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CDC adds 6 new possible coronavirus symptoms

CDC adds 6 new possible coronavirus symptoms

They are: chills, headache, sore throat, muscle pain, new loss of taste or smell, and repeated shaking with chills. When the coronavirus outbreak began, the Centers for Disease Control and Preventio...

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World Health Organization warns against coronavirus 'immunity passports'

World Health Organization warns against coronavirus 'immunity passports'

The WHO warned governments on Saturday to not issue "immunity passports" for recovered coronavirus patients since there is "no evidence" to indicate they developed antibodies protecting them from rein...

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South Korean economy contracts most since 2008 in first quarter

South Korean economy contracts most since 2008 in first quarter

Earlier this week, the government announced a third rescue package meant to protect business from failing. "The problem is that the global economic shock due to the coronavirus spread across the g...

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Group Sues Oklahoma Election Board To Ease Absentee Restrictions

Group Sues Oklahoma Election Board To Ease Absentee Restrictions

Voters who have requested ballots can track the status of their ballot by visiting VoteOhio.gov and clicking "Track Your Ballot", using county and name to search. Having a mail-in only election leads ...

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Study finds most COVID-19 patients on ventilators in NY died

Study finds most COVID-19 patients on ventilators in NY died

Stroke patients with coronavirus were an average of 15 years younger than those without the virus. Dr Grimaldi, 36, from Brighton, said: "Unable to be patient-facing during the Covid-19 pandemic,...

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Seniors advocate wants care homes to start allowing visitors

Seniors advocate wants care homes to start allowing visitors

It's been six weeks since people in B.C. have been able to visit their loved ones at long-term care homes, and the province's seniors advocate says she supports a plan to safely start letting family b...

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Hundreds test positive for COVID-19 at one MI prison

Hundreds test positive for COVID-19 at one MI prison

The state began keeping data on COVID-19 recoveries about two weeks ago and the latest numbers show 8,342 people have recovered, up from 3,237 last Saturday. Those are all in the Upper Peninsula and a...

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US Doctors Say Coronavirus Could Possibly Cause Strokes In Younger Patients

US Doctors Say Coronavirus Could Possibly Cause Strokes In Younger Patients

The group plans to publish their findings in the New England Journal of Medicine . When records were pulled from almost 6,000 patients hospitalized by way of the Northwell Health system, they rev...

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Trump Lashes out at Media, 'Third Rate Reporter'

Trump Lashes out at Media, 'Third Rate Reporter'

Asked if she was bothered by the need to keep ruling out the use of disinfectant, which can be fatal if ingested, Birx said: "It bothers me that this is still in the news cycle". In November past year...

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Rural doctors exempt from overhead billing as Shandro rolls back changes

Rural doctors exempt from overhead billing as Shandro rolls back changes

The United Conservative government in Alberta terminated the contract with the Alberta Medical Association in January, after passing legislation that would allow them to do so in the October budget re...

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Streak broken with new Coast virus cases confirmed

Streak broken with new Coast virus cases confirmed

Ms Palaszczuk said from Friday, Queenslanders will be free to indulge in some recreational activities outside of the home from midnight on Friday. "We're conducting well over 2000 tests a day and st...

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COVID-19 causing blood clots, sudden strokes in young adults, doctors say

COVID-19 causing blood clots, sudden strokes in young adults, doctors say

Dr. Oxley and his colleagues said that they all seem to have suffered increased clotting in their large arteries, which caused them to have severe strokes . The majority of those patients - 88 percen...

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Coronavirus may cause strokes in younger patients

Coronavirus may cause strokes in younger patients

The blockage of arteries in the brain caused by coronavirus clots could be life-threatening if not treated promptly. Flu-like symptoms can be indicative of disease with the novel coronavirus these d...

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Answers to questions about new coronavirus antibody studies

Answers to questions about new coronavirus antibody studies

Another person who died in Santa Clara County on March 6 also had the disease caused by the coronavirus , the medical examiner-coroner said in a statement . As Cody explains it, each severe covid-...

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HPSC has today been informed of 26 Covid-19 related deaths

HPSC has today been informed of 26 Covid-19 related deaths

Of the latest deaths, 42 were confirmed by labs, while the remaining ten deaths were deemed as "probable" by doctors. Mr Reid said we will have to look at the Irish health system through a new lens ...

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Apple and Google pledge to shut down coronavirus tracker when pandemic ends

Apple and Google pledge to shut down coronavirus tracker when pandemic ends

France and Germany improve the earlier, then once more, they have as soon as extra been instructed that Apple and Google gained't once more the sort of system. "Encrypting this data makes it more ...

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CDC Chief Warns Of Second, Possibly Worse Coronavirus Outbreak This Winter

CDC Chief Warns Of Second, Possibly Worse Coronavirus Outbreak This Winter

What he was trying to say was this: Everyone get your flu shot, ' she told Fox News Wednesday in an interview conducted from the White House. A top member of the White House Covid-19 task force, D...

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Qld records two new virus cases amid 'record high' testing

Qld records two new virus cases amid 'record high' testing

There have been 98,422 coronavirus test undertaken in Queensland , with 1,364 tests undertaken in the past 24 hours. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk welcomed the small increase as encouraging signs...

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NY to investigate nursing homes violating coronavirus orders, Cuomo says

NY to investigate nursing homes violating coronavirus orders, Cuomo says

The order came following an exceptionally high number of deaths at facilities throughout the state from COVID-19 since early March. However, one of the state's new regulations may be doing more ha...

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After "Bored" Driver Plays Cards With Friends, 24 Infected With COVID-19

Nearly 90 percent of COVID-19 patients who were placed on ventilators in New York's largest hospital system have died from the coronavirus , according to a study. "Even though there was no history ...

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Kenya Targeted for UK COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

Kenya Targeted for UK COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that the objective at a global pledging effort in early May would be to raise 7.5 billion euros (S$11.5 billion) to ramp up work on prevention, ...

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South Africa Introduces Overnight Curfew As Lockdown Regulations Are Restructured

South Africa Introduces Overnight Curfew As Lockdown Regulations Are Restructured

Minister of Trade and Industry Ebrahim Patel said that under level 4, more businesses will be allowed to operate in the country. More than 20% workers will now return to work, said Patel. People mus...

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Trump gives reason for suspending immigration

Trump gives reason for suspending immigration

Consistent with the order, the Secretary of Homeland Security will recommend that Trump continue or alter the ban within the next fifty days. The hundreds of thousands of temporary work visas issued...

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Beyonce identifies groups receiving $6M in coronavirus aid

Beyonce identifies groups receiving $6M in coronavirus aid

The american singer Beyonce has announced $ 6 million to essential workers and people affected by the pandemic Covid-19 in the large american cities, via its initiative BeyGOOD . "The communities...

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3 more COVID-19 deaths, 40 new cases in Monroe County

3 more COVID-19 deaths, 40 new cases in Monroe County

They range from 22 to 71 years old. The Douglas County Health Center has confirmed that two long care residents have passed away due to COVID-19. Both were men in their 70s with several comorbid...

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Coronavirus: Britain becomes fifth country with over 20000 deaths

Coronavirus: Britain becomes fifth country with over 20000 deaths

The death toll reached 20,319 on Saturday, after 813 new hospital deaths were recorded in the UK. At the Downing Street briefing, Home Secretary Priti Patel said: "As the deaths caused by this bad v...

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US Congress passes additional coronavirus bill

US Congress passes additional coronavirus bill

Thursday's House vote would bring the total cost of the four bipartisan bills to respond to various impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic to about $2.5 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget O...

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Confirmed COVID-19 cases rise in Neshoba County

Confirmed COVID-19 cases rise in Neshoba County

The total number of positive CCOVID-19 cases to-date in Cortland County remains at thirty-two (32). Among the new cases, county health officials have not yet identified how many live or work in nurs...

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Five-month-old baby girl of NY firefighter dies from coronavirus

Prosper sorrowfully announced in an Instagram post, noting that Jerel was the newest member to the Fire department and FDNY Hispanic Society. Jay-Natalie was tested twice for COVID-19 - once when sh...

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Britain launches COVID-19 vaccine study, latest in race

Britain launches COVID-19 vaccine study, latest in race

Who counts as a key worker and am I eligible to take a coronavirus test? . In a prior statement, Oxford scientists said that the goal is to produce a million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine by Sep...

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Percent of Patients in NYC Placed on Ventilators Died, Study Finds

Percent of Patients in NYC Placed on Ventilators Died, Study Finds

What precautions are you taking during the coronavirus pandemic??? Neurological impairments in COVID-19 patients have been spotted elsewhere. With data being fed to the authorities across the UK...

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Ontario Nears 14000 COVID-19 Cases

Ontario Nears 14000 COVID-19 Cases

Community transmission now accounts for 34.4 per cent of Ontario's total cases. According to data from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, there were 68 additional deaths in long-term care ...

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Doctors Report Foot Lesions As New Coronavirus Symptom

Around 88% of patients with COVID-19 who were put on a ventilator in a NY hospital system died, according to a new study . Although there are no conclusive studies connecting this rash to COVID-19,...

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Almost all coronavirus patients at Northwell Health had underlying condition

Almost all coronavirus patients at Northwell Health had underlying condition

They looked at electronic health records data from 5,700 people with COVID-19 who had been admitted to hospitals within the Northwell Health system-which now has the largest number of COVID-19 cases...

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President Trump Clarifies Injecting Disinfectant — SARCASTIC QUESTION

President Trump Clarifies Injecting Disinfectant — SARCASTIC QUESTION

For anyone wondering whether "disinfectant injections" are around the corner, the answer is absolutely not. The comments prompted Trump to ask Bryan to "check" for the possibility of injecting disin...

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