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The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

SALEM (AP) — A coronavirus variant that was first detected in Brazil has emerged in Southern Oregon, the first known case of the new variant on the U.S. West Coast, medical authorities said Tuesday.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

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The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

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The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

There are no new COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon, keeping the state’s death toll at 2,155, the Oregon Health Authority reported Monday.

Lillyin Friend leaned over, putting her ear to the mouth of the CPR training dummy. Not breathing. She puts her fingers on the dummy’s neck, checking for a pulse. No pulse. It was time for 30 chest compressions.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

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The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

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President Biden made an early pandemic show by promising that a majority of American schools would reopen in his first 100 days in office. But (last week) we learned that this depends on the meaning of the word “reopen.”

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

Two significant events happened Monday. First, individuals 75 and older became eligible for vaccination. Second, national bad weather brought the news this week’s shipment of vaccine will most likely be delayed until Thursday.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

Public virtual forums for Klamath Falls City Schools Superintendent finalists have been rescheduled from this week to Thursday, Feb. 25, due to extreme weather and loss of power across the country.

There were no COVID-19 related deaths in Oregon on Monday, and the state’s death toll remains at 2,137, the Oregon Health Authority reported.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.

The Herald and News is switching to a new expanded format for its COVID-19 updates in response to rising case rates in Klamath County.