Tuesday January 25-th, 2022

Number of mystery coronavirus cases tops 3000 in Victoria Number of mystery coronavirus cases tops 3000 in Victoria

Victoria has recorded 303 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, down from 372 the previous day. "Where will we be tomorrow?" "We would just caution against any Victorian thinking that we aren't in the midst of a real marathon - this is an...

Manitoba announces 36 new COVID-19 cases Manitoba announces 36 new COVID-19 cases

The news was delivered by Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba's chief provincial public health officer, on Friday during an unscheduled press conference at the Manitoba Legislature. One was confirmed to be an out-of-province case, while another was deemed to...

Postal slowdown sparks claims of plot to undermine US vote Postal slowdown sparks claims of plot to undermine US vote

WEC administrator Meagan Wolfe suggested to Salon that the USPS might have sent a letter to the secretary of state by mistake, though that department has not handled elections since the '70s. Elsewhere, voters will still have to request to cast the...

United Kingdom reduces COVID-19 death toll by over 5,000 United Kingdom reduces COVID-19 death toll by over 5,000

The World Health Organization has not issued guidelines on how nations should calculate COVID-19 death tolls, resulting in some countries recording surprisingly low totals. Deaths that occur after 60 days, such as those who have been in intensive car...

Extra COVID-19 cases recorded in Clare Extra COVID-19 cases recorded in Clare

Eighteen of the newly notified cases are in Dublin, 17 in Kildare, nine in Clare, five in Limerick with the other 18 spread across Carlow, Cork, Donegal, Laois, Longford, Offaly, Tipperary, Wexford, Wicklow. Another 67 cases of Covid-19 have been con...

AstraZeneca : EU, Astrazeneca Reach Purchase Agreement for Potential Covid-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca : EU, Astrazeneca Reach Purchase Agreement for Potential Covid-19 Vaccine

The novel coronavirus, which has killed more than 750,000 people globally, has prompted a race to develop a vaccine. Meanwhile, India is also working towards preparing its vaccine to beat the Corona crisis. Another centre in Maharashtra confirmed to ...

Council's Disability Champion welcomes publication of Mental Health Action Plan

Midwives Sophie Copping (L) and Claire Sookun-Hull in the Diamond Jubilee Maternity Unit "wobble" room. Flow Creative has worked with national charity the Mental Health Foundation on the visual identity and a suite of materials for its flagship ann...

NCAA cancels Division I fall championships, football not included NCAA cancels Division I fall championships, football not included

We can't in any Division I NCAA championship sport now - which is everything other than FBS football that goes on in the fall. NCAA Division I sports played in the fall include men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer, field hockey...

Monroe County COVID-19 numbers remain in line with statewide decline Monroe County COVID-19 numbers remain in line with statewide decline

Missoula County has reported 357 cases, including 122 active cases, according to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services. Fewer tests appear to be coming back positive in the local area, compared to the state as a whole. Evert day, the ...

Man Breaks His Two Legs While Trying To Squat With 400kg Weight Man Breaks His Two Legs While Trying To Squat With 400kg Weight

A Russian powerlifter fractured both his knees and tore his quadriceps muscles after he tried to squat lift 400kg. Alexander Sedykh was competing in the 2020 World Raw Powerlifting Federation (WPRF) Championships in Dolgoprudny on August 10 when ...

A-levels: Worcester College 'will honour offers' despite results A-levels: Worcester College 'will honour offers' despite results

After Education Secretary Gavin Williamson announced students would be able to use their mock results as evidence for an appeal, Ofqual said non-exam assessments could also be considered. Ofqual confirmed appeals using mock results could begin from...

Neck gaiters, bandanas won't fly at NMU Neck gaiters, bandanas won't fly at NMU

The researchers noted that the primary function of using face masks among the general public is not to protect the user, but to have the user protect others nearby by limiting the amount of droplets expelled from the mouth and nose through speaki...

200 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed

Thomas and one in Tillsonburg. The COVID Tracker Ireland app used for contact tracing the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is displayed on a mobile phone, as it is held up for an illustration photograph in Galway, Ireland, July 30, 2020.

Coronavirus Protection: CDC Suggests Recovered Patients Are 'Protected' For 3 Months Coronavirus Protection: CDC Suggests Recovered Patients Are 'Protected' For 3 Months

In updated guidance, the CDC said that those who have recovered from the coronavirus do not need to be re-tested for the virus for three months after their infection barring they're asymptotic. The CDC reportedly arrived at this fact after a study...

Home antibody testing programme publishes initial findings Home antibody testing programme publishes initial findings

It suggests that as many as 3.4 million people have actually had the virus - far higher than the tally of 315,546 cases now recorded by Johns Hopkins University . The burden of COVID-19 "has fallen particularly heavily on ethnic minority groups and ...

Bowling alleys can open Monday, low-risk cultural arts venues Aug Bowling alleys can open Monday, low-risk cultural arts venues Aug

These institutions must obey strict safety protocols, including a 25 percent maximum occupancy limit, timed ticketing required with pre-set, staggered entry, strict enforcement of face coverings, social distancing, controlled traffic flow to avoid cr...

Federal government preparing for COVID-19 surge, worst-case scenario in fall Federal government preparing for COVID-19 surge, worst-case scenario in fall

Each peak would exceed the health system's capacity. The data suggests the number of cases by August 23 could be as high as 127,740, with 100 more deaths. "That's why you want to keep it below that capacity threshold in terms of activity". However,...

COVID-19 Could Be As Deadly As 1918 Spanish Flu, Warn Scientists COVID-19 Could Be As Deadly As 1918 Spanish Flu, Warn Scientists

After accounting for historical changes in public hygiene and medical care, "the relative increase [in NYC deaths] during early COVID-19 period was substantially greater than during the peak of the 1918 H1N1 influenza pandemic", said a team of res...

Teen Attacked At Chili's After Enforcing Social Distancing Rules Teen Attacked At Chili's After Enforcing Social Distancing Rules

The policy has reportedly frustrated a number of customers since it was implemented. "She pushed me and I pushed her back", Wallace told People magazine, referring to one of the women in the group. Kelly Wallace, the hostess, said the group of wo...

COVID-19: Ryan Reynolds responds to B.C. premier's call for help

Ryan's cheeky voice memo began, 'I'm not sure it's a great idea, frankly. "Unless it's plastic surgery, which - a lot of people don't know this - Hugh Jackman ". She doesn't want to be cooped up in her apartment all day. She wants to be out there c...

Alberta teachers, school staff should be tested before classes start, Hinshaw says

Hinshaw also encouraged other Albertans who do not have coronavirus symptoms and have not been in contact with anyone diagnosed with the virus to postpone testing until September 1. In Red Deer the number of active cases has fallen by four and now si...

Study suggests 3.4m people in England have had Covid-19 Study suggests 3.4m people in England have had Covid-19

The findings indicate that 3.4 million people - 6% of the population - had already been infected by COVID-19 by 13 July 2020. Graham Cooke, NIHR Research Professor of Infectious Disease, Imperial College London , said in a university release .

United Nations launches $565 million appeal for blast-hit Lebanon United Nations launches $565 million appeal for blast-hit Lebanon

The Lebanese should be the only party who should decide their future government, Iran's Foreign Minster Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Friday in Beirut. The workers were reportedly unaware of the unsafe material being stored in the warehouse. Diab'...

FHSAA votes to allow 2020 fall sports FHSAA votes to allow 2020 fall sports

No state has been more welcoming to sports than Florida, and they're going ahead with high school sports, with a slight delay. The FHSAA had a meeting on Friday morning to decide between three options for fall sports. The Western Line School Distri...

Coronavirus Canada updates: New case under investigation in Nova Scotia's northern zone

Robert Strang, the province's chief medical officer of health, said the change reflects new scientific evidence that has confirmed children as young as 10 can spread COVID-19. "There is a lot of uncertainty and we did have to have a very strong respo...

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