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This Diwali, say no to crackers and avoid spike in COVID-19 cases: Doctors

Mid-Day Friday, 30 October 2020
THIS Diwali say no to firecrackers, bonfires and even avoid burning waste, especially dry leaves, as any form of smoke can trigger a serious health concern, owing to the *COVID-19* pandemic, says health experts. They say the rise in air pollutants would impact the health of the lungs, which is very likely to lead to a spike in...
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News video: Citywide Curfew: Pueblo Will Be Under 10 P.M. Curfew After Spike In COVID-19 Cases

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The entire City of Pueblo will be under a 10 p.m. curfew for the next two weeks, in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. There has been a spike in cases and the mayor said the curfew is necessary to keep schools and small businesses open, KKTV reported.

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