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Coronavirus live updates: US will surpass 25 million reported infections today; nationally ranked Michigan basketball teams paused

The United States on Sunday will surpass 25 million cases of COVID-19, but a coronavirus model says the true number could be twice that. Latest News.

1/24/2021 6:05:00 PM

The United States on Sunday will surpass 25 million cases of COVID-19, but an influential coronavirus model says the true number is likely much higher: Latest coronavirus updates.

The United States on Sunday will surpass 25 million cases of COVID-19, but a coronavirus model says the true number could be twice that. Latest News.

Authorities in California's Placer County are investigating a death that came hours after the victim was vaccinated. The Placer County Sheriff said the person had tested positive for COVID-19 in late December and was administered a COVID-19 vaccine several hours before their death on January 21, 2021. Multiple local, state, and federal agencies are investigating this case, the sheriff's department said in a statement. No additional details were released.

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"Any reports surrounding the cause of death are premature, pending the outcome of the investigation," the statement said.Dr. Anthony Fauci has said people who had COVID-19 should wait 90 days after infection before they get vaccinated to prevent interference with"natural antibodies" from the infection. Dr. Dean Blumberg, an infectious disease expert at UC Davis Children’s hospital, told

KTLA-TVin Los Angeles that the"vast majority" of severe allergic reactions to the vaccine occur 15-30 minutes following immunization. Blumberg said that if the death happened several hours later, it is “probably not the severe allergic reaction, anaphylaxis, that we worry about.”

Michigan's nationally ranked men's, women's basketball teams on 'pause' The entire University of Michigan athletic department is pausing after several positive tests for the new COVID-19 variant that transmits at a higher rate. The state Department of Health and Human Services issued the mandate after positive COVID-19 tests for several people linked to the athletic department. The entire department could be in quarantine for two weeks, the school said.

The 11th-ranked women’s basketball team was set to play at home against Purdue on Sunday. The men’s tennis team was hosting a tournament while women’s tennis was in Atlanta. The men’s gymnastics event at Nebraska was also postponed. The seventh-ranked men’s basketball team wasn’t supposed to play until Wednesday at Penn State.

“We must do everything we can to minimize the spread among student-athletes, coaches, staff, and to the student-athletes at other schools,” athletic director Warde Manuel said.Nevada man charged with fraud,  obtaining $2M in COVID aidFederal prosecutors have charged a Nevada man with fraudulently obtaining about $2 million in federal coronavirus relief aid meant for small businesses to buy luxury vehicles and condominiums in Las Vegas. The U.S. attorney’s office in Nevada accused Jorge Abramovs of bank fraud after he allegedly applied for funding to at least seven banks from April to June 2020. The complaint said a financial analysis determined Abramovs spent the money on personal luxury items, including a 2020 Bentley Continental GT Convertible for more than $260,000 and a 2020 Tesla Model 3 for about $55,000.

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"I had to ask myself every morning: is there something that I think I can do that would be helpful in responding to this pandemic?" she said."And when it became a point where I couldn’t, I wasn’t getting anywhere – and that was like right before the election – I wrote a very detailed communication plan of what needed to happen the day after the election and how that needed to be executed. And there was a lot of promise that that would happen."

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COVID-19 updates: US sees 1st day since early November with fewer than 100,000 new cases

A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now infected more than 105 million people worldwide and killed over 2.2 million of them.

With superspreader events and a gov uninterested in stopping them or transparency, FL cases likely much higher than reported. eg: maskless, crowded events in Naples that the biz happily shares publicly: How about not continuing with the negative side of it, and start reporting the positive sides? Meaning.... how many tests come back negative? Be a little positive ones in a while.

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