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America has chosen Democrat Joe Biden as its 46th president, CNN projects, turning at a time of national crisis to a man whose character was forged by aching personal tragedy and who is pledging to restore calm and truth after Donald Trump's exhausting and manic single term.


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Editor's note (19 March 2020): Since the publication of this article, the World Health Organization has updated its advice on the official Twitter account: "Based on currently available information, WHO does not recommend against the use of ibuprofen


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The deadly outbreak among members of a choir has stunned health officials, who have concluded that the virus was almost certainly transmitted through the air from one or more people without symptoms.


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A 5-4 Supreme Court blocked New York from imposing limits on attending religious services, with new Justice Amy Coney Barrett casting the pivotal vote to depart from past cases that deferred to state authorities on public-health measures.


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"Isolation is so devastating to our own mood because we're left stuck with our own thoughts," a psychotherapist said.


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California’s governor announced a sweeping rollback of the state’s reopening and Los Angeles and San Diego school districts will be online-only in the fall. Dr. Anthony Fauci returned to the White House.


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KK Shailaja has been hailed as the reason a state of 35 million people has only lost four to the virus. Here’s how the former teacher did it


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Skip kissing and consider wearing a mask when having sex to protect yourself from catching the coronavirus, Canada's chief medical officer said on Wednesday, adding that going solo remains the lowest risk sexual option in a pandemic.


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A coronavirus outbreak tied to a wedding reception caused 177 infections and 7 COVID-19 deaths. It shows why health officials are nervous about holiday gatherings.


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Drugmaker Pfizer said Monday an early look at data from its coronavirus vaccine shows it is more than 90% effective -- a much better than expected efficacy if the trend continues.


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Synairgen says preliminary results suggest its nebuliser treatment can lower the risk of disease.


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"A vaccine for Covid is a real probability and ... having more than one supplier should help assure better and more equitable global availability," one expert said.


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The lockdowns and visitor restrictions meant to protect nursing home residents from the coronavirus can also threaten their lives.


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The company said it planned to apply for emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration “within days.”


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The “cell lines” used to develop monoclonal antibodies, as well as remdesivir and vaccines, began with fetal tissue decades ago.


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The vaccine is a "significant step" forward for getting life back to normal, but challenges remain.


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South Korea has reported a drop in the rate of new Covid-19 cases, attributing this to mass testing, better communication and the use of technology.


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A new study estimates that more than five million American workers lost their insurance this spring, a number higher than those in any full year of insurance losses.


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2020-11-12 22:57:58 UTC

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A US jewellery designer struck "lucrative" deals with the Department of Health at the start of the pandemic.


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2020-11-06 19:59:56 UTC

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The resolution does contain conditions limiting its scope. Those include that the state government should only consider making vaccinations mandatory if voluntary COVID-19 vaccinations fall short of producing needed levels of population immunity; that an assessment of the health threat to various communities be made so that perhaps the mandate can be targeted; and that a mandate only be considered after there is expert consensus about the vaccine’s safety and efficacy.


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A US jewellery designer struck "lucrative" deals with the Department of Health at the start of the pandemic.


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Michael R. Caputo told a Facebook audience without evidence that left-wing hit squads were being trained for insurrection and accused C.D.C. scientists of “sedition.”


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Website: who.int
2020-11-09 21:10:58 UTC

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"Today is a great day for science and humanity," Albert Bourla, Pfizer's chairman and chief executive, said in a statement.


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UK prime minister and health secretary test positive as chief medical officer goes into isolation


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The US set a grim new Covid-19 record Thursday -- following a week marked by high case numbers -- surpassing 120,000 infections in a single day.


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New York City is creating new teams to respond to emergency mental health calls instead of police, as part of a pilot program that will launch next year.


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The president convinced many voters that his response to the pandemic was not a disaster. The psychology of medical fraud is simple, timeless, and tragic.


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At this rate, coronavirus is killing at least one American every minute of the day.


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The US has set multiple new records this week, and health experts worry the numbers will get worse before the holidays.


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Two Canadian doctors of the Sikh faith have made the difficult decision to shave off their beards -- a pillar of their faith -- to continue treating Covid-19 patients.


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Researchers once feared that school reopenings might spread the virus through communities. But so far there is little evidence that it’s happening.


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The politicization of mask-wearing shows how difficult it will be for Joe Biden to build consensus around even basic public health strategies after he’s sworn in.


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The United States is living in the most dangerous public health crisis since the 1918 influenza pandemic, and health experts say it doesn't look like the coronavirus will be slowing down anytime soon with the arrival of the holiday season.


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The coronavirus is coursing through different parts of the U.S. in different ways, making the crisis harder to predict, control, or understand.


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The office was dedicated to the long-term safety of vaccines. Experts say plans to track coronavirus vaccines are fragmented and “behind the eight ball.”


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The Public Health Agency of Canada is now recommending Canadians choose a three-layer non-medical mask with a filter layer to prevent the spread of COVID-19 as they prepare to spend more time indoors over the winter.


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Website: npr.org
2020-11-08 22:32:57 UTC

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Americans defied pleas from state and local officials to stay home for the Thanksgiving holiday in the face of the surging coronavirus pandemic, triggering fresh warnings from health officials with the release of vaccines still weeks away.


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The administration has taken few steps to help people gain coverage after massive job losses caused millions to lose their plans amid the coronavirus.


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A former abattoir worker describes her job and the effect it had on her mental health.


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Americans defied pleas from state and local officials to stay home for the Thanksgiving holiday in the face of the surging coronavirus pandemic, triggering fresh warnings from health officials with the release of vaccines still weeks away.


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Sanford CEO Kelby Krabbenhoft revealed this week that he has had the virus and won't be wearing a mask.


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While they may be unpopular in some places, mask mandates work to slow the spread of Covid-19, according to new research published Friday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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Georgia is faring better than all but three states, but public health experts warn that cooler weather and social gatherings tied to next week’s Thanksgiving holiday could be accelerants that turn a smoldering epidemic in the Peach State into an inferno.


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Coronavirus vaccines -- once approved and distributed widely to the public -- won’t be a “knockout punch” that eradicates the virus, he said


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New coronavirus daily cases in the United States hit another record high Wednesday, with 140,543 reported and more expected before the end of the day.


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In June 2019, President Donald Trump promised that he was on the verge of unveiling a "phenomenal" health care bill.


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When good science is suppressed by the medical-political complex, people die Politicians and governments are suppressing science. They do so in the public interest, they say, to accelerate availability of diagnostics and treatments. They do so to support innovation, to bring products to market at unprecedented speed. Both of these reasons are partly plausible; the greatest deceptions are founded in a grain of truth. But the underlying behaviour is troubling. Science is being suppressed for political and financial gain. Covid-19 has unleashed state corruption on a grand scale, and it is harmful to public health.1 Politicians and industry are responsible for this opportunistic embezzlement. So too are scientists and health experts. The pandemic has revealed how the medical-political complex can be manipulated in an emergency—a time when it is even more important to safeguard science. The UK’s pandemic response provides at least four examples of suppression of science or scientists. First, the membership, research, and deliberations of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) were initially secret until a press leak forced transparency.2 The leak revealed inappropriate involvement of government advisers in SAGE, while exposing under-representation from public health, clinical care, women, and ethnic minorities. Indeed, the government was also recently ordered to release a 2016 report on deficiencies in pandemic preparedness, Operation Cygnus, following a verdict from the Information Commissioner’s Office.34 …


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A Maine wedding led to 178 Covid-19 cases and seven deaths, a grim reminder of how celebrations can spread deadly coronavirus infections.


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Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, recently spoke about a potentially debilitating consequence of the infection: post-viral syndrome.


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At least 45 states have reported more new infections this past week compared to the previous week. And while some officials toughen their restrictions, some say changing behavior is more important than shutting down.


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Men are more likely than women to die of the coronavirus, so scientists are treating them with something women have more of: female sex hormones.


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A new simulation study suggests that a person coughing can disperse droplets well beyond six feet, and that anyone shorter than the person coughing -- such as children -- might be at a greater risk of encountering the downward trajectory of those cough droplets.


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The health ministry confirms that a woman visiting the country from China is the third person to test positive for the new deadly coronavirus in Japan.


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As businesses contemplate the return of workers to their desks, many are considering large and small changes to the modern workplace culture and trappings.


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Prior to pandemic, 160 million got insurance through their job – but up to 7 million are unlikely to find new plans, say researchers


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The Gates Foundation added another $70 million of funding on Thursday to global efforts to develop and distribute vaccines and treatments against the COVID-19 pandemic, saying it hoped other international donors would now also pledge more.


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President Donald Trump's increasing political desperation is raising concerns about his judgment following his aggressive Covid-19 treatment and as suspicion mounts that the White House is not telling the truth about his health.


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One CDC staffer said a Trump victory in November could be a "tipping point" for a mass exodus of employees.


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As this pandemic unfolds in the United States, I now count it among the worst humanitarian disasters I've covered. I never thought I would feel that sense of loss and suffering about my own country.


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A Joe Biden presidency will potentially impact the personal finances of millions of Americans, from taxes, college tuition, health care and housing.


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Health experts ‘deeply concerned’ about Sweden’s response


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“The dam is starting to crack, the water is starting to get in, and we’re not sure how long we can hold the line.”


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An internal email from a senior HHS official obtained by NBC News shows the White House sent masks to nonprofits and state and federal agencies, instead.


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President Donald Trump's refusal to tell America the truth about the pandemic in a bid to save his political skin, on display at a potential super-spreader rally in Iowa on Wednesday night, is fostering a vacuum in national leadership and crucial public health mobilization as a winter of sickness and death looms.


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The virus is now spreading exponentially in all regions of the country. And the most recent 1 million infections happened faster than any previous million, in just 10 days.


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The pandemic is blowing up how people get health insurance.


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Website: npr.org
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After weeks of asking residents to help slow the spread of Covid-19, several governors have issued stringent new measures to get the virus under control ahead of what could be a brutal winter.


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Coronavirus can spread on flights. Two new studies describe how it happened.


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A head-to-head comparison of lab and rapid coronavirus tests drew mixed reactions from experts, who raised concerns about accuracy.


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The Covid-19 pandemic is raging across the US -- already more devastating than previous surges and showing no signs of slowing down.


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A new UCSF study has found that time-restricted eating, a health fad with many adherents in Silicon Valley and Hollywood, doesn't seem to help people lose weight.


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Face coverings, including masks made of cloth, are highly effective in protecting the people who wear them and those around them, according to a new study.


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The World Health Organization invites independent film-makers, production companies, NGOs, communities, students, and film schools from around the world to submit their original short films to the 2nd Health for All Film Festival.Launched in 2020, the festival aims to recruit a new generation of film and video innovators to champion global health issues. The inaugural Health for All Film Festival in 2019/2020 accepted 1,300 short film submissions from more than 110 countries. “Telling stories is as old as human civilization. It helps us understand our problems and heal ourselves. WHO is proud to announce the second Health for All Film Festival, to cultivate visual storytelling about public health,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. “We look forward to receiving creative entries inspired by WHO’s mission to promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable.” The competition categories this year will align with WHO’s global goals for public health.Universal health coverage (UHC): films about mental health, noncommunicable diseases  and other UHC stories linked to communicable diseases not part of emergencies;Health emergencies: films about health emergencies, such as COVID-19, Ebola, as well as health responses in the context of humanitarian crises and in conflict-affected settings;Better health and well-being: films about environmental and social determinants of health, such as nutrition, sanitation, pollution, and/or films about health promotion or health education. For each of these three grand prix categories, judges will accept short documentaries or fiction films (3 to 8 minutes in length), short videos for social media or animation films (1 to 5 minutes in length).Three other prizes will be awarded for a student-produced film, a health educational film aimed at youth, and a short video designed exclusively for social media platforms.Submissions are open from 24 October 2020 to 30 January 2021.After the close of submissions, critically-acclaimed artists from the film and music industries will review the shortlisted films with WHO experts and recommend winners to WHO’s Director-General, who will make the final decision. The jury composition will be announced in by January 2021.For further information, visit https://www.who.int/film-festivalContact Gilles Reboux, Film Festival Lead: rebouxg@who.int


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US Customs and Border Protection held more than five dozen children, some under the age of one, in facilities along the US-Mexico border for over three days during the last two months, according to a new federal court filing.


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Website: thelancet.com
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As the world approaches 1 million deaths from COVID-19, we must confront the fact that we are taking a far too narrow approach to managing this outbreak of a new coronavirus. We have viewed the cause of this crisis as an infectious disease. All of our interventions have focused on cutting lines of viral transmission, thereby controlling the spread of the pathogen. The “science” that has guided governments has been driven mostly by epidemic modellers and infectious disease specialists, who understandably frame the present health emergency in centuries-old terms of plague.


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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday she offered President-elect Joe Biden assistance with tackling the rampant outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States.


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The United States is hurtling toward yet another grim milestone of 10 million cases, with over 9.9 million reported cases as of Sunday evening, according to Johns Hopkins University data.


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The animals appear to have mild symptoms and likely caught the virus from their owners. And there’s no evidence pets can pass it to humans.


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The worsening COVID-19 outbreak, fueled by Americans' fatigue, means hospitals are scrambling for more doctors, nurses and therapists to fill shifts.


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Stay at home, be safe, but go hungry. Go out, earn a living, but risk your life. For so many in Mexico, this has been the pandemic's impossible choice.


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There are days when I don’t want to get out of bed. That’s just the truth. And that’s why I wrote this.


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Across the country, cities and universities are testing sewage to monitor the Covid-19 virus.


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Don’t spend time indoors with people outside your household.


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As health care professionals beg for supplies to protect themselves from COVID-19 infection, a Texas company found a seller with at least 2 million masks and quietly offered them for sale at $6 each. Before the pandemic, they cost around $1.


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President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. barnstormed through battleground states, concluding an extraordinary campaign conducted amid a health crisis and deep economic anxiety.


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States are issuing a new wave of mask mandates and social restrictions as record numbers of Covid-19 hospitalizations and soaring daily cases strain US medical systems.


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A new mental health treatment using the psychedelic compound psilocybin raises questions about medicine and values


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