As the health care community reflected on the spring surge in COVID-19, many also looked ahead to the likelihood of another spike in virus activity this fall and winter. The COVID-19 pandemic that has shined … .
Public skepticism about coronavirus vaccines and enthusiasm on the right for so-called herd immunity are colliding as the U.S. outbreak is worsening, developments that could dash hopes for containing COVID-19 in the months ahead. Herd … .
Topline California’s state government announced reopening guidelines for the theme park industry Tuesday following a major pressure campaign from Disney, theme park operators and local officials to let major theme parks reopen—though the restrictive guidelines … .
UNICEF, the world’s largest single buyer of vaccines, is not waiting for approval of the first coronavirus vaccines for widespread use. The U.N. agency said Monday that it was purchasing and distributing more than half … .
Although there is not a specific DHHS tracking of COVID-19 case and death totals for health-care providers, there has been with long-term care facilities.As of 4 p.m. Friday, there have been 18,535 COVID-19 cases and … .
The heartbroken ex-wife of an Instagram influencer who died of coronavirus after earlier admitting he’d denied its existence has revealed she begged him to take his health seriously.Dmitriy Stuzhuk, 33, of Ukraine caught the virus … .
“The enzyme acts like a molecular scissor. It cleaves ubiquitin and ISG15 away from other proteins, which reverses their normal effects.” — Shaun K. Olsen, PhD, UT Health San Antonio SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB)October 18, 2020 … .
The coronavirus remains active on human skin for nine hours, Japanese researchers have found, in a discovery they said showed the need for frequent hand washing to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. The pathogen that causes … .
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Los Angeles County health officials say they are concerned about a potential spike in hospital demand if there is a surge in flu cases along with new coronavirus diagnoses. On Saturday, … .