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Fewer coronavirus patients could lead to larger gatherings in Austin, officials say – News – Austin-US statesman

As the incidence of coronavirus in Travis County continues to decline, social removal orders can be eased just in time to enjoy cooler fall conditions with friends. Mayor Steve Adler first considered possible changes to social distancing orders during a virtual public briefing Monday night. Adler said that once Travis County’s seven-day moving average drops to 10 new hospitalizations, health …

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Highlights from the virtual annual meeting of NAMS 2020

In this video, senior editor Angie Derosa interviewed Dr. Nanet Santoro, chair of the Scientific Program Committee for the Virtual Annual Meeting of the North American Menopause Society (NAMS). Dr. Santoro emphasizes only part of the content of the scientific program, including cardiovascular disease, the effect of menopause on vasomotor symptoms; genitourinary menopausal syndrome; and menopausal hormones, including a look …

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How to use non-verbal communication while wearing a face mask

Photo: Mongkolhon Akesin (Shutterstock) Although we already are after several months of publicly wearing face masks, some aspects remain a challenge. Beyond the facts that they are the UNcomfortable and politically divisive, face masks also make communication difficult. Sometimes we talk to someone who doesn’t understand us clearly, and many people instinctively pull off their masks to repeat themselves. Do …

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In violation of all standards, Russia plans to publish early data on the COVID-19 vaccine

Zoom in / MOSCOW, RUSSIA – AUGUST 14, 2020: Alexander Ginzburg, director of the Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology of the Russian Ministry of Health, which produces a vaccine against COVID-19. Covid-19 coating See more stories The best Russian researcher behind the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, protected by the pre-test vaccine, said he planned to publish data from …

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Cats shed more than dogs. The coronavirus, not the fur.

Also, outside the laboratory, the infection depends mainly on the respiration of viral particles by an infected person, and normal contact does not necessarily become an infection for animals. In the laboratory, ferrets have been shown to be susceptible to virus infection and spread to other ferrets. But Tufts scientists say in a paper yet to be reviewed that in …

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10 infected, 3 hospitalized in Columbus helped live COVID-19 epidemic

COLUMBUS – A total of 10 cases of COVID-19 have been found at the Meadowlark support facility in Columbus, according to a press release Tuesday from Public Health County County. The cases were first confirmed on September 23. Employees and residents were infected and three residents were hospitalized, the statement said. The facility will not allow quarantine visitors and contact …

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