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COVID-19 Stats: Sat. Sept. 19, Barnes+4Stuts+4

COVID-19 Stats: Sat. Sept. 19, Barnes+4Stuts+4

NDDoH COVID-19 Stats Sat. Sept. 19, 2020 Posted 11-a.m.   Barnes New Positives  4 Total Positives  212 Active Cases 58 Recovered 158   Stutsman New Positives  4 Total Positives  475 Active Cases 93 Recovered 379   COVID-19...

 

Burgum: Flags Half Staff, Respect Ginsburg

Burgum:  Flags Half Staff, Respect Ginsburg

Bismarck   (CSi) Gov. Doug Burgum has directed all government agencies to fly the United States and North Dakota flags at half-staff, and encourages North Dakotans to do the same at their homes and businesses, as a sign of respect for the...

 

North Dakota August Jobless Rate down

North Dakota August Jobless Rate down

Bismarck  (CSi) – Job Service North Dakota reported that labor statistics released Friday show North Dakota’s August not seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 4.8 percent. The unemployment rate decreased 1.5 percentage points between...

 

Farmers Union applauds 2nd round of farm aid

Farmers Union applauds 2nd round of farm aid

Jamestown  (NDFU)   – North Dakota Farmers Union applauded Friday’s announcement by the United States Department of Agriculture that a second round of farm aid will provide $14 billion to producers who have experienced market disruptions...

 

Child care options,navigate COVID-19 and school

Child care options,navigate COVID-19 and school

Bismarck  (NDDHS)  – With the mix of in-person and online public schooling happening in communities across North Dakota, families want to understand their options for safe, quality child care, especially for their school-age children. The...

 

Sweeping plans for COVID-19 vaccine, update

Sweeping plans for COVID-19 vaccine, update

WASHINGTON (AP & CSi) — The federal government is outlining a sweeping plan to make COVID-19 vaccines available for free to all Americans. A top health official cautioned that widespread vaccination is unlikely until into 2021. The director...

 

Remains of ND Sailor, killed at Pearl Harbor returned

Remains of ND Sailor, killed at Pearl Harbor returned

MANDAN, N.D. (AP) — The remains of a Navy sailor who was killed during the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor have been identified and will be returned to his home state of North Dakota. Navy Fireman 2nd Class Albert Renner was assigned...

 

ND 2020 census response rate

ND 2020 census response rate

Fargo, ND – As Non response Follow up  continues, ND’s census response rate is approaching 95%. The U.S. Census Bureau began visiting North Dakota households that have not responded to the 2020 census on July 30. As of September 15, North...

 

Gov Burgum’s Covid News Briefing Monday

Gov Burgum’s Covid News Briefing Monday

Bismarck  (CSi)  Governor Doug Burgum, Monday afternoon held his weekly COVID-19 News Briefing from the state capitol in Bismarck. Watch at Facebook Burgum said saving lives and livelihood, includes metal health as well as physical health...

 

Adjustment how ND COVID positivity rate reported

Adjustment how ND COVID positivity rate reported

  Late this past week, the COVID Tracking Project & Johns Hopkins University adjusted how the ND COVID-19 positivity rate was being reported nationally after discussions with NDDoH and ND Unified Command. NDDoH epidemiologist Ben Schram...

 
 
 
 

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