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Live updates of Coronavirus: FDA gives emergency approval for anti-malarial drugs to treat COVID-19

The two drugs are being investigated as potential treatments for COVID-19. March 30, 2020, 9:49 AM 5 min read 5 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article A pandemic from the new corona virus has claimed the lives of more than 34,000 people worldwide. The new respiratory virus, which causes a disease officially called COVID-19, has spread rapidly …

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Britain’s epidemic wanes and antibody testing can be completed in a few days, says the top epidemiologist

LONDON (Reuters) – The Corona virus epidemic in the UK shows signs of slowness and antibody testing may be ready in a few days, Neil Ferguson, professor of mathematical biology at Imperial College London, said on Monday. FILE PHOTO: Entrepreneurs, members of 1st Royal Anglian Regiment and members of Queen’s Gurkha Engineer Regiment help build new NHS Nightingale Hospital to …

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New York hospitals set up refrigerators to be used as makeshift morning hospitals

New York City hospitals set up makeshift morgues outside their facilities to deal with the plethora of victims when the coronavirus pandemic hits the Big Apple hard. Refrigerated cars were seen parked outside several of the largest medical centers during the five districts over the weekend. Brown tents with medical officials inside that make quick evaluations of potential coronavirus patients …

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Homemade masks, PPE, home testing kits and all other coronavirus terms to know

Globally, COVID-19 confirmed cases from March 26, 2020 (cumulative). Tracked by Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering. Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering / Screenshot by CNET Visit the WHO website for the latest coronavirus pandemic updates and information. The coronavirus pandemic puts words in the billions of people around the world. On-site protection, COVID-19, homemade …

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Third Alaskan dies of COVID-19 as the state confirms another 12 cases

We make coronavirus coverage available without subscription as a public service. But we depend on reader support to do this work. Consider joining others to support local journalism in Alaska for just $ 3.23 a week. A 73-year-old man died at an anchor hospital Saturday after testing positive for COVID-19, which marked the state’s third death from the virus, state …

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Clusters of COVID-19 cases related to Fairbank’s medical building

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) The Alaska Department of Epidemiology’s Department of Health and Social Services has identified a cluster of COVID-19 coronavirus cases in Fairbanks, all linked to two medical practices in the building at Geist Road 3745, which include McKinley Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and ATI Physical Therapy. From 3 p.m. On March 29, 15 cases in the Fairbanks / …

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2 residents of Douglas County Health Center are testing positive for COVID-19

Two long-term residents in the Douglas County Health Center have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a news release from health center officials. According to the release, residents are currently in isolation in their own rooms. Both residents are being monitored and in stable condition, the health center said. Functions from the health center contacted families of residents after the …

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First, Harris County residents tested positive for coronavirus

Harris County Jail, photographed Wednesday, July 24, 2019 in Houston. Harris County Jail, photographed Wednesday, July 24, 2019 in Houston. Photo: Godofredo A Vásquez, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Photo: Godofredo A Vásquez, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photographer Harris County Jail, photographed Wednesday, July 24, 2019 in Houston. Harris County Jail, photographed Wednesday, July 24, 2019 in Houston. Photo: Godofredo …

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Community provides care for ICU nurse who died of COVID-19 opposite increase in case, testing – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

MIAMI (WSVN) – South Floridians who knew the Jackson Memorial Hospital nurse who died due to complications from COVID-19 paid tribute to the longtime caregiver, as officials revealed plans to open test sites across the region and confirmed they encountered a problem with tests on a place. Pauline Lawhorn spoke on the phone with 7News on Sunday and said that …

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