by the school board which goes into effect Thursday.