Tag Archives: Infectious diseases

Covid-19 or the common cold: How to tell what your child’s symptoms mean

[ad_1] Drazen Zigic/iStockphoto/Getty Images It’s important for your child to get tested for Covid-19 if they become sick. CNN —   Common colds share many symptoms of the coronavirus, so if your child becomes ill as the school year gets underway, it might be difficult to immediately tell whether it’s …

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With coronavirus rising, ‘The Suicide Squad’ opens softly

[ad_1] NEW YORK — Moviegoing, once expected to be closer to semi-normal levels by now, continues to be battered by the pandemic, the delta variant of the coronavirus and in-home streaming. The latest casualty: James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad,” a critically acclaimed, carnage-ridden would-be smash that disappointed with $26.5 million …

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Delta broke down Australia and China’s defenses. Does it spell the end of the zero Covid strategy?

A quiet street in Melbourne during the city

[ad_1] CNN —   A year and a half since the first Covid-19 cases were identified, many countries in Asia-Pacific feel right back where they started. While Britons hit the nightclubs after a long winter of coronavirus restrictions, millions of people in Australia and China are back in lockdown. Health …

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Germany’s confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 1,183 – RKI

[ad_1] BERLIN, Aug 9 (Reuters) – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 1,183 to 3,791,949, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed on Monday. The reported death toll rose by two to 91,784, the tally showed. (Reporting by Berlin Newsroom; Editing by …

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The Latest: New Orleans Jazz Fest cancelled for a 2nd year | Business

[ad_1] NEW ORLEANS — With new COVID-19 cases surging in Louisiana, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival won’t be returning this year after all, organizers said Sunday. The festival, traditionally held in the spring, had been scheduled to run Oct. 8-10 and Oct. 15-17 after being canceled last year …

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The Latest: Famed nightclub offers free COVID-19 jabs | Nation & World

[ad_1] MIAMI — Ready to party at one of South Beach’s most glamorous nightclubs? Then roll up your sleeves. LIV is offering free COVID vaccines outside the Miami club where high rollers spend up to $20,000 just for a table. The star-studded nightclub, where Super Bowl champs celebrate at parties …

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Vietnam reports record 9,690 coronavirus infections on Sunday

[ad_1] By Reuters Staff 1 Min Read HANOI, Aug 8 (Reuters) – Vietnam’s health ministry reported 9,690 coronavirus infections on Sunday, a record daily increase and up from 7,334 cases on Saturday. Editing by Andrew Cawthorne Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles. [ad_2] Source link

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Closing Ceremony Ends Dour Tokyo Olympics After Battle With Covid-19 and the Japanese Public

[ad_1] TOKYO—The Tokyo Olympics will come to an end with the closing ceremony for the Games on Sunday after 17 days in which the world’s biggest sporting event coped with a new, aggressive wave of Covid-19 and a Japanese public that remained uninterested to the end in the role of …

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Germany’s confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 3,127 – RKI

[ad_1] BERLIN, Aug 8 (Reuters) – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 3,127 to 3,790,766, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed on Sunday. The reported death toll rose by 4 to 91,782, the tally showed. (Reporting by Berlin Newsroom; Editing by …

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The Day – Doctors: Breakthrough cases shouldn’t undermine confidence in coronavirus vaccine

[ad_1] Feeling ill, Michelle Johnson entered the emergency room at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital a couple of weeks ago and, in keeping with hospital protocol these days, submitted to a routine COVID-19 test. Having had the disease in the fall and been fully vaccinated against it in the spring, she …

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