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Can spreading coronavirus get you into legal trouble?

There is another aspect to consider: about a person intentionally spreads COVID-19. It is conceivable that an infected individual may try to maliciously infect others. In that case, the spreader could theoretically be prosecuted under anti-terrorism laws, according to a March 2020 memo from the Department of Justice. Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts and third baseman Justin Turner form …

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COVID-19: Here’s brand new distribution of Putnam County cases by city

52 new positive COVID-19 cases have been reported in the last week in Putnam, bringing the total to more than 2,000 with three new admissions, according to the county health ministry. 61,646 COVID tests have now been administered in Putnam County, resulting in 2,002 positive cases, the Department of Health reported in its most recent crash on Friday, October 30th. …

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Russian doctor deliberately reinfected himself to test coronavirus immunity – BGR

A doctor from Siberia conducted a controversial immunoassay test for coronavirus after surviving COVID-19 in March. The 68-year-old Russian doctor spent time with coronavirus-positive patients without wearing a mask to see if he could get another COVID-19 infection. The doctor became infected a second time after approx. six months and experienced a worse COVID-19 case than before. A doctor in …

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Covid toes could last for 150 days, new research shows

FORT MYERS, Fla. / NBC News – New research shows that “long-range” coronavirus patients may experience prolonged skin symptoms, with one patient reporting having so-called “COVID toes” for almost six months. The research was conducted on patients listed on the International COVID-19 Dermatology Registry, the world’s largest registry of coronavirus patients with dermatological symptoms. About 1,000 cases have been registered …

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Coronavirus mutation may have made it more contagious: study

The number of virus strains present in each zip code in Houston during the second wave of COVID-19 cases in the summer of 2020. The number of strains is represented by a spectrum of colors from blue (0 strains) to red (50 strains). Credit: Houston Methodist / University of Texas at Austin. A study involving more than 5,000 COVID-19 patients …

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What to know on October 30 – NBC4 Washington

The United States registered more than 90,000 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, breaking a record set just the day before. Cases are rising in almost every state. Halloween is only a day away and there are more than just ghouls and goblins to be wary of. Some local governments are warning citizens to protect this Halloween by avoiding large gatherings. Dr. …

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The Mayo Clinic Health System temporarily adjusts electives when COVID-19 cases increase

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) – The Mayo Clinic Health System announced Friday that it will temporarily suspend optional treatment in northwestern Wisconsin as COVID-19 cases rise. The postponement starts on Saturday, October 31, so hospitals can take care of the needs of society, which includes the high influx of COVID-19 patients in need of hospitalization. Hospital officials say that as …

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