Médecine

Another COVID-19 death; 35 more positive cases, says Health Ministry

Another COVID-19 death; 35 more positive cases, says Health Ministry A county with a COVID-19 rate over 25 cases per 100,000 people is considered critical, which is signified on the state map with the color red. One resident has died and most nursing staff have also tested positive for the virus. The provincial health officer advised those planning weddings to instead consider holding a civil ceremony only, and to not take offence if people decline wedding invi... [Full Article...]

FDA approves remdesivir to treat Covid-19

FDA approves remdesivir to treat Covid-19 Andre Kalil, professor of internal medicine at University of Nebraska Medical Center who was among the first to treat patients from the Diamond Princess Cruise ship with remdesivir and runs one of the drug's clinical trials. The drug also has not been proven to significantly help moderately-ill patients, and many doctors remain wary of using it in patients with less severe illness. [Full Article...]

Trump Criticizes '60 Minutes' Host Stahl, Threatens Interview Release

Trump Criticizes '60 Minutes' Host Stahl, Threatens Interview Release CBS News had said the White House had agreed to tape the interview but only use the tape for its archives. " 60 Minutes " will have the last word. Biden says the commissions charge would go well beyond packing. The two also clashed over the media's lack of coverage about Hunter Biden's business dealings and told Stahl she " discredited herself". [Full Article...]

UNICEF Stockpiles Syringes in Preparation for COVID-19 Vaccine

UNICEF Stockpiles Syringes in Preparation for COVID-19 Vaccine In September, Dr Reddy's partnered with RDIF for conducting trials and supply of Sputnik V vaccine in India. Hundreds of potential coronavirus vaccines are in various stages of development around the world, with shots developed in Russian Federation and China already being deployed before full efficacy trials have been done, and front-runners from Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca likely to have... [Full Article...]

United Kingdom to infect volunteers in COVID-19 vaccine trial

United Kingdom to infect volunteers in COVID-19 vaccine trial Now, there are signs AstraZeneca may soon be able to resume the US clinical trial. In July, the country authorised the emergency use of three vaccines developed by local firms China National Biotec Group Co. Before any research begins, the study must be approved by ethics committees and regulators. They will be compensated for their participation, but regulators will want to ensure that the ... [Full Article...]

SoHum Health Now Offering Drive-up Flu Shots - Redheaded Blackbelt

SoHum Health Now Offering Drive-up Flu Shots - Redheaded Blackbelt It is possible to get the flu and the novel coronavirus at the same time. "A false claim that flu vaccines increase the odds of contracting COVID-19 was promoted on social media, based on an erroneous interpretation of a 2019 military study that examined whether individuals who received flu vaccinations are more susceptible to other viruses". [Full Article...]

10 dead after all residents of Kansas nursing home contract coronavirus

10 dead after all residents of Kansas nursing home contract coronavirus The health department said that the remaining stricken residents were being quarantined in their rooms to prevent further spread of the virus. Several staff members have also tested positive, and others are awaiting results, according to a Norton County Health Department and Home Health press release . [Full Article...]

Brunswick council OKs trick-or-treating, encourages health and safety measures

Brunswick council OKs trick-or-treating, encourages health and safety measures Public Health Sudbury and Districts (PHSD) hasn't taken a firm stand on whether to support or shoot down a traditional Halloween evening other than encouraging families to celebrate safely. 31. That way children who are trick-or-treating don't have to get close to the residents to get candy. When preparing goodie bags it is recommended to wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 sec... [Full Article...]

Trump abruptly ends interview that says it is "false and biased"

Trump abruptly ends interview that says it is During a rally Tuesday in Erie, Pa., in-between comments on his crowd sizes and fracking, Trump sneaked in a non sequitur about the interview. He also refused to film a "walk and talk" scene for the program. Minutes before CNN published its report on Tuesday afternoon, Trump posted an ominous tweet featuring a short video clip of Stahl not wearing a mask while visiting the White House a... [Full Article...]

Twitter Removes Tweet from Top Trump Coronavirus Adviser Saying Masks Don’t Work

Twitter Removes Tweet from Top Trump Coronavirus Adviser Saying Masks Don’t Work On Sunday, Twitter took down the tweet and replaced it with a note saying "This Tweet is no longer available", along with a link to Twitter's rules and policies explaining why the company removes or limits certain posts that spread misinformation. [Full Article...]

COVID-19: Ontario reports 821 new cases, 79 new cases in Ottawa

COVID-19: Ontario reports 821 new cases, 79 new cases in Ottawa Wednesday is also seeing a 14.5 per cent increase in resolved cases compared to the day before with 719. Ontario reported 121 new school-related COVID-19 cases, 75 are students, 22 are staff and 24 have not been identified. There are now three active cases on the Island. Children in Ontario's four COVID-19 hot spots should not go trick-or-treating this Halloween says Premier Doug Ford, str... [Full Article...]

COVID-19: Canada nearing 200,000 confirmed cases, cases spike in Europe

COVID-19: Canada nearing 200,000 confirmed cases, cases spike in Europe There have been 1,269 new Covid-19 cases in the Republic of Ireland, the Department of Health confirmed today. "This gives health department officials more time to input data and assess its accuracy". There were 218 new cases reported in Mecklenburg, up from 138 new cases yesterday. 97 Lycoming County residents tested negative in the last 48 hours. [Full Article...]

Covid 19 coronavirus: United Kingdom to infect healthy volunteers in vaccine research trial

Covid 19 coronavirus: United Kingdom to infect healthy volunteers in vaccine research trial The UK government said on Tuesday that it will invest 33.6 million British pounds ($43.5m) in the Human Challenge Programme in partnership with Imperial College London, laboratory and trial services company hVIVO , and the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust . [Full Article...]

Mainland China reports 19 new COVID-19 cases

Mainland China reports 19 new COVID-19 cases The report highlights the importance of working together with our national and regional partners to tackle COVID-19. Aged 72, he is the oldest convalescent plasma donor in England. A new study has been done by experts from the American Society for Microbiology. In one of the videos, a number of COVID-19 patients with masks on their faces are seen performing garba along with health workers wearin... [Full Article...]

Columbus City Schools Will Remain In Remote Learning Until January 15

Columbus City Schools Will Remain In Remote Learning Until January 15 They were accompanied by the Crisis Communication Committee comprising members of the school's Board of Management, the school's administration, its Health and Safety Committee and the Parent Teachers Association (PTA). The district will reevaluate plans to return to hybrid learning in December as the second half of the school year approaches in January, Dixon said. [Full Article...]

US Presidential Debate Set For Thursday With New Rules in Place

US Presidential Debate Set For Thursday With New Rules in Place On Monday, the president's camp sent a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates calling for topics to be adjusted for the final primetime duel this Thursday. Mr. Trump had balked at its proposal for a virtual format after he tested positive for COVID-19 several days after the September 29 debate. "You sit behind a computer and do a debate - it's ridiculous, and then they cut you off wh... [Full Article...]

Manitoba records 85 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday

Manitoba records 85 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday Any person concerned about their exposure to or risk of having COVID-19 no longer has to call Health Links - Info Santé to be screened for a test. "What is certain, is that our response requires a collective effort". 25 cases in the Winnipeg health region. Toronto, Peel Region and Ottawa were placed under similar restrictions amid rising cases a week ago. As of Friday, an average of 2,310 ca... [Full Article...]

Irishman linked to 56 coronavirus cases after not isolating following trip overseas

Irishman linked to 56 coronavirus cases after not isolating following trip overseas Dr Mannix reports that the patient experienced mild symptoms but no temperature, and went out to socialise with friends. Countries like Britain, France have reimposed strong measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 as the fear of rising cases putting stress on the medical system grows. [Full Article...]

MN Reports 17 More COVID-19 Deaths, 3 in Local Counties

MN Reports 17 More COVID-19 Deaths, 3 in Local Counties In the period of September 5 to October 16, Ottawa Public Health reported 2,877 new laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa. 35 cases have been reported at Manatee County correctional facilities. Of Sunday's 501 cases, 396 are confirmed. The number of males infected is 5,765 compared to 6,512 females with 122 unidentified. The COVID-19 data released on Sundays are often lower due to... [Full Article...]

Cabinet ministers request emergency debate over Nova Scotia treaty dispute

Cabinet ministers request emergency debate over Nova Scotia treaty dispute The incident happened on Wednesday outside a lobster facility in New Edinburgh. More RCMP sent to N.S. . In addition to the new RCMP deployment on the ground, Sack said that he hopes there is increased enforcement on the water. A Supreme Court decision in 1999, known as the Marshall decision , ruled that Mi'kmaq people had an inherent right to fish outside of the commercial season for food o... [Full Article...]


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