Coronavirus pandemic

What’s behind the “worrying” spike in coronavirus cases in Europe

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Several European countries are on alert due to a dramatic increase in the number of new coronavirus infections. What are the reasons? Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, the United Kingdom, and several other European countries are on alert due to a drastic increase in the number of new coronavirus infections. According to data collected on August …

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What is known about the first production and distribution plan for the COVID-19 vaccine in Latin America

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[ad_1] The tests showed that it generates antibodies and so-called T cells that can fight the coronavirus. It remains to prove its effectiveness against the virus in the next phase This Wednesday, Mexico and Argentina announced that they will produce and distribute the covid-19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford in partnership with the …

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Sputnik V: Doubts about the vaccine approved in Russia by the Putin government against the coronavirus

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[ad_1] Russia became the first country to authorize the use of a COVID-19 vaccine, but it has not yet been massively tested in humans Vladimir Putin managed to make headlines around the world on Tuesday by announcing that Russia became the first country to authorize a vaccine against COVID-19. Under the name of Sputnik V, …

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CDC Report: Latino and African American Children Most Affected by COVID-19

Reporte de CDC: Niños latinos y afroamericanos son los más afectados por COVID-19

[ad_1] One third of children with COVID-19 require hospital care. And Hispanic children are the most affected of them Hispanic children are at higher risk of becoming ill with COVID-19. Photo: Aurelia Ventura / Impremedia / La Opinion Racial disparities in America’s coronavirus epidemic extend to children, according to two sobering government reports released on …

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United States: There are more people with COVID-19 in hospitals than ever before and many more die

Estados Unidos: Hay más personas con COVID-19 que nunca antes en hospitales y muchas más mueren

[ad_1] With daily cases, hospitalizations and deaths on the rise, the coronavirus pandemic is accelerating in the United States, says Covid Tracking Project. More Americans are hospitalized with COVID-19 today than at any previous point in the pandemic, a grim milestone indicating that the coronavirus is not slowing down in the United States. On July …

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How unlocking the secrets of bat immunity can help us fight coronavirus

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[ad_1] After sequencing the genome of various species of bats, scientists are hopeful that they will open the way to a treatment for this and future pandemics Did you know that bats can live up to 40 years? Photo: Huw Evans picture agency The exceptional immunity of bats allows them to live with the coronavirus …

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The actual number of COVID-19 cases in the US is 10 times more than previously thought

The actual number of COVID-19 cases in the US is 10 times more than previously thought

[ad_1] A study of the number of people with antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 in 10 metropolitan areas showed that the estimate of # COVID19 cases in 7 of the 10 studied areas was 10 times higher A vigil for the nurses who died of COVID-19 was held in Washington, DC. Photo: Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images …

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Coronavirus tests: 3 false facts about the test to detect covid-19 circulating on the Internet (and how science denies them)

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[ad_1] Social media posts have falsely disseminated that the COVID-19 swab or swab test can harm the brain. Specialists explain why that is highly unlikely Can covid-19 testing swab damage the brain? Without any basis, some social media posts speak of a alleged breakdown of the “blood brain barrier” when taking tissue samples in a …

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Coronavirus and Flu: Alert to Continuing Vaccination Against Influenza in the United States

Coronavirus and Flu: Alert to Continuing Vaccination Against Influenza in the United States

[ad_1] A combination of COVID-19 and the flu can be very dangerous. A health expert recommends getting a flu shot The influenza vaccine is the best option to protect yourself. Photo: Aurelia Ventura / Impremedia / La Opinion CLEVELAND, Ohio – The application of the influenza vaccine is essential “now more than ever” in the …

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More cases of broken heart syndrome reported during the COVID-19 pandemic in the US

More cases of broken heart syndrome reported during the COVID-19 pandemic in the US

[ad_1] “Broken heart syndrome” or stress heart disease is related to intense emotional or physical stress CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cases of stress cardiomyopathy, also known as “broken heart syndrome” and a form of heart attack, have experienced an increase in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study released this Thursday. The research, …

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