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São Paulo, Brazil, is likely to start COVID-19 immunization in December

Eduardo Simões (Eduardo Simões) São Paulo (Reuters)-The governor of the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, João Doria, said on Wednesday that the state may begin using China’s Sinovac vaccine to vaccinate the COVID-19 vaccine in mid-December, pending regulatory approval. Brazil has the third highest number of coronavirus cases in the world, causing vaccine manufacturers to look for the largest country …

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The long-term neurological consequences of COVID-19: “silent waves”

Is the world prepared for a series of neurological consequences that may be happening due to the following reasons? Coronavirus disease? This question is at the forefront of ongoing research at the Flory Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health. A team of neuroscientists and clinicians are studying the potential link between COVID-19 and the increased risk of Parkinson’s disease and …

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You need to understand the shooting of the high-dose flu vaccine this season

As the healthcare system prepares to deal with COVID-19, influenza and other respiratory viruses, Canadians continue to hear about the importance of flu vaccination this year, but everyone should consider getting vaccinated as soon as possible. Jaspreet Chager, Senior Manager of Pharmacy Innovation at Pharmasave East, said: “The sooner it is delivered to the patient, the better for the patient” …

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More infectious strains of coronavirus now dominate

Houston study: More infectious strains of coronavirus now dominate Healthcare and pharmaceuticals Deena Beasley 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 more infectious strains dominated the most recent samples. File photo: Methodist Hospital in a group photo …

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The state reported more than 1,700 cases on Wednesday

turn off Wisconsin reported its highest daily number of coronavirus cases on Wednesday, at more than 1,700. The three days with higher counts all arrived within the last week. For most of September, as the university reopened, the state has struggled to deal with the rapidly increasing number of cases, especially among young people. Cases of every age group and …

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More infectious strains of coronavirus now dominate

Houston study: More infectious strains of coronavirus now dominate A man wearing a protective mask walks past the virus illustration outside the Regional Science Center because the city and surrounding areas are facing local restrictions to avoid the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Alder, UK on August 3, 2020 Ham. REUTERS/ Phil Noble / Files World news Deena Beasley …

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If COVID rates continue to climb, experts warn that “time will not be too long” and then personally stop schooling – WCCO

Minneapolis (WCCO) —For ninth grader Michael Barry, it is as simple as playing video games with friends this summer, so he got a positive result for COVID-19 on August 6. “After a week, I started to have a sore throat and some symptoms,” Barry said. “I’m really tired, I’m super tired during the day, and I have a headache when …

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Brain imaging studies show that Parkinson’s disease may actually be the combination of two diseases

Parkinson’s disease is traditionally understood as a neurodegenerative disease that starts in the brain. Although this may be correct in some cases, more and more evidence suggests that this disease is actually two diseases, with a variation starting in the intestine. In a new brain imaging study, researchers found that in some Parkinson’s patients, the damage to the nervous system …

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