Thursday September 24-th, 2020

'Drugs used on COVID-19 patients can cause severe side effects' 'Drugs used on COVID-19 patients can cause severe side effects'

Even as the experts from the medical field are rushing against the clock to find a cure for the fatal COVID-19, Dr Vladimir Zelenko , a board-certified family practitioner based in NY, claims to have successfully healed around 500 patients using a c...

BC announces 43 new COVID-19 cases, total stands at 1013 BC announces 43 new COVID-19 cases, total stands at 1013

Dr.Henry also says of the 1013 cases, 507 people have fully recovered. "They will all be at the same rate, and there will be a central assigning body that works essentially under my direction under the order to ensure that each facility has suffici...

'Ingenuity' Of GKN Staff Praised As Government Makes NHS Ventilator Promise

The total of Covid-19-related deaths in Norfolk hospitals now stands at 18, while the Office for National Statistics (ONS) announced on Tuesday that at least three more people have died in the east of England outside of hospital having contracted t...

Social distancing measures set to remain for six months Social distancing measures set to remain for six months

His death was confirmed shortly before the press briefing. An physique organ transplant skilled handed away just lately. During the government's daily briefing conference, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Jenny Harries said life in the United King...

Loss of taste, smell key COVID-19 symptoms: British scientists' study Loss of taste, smell key COVID-19 symptoms: British scientists' study

Coronavirus patients with mild symptoms could be contagious for up to eight days - after getting better, experts have claimed. The World Health Organization last week announced that it is investigating the link. Still, they note that digestive pro...

10 more people test positive for coronavirus in Trafford 10 more people test positive for coronavirus in Trafford

Overall in the United Kingdom , as of 9am this morning, a total of 143,186 people have been tested, with 25,150 testing positive for coronavirus. Today's numbers come after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson - who is now self-isolating after being ...

Six kids bid mom farewell to coronavirus via walkie-talkie Six kids bid mom farewell to coronavirus via walkie-talkie

Her oldest child, Tyree Rutter, 24, plans to use the donations of more than $275,000 from people across the U.S. to secure housing for him and his siblings as he completes his final year at Central Washington University. "I just want people to really...

COVID-19 is not an airborne disease

Countries should identify essential services that will be prioritized in their efforts to maintain continuity of service delivery and make strategic shifts to ensure that increasingly limited resources provide maximum benefit for the population.

U.S. stocks trade higher as tech shares rally U.S. stocks trade higher as tech shares rally

The S&P 500 tumbled 7 percent in the early afternoon on Wednesday, triggering a key circuit breaker that halted trading for 15 minutes. Citing statistics, on Wednesday's (March 18th) market round off, Dow dropped 6.3 per cent to 19,898.92 and S&P 500...

Coronavirus patients contagious days after symptoms disappear Coronavirus patients contagious days after symptoms disappear

Researchers collected and analyzed samples from throat swabs taken from all patients on alternate days. "When combined with other symptoms, people with loss of smell and taste appear to be three times more likely to have contracted COVID-19 accordi...

COVID-19: Five more deaths in Alberta, as cases rise to 690 COVID-19: Five more deaths in Alberta, as cases rise to 690

Follow our COVID-19 special section for the latest local and national news on the coronavirus pandemic, as well as resources, FAQs and more. She says of the five deaths reported today, two of them were at long-term care facilities. Alberta Health ...

Coronavirus: Boy, 13, dies in London after testing positive Coronavirus: Boy, 13, dies in London after testing positive

A spokesman for the trust said the boy's death had been referred to the coroner but gave no further details. A GoFundMe page has been set up by Madinah College in London to cover his funeral expenses. "We are beyond devastated ". "It is with...

Fight against COVID-19 at 'critical juncture' Fight against COVID-19 at 'critical juncture'

The number of COVID-19 cases recorded in Northern Health stood at 14, an increase of two from Saturday. Also today, Quebec (that is the most impacted province in Canada) reported 732 news cases to bring the total to 4,162. In total, the Vancouver C...

Boy, 13, dies in London after testing positive for coronavirus Boy, 13, dies in London after testing positive for coronavirus

At the same time, the United Kingdom reported its biggest daily increase in deaths from the virus - 381 in 24 hours. As of 17:00 BST on Monday, the number of United Kingdom deaths linked to the virus was 1,789. A report by Sky News noted that the...

Virgin Atlantic and Easyjet employees to staff Nightingale Hospitals Virgin Atlantic and Easyjet employees to staff Nightingale Hospitals

NHS England said many airline staff were first-aid trained and already had security clearance. Those who sign up will work under the close supervision of NHS clinicians and will receive expert training when they work at the temporary facilities.

US virus death toll exceeds official China tally: Johns Hopkins US virus death toll exceeds official China tally: Johns Hopkins

The United States and Canada has 172,071 cases and 3,243 deaths and Asia has 108,421 cases with 3,882 deaths. Italy and Spain, meanwhile, accounted for half the deaths. The doctor leading the White House's coronavirus response team warned Monday ...

Study shows middle-age COVID-19 mortality risk Study shows middle-age COVID-19 mortality risk

Based on their analysis, the scientists believe the death rate due to novel coronavirus infection is slightly lower than earlier estimates made for the virus. Death rates from confirmed cases were estimated using data on 44,672 cases in mainland Ch...

Wisconsin almost a month away from peak COVID-19 deaths Wisconsin almost a month away from peak COVID-19 deaths

The new report comes from the Institute for Health Medicine and Evaluation, at the University of Washington , and presumes people will continue practicing strong social distancing and taking other protective measures. Estimates range between 38,00...

Fitbit finally launches a Charge tracker with built-in Global Positioning System Fitbit finally launches a Charge tracker with built-in Global Positioning System

Before we talk pricing and availability for the Charge 4, there's some Fitbit Premium news we need to mention. The standard model is available in black, rosewood and storm blue/black. Although Active Zone Minutes monitoring will arrive first on t...

Uber to support NHS staff with 300000 free trips and meals Uber to support NHS staff with 300000 free trips and meals

It has so far secured donations of 350,000 free meals from restaurants, and is working with partners for more donations. Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health, said: "The nation needs the NHS like never before, and we must support every singl...

Covid-19: Misconceptions of face masks Covid-19: Misconceptions of face masks

A recommendation now being considered by the CDC calls for people to be encouraged to use do-it-yourself cloth coverings on their faces, according to the newspaper. One month ago, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams tweeted, "Seriously people - STOP ...

Walmart to begin taking temperature of every employee prior to their shifts

The move to screen the health of workers comes as the virus continues to spread, with food-store employees among the most vulnerable as their "essential" function exempts them from most local, state and federal "stay at home" orders created to fight ...

UK: Coronavirus kills 209, nationwide death toll rises to 1,228 UK: Coronavirus kills 209, nationwide death toll rises to 1,228

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the coronavirus outbreak response at Public Health Wales said on Sunday, "148 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 1241, alt...

Coronavirus epidemic 'far from over' in Asia - WHO official

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Tuesday urged Asia-Pacific countries to brace up for a long-term battle against the coronavirus and stressed the need for nations not to let their guard down even if cases taper off. While positive news has been...

Health and social care staff to get more protection Health and social care staff to get more protection

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) today revealed there are medical staff working to save lives and turn the tide in Britain's war with coronavirus that have no access to basic protective clothing at all. We should be managing patients as though ev...

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