Tuesday January 25-th, 2022

Coronavirus: 271 new cases, 7 deaths in Manitoba Coronavirus: 271 new cases, 7 deaths in Manitoba

Officials at the Dryden Regional Health Centre say the recent explosion of positive COVID-19 cases in Winnipeg and surrounding Manitoba communities, along with a rising death toll, is causing a lot of concern for medical professionals in Northweste...

Daily COVID cases down in Kane County Saturday from Friday's high Daily COVID cases down in Kane County Saturday from Friday's high

For example, in Southwestern Pennsylvania that age group only made up 5% of the new cases in April, while accounting for 10% of the cases through the month of October. These deaths account for almost 65.5% of the state's total. 64% of the cases are...

Coronavirus in numbers: United Kingdom death toll reaches 48,475 Coronavirus in numbers: United Kingdom death toll reaches 48,475

The ONS looks to estimate infection numbers in the community beyond those who have been tested, giving an estimate of prevalence that is unaffected by testing capacity. London, Nov 7 (IANS) Another 23,287 people in the United Kingdom have tested posi...

French COVID-19 deaths top 40,000 French COVID-19 deaths top 40,000

Research has found the condition, known as multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), is different to both COVID-19 and Kawasaki disease. "It is not the case that people who have recently had a cold should think they are immune to Covid...

Joe Biden elected president Joe Biden elected president

Mr Biden also acknowledged keen global observers who have been watching the election from overseas. Biden promised to "work with all his heart to win the confidence of the whole people", as the United States is set for an uncertain post-Trump era...

Covid-19: Indians most open to getting vaccinated, says global survey Covid-19: Indians most open to getting vaccinated, says global survey

Indians are the most enthusiastic about getting vaccinated whenever a COVID-19 vaccine is available, even as people in 10 out of 15 countries showed a growing reluctance about getting vaccinated, a survey showed. The vaccine also caused a similar imm...

Ravalli County confirms 37 new cases of COVID-19 Ravalli County confirms 37 new cases of COVID-19

Both the average weekly number of COVID-19 cases and the number of active COVID-19 cases increased instead of decreasing, which is the county's goal. Whatcom County now has seen 1,694 confirmed cases and 51 related deaths during the pandemic, acc...

Australia makes COVID-19 vaccine supply agreements with Novavax and Pfizer Australia makes COVID-19 vaccine supply agreements with Novavax and Pfizer

According to the World Economic Forum/Ipsos survey of 18,526 adults from 15 countries, most adults don't expect a vaccine to be available any sooner than mid-2021 and only half would get vaccinated within three months of its availability.

Poor diet linked to 20cm height gap Poor diet linked to 20cm height gap

The team analysed data from more than 65 million children and adolescents aged 5 to 19 years from more than 2000 studies between 1985 and 2019. It also reported that on the basis of data collected between 1985 to 2019, the tallest 19-year-olds in 2...

Maharashtra Reports 3,959 New COVID-19 Cases, 150 Deaths Maharashtra Reports 3,959 New COVID-19 Cases, 150 Deaths

Professor Peter Openshaw, from Imperial College London who was not involved in the study, says the method used by the researchers is based on flow cytometry and can detect antibody types not seen in other studies. Research has found the condition, kn...

Poor childhood nutrition ‘may have created 20cm height gap across nations’ Poor childhood nutrition ‘may have created 20cm height gap across nations’

In Europe, 19-year-old boys in Belgium, France and Poland have, on average, become taller than those in the United Kingdom over the past three decades, while Irish girls overtook 19-year-old British women in the continent's height rankings.

Aspirin to be tested as potential Covid-19 drug Aspirin to be tested as potential Covid-19 drug

A common painkiller is being tested as a potential treatment for hospitalized coronavirus patients to see if it reduces the risk of blood clots, according to researchers. According to the release published by the trial organizers, it's expected that ...

Alberta expands social gathering limit to all areas under COVID-19 Watch Alberta expands social gathering limit to all areas under COVID-19 Watch

Kenney also extended the 15-person private gathering limit to all communities on the province's COVID-19 watch list, effective immediately. "It's time for us all to up our game", Kenney reiterated. "If we don't take these kind of simple measures an...

32 arrested at Brooklyn protest over Philadelphia police killing 32 arrested at Brooklyn protest over Philadelphia police killing

As a result of the shooting, Philadelphia has seen two consecutive nights of unrest in which demonstrators have faced off with police, who stood behind barricades wearing riot gear. Protesters broke store windows, set fires and vandalized police cars...

United States election 2020 results: Senate majority leader, McConnell reveals what must happen United States election 2020 results: Senate majority leader, McConnell reveals what must happen

McConnell said this election may go up to the Supreme Court. McConnell said the other pressing issue in the upcoming legislative session is the looming government shutdown. "It's a basic function of government that we haven't handled very well in ...

Risk of death rises with four-week delay of cancer treatment Risk of death rises with four-week delay of cancer treatment

Timothy Hanna, PhD, clinician-scientist at Queen's University in Kingston, Canada. "It was possible that patients with longer treatment delays were destined to have inferior outcomes for reasons of having multiple illnesses or treatment morbidity",...

Denmark to kill 17 million minks amid coronavirus fears Denmark to kill 17 million minks amid coronavirus fears

The government announced a number of restrictions on parts of northern Denmark, the area hit hardest by the infections. Gatherings are largely limited to 10 attendees. "We don't have any evidence at the moment". Denmark's State Serum Institute, w...

UN says needs $655 million to avert new measles and polio epidemics UN says needs $655 million to avert new measles and polio epidemics

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted immunization services around the world, according to UNICEF and The World Health Organization (WHO). "What we need are the resources and commitments to put these tools and knowledge into action". World Health Org...

Ontario to allow Peel Region to reopen restaurants despite rising cases Ontario to allow Peel Region to reopen restaurants despite rising cases

Ontario will announce today the finalized list of where each region is placed in the new tiered lockdown system when it comes into effect on Saturday. Peel Region is now the only COVID-19 hotspot in Ontario to find itself in the Red Zone . In h...

Al Roker’s Slightly Al Roker’s Slightly "Aggressive" Prostate Cancer Was Detected During a Routine Physical

Roker said he made a decision to publicly share his news to highlight the fact that one in seven African-American men, and one in nine men in general, will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. "It was a Tuesday, and it was weird bec...

NYS COVID-19 test positivity rates trend mixed: governor NYS COVID-19 test positivity rates trend mixed: governor

Employers should also remind employees that voluntary, non-work-related travel to a destination requiring a quarantine upon return will render the employee ineligible for New York's paid sick leave for individuals quarantined due to COVID-19.

Wisconsin reports record-breaking 6,141 cases of COVID-19 Wisconsin reports record-breaking 6,141 cases of COVID-19

Please understand that staff is working as quickly as they can to begin the disease investigation process with new cases; but with the surge in cases each day, we ask for your patience if you do not hear from the Health Department right away.

B.C. adds record-breaking 425 new COVID-19 cases

There are now 3,741 active cases of the disease in British Columbia, which is also a record. That total includes 104 people who are hospitalized, 28 of whom are in intensive care. Henry also announced outbreaks at two more care homes, including a sec...

COVID-19: Five Schools In Area Report Positive Cases COVID-19: Five Schools In Area Report Positive Cases

The district oversees approximately 3,500 students in nine schools. There are an estimated 450,000 students and 75,000 staff members now in public school buildings during the pandemic, according to the department. Hooker Middle School to transition...

Australia's Victoria completes full week with no COVID-19 cases Australia's Victoria completes full week with no COVID-19 cases

These would be the first global flights allowed into Melbourne as the government ban is lifted, however it does not mean that flights would immediately be available from Monday as it is up to the airlines to make these available. A raft of restrictio...

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