Politics Florida reports third straight single-day coronavirus death record
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Porter also claimed he has never received a vaccine in his life. Murray noted that the University of Missouri, where Porter played college ball, requires all students to be up to date on certain immunizations. However, there are medical and religious waivers. Porter Jr. ended his response to the question with the following: "It is a serious thing. It's a real thing but this is being overblown." — Clevis Murray (@ClevisMurray) July 29, 2020 It’s possible Porter Jr. hasn’t been vaccinated. According to the University of Missouri website, students can apply for a medical or religious waiver.
Florida reported 252 coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours on Thursday, its third straight single-day record total of COVID-19 fatalities.
9,956 new cases, bringing its total to more than 461,000 infections and 6,709 deaths since the start of the pandemic.
Florida's ranks as the second-highest infection total in the nation, just behind California's 473,785, according to .
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Florida is the largest state in the country without some form of a statewide mask mandate.
Reuters reported Thursday that the Miami-area school district, the fourth-largest in the nation, will not immediately return students to classrooms when schools open for the academic year in a few week
On Wednesday, six other states reported single-day fatality records for the virus: California, Idaho, North Carolina, Texas and South Dakota
Total U.S. deaths from COVID-19 on Wednesday. Deaths related to the virus have risen for three weeks in a row, although week-to-week case numbers began to fall for the first time in June.
Brewers-Cardinals game postponed due to positive coronavirus tests .
The Brewers were scheduled to play the Cardinals on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. No official announcement has been made regarding the remainder of the series. Several MLB series have now been postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests. MLB has reportedly not considered canceling the remaining of the season.Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports. Customize your email to get the latest news on your favorite sports, teams and schools. Emailed daily. Always free! Sign up now ▸More must-reads:Report: Cardinals player tests positive for COVID-19, game vs.