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CDC: 90% of Coronavirus Hospitalized Patients Have Underlying Conditions

CDC: 90% of Coronavirus Hospitalized Patients Have Underlying Conditions

Nearly 90 percent of U.S. coronavirus patients who have been hospitalized have underlying health problems, or comorbidities, reports the Centers
Scientists discover coronavirus can kill immune cells usually used to fight off illness

Scientists discover coronavirus can kill immune cells usually used to fight off illness

Scientists have made a discovery as they continue to research coronavirus, finding its cells have the ability to destroy the
N.J. hospital is 1st in U.S to try placenta therapy on critically ill coronavirus patient

N.J. hospital is 1st in U.S to try placenta therapy on critically ill coronavirus patient

Using a cutting-edge experimental therapy, doctors at a Bergen County hospital on Saturday injected cells from a placenta into a
Coronavirus found in air samples up to 13 feet from patients

Coronavirus found in air samples up to 13 feet from patients

A new study examining air samples from hospital wards with COVID-19 patients has found the virus can travel up to
Chinese Doctor Shi Zhengli Ran Coronavirus Research in Wuhan After US Project Was Shut Down by DHS in 2014

Chinese Doctor Shi Zhengli Ran Coronavirus Research in Wuhan After US Project Was Shut Down by DHS in 2014

Chinese Doctor Shi Zhengli was part of a team that working on a coronavirus project jointly with US doctors in
Coronavirus May ‘Reactivate’ in Cured Patients, Korean CDC Says

Coronavirus May ‘Reactivate’ in Cured Patients, Korean CDC Says

The coronavirus may be “reactivating” in people who have been cured of the illness, according to Korea’s Centers for Disease
“HERD IMMUNITY”: Epidemiologist Says Lockdowns Are Only Prolonging Coronavirus Issue

“HERD IMMUNITY”: Epidemiologist Says Lockdowns Are Only Prolonging Coronavirus Issue

A veteran epidemiologist has added to the growing conversation on this pandemic. He is even saying that the pandemic, per
Coronavirus patients report strange new symptom: ‘Fizzing’

Coronavirus patients report strange new symptom: ‘Fizzing’

Add this to the growing list of the coronavirus‘ awful toll on victims: a symptom that produces a strange buzzing
Smithfield temporarily shuts pork plant due to coronavirus

Smithfield temporarily shuts pork plant due to coronavirus

A Smithfield Foods pork processing plant in South Dakota will temporarily close for cleaning after more than 80 employees were
Meat Processing Plants Suspend Operations After Workers Fall Ill

Meat Processing Plants Suspend Operations After Workers Fall Ill

Several meat processing plants around the U.S. are sitting idle this week because workers have been infected with the coronavirus.
Coronavirus unlikely to significantly diminish with warm weather.. Such fearmongering

Coronavirus unlikely to significantly diminish with warm weather.. Such fearmongering

A panel convened by the National Academies of Sciences reported to the White House on Tuesday that the novel coronavirus
Italian minister says coronavirus ‘tsunami’ is slowly starting to back down but ‘hugs and kisses’ won’t return without a vaccine

Italian minister says coronavirus ‘tsunami’ is slowly starting to back down but ‘hugs and kisses’ won’t return without a vaccine

Deputy health minister Pierpaolo Sileri said that normal life would only return to Italy after an inoculation was readily available,
Tuckers warn supply chain in jeopardy; confusion reigns on shutdown

Tuckers warn supply chain in jeopardy; confusion reigns on shutdown

As the number of COVID-19 deaths in Johnson County increased to a total of nine Monday, truckers are sounding the
Hospitals to List COVID-19 as Cause of Death Even if It’s “Assumed to Have Caused Or Contributed to Death”

Hospitals to List COVID-19 as Cause of Death Even if It’s “Assumed to Have Caused Or Contributed to Death”

The Coronavirus crisis took the US by storm, spiking unemployment and crashing the stock market virtually over night. The media
$1,000 fine to residents caught without a mask in Texas city

$1,000 fine to residents caught without a mask in Texas city

A city in Texas is taking drastic measures to stop the spread of COVID-19. Laredo will be requiring every resident
NYC no longer transporting cardiac patients to hospital if they can’t be revived on scene

NYC no longer transporting cardiac patients to hospital if they can’t be revived on scene

New guidance for EMS in New York City and Long Island says that patients in cardiac arrest should not be
Survivors of COVID-19: Hospitals want to test your blood for potential life-saving therapy

Survivors of COVID-19: Hospitals want to test your blood for potential life-saving therapy

The plasma of COVID-19 patients could be a life-saving treatment for others. Hackensack University Medical Center has received approval from
U.S. eases ban on gay blood donors amid coronavirus

U.S. eases ban on gay blood donors amid coronavirus

The United States on Thursday relaxed its policy on gay and bisexual men only donating blood after a one-year period of