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Olivier Véran prévient : "La deuxième vague n’est pas une abstraction"

Olivier Véran prévient : La deuxième vague est "brutale" et " se propage rapidement ", a ajouté le numéro deux du ministère, Jérôme Salomon. M. Attal n'a fait aucune annonce, renvoyant à la conférence de presse hebdomadaire du gouvernement jeudi. Dans un entretien à l'AFP, le directeur de la branche européenne de l'Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS) Hans Kluge, a appelé lui à garder les écoles ouvertes "jusqu'au bo... [Full Article...]

Denmark to Hunt Down 17 Million Minks After COVID-19 Mutation

Denmark to Hunt Down 17 Million Minks After COVID-19 Mutation She said continuing to breed mink during the pandemic "entails a significant risk to public health" and that Denmark has a responsibility to prevent a mutated coronavirus from spreading to other countries. At a press conference the Prime Minister said: 'We have a great responsibility towards our own population, but with the mutation that has now been found, we have an even greater responsibility f... [Full Article...]

OR reports almost 600 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases

OR reports almost 600 new, confirmed COVID-19 cases Nine states reported record one-day increases in cases on Wednesday: Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wisconsin. He also let county leaders decide if they wanted to reopen bars at 50% capacity. However, the cases mean that the total overall figure in the county to at least 851. [Full Article...]

COVID-19: 12 New Deaths, 160 New Confirmed Cases in Wyoming

COVID-19: 12 New Deaths, 160 New Confirmed Cases in Wyoming Only 339 of the monitored health care workers ended up reporting COVID-19 symptoms, and only 13 reported working while symptomatic. "If you do become ill and show signs of COVID-19, do become tested". Laramie County saw 28 new cases, bringing its total to 617 while Natrona County added 11 cases for a total of 614. The highest number of cases are in the 18-49 age range at 147. [Full Article...]

First Canadian case of rare H1N2 influenza virus reported in central Alberta

First Canadian case of rare H1N2 influenza virus reported in central Alberta H1N2 is known to occur in pigs around the world and is caused by the type A influenza virus. "Only about three per cent of the active cases in Alberta have been acquired through travel", said Premier Jason Kenney . They're also working with the Public Health Agency of Canada and other national partners. Canada's first case of H1N2 influenza has been confirmed in central Alberta. [Full Article...]

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trial results due this year, trial chief says

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trial results due this year, trial chief says CEPI has previously deployed vast sums of money in search of a COVID-19 vaccine through partnerships with drug developers including Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc, Moderna Inc, and Novavax Inc . Kate Bingham, chair of the UK Vaccine Task Force, recently wrote in The Lancet: "We do not know that we will ever have a vaccine". Sir Simon said: "In many parts of the country we're now seeing more coro... [Full Article...]

New coronavirus cases pop up at Oswego nursing home, SUNY Oswego

New coronavirus cases pop up at Oswego nursing home, SUNY Oswego Jim Shames. There are now 260 people in mandatory quarantine and 52 active cases in the county. Officials also said 32 new deaths were reported, making 159 in the past seven days. To date, the state has announced 214,871 cases of covid-19, with 204,363 of them having been confirmed via PCR tests - for a positivity rate of 7.99%. [Full Article...]

Rexall pharmacies temporarily pause flu shot program due to supply issues

Rexall pharmacies temporarily pause flu shot program due to supply issues In a statement provided to CP24 on Monday, Rexall said that it has "communicated to customers and patients that flu shots have been temporarily paused due to supply issues". "The appointments were booked in access of the allocation they were to receive". South Korea's health authorities decided on October 26 to continue its flu vaccination program across the country as the suspected deaths after... [Full Article...]

How to vote if you've been exposed to COVID: CDC

How to vote if you've been exposed to COVID: CDC The recorded cases were higher than in any other week during the pandemic, according to NBC News . While some reports have claimed that cold weather can increase the spread of the deadly Covid-19 virus, a new study by an Indian-origin scientist reveals that hot or cold - weather alone has no significant effect on Covid-19 spread. [Full Article...]

La campagne nationale de prévention démarre — Grippe saisonnière

La campagne nationale de prévention démarre — Grippe saisonnière Il rappelle notamment que la vaccination est le moyen " le plus efficace " de se prémunir des complications de cette grippe. "Cette vaccination est aussi fortement recommandée chez les professionnels de santé car elle permet, en plus de la protection individuelle de ces derniers et de leur entourage familial et professionnel, la prévention de la transmission de la maladie aux patients admis da... [Full Article...]

Covid warning: cases fall but don't let go of your guard

Covid warning: cases fall but don't let go of your guard Ireland is making progress in the fight against Covid-19 but it is too early to ease efforts to suppress the virus, the chief medical officer has said. "The incidence is decreasing in young adults but it continues to rise in those aged over 75". While this is the lowest 14-day incidence rate in weeks, 11 counties were still above this national average, with Cavan the worst affected, at 590.7 ... [Full Article...]

Carlow Covid rate above national average

Carlow Covid rate above national average Mkhize added of the 135 deaths, eight were reported between 24 and 48 hours ago, including one in the Eastern Cape, one in the Free State, three in Gauteng and three in the Western Cape. The total of 24,866 surpasses that of the previous record month of April when there were 17,377 recorded cases. The national 14-day incidence rate of the virus per 100,000 people is now 248. [Full Article...]

Buildings in Downtown Washington Boarded Up Amid Concerns of Election Unrest

Buildings in Downtown Washington Boarded Up Amid Concerns of Election Unrest Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . NBC reported that federal authorities were to erect fencing around the White House on November 2. Trump later claimed he was not familiar with the group. Protests devolving into violence in the Trump era is no new thing. The results of the election, which are likely to come some time after Election Day due to an unprecedented number of... [Full Article...]

Coronavirus: Five further deaths and 416 new cases in Ireland

There has been one new COVID-19-related death, for a total of 263 deaths in British Columbia. There are 41 Covid-19 patients in intensive care, with 26 on ventilators. The region's rate has not dropped below 8% since mitigations went into effect, so restrictions will remain until otherwise stated by the IDPH. Albany County has the most cases of any county in the state with 1,356 confirmed ca... [Full Article...]

Coronavirus: 5 deaths and 416 new cases reported today

Coronavirus: 5 deaths and 416 new cases reported today More than 1.9 million coronavirus tests have been administered across the state thus far in the pandemic, including 6,945 tests reported to DHEC Wednesday. Sheridan County has experienced 5 deaths related to the virus. Most of B.C.'s confirmed cases have been located in the Lower Mainland. There are 8,812 deaths attributed to COVID-19, an increase of 28 new deaths reported. [Full Article...]

Study finds over 80 percent of COVID-19 patients vitamin D deficient

Study finds over 80 percent of COVID-19 patients vitamin D deficient Hernández, PhD, in the press release. "Our findings reveal a previously unreported subset of patients with long-standing skin symptoms from COVID-19, in particular those with COVID toes". However, the group that took the supplements had a "slightly minor unfavorable" compared to those who didn't receive them - experiencing poorer oxygenation levels, requiring more medication to help with infla... [Full Article...]

Coronavirus: UK records 23000 more confirmed COVID cases - latest govt figures

Coronavirus: UK records 23000 more confirmed COVID cases - latest govt figures Non-essential shops , leisure and entertainment venues will all be closed and pubs, bars , restaurants must close except for takeaway and delivery services. Mr Johnson said overrunning of the NHS would be a "medical and moral disaster, beyond the raw loss of life". Keir Starmer, the leader of the main opposition Labour party who last month backed the circuit-breaker, said the delay meant th... [Full Article...]

US Breaks Global Daily Coronavirus Record With Nearly 100000 New Cases

US Breaks Global Daily Coronavirus Record With Nearly 100000 New Cases The country has recorded more than 9.1 million infections and 230,548 deaths during the pandemic, according to JHU. It is the fifth time since October a new record for daily cases was set . Public gatherings will also be limited to 10 people maximum. A high number of cases were reported from Iowa, Kentucky, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Montana, Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvani... [Full Article...]

United Kingdom confirmed COVID-19 cases surge past one million mark

United Kingdom confirmed COVID-19 cases surge past one million mark Almost 50 percent of the patients in the study reported having COVID toes and about 16 percent of them needed treatment for the condition. Studies conducted by the International League of Dermatological Societies and the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) found patients with the virus had pernio-like inflammation on their feet. [Full Article...]

Pubs restaurants to close England Coronavirus lockdown furlough job retention scheme extension

The lockdown is expected to be in place for four weeks until 2 December, whereby the country will then revert back to the tiered Coronavirus alert system now in place across England. The PM originally planned to unveil new measures in response to a spike in cases on Monday, but was forced to bring the press conference forward after the plans were leaked to the media on Friday. [Full Article...]


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