Tag Archives: Psychology

Coronavirus Latest: Pritzker says state heading toward stay-at-home order | News Headlines

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — Here are the latest COVID-19 updates for the St. Louis area. 3:40 p.m. New restrictions to be announced Friday County Executive Dr. Sam Page will announce new COVID-19 restrictions in St. Louis County Friday. Page will make a series of announcements on new restrictions that will …

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Coronavirus Latest: St. Louis hospitalizations increase to new record | News Headlines

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — Here are the latest COVID-19 updates for the St. Louis area. 2:20 p.m. The number of people hospitalized in St. Louis with COVID-19 went up again Thursday, with the virus showing no signs of letting up in the area. As of Thursday, 681 people were in …

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One in 5 COVID-19 patients develop mental illness within 90 days -study

LONDON, Nov 9 (Reuters) – Many COVID-19 survivors are likely to be at greater risk of developing mental illness, psychiatrists said on Monday, after a large study found 20% of those infected with the coronavirus are diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder within 90 days. Anxiety, depression and insomnia were most …

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COVID-19: ‘Alarming’ surge in coronavirus cases continues after state reports record 4,741 confirmed infections | Local News

Testing at state-run sites can provide results in about 7-10 days. Tulsa Health Department, using a mix of public and private labs to process about 600 specimens weekly, provides results within an average of three calendar days. Click here to set up an appointment at the following locations: North Regional Health …

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Idaho is entering 3rd coronavirus wave, health experts say | Local

Pamela Downer, the nurse oversight manager at Veranda Senior Living in Meridian, is tested via nasal swab for COVID-19 by another employee, as the staff are trained on how to administer coronavirus tests by Crush The Curve Idaho on May 28. Darin Oswald, Idaho Statesman BOISE (AP) — Idaho now …

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North Dakota coronavirus news, Sept. 20: Behavioral Health Bridge available | Health

Coronavirus FAQ What is the coronavirus? The coronavirus outbreak started in Wuhan, China, in late 2019 and has spread worldwide. The new virus causes a disease known as COVID-19. The virus is part of a larger family of coronaviruses, which can lead to illnesses ranging from a mild common cold …

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Coronavirus stigma runs deep and dangerous in Indonesia

By Kate Lamb, Stanley Widianto (Reuters) – When Ari Harifin Hendriyawan’s mother tested positive for the coronavirus, their neighbours brought a hammer and nails and boarded up the lane. Ari Harifin, 23, stands at his family’s house amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Sukabumi, West Java Province, Indonesia, September …

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Coronavirus stigma runs deep and dangerous in Indonesia

By Kate Lamb, Stanley Widianto (Reuters) – When Ari Harifin Hendriyawan’s mother tested positive for the coronavirus, their neighbours brought a hammer and nails and boarded up the lane. Ari Harifin, 23, stands at his family’s house amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Sukabumi, West Java Province, Indonesia, September …

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Health Department moves county into COVID-19 red level | Coronavirus

The Jefferson County Health Department announced today (Sept. 8) that it has moved the county into the red level on the agency’s four-color system used to alert residents about the level of threat COVID-19 poses to the community and the preventive steps needed to curb the spread of the virus. …

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I’ve spent years taming the OCD monster. Coronavirus has ruined everything | Society

For many of us, coronavirus has inspired a bit of a germ obsession. We wash our hands until they’re chapped. We see other people as potential vectors. We wipe down our groceries with Lysol, apparently having decided that, if it comes to it, we’d rather die of disinfectant poisoning than …

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