Tuesday January 25-th, 2022

Official figures reveal coronavirus care home deaths in Cumbria Official figures reveal coronavirus care home deaths in Cumbria

But this programme revealed allegations that information may not be accurate. A further breakdown of the figures show the Harrogate district has seen a slight drop in its number of deaths. The equivalent figure for hospital deaths over this period ...

UK Raises Alarm Over Virus-related Syndrome In Children UK Raises Alarm Over Virus-related Syndrome In Children

Dr Mabud, 53, urged Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ensure every NHS worker was protected in a direct plea on Facebook last month shortly after being taken ill with COVID-19. Those who developed toxic shock syndrome needed help breathing and were a...

Global coronavirus cases surpass 3 million

Demonstrators have amassed around the country this month to protest what many see as violations of state and USA constitutions following weeks of imposed social distancing restrictions that have shuttered businesses, effectively pausing the economy...

Governor asks all Kentuckians to wear masks in public Governor asks all Kentuckians to wear masks in public

Dr. Stephen Stack discussed the plan for opening healthcare services going through the different requirements to safely open. Ten new cases were reported on Monday - three inmates and seven staff members. "We can't be doing that". Phase 2 is set to...

Govt says plasma therapy is only experimental, not yet approved

The health ministry said 684 patients were cured of the virus in the last 24 hours with the recovery rate now being 23.3 per cent which is a "progressive increase" in recovery rate. He said until ICMR published scientific evidence to approve plasma t...

Governor Greg Abbott Announces Limited Reopening of Restaurants, Retail Stores, Movie Theaters Governor Greg Abbott Announces Limited Reopening of Restaurants, Retail Stores, Movie Theaters

Lifting the stay-at-home order will allow Texans to patronize movie theaters, malls, and restaurants. After that, Abbott said the first phase of reopening will begin with allowing businesses to let in customers at 25% capacity if they are in co...

BA could cut staff numbers by a quarter BA could cut staff numbers by a quarter

Recent weeks have seen the carrier, which has some 4,500 pilots and 16,000 cabin crew, only operating flights for essential travel and repatriation of tourists marooned overseas. The company revealed the shock move in its first quarter results, relea...

Japan's medical chief says hosting Olympics without coronavirus vaccine will be 'difficult' Japan's medical chief says hosting Olympics without coronavirus vaccine will be 'difficult'

Speaking to Japan's Nikkan Sports daily, Yoshiro Mori described COVID-19 as " fighting an invisible enemy " and admitted the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Tokyo organizers could not afford another postponement. However, Mori stated hi...

472 health-care workers in Alberta have tested positive for COVID-19

The County of Grande Prairie still has four active cases, with one recovered, while the City of Grande Prairie has no current active cases of the virus, according to AHS data. "So there are many, many more health-care workers who acquired the infecti...

Judge overturns IL stay-at-home order Judge overturns IL stay-at-home order

A Republican Illinois lawmaker won a temporary exemption from Gov. J. B. Pritzker's (D) stay-at-home order Tuesday - but only for himself. McHaney's order enjoins the governor from enforcing the current stay-at-home orders, as well as any futur...

Blue Angels and Thunderbirds Fly Over NYC to Honor Health Workers Blue Angels and Thunderbirds Fly Over NYC to Honor Health Workers

America Strong is a collaborative salute from the Navy and Air Force to recognize healthcare workers, first responders, and other essential personnel while standing in solidarity with all Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social distancing ...

424 new coronavirus cases in Ontario, total reaches 14,856 with 892 deaths

Stage one of the reopening process - which, again, will begin only after a consistent two-to-four week decrease in the number of new daily COVID-19 cases - includes opening some outdoor spaces such as parks. But Elliott said it's still unclear wh...

Why we need to wear face masks and stay at home Why we need to wear face masks and stay at home

Should we all be wearing face masks? The amount of people who are positive with COVID-19 in the United States is increasing rapidly, and the number of deaths does not show any sign of stopping. You will surely feel comfortable using this because i...

Should you Social Distance your Pets? Should you Social Distance your Pets?

However, there are only a handful of known cases of animals testing positive. As every country has its own regulations and timelines for recovery, Pet Food Institute encourages persons to utilize these steps during this time of uncertainty.

Oxford researchers have reportedly received promising news about their coronavirus vaccine

After the successful tests , the institute could get ready to prepare the vaccine doses by September after getting emergency approval from the regulators. While there is no guarantee the findings will be replicated in humans, it's a good first sign....

Blue Angels and Thunderbirds to Fly Over Union

The new date of the flyover hasn't officially been announced, however, about 45 minutes ago the Thunderbirds issued the following release. They added Tuesday: 'New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania - The Blue Angels and @AFThunderbirds are headed y...

Coronavirus triggered a 'ruptured heart' in first reported US COVID-19 death

Patricia Dowd, 57, died on February 6 of a suspected heart attack but officials now say the woman had COVID-19. This type of heart rupture occurs more typically in people with high cholesterol levels or abnormalities in the heart muscle, Melinek sa...

New COVID-19 Symptoms Released to Public New COVID-19 Symptoms Released to Public

The CDC added six additional coronavirus symptoms to the list of signs that may indicate a COVID-19 suspicion. The first most significant symptoms of the disease are fever, a dry and persistent cough, and shortness of breath. The CDC says its...

Canadian stars unite in 'Stronger Together' COVID-19 broadcast benefit Canadian stars unite in 'Stronger Together' COVID-19 broadcast benefit

Singer Anne Murray later addressed the province she calls home. "What I mean when I say that is if you have a craft that can be worked on from home, it is an fantastic thing to keep on working, keep your mind stimulated". Toronto-raised actor-musicia...

Can I get the coronavirus from my pet?

The recommendations came after some animals contracted the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus , a type of novel coronavirus that originated in mainland China a year ago, including lions, tigers, dogs, and housecats. "Your veterinarian can evaluate ...

IL judge blocks Governor Pritzker’s extension of stay-at-home order IL judge blocks Governor Pritzker’s extension of stay-at-home order

J.B. Pritzker in a case brought by a Republican state lawmaker seeking a temporary restraining order against the state's stay-at-home order aimed at stopping the coronavirus - a ruling that applies only to the one lawmaker but could have wider con...

French Ligue 1 season cancelled French Ligue 1 season cancelled

It is further noted that the government is expected to announce very shortly the end of the Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 seasons in a speech to the National Assembly. The governing bodies of French football are due to meet in May to discuss the final league s...

Minute's silence for COVID-19 victims on International Workers' Memorial Day

Mike Gilgunn, chairman of the Islington Trades Union Council, said: "Each year April 28 marks International Workers memorial day in which we remember those that have lost lives at work". In Northern Ireland, staff in the emergency department of the...

COVID-19 cases in Douglas County increase to 49 COVID-19 cases in Douglas County increase to 49

COVID-19 has claimed the life of an 87-year-old man from Linwood who had pre-existing health conditions. According to the county, more than 1,400 of the county's 6,759 COVID-19 case are among the nursing home patients and staff. Out of respect for ...

Vaccine by September? Oxford team run promising trials on monkeys Vaccine by September? Oxford team run promising trials on monkeys

Scientists at Oxford University in the United Kingdom say they are one step closer in developing a vaccine to stop the spread. The New York Times reported that six rhesus macaque monkeys were inoculated with the Oxford vaccine in March at the N...

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