Here's the latest updates about the coronavirus and its impact on the Quad-Cities.

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Four residents of Hope Creek Care Center have tested positive for COVID-19.

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Despite severe coronavirus outbreaks at meat-packing plants in western Illinois and southeastern Iowa, Tyson Fresh Foods has resumed operations in the Quad Cities area.

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With temps reaching the low 70s Wednesday afternoon, Rock Island County Health Department Administrator Nita Ludwig wanted to make sure Quad-Citians did not let their guard down while finally going outside.

Getting outside and exercising is a good way to relieve stress, she said Wednesday, “However, our public health recommendations don’t end as you walk outdoors.”

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The Quad-City Music Guild Board has canceled three summer productions — Spamalot, Mamma Mia!, and Matilda — due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Graduation? Prom?

It’s pretty much wait and see at UT. So says Jay Morrow, United Township High School superintendent after about a two-hour remote board meeting Monday night.

“In many ways, it’s just kind of a wait and see mode,” he said. “It’s really frustrating for all parties.

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MUSCATINE — Through May 5, Muscatine McDonald’s will be offering first responders and health care workers a free “Thank You Meal” for their se…

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SPRINGFIELD — The meat supply chain, which was running at full capacity at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, is now taking a hit as the dise…

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MUSCATINE — A case of COVID-19 was found Friday at the Kraft-Heinz plant in Muscatine.

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WATERLOO — Following criticism from public health officials over coronavirus concerns, Tyson Foods on Wednesday announced it is closing its Wa…

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Despite skipping a branch or three on the mathematics tree, even I know running 100 miles in seven days — more than 14 miles per day — is grueling.

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Although she did not establish a timeline, Gov. Kim Reynolds said Wednesday her administration is crunching the numbers on the new coronavirus…

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SPRINGFIELD — Illinois health officials reported the state’s largest one-day increase of COVID-19 cases and test results Wednesday as Gov. JB …

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WATERLOO — The closure of Tyson Fresh Meats affects a wide swath of area residents, from employees out of work, to the county's three hospital…

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The Millan Village Board Monday approved the 2020 Commercial Business Assistance Loan Program (CBALP) to assist businesses impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic. The program offers options for both forgivable loans and 0% interest loans of $2,500 per business and works in tandem with the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).