No New Coronavirus Deaths For Second Week In Glenview

GLENVIEW, IL — Like every other municipality in Illinois, the Village of Glenview has been dealing with its own unique data points regarding the coronavirus. According to the Cook County Medical Examiner, 48 people have died due to COVID-19 in Glenview since April 7. That marks the second consecutive week since Patch has been tracking these numbers every week that there have been no new deaths. There was just one new death between June 19-26. The most deaths in a single day were four on April 14.

As of Friday, there have been 296 coronavirus-related cases in Glenview, according to

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Florida ICUs nearing capacity as deaths spike; Nevada, New Mexico renew restrictions; Kentucky requires masks

A spiking COVID-19 case count in Florida is straining the Sunshine State’s hospital system as nearly half of its intensive care units are at least 90% full, state data shows.

On Thursday, Florida recorded a one-day record of 120 deaths. More than 4,000 people have died there since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Mississippi has also seen a recent strain on its hospitals. Five largest medical centers in the have no ICU bed space for new patients – coronavirus or otherwise – and are being forced to turn patients away.

Meanwhile, some states are scaling back reopening guidelines or

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Watch Kate Beckinsale Do Yoga With Her Cat And Dog In These 2 Hilarious Videos

Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

From Women’s Health

  • Kate Beckinsale posted two hilarious videos of herself doing yoga while her cat and dog sat on her mat.

  • Kate made a joke in the caption about how it’s possible she smelled like “droppings.”

  • The actress also works out with trainer Brad Siskind.

Actress Kate Beckinsale and her pets have been spending lots of time together during quarantine. And the furballs (she has two Persian cats, Clive and Willow, and two dogs named Ingrid and Myf) love to be close to her when she’s doing her at-home yoga workouts.

She shared a couple funny

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Exotic meats are a Chinese delicacy. But they’re causing concern about another outbreak.

Ou Yang is having a hard time finding snake to eat.

“A very famous restaurant specialized in cooking snakes in my city already stopped providing such dishes,” Ou told NBC News from Foshan, in southern China, where snake has long been regarded as a delicacy. “They are all banned now.”

As the world struggles to contain the coronavirus pandemic, China is clamping down on the sale of wildlife for human consumption amid concerns about another outbreak of a zoonotic disease. What began as a temporary ban to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 is making legislative leaps to a broader ban

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Illinois Coronavirus Update July 8: 149,432 Cases, 7,099 deaths

ILLINOIS — State health officials on Wednesday announced 980 new cases of the coronavirus and 36 additional deaths from COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the virus. That represents an uptick in new cases, which had been fairly flat since the end of June, after falling from their peak on May 12. Deaths, which have dropped steadily since mid-June, are now back in the double digits after falling into the single digits over the holiday weekend. The statewide numbers now stand at 148,452 confirmed infections and 7,063 deaths, not counting another 1,122 probable cases and an additional 210 probable deaths.

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