The state sees some good trends in the past week, but Thanksgiving could be a make-or-break period.
Governor declares a new state of public health emergency due to dwindling hospital capacity in recent COVID-19 surge.
Promising treatment will need to be rationed at first, as supply will not meet the demand.
State Supreme Court is already considering a challenge to the previous order. Governor notes the Legislature’s lame duck session of 2018 shows there’s no excuse to stay inactive.
“That has been as big of a challenge as the disease itself,” says one pulmonologist.
Board members also voted down a measure recommending masks be worn in public.
A full-state recount would cost $7.9 million, so the campaign is focusing on the state’s two largest counties for a cheaper recount.
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