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US employers being sued for COVID-19 infection spread

The daughter of Esperanza Ugalde of Illinois alleged her mother died of COVID-19 that her father contracted at Aurora Packing Co's meat processing ...
Sep 28

Bringing hepatitis C testing and treatment to underserved communities in Madrid

An estimated 80 000 people in Spain are infected with hepatitis C but have not received lifesaving direct-acting antiviral (DAA) drugs...
Sep 28

Covid-19: India's daily cases continue downward trend

The country has registered 88,600 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours....
Sep 28

Europe has a lot of work to do to prevent COVID-19 transmission :WHO

Europe has "a lot of work to do right now" to bring down increasing COVID-19 cases, a World Health Organization expert said...
Sep 26

Highly effective antibodies identified, may lead to passive COVID-19 vaccine

Unlike in active vaccination, passive vaccination involves the administration of ready-made antibodies, which are degraded after some time....
Sep 26

Some severe COVID-19 cases linked to genetic mutations

People infected by the novel coronavirus can have symptoms that range from mild to deadly. Now, two new analyses suggest that some life-threatening cases ...
Sep 26

Why COVID-19 is deadly for some people ?

Increasing evidence suggests that some Covid-19 patients get very ill because of an impaired interferon response....
Sep 25

UK to infect volunteers with Covid-19 to test vaccines' efficacy

So-called 'human challenge' trials are expected to begin in January at a quarantine facility in London, report says....
Sep 25

New infections reach record highs in Britain and France

Britain and France both recorded their highest one-day surges in COVID-19 infections since the beginning of the outbreak on Thursday...
Sep 25

UK to host human challenge trials for COVID-19 vaccines

So-called "challenge trials" are expected to begin in January at a quarantine facility in London, the report said....
Sep 24

Coronavirus mutating, potentially evolving, shows study amid US surge

That mutation is associated with a higher viral load among patients upon initial diagnosis, the researchers found....
Sep 24

Antarctica to lift seas by metres per degree of warming, study finds

That mutation is associated with a higher viral load among patients upon initial diagnosis, the researchers found....
Sep 24

US Coronavirus death count tops 200,000

According to a rolling tally by Johns Hopkins University, 200,005 Americans have died and 6.86 million have been confirmed infected by the novel ...
Sep 23

Record weekly number of global COVID-19 cases, deaths down: WHO

In a fresh global update, the World Health Organization said late Monday that during the week ending on September 20, 1,998,897 new cases ...
Sep 22

COVID-19 is airbone says scientists

The agency said the guidance, which went up Friday largely without notice until late Sunday, should not have been posted because it was an early ...
Sep 22

COVID-19 likely spreading from people to animals—and vice versa

A study published in the US CDC’s Emerging Infectious Diseases journal provides further evidence that SARS-CoV-2 can be transmitted between animals and ...
Sep 22

In USA COVID-19 is less deadly now

Since March, doctors have learned valuable lessons, not only about how to ensure hospitals don't run out of ICU beds and ventilators, but also ...
Sep 21

COVID-19 or the Flu? amid Twindemic, What doctors say

Infectious-disease doctors are urging people to get a flu vaccine to lower their risk of contracting influenza viruses and helping them to spread....
Sep 21

China Biopharma plant leak infects thousands with bacterial disease

Chinese authorities found a biopharmaceutical plant had used expired disinfectant in its production of Brucella vaccines for animals between July and August last year...
Sep 18

Moderna to seek COVID vaccine's limited emergency use

Moderna's vaccine candidate - mRNA-1273 - is nearing the finish line in its push to enroll 30,000 individuals in a late-stage trial of ...
Sep 18

WHO urges safety for health workers

The UN health agency said that the pandemic had exposed health workers and their families to "unprecedented levels of risk"....
Sep 18

Moderna, Pfizer share COVID-19 vaccine trial blueprints

Pfizer, the other American company currently carrying out Phase 3 trials in the US, followed suit a short time later and there is now added ...
Sep 18

Global Coronavirus cases surpass 30 Million

India was firmly in focus as the latest epicentre, although North and South America combined still accounted for almost half of the global cases...
Sep 18

Immunity is important then vaccines

The coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is the latest in a procession of new infectious diseases that have surprised the world in recent years...
Sep 15

UK begins trials of new antibody treatment for COVID-19

As part of the government-backed Randomised Evaluation of COVID-19 Therapy (RECOVERY) Trials, monoclonal antibodies...
Sep 15

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