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A 28-year-old patient underwent COVID-19 double lung transplantation – internal authorization

A 28-year-old patient was granted COVID-19 internal authorization for dual lung transplantation “It all happened so fast”: COVID-19 patients undergoing dual lung transplants for the first time in the US, Chicago Tribune UF Health Shands successfully transplates double lung COVID-19 surviving WJXT News4JAX Two Northwest patients underwent lung transplantation after the coronavirus at the Chicago Sun-Times See the full coverage …

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COVID-19 outbreak in USC fraternity queue; at least 40 infected

The USC is investigating an outbreak of coronavirus that has spread to the university’s Greek line. Chief Student Health Officer Sarah Van Orman said the school found about 40 positive cases of COVID-19 involving people living on 28th Street, where many groups of university-related fraternities are located. “A significant number of cases involved four fraternity homes,” Van Orman said. About …

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Birx says COVID-19 moves to Missouri, other Midwestern states Coronavirus

“I have hope. That’s all I can do, “he said. On Thursday, Department of Commerce data for the second quarter showed the worst recession in the U.S. economy since the Great Depression. The sharp decline in gross domestic product occurred in April, after businesses, including restaurants, bars, theaters and factories, were closed to slow the spread of the virus. The …

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A new place – curbing the return of Covid-19 to Europe Europe

2020 August 1 THER waves epidemics tend to erupt like a tsunami – slowly, almost secretly, before a severe influx. There are now fears in some parts of Europe that the cases of 19 people may be approaching a threatening turning point again. In Spain, new cases occur daily during the week until July 28. It rose sharply to almost …

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Rabid bats have been approved in San Bernardino County, including the Apple Valley

Apple Valley, California. – Nine rabies bats have been confirmed in San Bernardino County, four of them in the last two weeks in Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana and Apple Valley. San Bernardino County Public Health urges the public to protect themselves and their pets from interactions with strangers, stray, or wildlife. “Rabies in humans almost always ends in death as soon …

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Buddy, the first U.S. dog to be diagnosed with Covid-19, dies

Buddy’s health deteriorated steadily after he had breathing problems and thick nasal mucus in April. He was euthanized on July 11, when Mahoneys told National Geographic when he began vomiting blood clots. It is not known whether his death was caused by a coronavirus. Blood tests showed that the buddy was most likely to have lymphoma, a cancer of the …

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The study found a higher viral load in young children, raising questions about their likelihood of transmitting coronavirus

Children under the age of 5 have 10 to 100 times more genetic material from the new coronavirus in their noses than older children and adults, according to a study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics on Thursday. © Christopher Furlong / Getty Images Europe / Getty Images Glasgow, Scotland – January 28: Children waving their hands in a private …

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Health officials report 304 new cases of COVID-19, with 15 additional deaths

Health officials report 304 new cases of COVID-19, with 15 additional deaths Updated: 2020 July 30, 4:20 PM, EDT The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported an additional 304 confirmed COVID-19 cases and confirmed 15 new COVID-19-related deaths in the state on Thursday, bringing the state-confirmed coronavirus death to 8,375. A total of 109,400 confirmed cases are now registered in …

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