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85-year-old woman dies of complications

85-year-old woman dies of coronavirus complications The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s office tweeted the message Tuesday. Updated: 13:15 CDT Mar 31, 2020 A Pewaukee woman has died from the coronavirus. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s office tweeted the message Tuesday. Continued coverage: Coronavirus in Wisconsin According to the post, the 85-year-old African American woman died of coronavirus complications Tuesday morning. …

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Serology tests for coronavirus antibodies can help restart society

The theory is that such testing could be used to divide the world into people who have had it and are no longer at risk – and those who are. Healthcare workers with immunity could return to the front line. Large employers could test their workers to find out who could return to work first. Health insurance companies can use …

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Pink eye is now linked to possible symptoms of coronavirus

(CNN) – What are the signs that indicate that you may have the new coronavirus causing Covid-19? In fact, the main list of acute symptoms is actually quite short and can appear anywhere from two to 14 days after exposure to the virus, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “We emphasize fever plus a remarkable symptom …

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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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Manufacturing circulating to close Cape Bridges due to COVID-19

Cape Cod has given alarm that New Yorkers are seeking refuge, and now some residents are taking new action. A group of Cape Coders has launched a petition on Change.org to close the Cape bridges. Organizers fear that vacation home owners would overwhelm the region’s small hospitals. “While we love our tourists and summer residents, it’s not time to come …

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Restrictions curb infections in coronavirus, new data suggests

Tough measures, including home and restaurant closures, are contributing to rapid reductions in fever – a signal symptom of most coronavirus infections – recorded in states across the country, according to exciting new data produced by a medical technology firm. At least 248 million Americans in at least 29 states have been told to stay home. It seemed almost impossible …

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State Trooper stops doctors to speed up and shows why “we will be OK”

Dr. Sarosh Janjua fully expected to get a ticket when Minnesota State trooper Brian Schwartz pulled her over for driving on Interstate 35. Instead, Schwartz released the cardiologist with a stern warning – giving her five coveted N95 face masks from her own supply. “They are worth their weight in gold and for him to just selflessly hand over something …

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Study: Coronavirus death rate lower than previously reported

A new study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases medical journal estimates that the coronavirus death rate is significantly lower than previously reported. In early March, the World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that the estimated COVID-19 mortality rate globally was about 3.4%, while Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said …

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