Monday January 24-th, 2022

Thailand plans November human testing for potential coronavirus vaccine Thailand plans November human testing for potential coronavirus vaccine

Scientists want to test the effectiveness of the vaccine which is hard to judge if the participant hasn't been exposed to COVID-19. It normally takes multiple years to roll out a vaccine, but such efforts are being fast-tracked in order to end the ...

Trump says he intends to wear a mask at military hospital Trump says he intends to wear a mask at military hospital

DONALD TRUMP: Well, I'll probably have a mask, if you must know. 'I'm going to Walter Reed to see some of our great soldiers who have been injured, ' he told Sean Hannity . Conservatives who back Trump often refuse to don one on grounds it imping...

Harvard, MIT sue U.S. gov't over rule on int'l students Harvard, MIT sue U.S. gov't over rule on int'l students

Ninety-eight other Democrats joined Sen. The policy rolled out on Monday , July 6, states that worldwide students in the U.S. on F-1 and M-1 visas are not allowed to "take a full online course load and remain in the United States ". In MIT's case...

COVID-19 could cause brain damage in patients, shows new evidence COVID-19 could cause brain damage in patients, shows new evidence

The man who attended the party then became critically ill. The infectious disease, which has killed half a million people and infected nearly 13 million. "Someone will be diagnosed with the disease, and they'll have a party to invite their friends ...

Body of COVID-19 Patient Taken to Burial Ground in Auto Rickshaw

She then added that the patient's condition deteriorated until they were critically ill, before they came out with a heartbreaking change of heart in the moments before their death. Appleby warned that the virus "doesn't discriminate" and encouraged ...

Mitchell County COVID-19 cases up to 13 Mitchell County COVID-19 cases up to 13

The Merced County Department of Health on June 29 confirmed 13 people tested positive at the Foster Farms' Livingston complex. They could still experience ongoing health problems as a result of the illness. At 7,906 cases, Fresno County conti...

Coronavirus: Patient in their 30s dies after attending 'Covid party' Coronavirus: Patient in their 30s dies after attending 'Covid party'

The man, said to be in his 30s, attended a so-called "COVID party", which in some cases have been organized in order to become infected with the disease so that after one is cured of it, one doesn't have to stay at home. "I don't want to be an alarmi...

Bubonic plague in China not a high risk Bubonic plague in China not a high risk

Inner Mongolia , a favorite tourist destination in northern China and a popular destination for excursions from Beijing, also reported four cases of plague in November, two bubonic and two pneumonics. The announcement of bubonic plague could not c...

Coronavirus: Youth mental health 'needs recovery plan'

Since the coronavirus lockdown, and the shutdown of virtually all production in the country, many in the industry are experiencing hard and worrying times. ITV's Britain Get Talking campaign encourages people to connect and take simple steps that c...

Gyms and pools in the Anglia region to reopen later this month Gyms and pools in the Anglia region to reopen later this month

As new cases of coronavirus in the United Kingdom approach about 600 new cases a day, down from a high of 8,700 in April, the country has chose to allow outdoor concerts to resume, as long as social distancing is in place. Helping people return to gy...

Coronavirus: Nearly 90% of infected meat plant workers are minorities, says CDC Coronavirus: Nearly 90% of infected meat plant workers are minorities, says CDC

Minority workers at meat processing plants are particularly affected by coronavirus, a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found. The percentage of workers with COVID-19 ranged from 3.1 percent to 24.5 percent per ...

COVID-positive people attended events, businesses in Kelowna, health officials say COVID-positive people attended events, businesses in Kelowna, health officials say

The health authority is now conducting contact tracing and will be reaching out directly to any potentially infected individuals with orders to self-quarantine for 14-days. However, anyone who wants to get one can call their primary healthcare provid...

With 2,089 new COVID-19 cases, Delhi’s tally reaches 1,09,140 With 2,089 new COVID-19 cases, Delhi’s tally reaches 1,09,140

The patient, who was unnamed, reportedly became severely ill after the party. The person in question is thought to have believed the virus that has killed thousands worldwide isn't real. She said that she has been seeing more coronavirus cases in...

Women ignored in major health scandal, report uncovers Women ignored in major health scandal, report uncovers

The First Do No Harm report, based on the two-year review led by Baroness Julia Cumberlege , said it had been unable to identify how many women had been treated for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and the fix of pelvic organ prolapse (POP) using...

Disney World Parks Reopen With Safety Protocols in Place Disney World Parks Reopen With Safety Protocols in Place

Epcot and Hollywood Studios will open on July 15. They have implemented social distancing measures and are requiring all staff members and guests to wear masks while inside the parks. And while there's no telling when the effects of COVID-19 will s...

Coronavirus treatment: Drug controller approves psoriasis injection for limited use Coronavirus treatment: Drug controller approves psoriasis injection for limited use

After detailed deliberation and recommendations of the committee, the DCGI has made a decision to grant permission to market the drug under Restricted Emergency Use of the drug for the treatment of Cytokine Release Syndrome (CRS) in moderate to sever...

World Health Organization experts to visit China as part of COVID-19 investigation World Health Organization experts to visit China as part of COVID-19 investigation

The agency said some outbreak reports related to indoor crowded spaces have suggested the possibility of aerosol transmission, combined with droplet transmission, such as during choir practice, in restaurants or in fitness classes. He added, ho...

Dallas County reports over 1000 new coronavirus cases Dallas County reports over 1000 new coronavirus cases

The second confirmed Lincoln County case is in isolation at home and the health department is calling the person's identified contacts, according to a news release from the health department. Thurston County Public Health and Social Services on Frida...

Saskatchewan adds 30,000 jobs in June, unemployment rate drops: StatCan Saskatchewan adds 30,000 jobs in June, unemployment rate drops: StatCan

More Canadians are heading back to work as the country slowly reopens its economy, according to the latest unemployment figure from Statistics Canada . National employment rose 5.8 per cent. That's the first increase the province has seen since the ...

Covid-19 can cause delirium, brain inflammation Covid-19 can cause delirium, brain inflammation

The review, which included studies from China, Italy and the U.S. among others, found nearly 1,000 patients with Covid-19-associated brain , spinal cord and nerve disease. A separate study in The Lancet Psychiatry found brain complications in 12...

No New COVID-19 Cases In Clare For 28 Days No New COVID-19 Cases In Clare For 28 Days

For the sixth day in a row, there have been no new deaths related to Covid-19 in the North. He said Covid-19 will be with us for the foreseeable future and people need to learn to live with it. The NPHET will meet today to discuss the latest corona...

One new case of COVID-19 One new case of COVID-19

Cases peaked in early April at almost 2,000 daily new cases. In the spring, the health department regularly reported more than 1,000 coronavirus cases in a day. A total of 346 Thurston County residents had been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Frida...

Africa won’t miss out on vaccine, says WHO Africa won’t miss out on vaccine, says WHO

According to the African Academy of Sciences only 2% of clinical trials conducted worldwide occur in Africa. "ICMR DG must be prosecuted for this!" "The intent of the letter is only to expedite duly approved clinical trials without compromising on ...

Goya boycott sparked by CEO’s praise of President Trump Goya boycott sparked by CEO’s praise of President Trump

Unanue, who is of Spanish and Puerto Rican descent, was invited by Trump to the White House to watch as the president signed an executive order for the Hispanic Prosperity Initiative , which is a commission tasked with improving "access by Hispanic ...

World Health Organization to set up probe into virus origin World Health Organization to set up probe into virus origin

For some time, "we've been talking about the possibility of airborne transmission and aerosol transmission as one of the Covid-19 transmission modes". 'The extent of truly asymptomatic infection in the community remains unknown, ' World Health Orga...

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