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Houston coronavirus updates: What you need to know about April 5

Houston coronavirus updates: What you need to know about April 5

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By Alison Medley Updated 9:31 am CDT, Sunday, April 5, 2020 Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tweets about testing for those who may have immunity to COVID-19. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tweets about testing for those who may have immunity to COVID-19. Photo: Twitter/Governor Greg Abbott Photo: Twitter/Governor Greg Abbott Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tweets about testing…
Some may joke about a coronavirus baby boom. Here’s why you shouldn’t try to conceive in quarantine

Some may joke about a coronavirus baby boom. Here’s why you...

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(CNN)As much of the world settles into a new routine of social distancing, couples are likely to have a lot more free time at home to snuggle together.At first blush, you might think couples with some extra time on their hands would do things that could lead to a stork visiting nine months from now.Yet…
1918 to COVID-19: 100 years of covering pandemics | The Listening Post (Feature)

1918 to COVID-19: 100 years of covering pandemics | The Listening...

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History has shown, time and again, that the role of the media during a pandemic can be crucial, not only to our understanding of the issues at stake but to our survival as well.John M Barry is an American historian and author of the New York Times bestseller, The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of…
Death at home: the unseen toll of Italy’s coronavirus crisis

Death at home: the unseen toll of Italy’s coronavirus crisis

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MILAN (Reuters) - It took Silvia Bertuletti 11 days of frantic phone calls to persuade a doctor to visit her 78-year-old father Alessandro, who was gripped by fever and struggling for breath. FILE PHOTO: A priest blesses the coffin of a woman who died from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at her funeral, as Italy struggles to…

Fewer deaths in Veneto offer clues for fight against coronavirus

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State spends $72 million for extra hospital beds, staff around Ga.

State spends $72 million for extra hospital beds, staff around Ga.

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Gov. Brian Kemp and the state’s coronavirus task force said Saturday four new mobile medical units and expansions at two hospitals will add nearly 300 hospital beds to Georgia’s inventory as the state prepares for the coming peak in patient demand from COVID-19. Kemp said in a news release that 20-bed mobile medical units will…
Mass isolation and quarantine ordered for COVID-19 patients in Contra Costa County

Mass isolation and quarantine ordered for COVID-19 patients in Contra Costa...

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by: Philippe Djegal Posted: Apr 4, 2020 / 10:15 PM PDT / Updated: Apr 4, 2020 / 10:17 PM PDT CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) — At the beginning of March, there were no reported cases of the novel coronavirus in Contra Costa County.​ Now, as of Saturday — 353 people have tested positive.​ More…
Five more residents test positive for COVID-19 in Shasta County, bringing total to 17

Five more residents test positive for COVID-19 in Shasta County, bringing...

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Five more residents test positive for COVID-19 in Shasta County, bringing total to 17 - KRCRTV.COM
Coronavirus in Brooklyn: An I.C.U. Fights for Each Life

Coronavirus in Brooklyn: An I.C.U. Fights for Each Life

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Nearly every patient was on a ventilator. Some were in their 80s, some in their 30s. Medical workers were falling fast and had to be resourceful — “the alternative,” one said, “is death.”VideotranscripttranscriptWhat It’s Like to Be a Critical Care Doctor Battling Covid-19 in New YorkThe Brooklyn Hospital Center is on the front lines of…
Number of coronavirus intensive care patients in Italy drops for first time

Number of coronavirus intensive care patients in Italy drops for first...

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MILAN (Reuters) - Italy reported its lowest daily rise in COVID-19 deaths for nearly two weeks on Saturday and said the number of patients in intensive care had fallen for the first time. Municipal workers distribute masks and gloves at the Rialto market, as new restrictions for open-air markets were implemented by the Veneto region…
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