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CDC rewrites definition of coronavirus ‘close contact’ | Coronavirus

The leading US federal public health agency has rewritten its definition of who is at risk of getting coronavirus to include people who come in close contact with infected people for several short outbreaks over a 24-hour period. The new definition of “close contact” released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) sharply expands the pool of …

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70 care facilities report COVID-19 outbreaks in Iowa

COUNTRIES AND MOTHER TISIA: TODAY, STORY COUNTRY REQUIRES EVERYONE TO WEAR A MASK IN PUBLIC. THE HISTORY PLAN OO SUPERVISORS APPROVED A FACE APPLICABLE TO REGULATION Earlier this month. IT REQUIRES EVERYONE 70 nursing facilities report outbreaks as COVID-19 spreads in Iowa Updated: 09:57 CDT October 22, 2020 There are now 70 long-term care facilities reporting coronavirus outbreaks in Iowa, …

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What does vitamin C take every day for your body

Vitamin C, also called L-ascorbic acid, is naturally present in some foods, added to others, and also available as a dietary supplement, explains the National Institutes of Health – but do you know what vitamin C takes every day for your body? ? According to Darren Mareiniss, MD, FACEP, Emergency Medicine Physician at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Vitamins are …

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Israel confronts insurgency as ultra-Orthodox defy covid public health rules

JERUSALEM – As Israel eases its second nationwide lockdown, a revolt among ultra-Orthodox Jews against public health guidelines complicates efforts to control the coronavirus outbreak. Throughout Israel, schools and most businesses are closed. People are required to wear masks in public, and outdoor gatherings over 20 people are prohibited. Police and city inspectors patrol the streets and hand out fines …

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Mouthwash may have the potential to reduce Covid-19 viral load in the mouth

Some common pharmacy products may have the potential to reduce the oral “viral load” of SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19, among those suffering from the disease, according to researchers. In a recent study published in the Journal of Medical Virology, researchers at Penn State College of Medicine said that certain oral antiseptics, mouthwashes and a baby shampoo “may have …

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New research helps explain dramatic declines in COVID-19 deaths

Fewer New Yorkers die of coronavirus than health experts had expected, a new study shows. Regional deaths have fallen from the heights seen at the start of the outbreak, in part due to a shift in the population that got the disease against those who are more resilient. After New York became the epicenter of the pandemic in early March, …

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El Paso breaks record with 1,161 new virus cases

Top stories EL PASO, Texas (KVIA) – El Paso County broke a pandemic record Thursday morning. Health officials reported 1,161 new cases and four deaths related to coronavirus. The number of active cases increased to 9,406, which is a new record. Admissions fell slightly from 578 to 571. However, the number of ICU patients rose to 159, a full-time high. …

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Palantir helps us track Covid-19 vaccines

Data mining company Palantir Technologies Inc. PLTR 1.63% helps the federal government set up a system that tracks the manufacture, distribution and administration of Covid-19 vaccines, state and local health officials informed of the said efforts. Palantir has developed software that federal health officials would use to manage the various vaccine data and identify any problems that could prevent Americans …

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