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Kayleigh McEnany, President Trump’s Press Secretary, Tests Positive For COVID-19

Kayleigh McEnany, President Trump’s Press Secretary, Tests Positive For COVID-19

That fact may have been lost on Trump when he told millions of followers "Don't be afraid of Covid". Don't let it dominate your life. COVID-19 can cause serious lung damage, including pneumonia, that ...

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Monroe County COVID-19 deaths reach 300

Monroe County COVID-19 deaths reach 300

It means the total number of active cases now stands at five - although none are thought to be in the community. There had been more than 7.4 million confirmed coronavirus cases and 210,716 deaths f...

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70% breast cancer patients seek treatment when too late

Research has shown that Black women are nearly 40 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than non-Hispanic white women.[i] Hologic's initiative, which launched today in conjunction with the sta...

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Victoria records 11 new cases of COVID-19, but no new deaths

Official data also showed that there are 58 active cases relating to aged care facilities and 26 active cases among healthcare workers in the state. The total number of cases from an unknown source ...

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U.S. court denies bid to force expanded IN mail-IN voting

U.S. court denies bid to force expanded IN mail-IN voting

But one point raised during the debate rings true and has solicited a disclaimer from some local county clerk's offices: Do not expect definitive results on election night. The Bladen County Board of ...

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Nearly One-Third of COVID Patients in Study Had Altered Mental State

Nearly One-Third of COVID Patients in Study Had Altered Mental State

Many patients reported muscle pain (45%) and headaches (38%). A new study from Northwestern Medicine found that almost one-third of hospitalized COVID-19 patients experienced encephalopathy, which...

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BioNTech, Pfizer start rolling EMA approval filing for COVID-19 vaccine

BioNTech, Pfizer start rolling EMA approval filing for COVID-19 vaccine

The chief adviser for the USA government's Operation Warp Speed COVID-19 vaccine program, Moncef Slaoui, on Tuesday said efficacy data readouts are expected from Pfizer Inc and Moderna Inc between n...

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Michelle Obama brands Donald Trump ‘racist’ in scalding video

Michelle Obama brands Donald Trump ‘racist’ in scalding video

President Trump was hospitalized after falling ill late last week. On Monday Biden - who has repeatedly tested negative since Friday - headed to Florida to court Hispanic voters , a key consti...

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CDC says coronavirus can spread indoors in updated guidance

CDC says coronavirus can spread indoors in updated guidance

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued fresh guidelines on its website and now says that tiny particles that linger in the air can spread the coronavirus , something public healt...

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Employers urged to support wellbeing as cancer screenings fall

Employers urged to support wellbeing as cancer screenings fall

And on Tuesday, Lynne McGranger used her star power to support for not-for-profit organisation, Breast Cancer Trials, in light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Fiji Women's Crisis Centre coordinato...

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Infected Trump greets supporters in motorcade outside hospital; his health unclear

Infected Trump greets supporters in motorcade outside hospital; his health unclear

And we are both doing well. Trump spent much of the year downplaying the risks of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has infected 7.4 million Americans, killed more than 209,000, and caused an economic ...

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Neurologic Symptoms Are Very Common Among US Coronavirus Patients, Study Says

His physicians have made no indication that the president has experienced any major neurological symptoms. For the study , the researchers examined the database of the first 509 coronavirus pat...

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Coronavirus: UK reports 14,542 new cases - nearly 2,000 more than yesterday

Coronavirus: UK reports 14,542 new cases - nearly 2,000 more than yesterday

The UK has recorded another 14,542 coronavirus cases - nearly 2,000 more than yesterday - while hospital admissions in England have hit a four-month high. The Health Secretary told the Commons that ...

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Spike in Kildare Covid 19 figures this evening

Spike in Kildare Covid 19 figures this evening

Yesterday, there were 614 new cases of the virus confirmed here. Dublin and Donegal are now subject to level three restrictions under the Government's Covid-19 five-tier response plan, with the rest...

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Vaccinating all of UK 'not going to happen,' task force chair says

Vaccinating all of UK 'not going to happen,' task force chair says

Speaking to the Financial Times , she said: "People keep talking about "time to vaccinate the whole population", but that is misguided". The Indian government is planning to provide vaccines to r...

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US Secret Service agents 'put at risk' by Trump trip outside hospital

US Secret Service agents 'put at risk' by Trump trip outside hospital

At the hospital, doctors revealed that his blood oxygen level had dropped suddenly twice in recent days and that they gave him a steroid typically only recommended for the very sick. The disease has...

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India coronavirus deaths top 100,000

India coronavirus deaths top 100,000

Responding, the health secretary said: "Decisions on the distribution of any vaccine have not been taken". Rather than vaccinating everyone, the aim is to "vaccinate everyone at risk", Kate Bingham,...

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COVID Syndrome affecting kids now found affecting adults

COVID Syndrome affecting kids now found affecting adults

Sixteen of these cases are described in detail, nine of which were officially reported to the CDC, and seven of which were described in published case reports . Children with this rare syndrome , wh...

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UK study finds loss of smell most reliable indicator of Covid-19

UK study finds loss of smell most reliable indicator of Covid-19

The researchers analysed 590 people who presented with a loss of taste or smell in the last month in order to determine how prevalent antibodies were in their system. "While people in the United Kingd...

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Three new Covid-19 deaths in Alberta, but overall numbers remain stable

Three new Covid-19 deaths in Alberta, but overall numbers remain stable

The Edmonton zone continues to lead in the number of active cases in Alberta with 835 confirmed cases found there. Outside the urban service area, there are three active cases and 64 recovered cases...

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Langley school reports first COVID-19 exposure in district

Langley school reports first COVID-19 exposure in district

In total, 15 long-term care or assisted-living homes and three acute-care facilities have active outbreaks. The note says that someone within the school community has tested positive but, as usual, ...

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Trump condemns Proud Boys days after debate

Trump condemns Proud Boys days after debate

Guests were also advised by the Cleveland Clinic to wear masks when in the debate hall. The Proud Boys should "stand back and stand by", Trump said on Tuesday when pressed by moderator Ch...

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Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Confirmation Will Move Forward, McConnell Says

Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Confirmation Will Move Forward, McConnell Says

Lee said he started experiencing symptoms on Thursday morning, symptoms he believed were "consistent with longtime allergies". Mike Lee confirmed that he had tested positive as well. The Judicia...

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Canada joins countries in real-time AstraZeneca COVID vaccine review

Canada joins countries in real-time AstraZeneca COVID vaccine review

Shark Allies has suggested if the world receives just one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine containing the liver oil, 250,000 sharks would be slaughtered. The U.N. WHO Director-General Tedros Ghebreyesus ...

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Barrie businesses anticipate stricter guidelines as COVID cases surge

Barrie businesses anticipate stricter guidelines as COVID cases surge

No more than six people will be allowed at a table, and each patron must give their name and contact information for optimal physical distancing. Prior to Friday's announcement, Ontario residents we...

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Facebook broadens scope of prohibited election ads

Facebook broadens scope of prohibited election ads

Facebook said on Wednesday he was immediately banning the United States Facebook and Instagram ads that characterize widespread voting fraud, or election results invalid, or that challenge a voting ...

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Local Health Unit Reports Three New Cases of COVID-19

Local Health Unit Reports Three New Cases of COVID-19

Also, IDPH named Livingston, DeWitt and 26 other IL counties Friday to the state's COVID-19 warning list. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 3,440 cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Co...

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Russian Federation to supply Egypt with Covid-19 vaccine in expansion push

Russian Federation to supply Egypt with Covid-19 vaccine in expansion push

During the Phase-1 trial, 30 healthy adult volunteers between 18 and 55 years would receive two vaccinations at a four-week interval, according to PEI. The vector could not replicate in the body of th...

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Flu vaccine should be considered ‘essential’ this year, state health experts say

Flu vaccine should be considered ‘essential’ this year, state health experts say

This article was reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine . But in some cases, a flu infection can lead to l...

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Trump moved to military hospital, being given experimental COVID-19 drug

Trump moved to military hospital, being given experimental COVID-19 drug

As a precautionary measure Trump was given a single 8 gram dose of Regeneron's polyclonal antibody cocktail, the doctors said. Meadows defended not wearing a mask, saying it was because he receive...

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Adams County man dies from COVID-19; county's 12th virus death

Adams County man dies from COVID-19; county's 12th virus death

Of the 35,886 diagnostic tests processed Wednesday, 3.35% came back positive. Other top reporters were Washtenaw (89), Delta (82), Kalamazoo (80), Calhoun (71) and Ottawa (64) counties. There have onl...

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Melania Was the Only Trump Wearing a Mask at the Debate

Prior to the debate, the Trump campaign was spreading unfound rumors that Biden would be using an earpiece during the event. Tuesday's night debate will serve as the first of several to decide who w...

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Cindy McCain Will Serve on Biden's Transition Team Advisory Board

Cindy McCain Will Serve on Biden's Transition Team Advisory Board

Five Issues on Top of Google Search Ahead of 1st Donald Trump-Joe Biden Clash. " Cindy McCain is joining our already strong advisory board of diverse experts who are committed to ensuring a Biden-H...

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Regeneron's COVID-19 antibody cocktail reduces viral load and alleviates symptoms

Regeneron's COVID-19 antibody cocktail reduces viral load and alleviates symptoms

The New York-based company said the patients who saw the greatest benefit of the treatment, known as REGN-COV2, were the ones who had not mounted their own effective immune response. The trial is in...

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Fun Stay at Home Alternatives to Trick or Treating

Fun Stay at Home Alternatives to Trick or Treating

Residents who do choose to trick-or-treat or pass out candy should adhere to the regulations outlined in the Ohio Department of Health's "Celebrating Halloween" guidelines . For those who did decide ...

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