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Kate Brown said residents should call the police on anyone who is not following the state's COVID-19 mandates, according to Fox News. "This is no different than what happens if there's a party down the street and it's keeping everyone awake," Brown told KGW-TV in an interview Friday. Brown announced a "two-week freeze" earlier this month to help slow down the spiking coronavirus cases in the state. It's about protecting our vulnerable community members and frankly, it's about protecting the entire state of Oregon." —Governor Kate Brown (@OregonGovBrown) November 23, 2020According to Johns Hopkins University data available Monday, there have been 65,170 COVID-19 cases and 820 deaths in Oregon.
Persons: Kate Brown, Brown, KGW Organizations: Oregon Gov, Fox News, Johns Hopkins University Locations: Oregon, COVID, Sunday , Oregon
Keene said her son feared an apocalypse, or zombie invasion, and asked to be kept in a room with no windows. “I sort of joke that like, possibly my son was the only person actually having a sane reaction,” Keene said. “I was like, ‘Well, you could call it a mental health crisis or you could call it sane.’”A home bursts into flames from the Shady Fire as it approaches Santa Rosa, Calif., on Sept. 28, 2020. That is a way saying the more bad stuff that happens to you, the greater the odds are that you will develop serious mental health problems,” Taylor said. The wildfire caused the evacuation of 40,000 residents, killing four people and five are still missin.
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Some state and city officials say the virus is everywhere; local outbreaks cannot be traced back to a single event or venue. Democrats take the leadIn New Mexico, Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said in a Twitter post that the state will "hit reset" and begin a statewide stay-at-home order on Monday. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, said state officials were acting "with more precision" in rolling out a set of targeted restrictions last week. Andrew Kelly | ReutersDemocratic New York Gov.
Persons: Go Nakamura, Kate Brown, Brown, Michelle Lujan Grisham, Jay Inslee, Gretchen Whitmer, Whitmer, Joe Biden, Tom Brenner, That's, Gavin Newsom, Newsom, Celine Gounder, Lori Lightfoot, Phil Murphy, Andrew Cuomo, Andrew Kelly, Cuomo, We've, Let's, " Cuomo, Bill de Blasio, Mike DeWine, Justin Merriman Organizations: United Memorial Medical Center, Getty, Oregon Gov, Democrat, Democratic, Residents, Washington Gov, Michigan, U.S, Recreation, The, NYU Grossman School of Medicine, Chicago, New, New Jersey Gov, Riverside Church, Reuters Democratic New York Gov, Gov Locations: coronavirus, Houston , Texas, U.S, New Mexico, Beech, Southfield , Michigan, California, New Jersey, New York, Manhattan , New York City, Northeastern, New York City, Columbus , Ohio
The nation surpassed more than 11 million reported Covid-19 cases on Sunday, adding an additional 1 million cases in less than a week. A national lockdown of businesses and schools is a "measure of last resort," even as cases continue to surge to record-highs across the U.S., a top coronavirus advisor to President-elect Joe Biden said on Sunday. A Biden transition official told NBC News that a shutdown "is not in line with the president-elect's thinking." "We are not in support of a nationwide lockdown," Dr. Atul Gawande, a professor of surgery and health policy at Harvard and a Biden advisor, told ABC's "This Week" on Sunday. Some states 'hit reset'More states are beginning to ease back into coronavirus restrictions and institute statewide mask mandates as coronavirus cases continue to soar ahead of the holidays.
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A health care professional walks past an ambulance during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., November 13, 2020. Oregon Governor Kate Brown took the additional step of ordering social gatherings limited to no more than six people, effective immediately, a restriction she said she was prepared to enforce. “I am not asking you, I am telling you, to stop your social gatherings ... and your house parties and to limit your social interactions to six and under, not more than one household,” Brown said. “This is the fastest rate of rise we have seen in California,” said Dr. Erica Pan, the state’s acting health officer and chief epidemiologist. “Public health principles don’t change from one month to another or from one administration to another,” he said in an interview.
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Kate Brown on Friday announced a "two-week freeze" on most activities and nonessential business across the state to curb what she described as an "alarming spike" in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. "One week ago, I announced a two-week pause on social activities to slow the spread of Covid-19 in several of our counties across the state," Brown said. "Unfortunately, since then, we've seen an alarming spike in both cases and Covid-19 hospitalizations." As the virus resurges this fall, state and city officials have taken more targeted action to address the rise in cases and hospitalizations. Dr. Dean Sidelinger, Oregon state epidemiologist, said Covid-19 hospitalizations are up 50% in the past week and 100% over the past month.
Persons: Kate Brown, Brown, we've, Dr, Dean Sidelinger Organizations: Oregon Gov Locations: Oregon, Covid, California , Oregon, Washington, Chicago, New York , New Jersey, that's, Dean Sidelinger , Oregon, Portland
United States nears 10 million coronavirus cases
  + stars: | 2020-11-08 | by ( Madeline Holcombe | Theresa Waldrop | ) + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
(CNN) The United States is hurtling toward yet another grim milestone of 10 million cases, with over 9.9 million reported cases as of Sunday evening, according to Johns Hopkins University data. ET on Sunday, marking the fifth highest day of new cases in the country since the pandemic began. Sixteen states reported record high Covid-19 hospitalizations Friday, according to the Covid Tracking Project, and 22 states have reported at least one record high day of coronavirus hospitalizations during November, so far. On Sunday morning, the global number of cases topped 50 million, with the US, India, Brazil and Russia, in that order, the hardest hit, composing more than half the cases, Johns Hopkins reports. While the total number of cases in the US approaches 10 million, Texas alone is inching toward 1 million cases, with more than 5,000 reported Sunday.
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Police arrest 11 in Portland, 50 in New York at protests after U.S. vote
  + stars: | 2020-11-05 | by ( Kanishka Singh | ) sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
In New York, police said they had made about 50 arrests in protests that spread in the city late on Wednesday. Demonstrations, mostly small and peaceful, were held in cities across the United States by supporters of Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Activists also staged rallies in Atlanta, Detroit and Oakland demanding that vote counts proceed unimpeded. Slideshow ( 6 images )“All of the gatherings that were declared riots were downtown,” a Portland Police spokesman told Reuters in an emailed statement. Portland has seen months of demonstrations since Floyd’s death, particularly in the city’s downtown area, with protests occasionally turning into clashes between demonstrators and police as well as between right- and left-wing groups.
Persons: Kate Brown, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, George Floyd Organizations: Reuters, Police, National Guard, U.S, Democratic, Denver Police Department, Portland Police, Locations: Portland, Oregon, New York, United States, Denver, Minneapolis, Atlanta , Detroit, Oakland, , Detroit, Michigan
(Reuters) - Democrats entered the 2020 U.S. elections looking to roll back much of the commanding presence Republicans had in state governments, but instead wound up losing ground as votes were counted on Wednesday. U.S. Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden accompanied by his wife Jill, delivers remarks after early results from the 2020 U.S. presidential election in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Mike SegarRepublicans won majorities in both chambers of the New Hampshire State House and took back the Montana governor’s mansion, which had been held by a retiring Democrat. Greg Gianforte’s win in Montana over Democrat Mike Cooney gave Republicans 27 of the country’s 50 governorships. Democrats, who began with only 39 chambers, jacked up their spending this year on campaigns in eight states, including Arizona, North Carolina, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Texas.
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Legalizing interstate cannabis commerce has stirred up mixed feelings in the industry as some state governments and officials push for commerce compacts and Congressional approval. Legal interstate cannabis commerce won't come to the United States until its Schedule I status is rescheduled or removed entirely from the Controlled Substances Act. Notable names supporting the effort include Flow Kana, The Minority Cannabis Business Alliance, and The Craft Cannabis Alliance. Read more: The sweet spot for cannabis business opportunities is somewhere between medical and recreational — experts explain how to find itOthers aren't so certain of interstate cannabis commerce's inevitability. Scott also referred to ongoing alcohol shipping disputes as a sign of a long battle for the cannabis market.
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