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The White House issues a sharp estimate of coronavirus

As many as 240,000 Americans can die from coronavirus, even if containment measures are followed “almost perfectly,” a senior US official warned. Modeling showed that the disease could kill between 100,000 and 240,000 people if Americans stay at home and limit their contact with others, says Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus coordinator on Tuesday. Without social distance measures, the …

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Save Coronavirus Pandemic Face off doctors with hospital equipment

Shortly after 6:30 on a new morning, Dr. Henry Nikicicz, an anesthesiologist in Texas, an emergency intubation of a man in the 70s who suffered from severe respiratory distress. Then the doctor’s own problems began. Step out of an elevator after completing the procedure, Dr. Nikicicz’s face mask for respiratory protection returned when he saw a group of people walking …

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These charts show who is most vulnerable to Coronavirus: shots

As the corona virus spreads across the country, millions of Americans who are already struggling with health and economics – especially those in minority communities – can carry most of it. New data released on Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that COVID-19 patients with underlying health problems in the United States are more likely to …

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Coronavirus death: Skokie husband, wife Feliks and Luiza Ogorodnik, die hours apart from COVID-19; The first Illinois couple to both die of viruses

SKOKIE, Ill. – A married couple who emigrated from Ukraine more than two decades ago died of the corona virus at only hourly intervals over the weekend. Feliks Ogorodnik, 88, and his wife, Luiza, 84, died Saturday at Glenbrook Hospital in the suburb of Glenview, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. They both died of pneumonia with COVID-19 …

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LAPD: Coronavirus home orders may run in May

Los Angeles’s stringent order at home to slow the spread of the corona virus may remain in place well into May, Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore said. His statement emphasizes that residents should expect that social distance rules will remain in place for weeks as coronavirus cases and deaths continue to increase. Both Los Angeles city and county officials …

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The Caledonia man in the 20th century is the county’s first COVID-19 related death; the number of confirmed cases increases to 18 | Top story

A Caledonia man in his 20s who died suddenly at home March 28 tested positive for COVID-19 two days later, the Livingston County Department of Health announced in a statement Tuesday morning. The man is the first COVID-19 related death in the county. “We know this virus is deadly and now that reality has hit home in a terrible, tragic …

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50 residents of California nursing home test positive for coronavirus

More than 50 residents at a California nursing home have tested positive for coronavirus – and two of the patients have died from the disease, officials said Tuesday. San Bernardino County health officials said all residents of the Cedar Mountain Rehabilitation Center should assume they have included COVID-19. In addition to the 51 residents who have tested positive at Cedar …

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Invention mode: the new gadgets dreamed up to fight coronavirus

LONDON / OAKLAND / BUCHAREST (Reuters) – When he drove to work at his factory west of London last week, designer Steve Brooks had a corona virus in mind. What could he do to let him open a door without touching the handle? Entrepreneurs Matthew Toles and Joseph Toles, founders of the Slightly Robot company, showcase smart band, Immutouch, which …

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Providence researchers believe they have COVID-19 vaccine

PORTLAND Ore. – Researchers in Portland believe they may have calculated a vaccine against COVID-19. Researchers at the Chile Research Institute at Providence’s Robert Franz Cancer Center have asked the federal government for permission to start human volunteer trials. They are experts in cancer research and immunotherapy. Bernard Fox, Ph.D. and Rome Leidner, M.D. leads a team consisting of several …

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Coronavirus study finds a “surprising” link between infection and loss of smell

Testing for coronavirus in Germany takes medical personnel samples from the nose. Alexander Hassenstein / Getty Visit the WHO website for the latest coronavirus pandemic updates and information. While coronavirus The pandemic has spread rapidly around the world, keeping most of us together in our homes. Researchers have tirelessly worked to find out how the virus infects us and the …

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