Millions of Californians may soon be under a regional stay-at-home order once again under new restrictions announced by Gov. Gavin Newsom, which will take hold in regions where hospitals are feeling the squeeze on capacity to treat the incoming surge of Covid-19 patients.

Funeral homes across the country are scrambling to keep up with the soaring coronavirus death toll. In El Paso, Texas, the city's largest funeral home, Sunset Funeral Homes, has far exceeded its average annual number of services. CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with manager Jose Amezcua about ho…

The White House Coronavirus Task Force recommends South Dakota ensure masks at all times in public and said face covering requirements have been shown to “improve adherence and lower transmission” of COVID-19, but Gov. Kristi Noem is unlikely to institute a mask mandate nine months into the pandemic.

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Learning in the past 24 hours that seven residents had tested positive for COVID-19, Fahrney Keedy Senior Living Community President and CEO Stephen Coetzee said the facility has entered a staffing crisis.

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MoneyTips

Are the holidays not hectic enough for you? Put aside your gift list for a moment; how about adding a home sale to your to-do list?

Most people avoid selling their homes during the holidays, but you may not have any choice in the matter. If you need to sell your home around the end of the year, here are seven tips to help your sale go smoothly.

  1. Minimize Holiday Decorations – Not everyone has the same love of holiday decorations, and poorly maintained, tacky, or overly religious displays can be a turnoff for potential buyers. Keep the seasonal decorations simple and easy to maintain.

    That applies to the outside as well as the inside of your home – avoid browning out the neighborhood with your awesome light display.

  2. Keep It Clean – Keeping the home free of tracked-in mud, snow, and other debris is even tougher in the winter months, and arguably even more important. Vacuum well and vacuum often.
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Stacker used American and international news reports to compile a list of cities, countries, and U.S. states that went into second shutdowns or imposed other significant restrictions due to second waves of COVID-19 cases in the summer and fall. The regions are listed here chronologically acc…

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The United Kingdom has become the first Western nation to approve a Covid-19 vaccine, a landmark moment in the coronavirus pandemic that paves the way for the first doses to be rolled out across the country. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses.

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Depression is on the rise, but not all states are affected equally. Stacker analyzed American depression rates and the state of the nation’s mental health in general, utilizing data from the CDC.

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Companies are racing to create a COVID-19 vaccine. Stacker has used data from the CDC, FDA, and other health sources to show how these vaccines are being made and approved.

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To determine the states with the highest rates of reported COVID-19 hospitalizations, Stacker compared hospitalizations reported by the Department of Health and Human Services with population data from the U.S. Census.

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From sleeping hammocks to siestas, Sunday Citizen looks at how people from around the world get their sleep, according to scientific research and news articles.

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Following a month of skyrocketing Covid-19 cases, the US has reached its highest number yet of hospitalizations due to the virus. The US surpassed 80,000 daily hospitalizations on November 19 and set new records steadily for 17 days straight until Friday, according to the COVID Tracking Proj…

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Alison Johnson, a registered nurse and director of the critical care unit at Johnson City Medical Center in Tennessee, explains the impact a pandemic makes on hospitals. She tells CNN's Boris Sanchez the mental health toll is as real as coronavirus. If you or someone you know needs help, cal…

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CNN's Chloe Melas talks with lifestyle writers and editors about how to protect your mental health during a holiday season complicated by the coronavirus pandemic.