WHO officially names coronavirus disease COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO) on February 11 announced an official designation...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Infervision launches AI software to detect coronavirus CT traces disease progression in novel coronavirus Radiologists list top 5 CT features for novel coronavirus CT, x-ray help delineate 1st coronavirus case in U.S. Wuhan coronavirus spread may be vastly underestimated
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Authors: de Sequera Ortiz P, Quiroga Gili B, de Arriba de la Fuente G, Macía Heras M, Salgueira Lazo M, Del Pino Y Pino MD, en representación de la Sociedad Española de Nefrología PMID: 32249016 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an emergency ordinance Tuesday afternoon that requires all employers with 500 or more workers to offer up to two weeks of paid sick leave for COVID-19 to their employees. The emergency legislation does not require two readings and would become law if Mayor London Breed signs it. The Public Health Emergency Leave ordinance would be in effect during the state of emergency related to the coronavirus pandemic and would apply to: Employees,…
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[VOA] Blantyre -Malawi's president has ordered a 10 percent pay cut for himself and his 32-member cabinet to cushion the impact of coronavirus on the economy.   But critics say the wage cuts are too small for a country that depends largely on donor funding, and where the virus is starting to be felt.
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Boris Johnson still in intensive care; Chinese city of Wuhan officially reopens; cases in Africa pass 10,000. Follow the latest updates.Boris Johnson ‘stable’ in intensive care and not on ventilator, says No 10Australia coronavirus updates – liveAt a glance: latest developmentsSee all of our coronavirus coverage5.16amBSTI ’m close to being this insanepic.twitter.com/6qAc8YjvUA5.11amBSTSarah Boseley speaks toProf Trudie Lang about the outbreak on the continent and explores how a history of responding toEbola and other public health emergencies could help.Related:Covid-19: how are African countries co...
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Sarah Boseley speaks toProf Trudie Lang about the outbreak on the continent and explores how a history of responding toEbola and other public health emergencies could helpContinue reading...
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President Joko Widodo had resisted lockdown measures, but an increase in burials has sparked concerns about undetected casesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSchools and workplaces will be closed in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, as greater restrictions are imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus in the city, where a sudden rise in burials has raised concerns over undetected cases.President Joko Widodo has previously resisted lockdown measures imposed in many other south-east Asian nations, but there are fears infections are not being spotted by authorities.Continue reading...
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When it takes up its next bill to combat the coronavirus raging across the U.S., Congress should include measures to combat a second epidemic that is spreading in COVID-19’s wake: social isolation.        
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Publication date: Available online 6 April 2020Source: The Lancet Respiratory MedicineAuthor(s): Jason Phua, Li Weng, Lowell Ling, Moritoki Egi, Chae-Man Lim, Jigeeshu Vasishtha Divatia, Babu Raja Shrestha, Yaseen M Arabi, Jensen Ng, Charles D Gomersall, Masaji Nishimura, Younsuck Koh, Bin Du, Asian Critical Care Clinical Trials Group
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By David Tuller, DrPH In the days before coronavirus was everything, I was writing about a major study of cognitive behavior therapy for irritable bowel syndrome. The study tested telephone-delivered cognitive behavior therapy, web-based CBT against treatment-as-usual for IBS symptom severity and other more generic domains. Although the pre-COVID era feels like ancient history already, […]
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