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Mariposa County Public Health Reports One New Positive Case for a Total of 379 Confirmed Cases

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February 7, 2021 – Mariposa County COVID-19 Case Update 2/7/21.

One (1) new COVID-19 positive case reported today.

Case 379 – 21 year old female. Isolated. Person to person transmission.

Mariposa County currently has 379 total cases. 12 of those are currently active with two (2) hospitalized.

Mariposa County is in the Red Tier in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. You can learn more about the change here:

To view more COVID-19 statistics for Mariposa County please visit the dashboard or visit to visit the mobile dashboard.

Avoid large gatherings, wear a face covering, and

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Daughter Of Immigrants Among Health Workers Heading To Super Bowl

TAMPA, FL — When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs square off in Super Bowl LV, among those in the stands of Raymond James Stadium will be thousands of front-line health care workers who have been working in risking throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Of the 25,000 fans allowed to attend the game in person, about 7,500 of those in attendance will be vaccinated health care workers. Among them is a 26-year-old registered nurse and lifelong Hillsborough County resident who never imagined when she decided to attend nursing school that, just a few years later, she’d be caring for

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Two taco vendors in El Monte arrested after altercation breaks out with health department

Two taco stand vendors in El Monte were arrested after an altercation broke out with the county health department. 

The incident, which was caught on camera, happened Saturday night near the intersection of Valley Blvd. Mountain Ave.

The health department had received several complaints about unpermitted food vending, which is a violation, but when police officers and health inspectors arrived at the location things got violent. 

Officials say the vendors got aggressive, resulting in two arrests. 

“One inspector was kicked by one of the food operators while being

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The stories behind the health award

By Assunta Ng
Northwest Asian Weekly

More than 2,900 U.S. health care workers have died due to COVID-19 since last March, and 65% of them are people of color, according to The Guardian.

There are 387,901 cases of COVID-19 among healthcare personnel, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Health care workers have paid a steep price to fight COVID on the front lines. Many are exhausted, working double shifts each day. Everywhere, there is a shortage of COVID doctors and nurses. How are these workers going to endure this long, challenging battle against the relentless COVID in the

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