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Fauci says COVID-19 is the “most nightmare” of public health officials

Dr. Anthony Fauci, a major infectious disease doctor in the United States, said Thursday that COVID-19 is the “most nightmare” of public health officials. “What is the worst nightmare a public health official might suffer, and what are we most worried about?” Fossi said. “The answer is the same between me and my colleagues: the emergence of respiratory diseases is …

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Another 46 Alaskans tested positive for COVID-19-KTVA 11

news AKDT Thursday, July 9, 2020, 11:53 AM Update: AKDT Thursday, July 9, 2020, 2:32 pm The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported that 46 Alaskans and three other non-residents tested positive for COVID-19. Of the new cases among residents, there are 7 in Fairbanks, 4 in Vassila, 2 in Kenai, 2 in Palmer, 2 in Soldotna, and …

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Everyone wearing a mask can save the U.S. from $1 trillion in GDP

Wearing a mask can not only save lives, but also help people save money. According to an analysis by Goldman Sachs, if the United States requires all Americans to wear masks, that would save the country from a harmful economic blockade, which would reduce GDP by 5%, or about $1 trillion . Individual households will also feel less: economists point …

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Merced County, California launches campaign to curb the spread of coronavirus

Since Mershad County was ordered by the state to close certain business units to curb the increasing number of coronaviruses, on the sixth day of the 21st, public health officials are stepping up efforts to control local cases. County Public Health launched two campaigns on Thursday-“Ready2Open” and “Cover”. The purpose of both is to promote preventive COVID-19 measures among businesses …

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Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan warns of the presence of dangerous pneumonia — RT World News

The Chinese embassy in Kazakhstan has warned citizens of Central Asian countries to be cautious during the outbreak of viral pneumonia, which appears to be more deadly than the new coronavirus. Between Covid-19 and the outbreak of pneumonia, diplomats described Kazakhstan’s health as: “Very serious.” Since the beginning of the year, 1,772 people have died of pneumonia in the country. …

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Research shows that pregnant women can pass coronavirus to fetus

A small study further confirmed that pregnant women infected with coronavirus may be able to transmit it to the fetus. Researchers from Italy said on Thursday that they studied 31 COVID-19 women who gave birth in March and April. They found signs of the virus in several cord bloods, placenta and a case of breast milk. Women should not panic. …

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MT observed a daily high jump record for COVID-19 cases and reported 3 new deaths

Helena—According to the Montana response to COVID-19 tracking maps, Montana health officials reported 96 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, setting a new single-day record. Three more people reportedly died. The new death is related to a nursing facility in Billings. Health officials in Huangshi County reported three new deaths, although one of them will not be reflected in Thursday’s …

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Cayleigh McEnany said CNN’s requirements for hydroxychloroquine are not high

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany hinted in a Thursday briefing that CNN’s report on its hydroxychloroquine has been hypocritical and pointed out that President Trump has been The drug holds the same position, but the media is concerned about a research that has now been debunked. The reporter asked McKinney, a recent study conducted by researchers at the Henry …

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Grand Strand Hospital is ready to respond to any events and coronavirus cases related to bike rally-wpde.com

The Grand Strand Hospital is prepared to respond to any events and coronavirus cases related to bike rally wpde.com Tidelands Hospital may ask the National Guard to help increase the condition of COVID-19 patients. Tidelands Health strives to expand the number of COVID inpatients, thereby rapidly increasing staffing WMBF Tidelands Health seeks manpower assistance from the National Guard wpde.com As …

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How the coronavirus pandemic distorts our perception of time

A new study shows that being blocked during a coronavirus pandemic is affecting people’s perception of the speed of time passing. British study, published in One pass, Found that several factors such as age will affect how people view the passage of time during the lock-up period. Compared with young people, people over the age of 60 say that time …

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