Plus, she said, she doesn’t understand why all 21 deaths were attributed to Roanoke.O’Dell noted that best intentions are being applied with regard to data collection and reporting but that there will be discrepancies. She noted, however, that a silver lining in this all was an increased community involvement in the statistics.For the Roanoke Alleghany Health District on May 28, O’Dell reported these numbers:Roanoke City: 180 cases, 12 deathsRoanoke County: 89 cases, 2 deathsAlleghany County: 16 cases, 2 deathsBotetourt County: 32 cases, 3 deathsCovington: 5 cases, 0 deathsCraig County: 6 cases, 0 deathsSalem: 32 cases, 2 deathsShe said for the district, they had tallied 372 cases, 219 female and 153 male.The positive cases were found in people ranging from 8 months old to 99 years old, and that there were 42 active cases. There were 10 new cases within the last 24 hours.We also asked for clarification about positive cases.
As part of a transportation funding package passed into law last year, the state’s gas tax was hiked by 3 cents to 24 cents per gallon. The tax is set to be indexed to inflation beginning next year. But activists are seeking to repeal the indexing by voter referendum in November.
3. Poached EggsI didn’t really discover the wonderfulness of poached eggs until I was an adult and now? I love them! I feel I’ve been missing out all these years! My boyfriend (now ex) made them for me, and I was hooked. I bought a four egg poacher for myself.
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Nearby stands Camilo Ramos, owner of Sol Travel on Lake Street, which he started about 20 years ago. The check cashing and money transfer business, which caters to the local immigrant community, is in disarray. His storefront has been looted three times this week.