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At his weekly COVID-19 briefing, Governor Doug Burgum said new North Dakota Smart guidelines would go into effect this Friday at 5pm.

This includes some counties changing from one risk level to another.

The state health department has confirmed eight more deaths related to COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 365.

 

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Twelve additional deaths, 517 new COVID-19 cases in ND

Oct 13, 2020

The state health department has confirmed twelve more deaths related to COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 357.

 

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ND Health Dept: six deaths, 475 new coronavirus cases

Oct 12, 2020

Six more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll to 345.

 

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ND COVID-19: 640 new cases, three deaths

Oct 11, 2020

Three more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll to 339.

 

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  • Man in his 100s from Emmons County with underlying health conditions.
  • Man in his 70s from Kidder County with underlying health conditions.
  • Woman in her 70s from Stark County with underlying health conditions.

 

Fifteen more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll to 336.

 

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·         Woman in her 80s from Benson County with underlying health conditions.  

·         Man in his 70s from Burleigh County with underlying health conditions.  

·         Woman in her 90s from Burleigh County with underlying health conditions.  

Eleven more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll to 321.

 

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Six more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll to 310.

 

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In the single deadliest day since the pandemic began, the health department is confirming 24 more North Dakotans have passed away with the novel coronavirus. The statewide death toll is now 304.

 

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The chairman of the Legislature’s interim Information Technology Committee believes there will be a lot of discussion about telecommuting, during the 2021 Legislative Session.

Because of the pandemic, Governor Burgum allowed a number of state employees to work from home. And he hints he may have some proposals to allow that telecommuting to continue.

Rep. Corey Mock (D-Grand Forks) said it has raised a number of questions.

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