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Covid: Italy among countries added to Scotland's quarantine list

Covid: Italy among countries added to Scotland's quarantine list

The travel ban in Italy would be a big blow to British tourists with flights booked for more than half the term if it were introduced, it is likely that anyone in Italy now has until 4 am on Saturda...

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Netizens Clash Online as Senate Confirmation Hearings for Barrett Go On

Netizens Clash Online as Senate Confirmation Hearings for Barrett Go On

Most importantly, health care coverage for millions of Americans is at stake with this nomination. "That's outrageous", said Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa), bringing in the judge's personal profil...

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Coronavirus: People with this blood group least vulnerable to COVID-19

Coronavirus: People with this blood group least vulnerable to COVID-19

The first team gathered information from the Danish health registry data of more than 4,73,000 Covid-19 positive individuals out of the general population of 2.2 million. Research is coalescing arou...

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7 new cases of COVID in Niagara Thursday

7 new cases of COVID in Niagara Thursday

Gomez stated that "the Illinois Department of Public Health is now reporting that as of last night, 1,932 people in Illinois were reported to be in the hospital with COVID-19". New rules limit gatheri...

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Herd immunity approach to pandemic ‘dangerous fallacy’, researchers warn

Herd immunity approach to pandemic ‘dangerous fallacy’, researchers warn

The letter says: "The arrival of a second wave and the realisation of the challenges ahead has led to renewed interest in a so-called herd immunity approach, which suggests allowing a large uncontr...

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B.C. announces 142 cases of COVID-19 as total surpasses 11000

The state's test positivity rate has also doubled over the last month to 5.4%, and hospitalizations are rising across OH as more people are infected. "The child has fully recovered and is now at hom...

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Ice Cube Worked with Trump Administration on ‘Platinum Plan’ for Black America

Ice Cube Worked with Trump Administration on ‘Platinum Plan’ for Black America

In it, he says that despite being a staunch Democrat his whole life, that Black Americans need to come together as an independent voting bloc, and "apply the pressure" no matter who's in the White Hou...

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PureGym eyes legal challenge over Liverpool gym closures

PureGym eyes legal challenge over Liverpool gym closures

But if this does not get better, then we might have no other option than to consider redress through legal mechanisms. "Me on Saturday to No 10 officials " Gyms are safer than supermarkets, more C...

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Tillis in Washington after clearance to end virus quarantine

Tillis in Washington after clearance to end virus quarantine

Rotterman said that Cunningham's team has been "portraying Senator Tillis as a Washington insider who is in the pocket of 'Big Pharma, ' the insurance industry, and that he is against Medicaid expan...

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London due to move from Covid Tier 1 to Tier 2

London due to move from Covid Tier 1 to Tier 2

As of midnight Friday, Londoners will be prohibited from mixing with other households in homes and other indoor settings, including hospitality venues, after the United Kingdom government agreed wit...

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Eli Lilly pauses COVID antibody trial, citing safety concern

Eli Lilly pauses COVID antibody trial, citing safety concern

Given that such tests are done on tens of thousands of people, some medical problems are a coincidence. Lab-produced antibody treatments have been making headlines recently after US President Donald T...

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Split screen: Trump and Biden to headline dueling town halls

Split screen: Trump and Biden to headline dueling town halls

After discussing Trump's response to COVID-19, Maddow posed the following question to Harris: "Are you as mad as everybody else is that NBC is doing a town hall with President Trump tomorrow inste...

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New COVID-19 death reported in Niagara Wednesday

New COVID-19 death reported in Niagara Wednesday

Henry says a backlog of about 6,000 tests was cleared up over the weekend. Currently, 77 individuals are hospitalized with COVID-19, 24 of whom are in intensive care. It's not an order, but B.C.'s t...

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Russia approves EpiVacCorona, 2nd virus vaccine after early trials

Russia approves EpiVacCorona, 2nd virus vaccine after early trials

The Russian government announced Wednesday the registration of a second COVID-19 vaccine and said a third is in development. A total of 40,000 volunteers are due to take part in the tests and as m...

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Countries with earlier lockdowns, better preparations had fewer COVID-19 deaths

Countries with earlier lockdowns, better preparations had fewer COVID-19 deaths

New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Arizona, Mississippi, Maryland, Delaware, Rhode Island and MI were the ten states with the highest per capita rate of excess deaths. "And most models pr...

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Dutch woman becomes first to die of Covid-19 reinfection

Dutch woman becomes first to die of Covid-19 reinfection

Almost two months after testing positive for the novel coronavirus for the first time, the 89-year-old woman began receiving chemotherapy treatment for Waldenström's macroglobulinemia, a malignant d...

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Nevada's first lady shares importance of breast cancer screening

Nevada's first lady shares importance of breast cancer screening

Lawson first reached out to her state representative with ideas to raise awareness about metastatic breast cancer and the effect it has on women of color and women in rural areas. Help kiss cancer goo...

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COVID-19 again? Reinfection cases raise concerns over immunity

COVID-19 again? Reinfection cases raise concerns over immunity

However, two days into the treatment she developed several Covid-19 symptoms , including fever, cough and difficulty breathing, CNN reported. Ongoing illness after infection with Covid-19, someti...

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Russian Federation says it's registered 2nd COVID-19 vaccine, working on a 3rd

Russian Federation says it's registered 2nd COVID-19 vaccine, working on a 3rd

Illustrative: In this March 16, 2020 file photo, a pharmacist gives Jennifer Haller, left, the first shot in the first-stage safety study clinical trial of a potential vaccine for COVID-19, the diseas...

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Virginia Voter Registration Deadline Extended After Outage

Virginia Voter Registration Deadline Extended After Outage

This isn't the first time a court had to extend the state's voter registration deadline. Civil rights organizations on Tuesday vowed to make sure Virginia residents are able to vote in the November ...

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Barrett rebuffs questions on abortion in confirmation hearing

Barrett rebuffs questions on abortion in confirmation hearing

Judicial nominees have long refused to answer questions about their opinions on contentious cases. Republicans have a 53-47 Senate majority, making Barrett's confirmation a virtual certainty. Oh, and ...

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Herd immunity solution to Covid-19 is 'ethically problematic', World Health Organization warns

Herd immunity solution to Covid-19 is 'ethically problematic', World Health Organization warns

He added that some diseases such as measles need as many as 95 per cent of people to be protected for herd immunity to develop, whereas the WHO estimates that less than 10 per cent of the world's popu...

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First Case of COVID-19 Reinfection in US Hits Man More Severely

First Case of COVID-19 Reinfection in US Hits Man More Severely

According to the scientists, the patient had been admitted to hospital with COVID-19 symptoms which had been going on for 10 days during which he was transferred to intensive care as he was struggling...

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3% of COVID 19 tests in Ontario over last day were positive

3% of COVID 19 tests in Ontario over last day were positive

Asymptomatic persons should not go to assessment centres in Belleville and Quinte West where health workers are only receiving persons with symptoms to reduce long line-ups experienced in recent month...

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YouTube bans misinformation on COVID-19 vaccines

YouTube bans misinformation on COVID-19 vaccines

It is not known-and "is not always immediately apparent", J&J added-if the ill participant was among participants randomized to JNJ-78436735, or to placebo. and Pfizer Inc. - and others in other count...

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Coronavirus: 5 deaths and 1095 COVID-19 cases today

Coronavirus: 5 deaths and 1095 COVID-19 cases today

The North Island, which spans Courtenay-Comox to Port Hardy, has identified 73 cases of COVID-19, an increase of four over the past week. Henry says an increase in exposures tied to recreational spo...

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Some pharmacies have already run out of flu vaccine - but don't panic

Some pharmacies have already run out of flu vaccine - but don't panic

While flu viruses circulate year-round, fall kicks off flu season . Getting the flu vaccine can help keep yourself and the community healthy, which strengthens our immune system and helps fight o...

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Three tier lockdown to be announced today coronavirus Covid 19 Boris Johnson

Three tier lockdown to be announced today coronavirus Covid 19 Boris Johnson

Prof Van-Tam, addressing a question about a presentation slide depicting a creeping rate rise in the South, said: "You have anxious me now that I might have presented a bipolar picture that Covid-19 i...

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Boris Johnson shuts pubs in United Kingdom hot spots as coronavirus infections rise

Boris Johnson shuts pubs in United Kingdom hot spots as coronavirus infections rise

People will also be advised against travel in and out of these areas. However, he stressed he did not believe another national lockdown would be the "right course". As well as pubs and bars being fo...

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Biden Says Amid Hurried Barrett Hearing: 'Court Packing Is Going On Now'

Biden Says Amid Hurried Barrett Hearing: 'Court Packing Is Going On Now'

As a longtime University of Notre Dame law professor, she established herself as a reliable conservative in the mold of former Justice Antonin Scalia, for whom she clerked in the late 1990s. "Your app...

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Welsh First Minister offers PM 'one final opportunity' to issue travel ban

Welsh First Minister offers PM 'one final opportunity' to issue travel ban

However, UK government ministers want to know whether evidence provided by Welsh ministers can emphatically prove people travelling from lockdown areas in England has led to an increase in Covid-19 ca...

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Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Harris and others said the hearings should not move forward without plans to test those attending for COVID. They'll also call for Barrett's recusal from potential cases and underscore the coronavirus...

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Change My Mind: Should the Senate confirm Amy Coney Barrett?

Change My Mind: Should the Senate confirm Amy Coney Barrett?

Republicans, including Texas Sen. Many also hope that, as Trump has called for, she will help the high court overturn the Affordable Care Act, which extended government-backed health insurance to mi...

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Anthony Fauci says 'really disappointing' Donald Trump ad should be taken down

Anthony Fauci says 'really disappointing' Donald Trump ad should be taken down

The Trump campaign fired back at Fauci's comments earlier this week as well, saying that the infectious disease expert had praised the Trump administration's work in combatting the pandemic and that...

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Johnson & Johnson halt Covid-19 vaccine trial after 'unexplained illness'

Johnson & Johnson halt Covid-19 vaccine trial after 'unexplained illness'

The AstraZeneca late-stage trials were suspended for a week in September due to an illness in a study participant in Britain, but resumed after getting the green light from safety watchdogs. "Our ...

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