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Could COVID-19 be linked to a rare childhood inflammatory illness?

Could COVID-19 be linked to a rare childhood inflammatory illness?

Other symptoms include a change in skin color to pale, patchy or blue, difficulty feeding in infants or a child too sick to drink fluids, trouble breathing or rapid breathing, racing heart or chest ...

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USA accuses China-linked hackers of stealing coronavirus research

USA accuses China-linked hackers of stealing coronavirus research

The FBI and Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday accused the Chinese government of targeting organizations conducting coronavirus research with cyberattacks, and warned that such compani...

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Supreme Court Considers ‘Faithless Elector’ Case

Supreme Court Considers ‘Faithless Elector’ Case

Nearly immediately after Trump emerged as the victor early in the morning on November 9, 2016, activists such as Baca, angry about the defeat of Clinton, launched a campaign to try to pressure the 306...

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Coronavirus may never go away

Coronavirus may never go away

Governments worldwide are dealing with the concern of just how to resume their economic situations while still having the virus, which has actually contaminated almost 4.3 million individuals, accordi...

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GOP wins California special election

GOP wins California special election

Garcia's "big congressional win" was heralded by Trump in a tweet Wednesday morning in which he noted it was the first time in many years ( since 1998 ) that Republicans had flipped a Democratic ...

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Smokers more vulnerable to coronavirus

Smokers more vulnerable to coronavirus

Smokers have a known higher risk of infection and mortality from MERS-COV, a viral respiratory illness caused by a different coronavirus . "Available research suggests that smokers are at higher risk...

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Qatar Airways offering free tickets for medical workers

The airline predominantly serves the Middle East and Australia, and she's says she's nominated some of her own clients for the lottery competition. The state-owned flag carrier of Qatar is offering ...

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UK researchers try to crack genetic riddle of Covid-19

Doctors hope that analysing their DNA will reveal genetic variations that affect the course of the infection in different people, and potentially point to specific drugs that patients might benefit fr...

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Great Pasadena birthday celebration tracked to 5 confirmed cases of COVID-19

Great Pasadena birthday celebration tracked to 5 confirmed cases of COVID-19

A birthday party held during stay at home orders has been identified as where a cluster of coronavirus started . More so, they said, the other guests at the party were not covering their face as well...

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Devon schools to reopen: Vows made to take any safety actions required

Devon schools to reopen: Vows made to take any safety actions required

However, the education secretary, Gavin Williamson , warned against "scaremongering" and insisted a return to school was "the most sensible action". Ms Luzmore said: "It is obvious to all with expe...

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Coronavirus may 'never go away,' World Health Organization official says

Coronavirus may 'never go away,' World Health Organization official says

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told the same briefing that lifting restrictions were "complex and difficult" and that the "slow, steady lifting of lockdowns" was key to protecting liv...

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Gilead inks deals with generics drugmakers to supply remdesivir for 127 countries

According to the company , "These [127] countries consist of almost all low-income and lower-middle-income countries, as well as several upper-middle and high-income countries that face significant o...

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Hospitals Now Mandated To Test For COVID-Related Disease

Hospitals Now Mandated To Test For COVID-Related Disease

Jeffrey Burns, of Boston Children's Hospital , told NBC10 Boston. Children diagnosed with coronavirus are less likely to have severe symptoms . WBUR reported Children's has treated six patie...

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How Florence Nightingale shaped the way modern nurses are tackling coronavirus

How Florence Nightingale shaped the way modern nurses are tackling coronavirus

The 36-year-old mum of one started the event in the United Kingdom after witnessing people do the same in her home country and said it was "heartwarming" to see it catch on. An image of Florence Night...

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Coronavirus Infection in Children May Start With Diarrhea, Not Cough

Coronavirus Infection in Children May Start With Diarrhea, Not Cough

They found a wide range of symptoms compared to cold and flu, and warn against focusing only on fever and cough. The researchers attempted to understand which symptoms linked to COVID-19 were most l...

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UK Economy Shrinks 2% in First Quarter on Coronavirus

UK Economy Shrinks 2% in First Quarter on Coronavirus

Experts said the first quarter data suggested the economy could contract by up to 20% between April and June as the full effects of the lockdown are captured. The BoE has also played its part, slash...

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Scott Morrison orders urgent investigation into coronavirus-linked illness in children

Scott Morrison orders urgent investigation into coronavirus-linked illness in children

Doctors encourage anyone who notices symptoms in their child such as prolonged high fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or a change in skin color to seek medical help immediately. "The...

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Joe Biden taps AOC to lead campaign's climate change task force

Joe Biden taps AOC to lead campaign's climate change task force

Ocasio-Cortez, alongside Sen. Ed Markey of MA, spearheaded the Green New Deal legislation aimed at addressing climate change in the US. "A united party is key to defeating Donald Trump this No...

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Pelosi Unveils $3T Relief Package

Pelosi Unveils $3T Relief Package

Provides $175 billion to states to help renters and homeowners pay mortgages, rent, and other housing costs and avoid default, with much of the money aimed at lower-income people. His priority is to e...

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Enzyme makes men more vulnerable to coronavirus; adding interferon may improve treatment

Enzyme makes men more vulnerable to coronavirus; adding interferon may improve treatment

This finding means that patients with diabetes , congestive heart failure and kidney disease - who are already at higher risk of mortality from COVID-19 - can continue their regular ACE inhibitor reg...

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Trump's top coronavirus expert self-isolates following contact with infected staff member

Trump's top coronavirus expert self-isolates following contact with infected staff member

While agreeing that children on the whole do much better than adults with COVID-19, Fauci noted recent reports of severe disease among children and said it's still really not well understood. Meanwhil...

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Over 1800 COVID-19 patients have now recovered in British Columbia

The U.S. has the world's worst COVID-19 rates. Henry reported one new death from COVID-19 and 23 new cases over the weekend, bringing the total to 2,353. The line is open seven days a week from 8:30...

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NY youths die from syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19

NY youths die from syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19

The Times said state health commissioner, Dr. Howard A. Zucker, said that COVID-19 can attack organs and the lining of blood vessels, which doctors believe could cause clotting in some afflicted with ...

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Treasurer Josh Frydenberg Tested For COVID-19 After Coughing Outburst In Parliament

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg Tested For COVID-19 After Coughing Outburst In Parliament

In a statement this afternoon Mr Frydenberg said as a matter of precaution he will isolate while he awaits test results. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other senior ministers were just metres fro...

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Seeking release, California inmates try to infect selves with Covid-19

Seeking release, California inmates try to infect selves with Covid-19

Sheriff investigators say they are doing all they can to keep staff and inmates safe, but organizations like Justice LA, a coalition of groups working for prisoners' rights say he is only demonizing t...

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Five new cases in the far north

Five new cases in the far north

Two of the new cases are in the area of the village of La Loche and three others are near the village of Beauval. Outbreaks in medical facilities are declared after a single case is reported, as per p...

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Researchers Discover Promising New Treatment Against Covid-19

Researchers Discover Promising New Treatment Against Covid-19

The researchers found that patients who took the combination recovered within a flash period of 7 days, whereas patients who took the retroviral combination took 12 days to recover. Interferon beta-1b...

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Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in Trump financial records case

Liberal Justice Elena Kagan told Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow, who also represented Trump in the impeachment hearings in January, that a "fundamental precept of our constitutional order is that the pres...

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LI Teen Among 3 NY Children Dead From Coronavirus-Linked Syndrome

LI Teen Among 3 NY Children Dead From Coronavirus-Linked Syndrome

In the United States and Europe, a small number of children have been hospitalized for a odd syndrome that experts say may be associated with COVID-19. Toxic shock syndrome is a life-threatening comp...

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Coronavirus: UK railway worker who was spat at dies of Covid-19

Coronavirus: UK railway worker who was spat at dies of Covid-19

British Transport Police says the incident was not reported at the time on March 22, but has now launched an investigation to find the suspect. However, the BTP say they are now investigating. Corte...

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Govt tweaks COVID-19 discharge policy, only severe cases to be tested

Govt tweaks COVID-19 discharge policy, only severe cases to be tested

Responding to a question over what precautions the patient should undertake during home isolation, it said the provision for home isolation of pre-symptomatic, very mild, mild confirmed cases of COVID...

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US diseases expert to testify

US diseases expert to testify

The World Health Organization has called on countries to show "extreme vigilance" when loosening Covid-19 restrictions as the top United States infectious diseases expert, Anthony Fauci , warned that...

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Call to 'shine a light' on Florence Nightingale's bicentenary

Call to 'shine a light' on Florence Nightingale's bicentenary

Shine a Light for the NHS will see people around the country shine a light out of their window at 8.30pm in support of nurses. The day is observed on May 12 every year to mark the contributions of n...

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When Will New York Re-Open? NY Forward Reopening Plan Details

Cuomo last week laid out a detailed plan for reopening that requires each regions to meet key requirements including testing, contact tracing, ensuring hospital capacity, and showing sustained decline...

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Trump refuses to wear mask to avoid harming re-election chances

Trump refuses to wear mask to avoid harming re-election chances

DONT MISSSchools reopen UK: Some pupils could return IMMEDIATELY - INSIGHTHousehold meaning: Can I meet more than one person outside household? So you can do your part to prevent the spread of the co...

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