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Arcata council renews emergency, lodges houseless, supports medical workers

Arcata council renews emergency, lodges houseless, supports medical workers

“What’s going to happen is, if somebody coughs in one of those situations, the food could be contaminated,” Winkler said, without citing any evidence of groceries being a disease vector in the community. “And that could be a conduit for somebody getting infected.”

Humboldt COVID-19 count now at 50

April 7, 2020 – COVID-19 Case Count Reaches 50 Humboldt County’s total number of COVID-19 cases now stands at 50, following confirmation of a single additional case today. Data available to date indicates the following means of transmission for all Humboldt County cases: Contact to a Known Case: 23 Travel-Acquired: 18 Community Transmission: 6 Under

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