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Number of Mortgage Applications Increases due to COVID-19 Implications –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)– published a new article on the mortgage industry “Number of Mortgage Applications Increases due to COVID-19 Implications” Demand for mortgages is increasing as a result of pent up demand for housing and low interest rates. Total mortgage application volume increased 8% for the week ending June 12th 2020. Some analysts predict that housing might be a bright spot …

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COVID-19 Cases On The Rise In Parts Of Illinois

Illinois’ declining number of positive COVID-19 cases has started flattening over the past week in some areas of the state, while other areas are starting to see a slight uptick, according to two epidemiologists in Chicago. “Though it’s still tentative … the slowdown has really stopped, and we’re getting a little bit more of a flattening potentially, and a bit …

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LA’s Covid-19 ‘explosion’: overwhelmed hospitals, struggling workers, shuttered restaurants | Los Angeles

Los Angeles is facing an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations as the region backtracks on reopening before a major holiday weekend. LA county broke records in recent days with worrying coronavirus outbreaks and fatality rates – the county reported three straight days of more than 2,100 new cases. Worried the Fourth of July weekend may exacerbate the crisis, …

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US included on England’s Covid-19 ‘red list’ for travellers | World news

The US will be on a “red list” of high-risk countries that people in England are advised not to visit for non-essential reasons because of its continued high level of coronavirus cases, the government has confirmed. Travel restrictions will be relaxed in England for more than 50 countries including nearly all EU countries, British territories such as Bermuda and Gibraltar, …

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What Makes Bars and Restaurants Potential Covid-19 Hot Spots

Public-health experts and government officials say they are worried bars and restaurants are playing a significant role in increasing Covid-19 case counts across parts of the U.S. These spaces pose particular challenges for transmission control because of both human behavior and the way the coronavirus spreads most efficiently—indoors through… Source link

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Penn State University student Juan Garcia from Allentown dies of COVID-19 complications

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania (WPVI) — A 21-year-old Penn State University student from Allentown has died due to coronavirus complications. The university said Thursday Juan Garcia’s passing is the first known Penn State student death related to the coronavirus. According to Penn State officials, the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences student died on June 30 of respiratory failure and COVID-19. …

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Nanotechnology shown to slow spread of COVID-19 virus in lung and white blood cells, study shows

SAN DIEGO, California — A promising technology slowed the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in cell cultures, researchers at the University of California San Diego and Boston University found in lab experiments. The United States led the world in coronavirus cases with 2.7 million confirmed Thursday, according to data maintained by Johns Hopkins University. Engineers at UC-San …

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