Today's cases: 147
Today's deaths: 3

Total cases: 1,229
Total deaths: 30

Hospitalizations: 123
In ICU: 40

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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Governor Gina Raimondo said Sunday eight more Rhode Island residents died from the coronavirus as the state faces “widespread community spread” of the highly contagious disease.

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Governor Gina M. Raimondo announced three more people have died and 97 more Rhode Islanders have tested positive for coronavirus in Rhode Island.

R.I. Supreme Court approves releasing 52 inmates to lessen coronavirus risk

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R.I. nursing homes are a hotspot for the coronavirus, infecting and killing the frail

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Half the Rhode Islanders who have died from the coronavirus lived in nursing homes

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The Easter Bunny is an ‘essential worker,' Governor Raimondo tells kids

From serious inquiries about helping the homeless to lighter ones about the Easter Bunny, Governor Gina Raimondo used her daily live televised press conference Thursday to answer questions about the coronavirus submitted by thousands of students across Rhode Island.

R.I. DMV closes for two days after staff member tests positive for the coronavirus

The DMV will spend two days scrubbing its main offices in Cranston.

After year of protests and litigation, Wyatt talking with bondholders about ‘a way forward’

The facility is making progress toward a goal of refinancing its heavy debt burden, gaining a greater degree of autonomy, and restarting payments to Central Falls, the board chairman said Thursday.