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DHEC releases the latest COVID-19 case, death date is October 26

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 755 new confirmed cases and 12 new possible COVID-19 cases on Monday, another 20 confirmed deaths and 2 new possible deaths, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 163,946 7555, 3587 and confirmed deaths and 236 suspected cases may deaths.Confirmed: click here.Confirmed and possible death: click here.PGRpdiBjbGFzcz0ndGFibGVhdVBsYWNlaG9sZGVyJyBpZD0ndml6MTYwMzczNjg1NDg1MCcgc3R5bGU9J3Bvc2l0aW9uOiByZWxhdGl2ZSc + …

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COVID-19 Statistics | October 26, 2020 | Lost Coastal Outpost

Press release from Humboldt County Joint Press Center: The tenth resident of Humboldt County died after testing positive for COVID-19. The person died in the 1980s. Humboldt County Health Officer Dr. Teresa Frankovich said: “We extend our condolences to their family and friends for their loss.” Five new cases have been reported since last Friday, bringing the total number of …

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COVID-19 cases increase before Thanksgiving-internal version

COVID-19 cases increase before Thanksgiving inside page Maine reports 58 new cases of COVID-19 The Bangor, Maine Daily News reports 58 new coronavirus cases Maine CDC: 53 other COVID-19 cases revealed in Maine on Monday Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: No single source of “concern” peak of COVID-19 cases NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZ View all reports from Google News Source …

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At the beginning of the pandemic, many nurses were hospitalized due to Covid

According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday, most medical staff who were hospitalized with Covid-19 at the beginning of the pandemic had direct interaction with patients. The report focused on the hospitalization of medical staff related to Covid-19 from March to May, and it was found that 67% of patients were in …

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Large-scale analysis reveals new genes related to COVID-19-beneficial but harmful

Researchers Yale University Broad Institute versus Harvard University screened hundreds of millions of people exposed to Coronavirus disease And MERS virus, and identified dozens of genes, these genes can not only make the virus replicate in the cell, but also make those genes that seem to work in the virus. Researchers say that the antiviral and antiviral effects of these …

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COVID-19 heart changes increase the risk of death; the virus may be the main killer of young people during the surge

Nancy Lapid (Reuters)-The following is a summary of the latest scientific research on the new coronavirus, as well as efforts to find a cure and vaccine for the disease COVID-19 caused by the virus. If COVID-19 causes heart changes, a higher risk of death is found A new study may help determine which COVID-19 patients with signs of heart damage …

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The research team found that nearly 800,000 U.S. children were infected with a 14% increase in child cases of Covid-19

The organization representing pediatricians said that as of October 22, 792,188 children had been infected in the United States. According to Johns Hopkins University, 8.6 million Americans have been infected with the new coronavirus. AAP said that from October 8 to October 22, 94,555 new cases of children were reported. Among children, serious illnesses and deaths caused by Covid-19 are …

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CDC warns of Listeria outbreak in Deli meat

On October 26, 2015, processed meat was displayed in a grocery store in Miami, Florida.photo: Joe Riddle (Getty Images) Foodborne outbreak Listeria According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meat related to cooked food has been hospitalized in at least 10 people in three states and killed one person. CDC is now warning certain high-risk individuals …

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The mystery of malaria has been partially solved: what happens if it rains?

However, the researchers found that during the dry season, most parasites in red blood cells stop making the sticky form of this protein. They slip into the spleen and destroy it. However, some stubborn survivors are still hanging around, seeming to slow their metabolism, just like miniature bears have passed the winter. This has two functions to protect them. First, …

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Decline in non-coronavirus hospitalizations shows people are skipping important medical care

The study, published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday, is consistent with previous research that showed that since the establishment of Covid-19, the number of hospitalizations not related to the coronavirus has fallen across the country. Researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine examined the number of hospitalizations in NYU Langone’s health system from March to May 2020, …

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