Today's cases: 220
Today's deaths: 5

Total cases: 1,450
Total deaths: 35

Hospitalizations: 143
In ICU: 45

Residents stay home except for essential trips
Gatherings of no more than 5 people

Schools and colleges
Restaurants, bars, cafes
(just takeout / delivery)
Nonessential retail stores
Public parks and beaches
Indoor recreation facilities

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