Follow The Science on COVID

Below are charts reflecting the current daily death trends in all of the major countries where Coronavirus has had the most impact since January. I left out China and Iran because of early questionable data. But going back to when the virus left China and began moving outward (January to the present) we start with … Continue reading Follow The Science on COVID

A Cure for COVID Right Under Our Noses

A Common Childhood Vaccine May Help Treat Coronavirus Friday, June 19, 2020 12:30 PM By: Lynn Allison | Newsmax A team of U.S. researchers says that giving people a booster shot of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine may help prevent COVID-19 and perhaps reduce the severity of the disease. The MMR vaccine has … Continue reading A Cure for COVID Right Under Our Noses

PANDEMIC: WHO DECLARES

The World Health Organization on Wednesday declared the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic. "We are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity and by the alarming levels of inaction," Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters in Geneva on Wednesday. "We have therefore made the assessment that COVID-19 can be characterized … Continue reading PANDEMIC: WHO DECLARES

As outbreak spreads, schools face dilemma in going online

By MICHELLE R. SMITH and COLLIN BINKLEY PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — When the new coronavirus surfaced at Saint Raphael Academy after a school group returned from a trip to Italy, officials decided to close the Rhode Island Catholic high school for two weeks. Instead of cancelling classes, the school in Pawtucket instituted “virtual days” where … Continue reading As outbreak spreads, schools face dilemma in going online

Globe braces for long battle against virus as cases spread

By KIM TONG-HYUNG and MATT SEDENSKY SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Scientists raced to find a treatment, crews scrubbed everything from money to buses, and quarantines were enforced Wednesday from a beachfront resort in the Atlantic to an uninhabited island in the Pacific as the world fought the spread of a new virus. Worries over … Continue reading Globe braces for long battle against virus as cases spread

US Health Officials: Human Trials on Coronavirus Vaccine Will Start in 6 Weeks

BY JACK PHILLIPS February 25, 2020 Updated: February 25, 2020 (Courtesy The Epoch Times) Testing trials of a potential COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine are expected to start in about six weeks, coming ahead of schedule, according to a top U.S. health official. “We are on time at least and maybe even a little bit better,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the … Continue reading US Health Officials: Human Trials on Coronavirus Vaccine Will Start in 6 Weeks

Gilead’s Remdesivir May Be Effective Against Coronavirus, WHO Says

(CNBC/TheStreet) World Health Organization said the drugmaker's antiviral remdesivir may be effective against the coronavirus. The comments, which were reported by CNBC, came in a press conference at which the organization lauded the Chinese government for the measures it took to stem the spread of the virus. When identifying any drugs that could potentially combat the … Continue reading Gilead’s Remdesivir May Be Effective Against Coronavirus, WHO Says