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Covid-19 restrictions on Cook County bars and fitness clubs

Cook County, Illinois-Cook County Council Chairman Tony Preckwinkel and the Cook County Department of Public Health announced on Monday that they have issued new health guidelines for bars, health clubs, personal care businesses and other gathering places. The guide is a new response to the surge in coronavirus cases in the suburbs of Cook County, especially among young people. The …

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28-year-old is the first COVID survivor to receive a double lung transplant

Last month, a 28-year-old Chicago woman became the first COVID-19 patient in the United States to receive a double lung transplant. Chicago — The Chicago woman who became the nation’s first COVID-19 patient to receive a double lung transplant last month said on Thursday that she woke up a few days later without knowing the operation and unable to “identify …

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The next big coronavirus treatment may produce antibodies

MoneyGram chairman and CEO Alex Holmes believes that digital payments are growing, but cash will exist for a long time. As the world waits for the COVID-19 vaccine to arrive, the next major advancement in the fight against the pandemic may come from biotech therapies widely used to fight cancer and other diseases-antibodies designed specifically to attack this new virus. …

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AIDS survivors see similarities to the AIDS epidemic: NPR

On December 1, 2015, at the World AIDS Day commemoration held at the National AIDS Memorial Park in the United States, Harvey Milk’s name was engraved in the names of AIDS victims. More than 700,000 people died of AIDS in the U.S. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Hide title Switch subtitles Justin Sullivan/Getty Images On December 1, 2015, at the World AIDS …

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Massachusetts health officials report 165 new COVID-19 cases and 10 more deaths

Massachusetts health officials report 165 new COVID-19 cases and 10 more deaths Updated: EDT August 3, 2020 at 5:16 PM The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported another 165 confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday and confirmed 10 new COVID-19-related deaths across the state, increasing the state’s confirmed coronavirus death toll to 8,427. In addition A total of 110,595 cases …

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The number of new COVID-19 cases hospitalized every day in Los Angeles County begins to slow

Los Angeles County health officials expressed cautious optimism on Monday that the community spread of COVID-19 has begun to slow and other key indicators are stabilizing. County Health Bureau Director Barbara Ferrer said on Monday: “We are cautiously optimistic about the pace of resuming the slow spread of COVID-19.” “I want to emphasize this word cautiously. We still see An …

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Engineered bait traps viruses for test-tube research; even with protective measures, medical staff are still at high risk

Nancy Lapid (Reuters)-The following is a brief review of some 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. Open https://graphics.reuters.com/HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/yxmvjqywprz/index.html in an external browser to get Reuters pictures of vaccines and treatments under development. Engineering bait tricks viruses into cells The …

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Los Angeles, Orange County hospitalizations for COVID-19 dropped by double digits

Public health officials said on Sunday that hospitalizations for the coronavirus in Los Angeles and Orange County have declined in the past week, which may indicate that measures to limit the spread of the virus are working. According to the Los Angeles Times’ coronavirus tracker, there were 1,784 confirmed coronavirus patients in Los Angeles County hospitals on Saturday, compared with …

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