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Coronavirus expert Peter Hotez: “We must intervene immediately.”

With the extension of COVID-19’s lifespan, Dr. Peter Hotez, a coronavirus vaccine researcher, has become more and more familiar, and has frequently appeared in the reports of the Chronicle and in the National Cable News Channel. He was an exhausted expert, and he explained clearly (and more enthusiastically) the scientific principles of viruses and the knowledge that people need to …

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“There is a cocktail out there that can solve this problem”: In an exploration led by UCSF, exploiting the weakness of coronavirus

How exactly do coronavirus hijack and reprogram human cells to cause disease and kill? This issue has troubled Nevan Krogan since February, when the UCSF virus expert and his colleagues realized that before many people, the situation in the United States would soon become very bad. Since then, this problem has become more urgent. In the past four months, Krogan …

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Due to concerns about coronavirus, Miami Dade Beach will close the beach on July 4th

Officials in Miami-Dade County, Florida announced Friday that the county will close the beach on the fourth weekend of July. Amit worried that the rally would trigger further coronavirus outbreaks. County magistrate Carlos Gimenez announced that he was signing an emergency order requesting that the beach be closed from Friday to Tuesday. BREAKING: Beach @MiamiDadeCounty Due to concerns about social …

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Coronavirus real-time update: NPR

The tubers are ready to float on the Comer River in New Braunfels, Texas on Thursday. Texas Governor Greg Abbott said on Wednesday that the state is facing a “massive outbreak” of coronaviruses and may need some new local restrictions to preserve the hospitalization space for new patients. Eric Gay/Associated Press Hide title Switch subtitles Eric Gay/Associated Press The tubers …

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In Norway, athletes avoid the virus retreating and becoming infected

Like many countries, Norway ordered the closure of all stadiums in March to prevent the spread of coronavirus. But unlike any other country, Norway has funded a rigorous study to determine whether the shutdown is really necessary. Obviously, this is the first and only randomized trial to test whether people who exercise in the gym are at higher risk of …

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According to reports, 18 members of North Texas families tested positive for coronavirus after a birthday party

WFAA-TV (channel 8) reported that after a surprise birthday party in late May, members of 18 families in North Texas tested positive for COVID-19. One of them went to the party without knowing that he was infected with the virus, resulting in the infection of seven relatives. The WFAA reported that the seven people subsequently became ill and spread the …

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Research confirms key symptoms that need attention in COVID-19 cases

A new large-scale review confirmed some of the main symptoms associated with COVID-19, including persistent cough, fever, and odor disappearance. This new review conducted by researchers from the University of Leeds and four other universities in the UK is one of the largest reviews to date of investigating COVID-19 symptoms, including data from 148 independent studies. The researchers obtained data …

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New York City reports no protest-related disturbances in Covid-19

Protesters believe that if the community spreads, it may be due to the actions of the police. For example, officials of the New York Police Department did not wear masks, arrested, pushed and beat the protesters. | Spencer Platt/Getty Images New York City has not reported an increase in Covid-19 cases, and many people worry that this is due to …

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How to make a coronavirus vaccine: Scientists pursue old and new technologies: lenses

A laboratory technician prepares a candidate for a dose of COVID-19 vaccine and is preparing to conduct trials in May 2020. Mladen Antonov/AFP via Getty Images Hide title Switch subtitles Mladen Antonov/AFP via Getty Images A laboratory technician prepares a candidate for a dose of COVID-19 vaccine and is preparing to conduct trials in May 2020. Mladen Antonov/AFP via Getty …

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