Virology

Coronavirus: Why More Testing May Not Be For The Better

Doyin Odubanjo Public Health, World Simply conducting more tests will not help the situation.  You can’t fight a virus if you don’t know where it is. These were the words of Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Dr Tedros...
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Canadian Movie 'corona' Becomes First Movie To Tackle Covid-19 Pandemic

Coronavirus is turning out to be one of the deadliest viruses that mankind has ever seen. About 90% of the world’s population is in the state of lockdown because of the life-threatening disease. Besides being a matter of study, the virus is also...
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Astrophysicist Gets Magnets Stuck Up His Nose While Trying To Invent A Face-touching Sensor

These days it’s becoming more common to see people walking about with face masks on. This is done to prevent the breathing in of the COVID-19 virus. However, the problem with face masks is that due to the fact that many of us are not used to...
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How At Risk Are You Of Getting A Virus On An Airplane?

Fair or not, airplanes have a reputation for germs. However, there are ways to minimize the risks.
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Hopes For Pandemic Respite This Spring May Depend Upon What Happens Indoors

How much spring and summer affect the COVID-19 pandemic may depend not only on the effectiveness of social distancing measures, but also on the environment inside our buildings, according to a new review on how respiratory viruses are transmitted.
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Experimental Ai Tool Predicts Which Covid-19 Patients Develop Respiratory Disease

An artificial intelligence tool accurately predicted which patients newly infected with the COVID-19 virus would go on to develop severe respiratory disease, a new study found.
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Burn Down The Regulatory House

(John Hinderaker) The Wuhan epidemic is bringing to light many regulations and processes that have needlessly impeded efforts to fight the virus by private industry, as well as by government. Quite a few such regulations are now being suspended,...
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Twitter Censors Rudy Giuliani, Charlie Kirk For Virus Violations

Twitter was reportedly very eager to take down any tweets about hydroxychloroquine and coronavirus. But now that the FDA has approved the drug for the treatment of coronavirus, will Twitter restore some of the tweets it censored? A tweet from...
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Suspected Sars Virus And Flu Samples Found In Chinese Scientists’ Luggage Arriving In The U.s.:...

Samples of the suspected SARS virus and influenza were found in Chinese scientists’ luggage arriving in the U.S., according to an unclassified FBI tactical intelligence report obtained by Yahoo News. In November 2018, U.S. Customs and Border...
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Helpful Dog Delivers Groceries To Quarantined Neighbor

A sweet golden retriever named Sunny who lives in Manitou Springs, Colorado became an essential employee to his neighbor Renee Hellman. Hellman is immunocompromised and must stay home in order to avoid virus infection. Sunny’s human Karen...
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More Than 100 Residents, Staff In Tennessee Nursing Home Test Positive For Coronavirus

More than 100 residents and staff in a Tennessee nursing home have tested positive for the coronavirus.At least 74 residents of Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing and 33 staff have tested positive for the virus, according to an...
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Trump Steaks: What Happens When Workers Cutting Up America’s Meat Get Sick?

A federal food safety inspector in New York City, who oversaw meat processing plants, died from the illness caused by the novel coronavirus. A poultry worker in Mississippi, employed by America’s third largest chicken company, tested positive for...
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The Limits Of South Korea’s “coronavirus Diplomacy”

Minseon Ku Health, Can other nations use Seoul's strategy to fight the virus and help other nations?  South Korea has been experiencing lately a positive shift in its global image and reputation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Seoul has been...
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Britain's Prince Charles Is Out Of Self-isolation And In Good Health

Charles, the Prince of Wales, tested positive for COVID-19 on 25 March and was self-isolated at home in Scotland with his spouse, who does not have the virus.
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Downward-facing Dog Pose? It's Yoga Time With A Cute Chihuahua

Italy has become the epicentre of the COVID-19 outbreak in Europe with people forced to self-isolate in order to contain the spread of the virus.
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…and We’re Here To Remind You

(Scott Johnson) Last week authorities in the great state of Michigan promulgated a “reminder” threatening doctors and pharmacists with consequences for prescribing or filling orders for chloroquine or hydroxychloroquine to treat the...
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Tom Cotton Revives Conspiracy Theory About Chinese Bioengineering Virus

Hello, darkness, it's our old friend Tom Cotton, for whom there is no conspiracy theory dumb enough or no science solid enough for him to deny over and over and over again. Appearing on Fox News Sunday, Cotton referred to the Chinese as the "Chinese...
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It’s In The Data: The Common Flu Had 12 Times More Hospitalizations Than Covid-19 Yet No Media...

As more data comes in we are able to see more clearly the extent of the coronavirus pandemic in the US and around the world. The number of individuals hospitalized from the virus is one relevant measurement. To date in the US we have had around...
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Rashford Helps Feed Children During Virus Shutdown

London (AFP) – Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is working to get food to children who rely on free school meals after the coronavirus shutdown. The 22-year-old England international has teamed up with charity FareShare to help...
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Canada’s Trudeau Remains In Isolation After Wife Recovers From Virus

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday that he would remain in self-imposed isolation even though his wife, who had contracted the coronavirus, has recovered. Although Sophie Gregoire Trudeau received the all-clear from her physicians on...
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