Tuesday January 25-th, 2022

Covid-19 coronavirus: 400 new cases recorded in Victoria, biggest spike yet Covid-19 coronavirus: 400 new cases recorded in Victoria, biggest spike yet

Victoria is expected to announce more than 400 cases of coronavirus today, a record for the state. Victoria has recorded 428 coronavirus cases over the past 24 hours - another daily record and a daunting total that suggests the true extent of t...

Australia Grapples With New Surge In COVID-19 Cases Australia Grapples With New Surge In COVID-19 Cases

Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said all category three elective surgeries would be paused across Melbourne's public hospitals. Prof Sutton said Australia had one of the best ICU survival rates in the world, largely because hospitals have...

DeWine shows updated risk map, takes Hamilton and Butler county off 'watchlist' DeWine shows updated risk map, takes Hamilton and Butler county off 'watchlist'

There were no new deaths attributed to the coronavirus. "This is not just from increased testing, as more and more Allen County residents are seeking care from their doctors and the ER for COVID-19 symptoms", DeWine said. The governor says this mea...

Walmart and City Market to require masks starting next week Walmart and City Market to require masks starting next week

On Thursday, July 16, Target announced that it will require guests to wear masks or face coverings in all of its stores starting August 1. Company leaders at Walmart say they will have an employee dedicated to enforcing the company's requiremen...

Health authorities "concerned" about number of COVID-19 cases

This brings the total number of cases on Vancouver Island to 136. There have been 3,170 cases of COVID-19 identified in the province since the first case was reported in late January. Health officials continue to monitor two outbreaks at long-term ...

Squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague in United States Squirrel tests positive for bubonic plague in United States

Dogs are not as susceptible to the plague; however, they could pickup and carry plague-infected rodent fleas. A microbiologist at the University of Southampton, Dr Matthew Dryden, asserts: " Bubonic plague is caused by a bacterium and so, unlike...

Saskatchewan sees 42 new COVID-19 cases, 31 in the south region Saskatchewan sees 42 new COVID-19 cases, 31 in the south region

Contact tracing and testing has identified additional infections and the S-H-A says there's an increased risk of transmission to the public in the R-M of Maple Creek and the city of Swift Current, among others . As has been reported previously , the...

Downgrading Covid-19's threat to that of the common cold? Downgrading Covid-19's threat to that of the common cold?

HU's Prof Yaakov Nahmias said this week that early research looked promising, with the report due to appear in Cell Press' Sneak Peak . The researchers noted that viruses are parasites that can't replicate on their own, so they take control of hum...

Drug Overdoses Reached Record High in 2019 — CDC Drug Overdoses Reached Record High in 2019 — CDC

She is urging substance users to not use drugs alone or head to an overdose prevention or supervised-consumption site where the drugs can be checked for toxicity. "The number of lives lost over more than four years of a public health emergency is hea...

Memorial Tournament: Tiger Woods' best shots at Muirfield Village Memorial Tournament: Tiger Woods' best shots at Muirfield Village

However, he struggled to regain the form that saw him post seven consecutive top-five finishes before the hiatus created by the coronavirus pandemic. McIlroy finished in ties for 32nd and 41st at the Charles Schwab Challenge and RBC Heritage, respe...

NYC detects cases of West Nile Virus after mosquito discovery NYC detects cases of West Nile Virus after mosquito discovery

Health officials say NYC personnel have set up around 106 surveillance traps throughout the city's five boroughs and also plan to increase such efforts in places where there is "persistent" activity of West Nile virus-carrying mosquitoes. Of the 353 ...

White House tells hospitals to bypass CDC on coronavirus data White House tells hospitals to bypass CDC on coronavirus data

Patty Murray, the top Democrat on the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee. A new series of reports indicate that hospitals will be required to send data about their coronavirus patients to the Trump administration instead of...

The latest on the coronavirus pandemic The latest on the coronavirus pandemic

Of those, 109 people are in hospital with 29 in intensive care. Among the latest cases, 28 have been linked to known hot spots, while 289 are under investigation, officials said. On July 8, Victoria reintroduced stay at home orders across a number ...

Publicans slam 'hammer blow' move to delay pub reopening Publicans slam 'hammer blow' move to delay pub reopening

Mr Martin's announcement is the first setback in the easing of measures since the government set out its roadplan in May. Speaking to Newstalk Breakfast on Thursday morning, VFI CEO Padraig Cribben suggested the government should consider the rad...

Experts seek to calm worries of mother-to-baby Covid transmission Experts seek to calm worries of mother-to-baby Covid transmission

The article states, "The transmission is confirmed by comprehensive virological and pathological investigation", saying that SARS-CoV-2 causes maternal viremia or a virus in the blood, placental infection, and neonatal viremia following placental inf...

Mongolian teenager dies of bubonic plague Mongolian teenager dies of bubonic plague

The teen had consumed marmot meat, developed a high fever and died within three days. The boy is the second person from Mongolia to contract the bubonic plague . It is transmitted between animals through their fleas, and humans can be infected b...

Russian Federation completes early phase human trials of Covid-19 vaccine Russian Federation completes early phase human trials of Covid-19 vaccine

That raises the question: If AZD1222 winds up being the vaccine that stops COVID-19, will American politicians and media admit the extent to which a public institution played a major role in making that happen? India's two indigenous coronavirus v...

5 new COVID-19 cases, including 1 in the south 5 new COVID-19 cases, including 1 in the south

So far, 785 people are said to have recovered from the virus. The number of Saskatchewan residents hospitalized due to COVID-19 has risen to eight. An additional 505 tests were completed on Tuesday, bringing the total number of tests to 72,308 si...

Results from 2 studies show Covid-19 immunity may not last long Results from 2 studies show Covid-19 immunity may not last long

Blood tests conducted on patients with mild COVID-19 symptoms also mounted some immune response to the virus. A new peer-reviewed study by researchers at NSF International and Novateur Ventures finds significant variability in the accuracy of now a...

Coronavirus: Malaria drug hydroxychloroquine 'does not save lives' Coronavirus: Malaria drug hydroxychloroquine 'does not save lives'

They were also unable to obtain details on client contracts to their servers for analysis since such transfer would violate client agreements with the company and confidentiality requirements. company Surgisphere. The company said its data was soli...

Florida labs inflating positive Covid case count Florida labs inflating positive Covid case count

While some of the labs that failed to report negative cases were small centers testing only a handful of patients, others were reporting hundreds of positive cases with no inclusion of negative tests. He said, "We found numerous labs that are only ...

Possible COVID-19 exposure on flight from Kelowna to YVR Possible COVID-19 exposure on flight from Kelowna to YVR

As all is still quiet in northern B.C., the province as a whole continues to climb up the COVID-19 case ladder. In a prepared statement, the provincial health officer, Dr. "We have got to live with COVID-19 for the next year so that means the respo...

Coronavirus data is funneled away from CDC, sparking worries

Calling the change "a honest effort to streamline and improve data collection", Dr. Orlowski said the Trump administration had pledged in "a verbal discussion" that the data sent to the system would continue to be publicly released or at least give...

Russian University completes human trials of a coronavirus vaccine Russian University completes human trials of a coronavirus vaccine

The defence ministry, which conducted a parallel trial of the same vaccine on a separate set of 20 volunteers, also said on Wednesday the group had been discharged. All trial volunteers had to be isolated in a hospital for 28 days after vaccination. ...

Coronavirus: Moderna surges as coronavirus vaccine trial takes another step forward Coronavirus: Moderna surges as coronavirus vaccine trial takes another step forward

Moderna announced last week that it had completed enrollment for phase 2 clinical trials of mRNA-1273, including 300 healthy adults aged 18 to 55, along with 300 adults aged 56 and older. A second group of participants who were vaccinated on June 2...

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