Wednesday January 26-th, 2022

Ligue 1 delays decision on season fate until Thursday Ligue 1 delays decision on season fate until Thursday

According to reports, the Ligue de Football Professionel (LFP) will meet next month to make final decisions over how to finalise the standings given not all teams have played the same number of games. This means that Ligue 1 has followed the Dutch Er...

COVID-19: How Will The £60,000 'Death In Service' Payment Work? COVID-19: How Will The £60,000 'Death In Service' Payment Work?

Testing will now be available to all over-65 year-olds with symptoms, people in their households and to care workers displaying no signs of coronavirus, says the Health Secretary Matt Hancock. A life that worked long hours in a highly stressful envir...

Coronavirus: Care homes report more than 4000 COVID-19-related deaths in two weeks Coronavirus: Care homes report more than 4000 COVID-19-related deaths in two weeks

The ONS said 21,284 deaths involving COVID-19 took place up to 20 April, significantly higher than the 13,917 deaths that took place in hospitals - the figure the Department of Health provides every day. "I'm very anxious about the early signs that i...

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer cautions against ‘dangerous’ COVID-19 rhetoric from leaders Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer cautions against ‘dangerous’ COVID-19 rhetoric from leaders

The county is now reporting 67 cases, as well as another death, bringing the total up to four. The county now has 16,173 cases, up 301 in the past day. The Midland County Health Department reported its fourth death. Oakland County's death toll ...

Chief medic explains Covid-related syndrome seen in United Kingdom children Chief medic explains Covid-related syndrome seen in United Kingdom children

A small but rising number of children are becoming ill with a rare syndrome that could be linked to coronavirus , with reported cases showing symptoms of abdominal pain , gastrointestinal symptoms and cardiac inflammation, United Kingdom healt...

Universities receive guidance on CARES Act assistance Universities receive guidance on CARES Act assistance

Department of Education stipulated that students must have filled out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, earlier this year to get a CARES Act grant , Wray said. "We need to invest in testing and tracing, and in our healthcare infr...

USA deaths spiked as coronavirus spread, new analysis finds USA deaths spiked as coronavirus spread, new analysis finds

China, where COVID-19 originated in December previous year, has almost 84,000 confirmed cases and 4,637 recorded deaths from the disease, although that number is expected to be higher. At least 1,002,498 coronavirus infections have now been confirm...

India Dismisses Plasma Therapy as Treatment for COVID-19 India Dismisses Plasma Therapy as Treatment for COVID-19

Addressing a press briefing, Health Ministry Joint Secretary Lav Agarwal said now there are no approved therapies for COVID-19 and there is not enough evidence to claim that plasma therapy can be used for treatment of the disease. KGMU's Vice-Cha...

Oxford scientists say they may have a vaccine ready by September Oxford scientists say they may have a vaccine ready by September

Immunity in monkeys is no guarantee that a vaccine will provide the same degree of protection for humans. They infected the monkeys with large quantities of the novel coronavirus , a dose that sickened other monkeys at the same facility.

NY hospitals are studying a common heartburn drug as coronavirus treatment NY hospitals are studying a common heartburn drug as coronavirus treatment

Kevin Tracey , president of Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research at Northwell, said. According to CNN , patients in the Northwell trial are all taking hydroxychloroquine . Researchers are trying to find out whether famotidine - the activ...

Florida Releasing COVID-19 Numbers From Individual Nursing Homes Florida Releasing COVID-19 Numbers From Individual Nursing Homes

But information about how many cases and deaths at each facility was not provided. During a press conference in Tampa on Monday, Investigative Reporter Katie LaGrone asked Governor Ron DeSantis if he supported the release of this information.

Trump to halt United States green card immigration for 60 days Trump to halt United States green card immigration for 60 days

He said he would review the executive order at the end of that period and decide if it should be renewed. "I will be issuing a temporary suspension of immigration into the United States", Trump said at the White House briefing, citing coronavirus...

Winston the pug is first dog to test positive for coronavirus

Dr. Chris Woods , the lead investigator of the Molecular and Epidemiological Study of Suspected Infection (MESSI ), confirmed in a statement to CBS News that, "To our knowledge, this is the first instance in which the virus has been detected in a ...

Pence Ignores Mask Requirement While Visiting Mayo Clinic In Minnesota Pence Ignores Mask Requirement While Visiting Mayo Clinic In Minnesota

Food and Drug Administration chief Stephen Hahn, top Mayo officials, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and US Congressman Jim Hagedorn were all wearing masks in the meeting. President Donald Trump earlier this month announced guidelines from the Centers fo...

Four more people die from nursing home coronavirus cluster

Premier Gladys Berejiklian on Tuesday said that with new COVID-19 cases on the decline in NSW, the government could reassess restrictions at the end of each month. "When visiting, meeting in an outdoor environment such as home garden, backyard or ver...

World Health Organization Warns Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Far From Over World Health Organization Warns Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Far From Over

But the pandemic is far from over. "As lockdowns in Europe ease with declining numbers of new cases, we continue to urge countries to find, isolate, test and treat all cases and trace every contact, to ensure these declining trends continue".

101-year-old with 'superhuman DNA' who dodged 1918 flu survives coronavirus 101-year-old with 'superhuman DNA' who dodged 1918 flu survives coronavirus

In 1918, Angelina Sciales (now Friedman) was born on a ship that was transporting immigrants from Italy to New York City . According to Merola, she has not been able to visit her mother since February and said they can not speak on the phone bec...

Delhi's Hindu Rao Hospital closed after nurse tests positive for Covid-19 Delhi's Hindu Rao Hospital closed after nurse tests positive for Covid-19

The nurse reportedly worked at various locations within the campus of the Hindu Rao Hospital , run by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC). The hospital will now remain sealed until it is sanitized and contact tracing is complete.

First known U.S. coronavirus victim suffered 'burst' heart: pathologist

Patricia Dowd, 57, died on February 6 of a suspected heart attack but officials now say the woman had COVID-19. The earliest recorded death from COVID-19 in the US resulted from a cardiac rupture caused by coronavirus infection, an autopsy report o...

UK's NHS to Launch Own COVID-19 Contact Tracing App UK's NHS to Launch Own COVID-19 Contact Tracing App

One of the main arguments in favour of their solution has been to protect users' privacy, but NHSX has chose to take a centralised approach so it can better understand how the virus progresses - though it insists people will have control over the a...

COVID-19 briefing with Alberta's chief medical officer of health COVID-19 briefing with Alberta's chief medical officer of health

Over the past 24 hours, 4,407 tests have been completed. This is a breaking news update. The province saw 141 more people recover from COVID-19 with a total of 1,800 Albertans considered recovered. Hinshaw said that Alberta must maintain the COVI...

Serum Institute of India to start manufacturing Oxford’s COVID-19 vaccine

To be sure, success with animal tests does not necessarily guarantee that tests with humans will also succeed. "It was chosen as the most suitable vaccine technology for a SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) vaccine as it can generate a strong immune response fr...

Adorable Pug Tests Positive for COVID-19

Another child, a daughter, did not test positive. The CDC says there's now no evidence that animals "play a significant role" in spreading the virus and "the risk of animals spreading COVID-19 to people is considered to be low". Winston is not the ...

UK Raises Alarm Over Coronavirus-related Syndrome in Children UK Raises Alarm Over Coronavirus-related Syndrome in Children

The letter, which was first obtained by the Health Service Journal (HSJ), also cautions that while the symptoms appear at this point to be directly related to COVID-19, "there may be another, as yet unidentified, infectious pathogen associated with...

Ontario provides COVID-19 re-opening map Ontario provides COVID-19 re-opening map

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected to lay out his plan for reopening the province's economy, which has been largely locked down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And that cancelling elective surgeries, "was done operating under the assumption that the...

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