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GE is working to install COVID-19 virus detection sensors in phones

Our phones are an integral part of the fight against COVID-19 through testing and tracking systems that have helped contain the virus in places like South Korea and Taiwan. Scientists are now using smartphones again to identify coronavirus particles on surfaces as an additional line of defense against the pandemic, along with more stable treatments such as vaccines and antiviral …

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No region in the world has been spared viruses and deaths

WARSAW, Poland (AP) – Hospitals in Turkey and Poland are filling up fast. Pakistan restricts domestic travel to limit the growth of coronavirus infections. Even Thailand, which survived the pandemic far better than many countries, is now struggling to keep a new jump on COVID-19. The only exceptions to the deteriorating situation worldwide are countries that have expanded vaccination programs, …

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Daily data for the USA on April 9

One in five Americans has been fully vaccinated, according to the latest data published on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website on Thursday afternoon. One third of the population received at least one dose of Covid-19 vaccine. The United States currently administers a seven-day average dose of 3 million vaccines per day, as the number of cases per …

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Is Oregon ready to open the COVID-19 vaccination gateways on April 19?

Seventy-three days. This is how much earlier every Oregonian aged 16 and over will qualify for the COVID-19 vaccination than originally planned, as a result of President Biden’s statement that each state must fully open its right to participate by April 19. An accelerated schedule could be a boon for some Oregonians who want to be vaccinated. But this is …

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The COVID-19 patient received a lung transplant from living donors

TOKYO – Doctors in Japan announced on Thursday that they had successfully performed the world’s first transplantation of lung tissue from living donors to a patient with severe lung damage from COVID-19. The recipient, identified only as a woman from Japan’s western Kanzai region, is recovering from a nearly 11-hour operation on Wednesday, according to a statement from Kyoto University …

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Why Covid Long Carriers Could Face Money Problems for Life – CNBC

Why Covid Long Carriers Could Fail CNBC Money Problems Can vaccination improve symptoms in people with long-term COVID? Healthline Post figures of the long Covid to show “unspoken suffering”, MPs from The Guardian insist Support for COVID long carriers FOX 5 New York Oregon woman hopes vaccine will help KATU symptoms for long COVID See full coverage in Google News …

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700,000 people are now fully vaccinated in Iowa

NOW. GOOD EVENING. THANK YOU FOR JOINING US THE NEW JOHNSON & JOHNSON COVID-19 VACCINE LAYER PUTS THE BRAKES ON SOME LARGE CLINICS FOR MANY, MANY AND MANY. IT’S A STATIONARY CASE CCI. ORDER TODD MAGEL SHOWS US THAT NOW CAN SCHOOLS VACCINATE THEIR STUDENTS FOR LONGER. VACCINATION OF MORE THAN 30,000 STUDENTS HERE IN THE COUNTRY OF IOWA IS …

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