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Sewage can provide early warnings of coronavirus outbreaks: NPR

The Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant in Auckland, California. Researchers at Stanford University are testing the sewer in hopes of tracking the outbreak and spread of COVID-19 outbreaks. Justin Sullivan / Getty Image hide caption switch inscription Justin Sullivan / Getty Image The Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant in Auckland, California. Researchers at Stanford University are testing the sewer in hopes of …

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Ancient DNA reveals the constant power of the early people of the Andes

Machu Picchu was built by the Incas, one of several cultures that settled in the Central Andes for thousands of years. Matthew Kasapin By Elizabeth PenisMaybe. 7, 2020, 12:00 p.m. Some of the world’s most famous and carefully studied archeological sites drink the hills of the Central Andes, documenting the invention of agriculture and the rise and fall of powerful …

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Hydroxychloroquine fails to help hospitalized coronavirus patients in a US-funded study

On February 26, 2020, the medical staff showed packages of Nivaquine, tablets containing chloroquine and Plaqueril, tablets containing hydroxychloroquine, drugs that showed signs of effectiveness against coronavirus. Gerard Julien AFP | Get the picture Hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malarial drug advertised by President Donald Trump, does not appear to help hospitalized patients with Covid-19, according to a new observational study published Thursday …

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The FDA is pulling approval for dozens of mask makers in China

Federal officials withdrew approval for more than 60 manufacturers in China to export N95-style masks to the United States after finding that they believed a large number of low-quality products from those companies. The Food and Drug Administration said on Thursday that it had reduced the number of mask makers in China approved to make N95-style masks for use in …

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South Carolina exceeds 300 deaths

Staff, news from Greenville & Independent Mail Posted 5:39 pm ET ET May 6, 2020 | Updated 5:59 AM ET ET May 7, 2020 CLOSE Automatic execution Show thumbnails Show captions Last slide next slide Note: The coronavirus epidemic is a rapidly evolving event and this story contains information that was updated only during May 6, 2020, Some of the …

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Coronavirus in the UK: Black people are four times more likely to die from Covid-19 than white people, ONS figures show

The Office for National Statistics report found that black women (identified by the study as Black Caribbean, Black African, and Black others) were 4.3 times more likely to die with Covid-19 than white women, while black men were 4, 2 more likely to die. , Bangladesh, Pakistani, Indian and mixed ethnic groups also had a “statistically significant increased risk of …

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More children hospitalized in New York with symptoms consistent with Kawasaki’s disease; may be related to coronavirus

On Wednesday, officials reported the number of children hospitalized in New York with symptoms consistent with a rare disease, possibly related to coronavirus nearly tripled to 64. Health officials said the disease had characteristics of Kawasaki Disease, a serious illness previously reported in children with COVID-19 in the United Kingdom. “Pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome, recently reported by UK authorities, is …

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Life in the aftermath of South Korea’s closure

South Korea ended its rigorous social distance policy on Wednesday after stopping the spread of a coronavirus. But even though sports lovers will soon be allowed to return to the stadiums, and as museums and libraries begin to open, life remains far from normal. Thermal scanners in theme parks, shopping for makeup masks and constantly tracking people’s locations through credit …

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A Seed Wave Journey from the USA to New York

Coronavirus infection in New York has grown so much by early March that the city has become a major source of new infections in the United States, new studies reveal, as thousands of infected people travel from the city and plant fires across the country. The study shows that a wave of infections swept New York across much of the …

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