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Antiviral nasal spray can fight coronavirus, according to a study

Moms Create Coronavirus Solutions For Babies: Why They Say Their PPE Face Screens Are More Effective Than Cloth Masks Little Lives PPE is helping children and adults to return to the world safely during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr Gabrielle Page-Wilson and Alexandra Stanton founded Little Lives PPE not only to maintain the physical health of their children, but also to …

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Wearing a neck fleece can be worse than no mask, according to a study

Daniel Culver, an intensive care physician at the Cleveland Clinic, reacts to news that Russia has a coronavirus vaccine and shares what America is doing on the vaccine development front, including Moderna’s experimental vaccine. While some masks may be as protective as standard surgical masks against COVID-19, new research suggests that one type could make things worse. According to Duke …

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American Airlines bans face masks with vents or valves, becomes the latest carrier to announce the policy

Travel and lifestyle journalist Francesca Page on how air travel standards will change due to the coronavirus. American Airlines is the latest major airline to ban face masks with one-way valves or vents, following similar mandates from airlines including United, Delta and JetBlue. The announcement comes shortly after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated their guidelines on …

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Coronavirus updates: schools in Texas may not reopen until October, Europe sees worrisome new wave of outbreaks

This is our daily update of the latest COVID-19 news for Wednesday, August 12, 2020. Previous daily updates can be found here, is updated stats are here. New York City is inside Phase 4 of reopening now, which includes zoo, botanical gardens and professional sports (without fans). A look at the preparation for the spread of the coronavirus is hereand …

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West Nile Virus Infected Mosquitoes Discovered in 2 Louisville Postcodes | news

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Authorities say fogging operations began after West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes were discovered in two Louisville postcodes. According to a press release from Metro Louisville, those zip codes are 40202 and 40204. Infected mosquitoes were discovered in surveillance traps set up by the Department of Public Health and Welfare. “West Nile-infected mosquitoes are not uncommon this time …

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Dealing with campus coronavirus: US fraternities and fraternities make the old college attempt

MADISON, Wisconsin (Reuters) – Sixteen gallons of hand sanitizer sat in the lobby of the University of Wisconsin’s Alpha Epsilon Phi fraternity as her mother Karen Mullis reconfigured the dining room tables to maintain social distances. Erik Johnson, president of the Interfraternity Council at the University of Washington, poses in front of his fraternity house in Seattle, Washington, United States …

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Coronavirus antibody levels are the same in Stockholm and London, according to a study

A study comparing coronavirus exposure in London and Stockholm raises more questions about herd immunity. It was found that the two capitals had the same infection rate – 17% – in the early summer. Nonetheless, the UK and Sweden take very different approaches to the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike the UK and most other countries, Sweden has opted for strict blocking …

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Why don’t I send my children back to school

Many schools across the country have already made the decision for students. At least 63 of the country’s 101 largest school districts have decided to start the year with virtual learning. There are other school districts that have decided to go in person, albeit many with virtual options. My children’s school has left the choice to individual families, and while …

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