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The study proposes a coronavirus blocking strategy of 50 days and 30 days

A pedestrian walks past closed shops on an empty Regen Street in London on April 2, 2020, while life in Britain continues during the nationwide lockdown on the coronavirus pandemic. Tolga Akmen Fifty days of strict blockades, followed by 30 days of mitigation, could be an effective strategy to reduce the death of Covid-19 while ensuring some level of economic …

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Can wearing a mask for long periods is harmful to health?

Could the requirement to wear masks in a public place to prevent the spread of coronavirus cause more harm than good to human health? A retired neurosurgeon believes this, citing studies that have found that wearing masks for long periods of time can cause serious side effects. In an article published by Technocracy News, Dr. Russell Blaylock wrote that the …

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The United States is building an army of contact

From the end of April, Jana De Brauwere added a new routine to her work schedule from home. For four hours a day, four days a week, she calls strangers, asks if they are experiencing symptoms of the new coronavirus, and suggests next steps, if any. De Brouere, a 44-year-old library manager at the library’s main branch in San Francisco, …

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Kenya turns to HIV for answers to the pandemic: The standard

Health scienceKAVI is among several institutions exploring the possibility of a vaccine against Covid-19. Kenya has approached local institutions with experience in HIV vaccines to address the unfolding Covid-19 crisis. The Institute for Prima Research (IPR), a public agency, and the AIDS Vaccination Initiative in Kenya (KAVI) at the University of Nairobi have more than 30 years of experience in …

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Second deadliest wave of coronavirus “to hit Europe this winter”

European countries must prepare for a deadly second wave of coronavirus infections because the pandemic is not over, said the best official of the World Health Organization in Europe. In an exclusive interview with The Telegraph, Dr. Hans Kluge, director of the WHO’s European Region, issued a stern warning to countries that are beginning to ease their lock restrictions, saying …

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“COVID toes”, other rashes, last possible rare signs of viruses

Dermatologists suddenly look at a lot of fingers – whether through an email photo or a video visit – as concern grows that for some people, a sign of COVID-19 may pop up in an unusual place. Boston dermatologist Esther Freeman expected to notice skin complaints as the pandemic unfolded – different types of rashes appear when people get a …

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Home service orders have been effective, the next few weeks will be “critical”, says the expert – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Home stay orders and social distancing measures in Tarrant County helped slow the spread of the new coronavirus. The next few weeks will be “critical” in determining whether the relaxed restrictions will cause a jump in cases, according to the latest report from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. “The data I really want to look at would …

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