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Coronavirus cases related to Lansing Veterinary Clinic, many may have been exposed

Lansing, Michigan (WILX)-From June 23 to July 2, at least three people at the Lansing Riverside Animal Hospital tested positive for 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The health department recommends that people who have visited the Lansing Veterinary Clinic on these days pay attention to the symptoms of respiratory diseases and may conduct an examination. People with symptoms (may appear up …

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Williamson County sees a surge in COVID-19 cases in other parts of Tennessee

turn off On Thursday, March 5, 2020, at a press conference on the first confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) held at the Williamson County Public Safety Center in Tennessee, Tennessee, government officials lined up in the front row of the press conference . (Photo: Henry Taylor/”Ye Zhi”) Compared with previous weeks, Williamson County had the highest increase in the number of COVID-19 …

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A rare case of freshwater amoeba found in Hillsboro

Hillsboro County, Florida — The Florida Department of Health has confirmed a case of Negrobacterium Fowleri infection in Florida in Hillsboro County. Coprinus comatus is a microscopic single-cell live amoeba. Amoeba can cause a rare brain infection called primary amoebic meningoencephalitis, which destroys brain tissue and is usually fatal. Amoeba is usually found in warm fresh water, such as lakes, …

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Researchers say mutations in the more infectious coronavirus are the most common strains-Arabic News

Infectious coronavirus mutations are now the most common strain: researchers Arab News Research shows that new coronavirus strains are more infectious, but do not make people sick-Business Insider Business Insider The current strain COVID-19 is more infectious NEWS9 live New evidence shows that D614G can increase the infectivity of COVID-19 virus CGTN Studies confirm that coronavirus mutations spread faster, but …

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TDH: 49,768 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee; 28 new cases of TN | The Guardian

The Tennessee Department of Health reported on Saturday 49,768 confirmed cases and 372 possible COVID-19 cases in the state, an increase of 1,428 cases since last Friday. The health department also announced 612 confirmed deaths, 2,860 hospitalizations and 30,043 rehabilitation. More than 878,000 coronavirus tests have been conducted. On Friday, TDH reported 48,344 confirmed cases and 608 confirmed deaths. There …

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Alaska reports 16th death related to COVID-19, with 55 additional resident and non-resident cases

We are providing coronavirus coverage without subscribing as a public service. But we rely on readers’ support to complete this work. Please consider supporting Alaska’s local news with others for only $3.23 per week. As the Alaskans commemorated Independence Day, the state reported another COVID-19-related death, with 55 cases among residents and non-residents. More detailed information on the Alaska COVID-19 …

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WHO stops trial of two HIV drugs, lopinavir and ritonavir

This photo taken on July 3, 2020 shows a signal from the World Health Organization’s (WHO) headquarters in Geneva, a COVID-19 outbreak caused by a new coronavirus. Fabric coffee The World Health Organization announced on Saturday that after the interim results showed that the drug “reduced or hardly reduced the mortality rate of Covid-19 patients”, it has terminated the combined …

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Virus rules are enforced on this holiday

The Governor of California warned that California County may lose state funds due to the inability to execute sanitary orders because of the surge in coronavirus cases, prompting businesses and beaches to close again until the weekend of July 4. As hospitalization and infection rates have risen, Governor Gavin Newsom has ordered the closure of bars, indoor restaurants, dining areas …

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Scientists challenge the risk of coronavirus aerosols

The pandemic has killed six months and killed more than six million people. More than 200 scientists from all over the world are challenging official opinions about how the coronavirus spreads. The World Health Organization and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention believe that you only need to worry about two modes of transmission: inhalation of respiratory droplets …

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