The state's seven-day rolling average of new COVID-19 cases was below 1,000 at the end of October, but it exceeded 1,400 by mid-November.
Spot coin shortages, an unintended consequence of the economic lockdown intended to curb spread of the coronavirus, are again turning up in some regions of the nation.
"What I'm worried about is there are millions of Americans out there at risk of falling into this chasm where they don't have sufficient support," Peter Navarro said.
After warning his residents to stay home and avoid traveling this weekend, the mayor of Denver flew to Houston on Wednesday for a small Thanksgiving gathering with his wife and daughter. He plans to quarantine for 14 days upon his return.
Forty-one Mississippi counties have implemented a mask mandate as coronavirus infections and hospitalizations surge across the state.
"ICE should listen to the medical and public health experts who want the agency to stop terrorizing our communities and deporting harmless people during this pandemic. It's needless, cruel, and undermines the COVID-19 containment efforts," Warren tweeted on Wednesday.
A dozen hospital leaders have said that they are facing staff shortages in Texas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois.
As cases rise across the U.S., Tennessee schools remain open, there is no statewide mask mandate and no official limits on Thanksgiving gatherings.
The legislation would provide $5 billion to the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund for states that implement mask requirments.
"To suggest we were saying you can't have dinner with a large family is ridiculous," Governor Andy Beshear responded.
"We're not going to tell them they aren't allowed to have people over at Thanksgiving. That's not productive," Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said about limiting gatherings over the holiday weekend.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country's top infectious diseases expert, told CBS News that people traveling for the holidays "are going to get us into even more trouble than we're in right now".
Roughly 1 in 6 adults and 1 in 4 children in the U.S. are struggling to meet their basic food needs this holiday season.
"This does seem suspicious," said law professor John Coffee Jr., but "you need more than suspicions to convict."
In addition to the checkpoints and quarantine mandates, travelers coming into New York City will be asked to submit a health form upon arrival.
The Texas city is still owned money after Donald Trump held a campaign rally at the El Paso County Coliseum last February.
The former Fed Chair has a mixed record on fiscal policy, having called for debt-reduction measures that are closer to austerity but also touting the need for "extraordinary fiscal support" in the pandemic.
"The doorstep claps are now long forgotten and the monumental efforts made by workers during this pandemic appear to have been disregarded."
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Los Angeles County officials are discussing a ban, with the county's public health director warning that hospitals being overwhelmed "is now a very real possibility."
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The annual Thanksgiving tradition will go on, but in a very different fashion from years past. It will be filmed without audiences and a reduced number of participants.
A stalemate over a further relief package continues, with differing stances blocking the passage of a deal through Congress.
In a letter sent to congressional lawmakers, the technology company urged Congress to establish a group of scientists and private sector resources to use artificial intelligence and other technologies to combat future calamities.
Louisiana, Oklahoma and South Carolina top states where people said they will be eating thanksgiving dinner with those outside their own homes.
President-elect Joe Biden has picked former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen to serve as the next U.S. Treasury Secretary.
From healthcare to foreign aid, Chancellor Rishi Sunak reveals his plan for spending taxpayers' money amid the grim economic backdrop of the pandemic.
President Donald Trump's job approval rating increased by 5 percentage points between October and November, according to information from the Harvard-Harris poll.
Experts are urging the public to be informed that promising new COVID-19 vaccines that may soon be available could provoke severe, but temporary, side effects in some who receive them.