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House to vote on massive new coronavirus relief bill House to vote on massive new coronavirus relief bill

House to vote on massive new coronavirus relief bill

By 1 month ago

On Friday evening, the House passed a $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill providing assistance to state and local governments, hazard pay for frontline health care workers, student debt forgiveness and bolstered Medicaid and Medicare. The bill is known as the HEROES Act, the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act.The measure, over 1,800 pages long,…

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SARS lessons for COVID-19 vaccine design

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Important lessons learned from the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak of 2002-2003 could inform and guide vaccine design for COVID-19 according to University of Melbourne Professor Kanta Subbarao, Director of the WHO Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza at the Doherty Institute. In an article published today in Cell Host and Microbe, Professor…

Did ‘Disease X’ Spark the Covid-19 Epidemic? Did ‘Disease X’ Spark the Covid-19 Epidemic?

Did ‘Disease X’ Spark the Covid-19 Epidemic?

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In early 2018, Megan Gannon wrote that the World Health Organization listed “Disease X” among the diseases most in need of research and development. She wrote that Disease X is not a specific illness, but rather a hypothetical epidemic that could be caused by a pathogen (a contagious strain of a virus or bacterium) that we don’t…

Latest Coronavirus Science: The Link Between Pandemics and Psychosis Latest Coronavirus Science: The Link Between Pandemics and Psychosis

Latest Coronavirus Science: The Link Between Pandemics and Psychosis

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People walking near the Chateau d’Eau metro station on May 15, 2020 in Paris, France. A new study estimates that less than 5 percent of the country has contracted the coronavirus that causes covid-19.Image: Getty ImagesHere are some of the latest developments in covid-19 research, including whether people can develop immunity, the effects of covid-19…

The pathogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 in hACE2 transgenic mice

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AbstractSevere acute respiratory syndrome CoV-2 (SARS-CoV-2) caused the corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases in China and has become a public health emergency of international concern1. Because angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) is the cell entry receptor of SARS-CoV5, we used transgenic mice bearing human ACE2 and infected with SARS-CoV-2 to study the pathogenicity of the…

Why Temperature Screenings Alone Won’t Protect People From Covid-19 Why Temperature Screenings Alone Won’t Protect People From Covid-19

Why Temperature Screenings Alone Won’t Protect People From Covid-19

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People entering the White House have their temperature taken. Photo: Getty ImagesAs parts of the U.S. begin to reopen and ease restrictions on physical movement, a major looming question is how to prevent new spikes in cases of covid-19. One commonly touted idea is to implement wide-scale temperature screenings at businesses and public places, as…

Covid-19 Reached Europe in December, New Evidence Suggests Covid-19 Reached Europe in December, New Evidence Suggests

Covid-19 Reached Europe in December, New Evidence Suggests

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A subway station in Paris, France, May 5, 2020.Image: APIn late December 2019, a 42-year-old man with pneumonia-like symptoms was admitted to a Paris hospital. Shockingly, a test of the patient’s stored sample swab came back positive for covid-19, suggesting the novel coronavirus was in France more than a month earlier than previously thought. The…

Covid-19 Slang and How Language Evolves Quickly in Stressful Times Covid-19 Slang and How Language Evolves Quickly in Stressful Times

Covid-19 Slang and How Language Evolves Quickly in Stressful Times

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Kate Burridge and Howard Manns recently wrote a piece about how the Covid-19 pandemic is changing the English language. It’s written from an Australian perspective, so some of the slang might be a bit hard to follow for Americans et al. In these times of COVID-19, there are the usual suspects: shortenings like “sanny” (hand…

Covid-19 Spurs a Road Repair Boom—and Threatens a Bust Covid-19 Spurs a Road Repair Boom—and Threatens a Bust

Covid-19 Spurs a Road Repair Boom—and Threatens a Bust

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Until a few weeks ago, the California Department of Transportation was girding itself for a summer disaster. Come July, it was planning to shut down a congested stretch of Highway 101 between San Francisco and Silicon Valley for nearly three weeks to tear out and rebuild an aging, cracking bridge deck that carries the freeway…

Will Covid-19 Go Away In the Summer and Return in the Fall?

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The maps that the National Weather Service publishes every month, forecasting what may happen in the months to come, predict above-average temperatures and rainfall for much of the United States in May, June, and July. In normal times, that would be unnerving news, a sign of storms coming and a climate wrenched awry. Right now,…

Coronavirus live updates: NFL confirms ‘plan to start on time’ Coronavirus live updates: NFL confirms ‘plan to start on time’

Coronavirus live updates: NFL confirms ‘plan to start on time’

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The novel coronavirus has now killed more than 244,000 people worldwide. More than 3.4 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. The actual numbers are believed to be…

Next COVID-19 Challenge: Reduce Employer Rx Costs, Enhance Patient Access

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In the coming weeks and months, America will begin attempting to re-start the economy and hopefully take steps toward a semblance of a new normal. However, even as this process gets underway, our economy has been shaken to its core with ramifications that will reverberate for some time to come. In this new reality, America’s […]

Apple’s growth stalls as it deals with COVID-19’s impact Apple’s growth stalls as it deals with COVID-19’s impact

Apple’s growth stalls as it deals with COVID-19’s impact

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Apple released its quarterly earnings this afternoon for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak began to reshape lives and economies, and the results are unsurprisingly mixed. The company saw slumps in hardware sales almost across the board, but it reported a total of $58.3 billion in revenue — just edging out its performance this…

34 Crappy Corona Designs That Just Don’t Work In The Context Of The Virus 34 Crappy Corona Designs That Just Don’t Work In The Context Of The Virus

34 Crappy Corona Designs That Just Don’t Work In The Context Of The Virus

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Not every idea that seems absolutely genius at 2AM is equally brilliant when it comes to life. The truth is, most of our “eureka!” moments turn out to be pretty crappy designs and yet nobody takes a lesson from it. Check out our previous compilations, aka homage to “what de heck they were thinkin’,” with…

UK will begin testing its COVID-19 tracking app this week UK will begin testing its COVID-19 tracking app this week

UK will begin testing its COVID-19 tracking app this week

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As previously reported, the UK will break from the Apple-Google “decentralized” approach. Instead, the NHS’s technology group NHSX chose a centralized model, in which a list of contacts made via Bluetooth signals will be stored on users’ devices as anonymous tokens. If a user has symptoms or tests positive, the contacts can be submitted to…

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Wondering how to spend your stimulus payment?

After surveying over 1,400 people in all 50 states, Bankrate found that 31% of Americans expecting a stimulus check say it won’t sustain their financial well-being for even a month. They breakdown various financial strategies people can make to best utilize their check including how to determine if they should pay off debt or add to their emergency fund. Read their full report HERE

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