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05/27/2020: Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Reach 69 in Cape Co. with 2 Deaths; Testing Available June 5th


Updated: May 27, 2020 at 6:05 p.m. Wednesday's total confirmed COVID-19 cases in Cape County are now at 69 with 24 probable cases, totaling 93 overall, and there have been two deaths. One death was reported in Cape County due to COVID-19 on April 7th. The second death was on May 14th. The case was a close contact to a confirmed case. There are 21 active cases, and 70 cases have recovered. Eight cases have been travel-related, 31 were exposed by close contact, and the origin of 30 cases is unknown.

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New York businesses can refuse entrance to anyone who doesn't wear a face mask, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday, under his executive order that gives store owners the authority to decide whether patrons must wear a mask or other face coverings to enter.

Face masks are "amazingly" effective in slowing the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, the governor said.

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Thursday, May 28 // Crafty Recyclables Webinar @ Missouri State Parks

Missouri State Parks will host a Facebook Live on crafty recyclables on May 17. In this virtual event, staff at the Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park will show viewers how to create a recycled bird feeder using a variety of household objects. This live stream will take place on Thursday, May 28 from 2 to 3 p.m. on the park’s Facebook event page. Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/249604669730015/

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