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COVID-19 in Oregon: Death toll remains at 289, 340 new cases reported | News

Portland, Oregon (KPTV)-The Oregon Department of Health did not report new COVID-19 deaths on Monday, and the state’s death toll was 289. On Monday, health officials reported 340 newly confirmed and presumptive coronavirus cases, bringing the state’s total to 17,088. New cases have been reported in the following counties: Benton: 2 Clackamas: 7 Colombia: 1 Coos: 1 Liar: 1 Stub: …

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Coronavirus infection reported in rural Alaska has recently proved deadly

We are providing coronavirus coverage without subscribing as a public service. But we rely on the support of our readers to complete this work. Please consider working with others to support local news in Alaska for only $3.23 per week. Tribal health officials said people who tested positive for COVID-19 in southwest Alaska died of complications from the disease after …

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After issuing the restriction warning, has El Paso County flattened the COVID-19 curve? – KRDO

Colorado springs Colorado Springs (KRDO), Colorado-El Paso County Public Health Department issued a severe warning nearly 14 days ago: If the incidence of COVID-19 does not slow down, the county may have to reassess the difference and reduce business operations . Dr. Robin Johnson, Director of Public Health Medicine of El Paso County, said: “July is a considerable upward trend, …

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Pfizer enters Phase 3 trial of Covid-19 vaccine-CNBC TV

Pfizer enters the third phase of Covid-19 vaccine trial CNBC TV The first phase 3 coronavirus vaccine trial in the United States will begin next week. This is how the vaccine works CNN Philippines COVID-19 vaccine trial enters a new phase of GMA ABC News in the United States Can Pfizer become a millionaire manufacturer? Variegated fool Online tool shows …

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Studies have found that dogs can tell you if you have COVID and testing

Coronavirus can manifest itself in many ways, sometimes it produces countless kinds of symptoms, and sometimes it produces no symptoms at all. Since it is not always so clear, testing is essential to determine the actual infected person. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 53 million people in the United States have been tested for …

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Research: Vaccines are safer than “any other modern medical intervention”

A 20-year comprehensive new study including 57 vaccines found that they are “very safe”, especially when compared to drugs and other medical devices. The study found that safety-related label changes are mainly small, for example, people who noticed allergies to the vaccine should avoid using it. This result may comfort those who worry about the coronavirus vaccine, because they are …

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Affluent people are twice as likely to suffer from high blood pressure as low-income people

Sapporo City, Japan -Low socioeconomic status is associated with shortened life expectancy and is considered a risk factor for poor health and premature death. Nevertheless, a new study by researchers at the Graduate School of Medicine at Hokkaido University in Japan shows that men with higher incomes have a higher risk of hypertension than men with lower incomes. Hypertension or …

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There are nearly 50,000 coronavirus cases in Wisconsin. 590 new cases and 1 death toll

Update: The Wisconsin Department of Health Services revised the active and recovered cases after 2 pm; this article was updated with these new data. Madison, Wisconsin (WBAY)-In the past seven weeks, Wisconsin received fewer than 7,000 test results every Monday. Of the 690 new cases, the positive results were 946%, of which one-eighty percent were positive. New cases have been …

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The doctor behind the controversial Covid data

In 2008 or early 2009, when Dr. Olcese and another major resident were discussing whether to promote him to the next residency, they shared their concerns about Dr. Desai with their superiors (senior physicians and faculty at Duke University). It is not clear what the teachers discussed in the private discussion, but in the end, Dr. Desai was promoted. A …

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