Shutdowns Back as States Face COVID ‘Breaking Point’

COVID Tracking Project blog: “A Nationwide Case Surge Hits US Hospitals: This Week in COVID-19 Data, Nov 12.”

COVID Tracking Project: “Cumulative Cases.”

The Associated Press: “Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds won’t budge on masks, even as virus deaths rise.”

Office of the Governor of Iowa, Kim Reynolds: “Gov. Reynolds signs new proclamation continuing State Public Health Emergency Declaration.” “Governor DeWine Calls on Ohioans to Recommit to Safety Practices, Announces New Mask, Social Distancing Orders.” “Gov. Gary Herbert declares a state of emergency for hospital overcrowding, cases surge.”

Detroit Public Schools Community District: “DPSCD Temporarily Suspends All Face-To-Face School Instruction.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer: “Citing surge in COVID-19, Philly schools reverse reopening plan; will continue virtual instruction until further notice.”

Boston Public Schools: “Boston Public Schools Shifts to All Remote Learning Due to Rising COVID-19 Cases Citywide.”

The New York Times: “N.Y.C. Schools May Close Again, a Grim Sign of a Global Dilemma,” “California Issues Tough Restrictions and Iowa Mandates Masks as States Try to Tame Virus.”

Travel advisory, California Department of Public Health.

CBS News: “Michigan orders restaurants to end indoor dining; high schools and colleges to pause in-person classes.”

The Navajo Nation, Office of the President and Vice President: “Navajo Nation to implement more public health measures on Monday as health experts recommend online learning and advise against reopening casinos.”

KOB4: “New Mexico begins lockdown as state looks to curb spread”

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