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SF projects target COVID data to the worst case scenario, but are they accurate?

Although the coronavirus is spreading again throughout San Francisco, city officials find themselves in the worst possible outcome: mass infections by fall, potentially straining the city’s health care system and severely elevating the city, dying. In a virtual press conference on Thursday, the San Francisco Department of Public Health dr. Grant Colfax confirmed that the number of COVID patients hospitalized …

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US to pay $ 2.1 billion to Sanofi, GSK for COVID-19 vaccine deal

Michael Erman and Carl O’Donnell July 31 (Reuters) – US government Sanofi SA and GlaxoSmithKline Plc will pay $ 2.1 billion for COVID-19 vaccines to cover 50 million people and ban drug manufacturers’ testing and production, companies said on Friday. The award is the largest of the White House’s Warp Speed ​​Surgery initiative, which aims to accelerate the availability of …

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The second U.S. virus outbreak has reached the plateau, but few experts are celebrating it

While coronavirus deaths are rising rapidly in the U.S., public health experts are seeing a flicker of good news: the second influx of confirmed cases appears to have disappeared. Scientists are by no means celebrating the holiday, warning that the trend is driven by four large and hard-hit locations – Arizona, California, Florida and Texas – and that the number …

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The three main obstacles to coronavirus vaccine clearance

Vaccines have changed the world, saving hundreds of millions of lives. They are also, to date, our best hope for stopping the Covid-19 pandemic. Our other solutions to stop the disease are isolation, which is detrimental to our economy and society, or the strengthening of ‘herd immunity’ due to natural infection, which would mean more than a million deaths in …

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Buddy, first coronavirus-positive dog, dies in New York

NEW YORK – A German Shepherd dies in New York and has been confirmed to have the first case of a Covid-19 dog in the United States. Robert and Allison Mahoney of Staten Island told National Geographic that their 7-year-old Shepherd Buddy was in April. Breathing problems occurred in the middle after Robert had been suffering from coronavirus for several …

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Coronavirus: the number of deaths increases for the first time since mid-June

Video copyright Reuters The number of weekly coronavirus-related deaths in Northern Ireland has risen for the first time since mid-June. According to the Northern Ireland Bureau of Statistics and Research (Nisra), the virus was mentioned in the death certificates of seven people by Friday, July 24th. That’s five more than a week ago. As of Nisra’s death certificate-based tool, 853 …

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48 outbreaks of salmonella are linked to the abundance of poultry in the home and more people are infected than last year

According to this week’s data, in 2020. 938 people were infected with salmonellosis. The number of cases has doubled in the past month, with 473 people falling ill since the last June report, the CDC said. The alleged culprit in this outbreak is poultry. Public health officials interviewed more than 400 people who contracted salmonellosis, and 74% of them said …

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The Covid-19 vaccine, amazingly, is close. Why am I so worried?

A Just six months after the SARS-CoV-2 virus was identified as the cause of Covid-19, scientists are at the forefront of vaccination against it. Moderna and the National Institutes of Health have recently announced the launch of a Phase 3 clinical trial, combining several others with constructive competition that could save millions of lives. It is a truly impressive feat …

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A temporary hospital has been built in San Francisco to free the beds for COVID patients

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA (KRON) – San Francisco city officials predict another significant increase in coronavirus cases. To overcome the turn, the city announced the construction of a new temporary hospital to vacate beds for COVID patients. The new hospital will be open to untreated patients in need of short-term medical care or follow-up. The San Francisco Director of Health is …

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