قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Health

Health

Dr. Fauci said these three businesses must be closed to avoid a surge in COVID

Throughout the COVID pandemic, it has become increasingly clear that certain types of businesses are particularly likely to pose a serious COVID risk: businesses that are poorly ventilated indoors and people gather together. Although most states have now reopened most businesses, Anthony Fauci, The leading US immunologist MD warned that three specific businesses should remain closed during COVID. In the …

Read More »

Aerial spraying of EEE continues to be carried out across the state

Grand Rapids (Wood), Michigan-An increase in eastern equine encephalitis cases found in animals has led to aerial spraying in multiple counties in Michigan. Pesticides continued to be sprayed on Monday night, requiring Michigan residents to be careful when outdoors. According to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the cool temperature does not have much effect on the threat …

Read More »

U.S. coronavirus death toll approaches 200,000

As some guidelines and practices to stop the spread of the disease have been questioned, the death toll from the coronavirus in the United States is hovering below 200,000. Although data compiled by Johns Hopkins University indicated that 52,000 new cases had been reported on Monday, about 21,800 of them came from the release of Texas backlog data. Johns Hopkins …

Read More »

California coronavirus death toll exceeds 15,000 – deadline

On Monday, California officially reported that more than 15,000 residents had died from the coronavirus. This is because the state’s daily death toll has been declining, but this number is still much higher than the figure in early July. In contrast, influenza generally kills approximately 6,000-7,000 Californians each year. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, …

Read More »

The hospital has 36 virus deaths every day due to the influx of patients

The Ministry of Health recorded 36 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours on Monday, bringing the death toll since the beginning of the pandemic to 1,273. According to statistics from the Ministry of Health, 2,641 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed since Sunday night, and 24,487 inspections were conducted on Sunday. This number is lower than in recent days and may …

Read More »

Virginia has 2 of the 10 healthiest communities in U.S. News in 2020

U.S. News and World Report released the 2020 “Healthiest Communities” rankings, with Falls Church and Loudoun County in Virginia in the top ten, while Howard County in Maryland fell. U.S. News and World Report released the 2020 “Healthiest Communities” ranking, with Falls Church and Loudoun County in Virginia in the top ten, and Howard County in Maryland in the top …

Read More »

The Chinese state-owned company is expected to approve the coronavirus vaccine for public use in a few months

Beijing (Reuters)-The vice chairman said on Tuesday that the state-backed vaccine producer China National Biotechnology Group (CNBG) hopes that its two new coronavirus vaccine candidates will receive conditional regulatory approvals for public use within this year. Although clinical trials of the vaccine are still ongoing, according to the emergency plan authorized in July, China has vaccinated thousands of people with …

Read More »

The latest news from COVID-19 in Minnesota: a record no one wants

State health leaders violently warned families in early September that despite the low daily death toll and the relatively stable number of hospitalizations, the COVID-19 pandemic is still not over. Day by day, the number of hospitalizations has decreased, and the number of new cases has decreased, which gives hope to the trend. Now, despite the 2,200 cases reported over …

Read More »

Tarrant County Health recommends virtual learning in schools

The county health department pointed out that the positive rate of diseases similar to COVID-19 and the hospitalization rate both showed a two-week upward trend. The Tarrant County Department of Public Health recommends that all schools in the county only learn online, on the grounds that the positive rate of COVID-19-like diseases and the rate of medical visits are both …

Read More »