Tag: Coronavirus

Boris Johnson expected to order lockdown for England as COVID-19 cases top 1 million

LONDON: Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to order England back into a national lockdown as the United Kingdom passed the milestone of one million...

30% drop in Covid numbers in October, 1st monthly fall since March | India News

NEW DELHI: October saw the first monthly fall in Covid-19 infections since the outbreak of the pandemic in the country, with both fresh cases and...

Med Student’s Cardiac Crisis a COVID-Era Medical Mystery

Medical student Ramya Yeleti after her incredible recovery. Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Within minutes of...

Europe risks a new economic downturn as lockdowns return

By Jack Ewing FRANKFURT, GERMANY: On paper the European economy is snapping back smartly from the pandemic, growing more in the third quarter than it...

‘Volatile’ voters could still decide the election. They tend to dislike Trump

By Giovanni Russonello John Holland, 74, is proud to call himself a political independent, and he has always made a point of voting for the...

Inequality created by lack of access to technology must be removed: CJI | India News

NAGPUR: Online functioning of courts, necessitated due to the coronavirus pandemic, created an unintended inequality as some people did not have access to digital technology,...

About 17% of COVID-19 Survivors Retest Positive on Follow-Up

Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. For reasons unknown, about 1-in-6 people who recovered from COVID-19 subsequently retested positive...

Why cinema will survive the coronavirus pandemic

Almost certainly, according to experts. Fans — and that’s most of us — have an emotional and sentimental attachment to the cinema that started in...

Grocery Workers at Risk for COVID Without Symptoms

By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Oct. 30, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Grocery workers are likely at greater risk of infection...

Lies Spread on Social Media Hamper Vaccinations

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Oct. 30, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Foreign disinformation campaigns on social media have caused vaccination rates to...

No One Tells Patients Their COVID Hospital Bills Are Covered

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. When Angela Settles’ husband, Darius, got sick with COVID-19, he was...

Chinese Americans Suffer Discrimination Related to COVID-19

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Half of Chinese American parents and their children report having experienced...

In battleground Florida, Trump and Biden host study-in-contrast rallies

TAMPA: President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden showcased their contrasting approaches to the resurgent coronavirus pandemic as they rallied supporters on Thursday in...

RN Pay Remains Stagnant; LPNs Fare a Bit Better

Wages for registered nurses (RNs) remain stagnant and COVID-19 has prompted somewhat of an exodus, voluntary and involuntary, from the nursing profession, according to the...

A cutting-edge 2020 tactic to get out the vote: Handwritten letters

By Shay Castle The hand-addressed envelope stood out to Bria East, next to the sleek flyers featuring smiling politicians promising criminal justice reform or tax...

Two COVID-19 Outpatient Antibody Drugs Show Encouraging Results

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Two COVID-19 antibody treatments, one developed by Regeneron and the other...

India dealt with border crisis with China with firmness, maturity: Foreign secretary | India News

NEW DELHI: India has dealt with the “worst crisis” in decades along its border with China with “firmness and maturity” despite facing the challenge of...

India to prioritise Covid vaccine for front line health workers

By Archana Chaudhary India’s front line health workers will be the first to be inoculated once an effective vaccine is available, according to a senior...

8 tips to work from home without being distracted

October 29, 2020 7 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. This...

We should assess our coronavirus fight against the metric of how many lives we are able to save : PM Narendra Modi

1. It’s been seven months since India launched its fight against coronavirus through the first lockdown in March. What’s your assessment on how we have...

COVID-19 Antibodies Decline Over Time, Study Shows

A study of 365,000 people in England found evidence that coronavirus antibodies decline over a 3-month period. The participants did three rounds of finger-prick...

Starting ART Before MD Visit Speeds Care

Time to enrollment in HIV treatment dropped by 53% when clinicians sent people new to HIV treatment home from intake with a bottle of universal...

The economic challenge awaiting the winner of 2020 presidential race: Millions of struggling Americans

The winner of the race for the White House will face a generation of low-to-middle income Americans struggling to get back to work because of...

Most Indian employees now want to head back to office, feel work from home less enjoyable: Survey

New Delhi: Work from home became less enjoyable for 77 per cent Indian respondents as lockdown extended, with 49 per cent missing office social life,...

More Mask Wearing Could Save 130,000 US Lives by End of February

A cumulative 511,000 lives could be lost from COVID-19 in the United States by the end of February 2021, a new prediction study reveals. However,...