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Houston study: More infectious strains of coronavirus now dominate

Researchers at Houston Methodist Hospital said Wednesday that the first study analyzed the structure of the new coronavirus from two waves of infection in a major city and found that the more infectious strain dominated the most recent samples. They examined the virus recovered from Houston (a multi-ethnic city of 7 million ethnicities) at the beginning of the pandemic and …

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COVID-19 cases surge, Canada is at a “crossroads”

Health officials warned on Monday that COVID-19 infections in Canada have surged and that if people do not take strict precautions, they may rise to levels above the levels during the first wave of the pandemic. File picture: People wait in line at the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) testing facility at the Women’s College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on September 18, …

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A little debate about plasma is good for science

So far, many people have heard the debate about restorative plasma as an effective treatment for Covid-19. The FDA issued an emergency use authorization on August 23, stating that restorative plasma extracted from the blood of recovered patients “may be effective” for hospitalized patients and can be used in current emergency situations. The agency does not fully approve or permit …

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Coronavirus in the United States: With the increase in new Covid-19 cases reported in 22 states, the head of the CDC stated that more than 90% of Americans are still vulnerable to the virus

Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, addressed the Senate Health Committee this week, saying that preliminary results from the agency’s first round of research show that more than 90% of the population is susceptible. The United States continues to maintain the world’s leading position in the number of deaths and infections, and experts now …

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Research shows that dengue fever may have some immunity to Covid-19-World

A new study analyzing the coronavirus outbreak in Brazil found a link between the spread of the virus and past dengue outbreaks, suggesting that exposure to mosquito-borne diseases may provide a certain level of immunity against Covid-19. The unpublished research led by Professor Miguel Nicolelis of Duke University is only related to Reuters, Compared the geographical distribution of coronavirus cases …

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Coronavirus: 6 months later-ABC News

Coronavirus: ABC News in 6 months Hidalgo County has reported 25 coronavirus-related deaths and 164 new cases of KRGV The death toll from Covid-19 in Texas exceeds 15,000; 500 of them are in El Paso, KVIA El Paso Hidalgo County virus death toll reaches 1,588 monitors Where did the 200,000 COVID-19 victims die? Increasing population in small towns: shootings-Health News …

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Asbury Eagles Club temporarily closed after customers tested positive for COVID-19 | Coronavirus

Asbury, Iowa-After learning that customers of the facility have tested positive for COVID-19, the Asbury Eagles Club will be closed until Friday, September 25. Online announcements indicate that the closure of the plant allowed employees to clean and disinfect the facility at 5900 Saratoga Road, 10. The article below the ad continues It noted that customers who tested positive did …

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