Canadians on coronavirus-hit cruise ship await repatriation as Americans land home

Canadian passengers of a cruise ship that has been quarantined in Japan due to a coronavirus outbreak on board are still waiting to be repatriated as their American counterparts touched down in the U.S. on Monday.
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China ended its lockdown of the city where the pandemic emerged, and other nations consider similar steps. President Trump and other officials are questioning the W.H.O. ’s response to the outbreak.
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Tens of thousands of people left Wuhan on Wednesday morning for the first time in two and a half months after the Chinese government lifted travel restrictions on the city where the coronavirus outbreak began. Ramy Inocencio reports on how the city's residents celebrated their return to shopping, traveling and a sense of normalcy.
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Science may be able to help us find happiness during the coronavirus outbreaks. Professor Laurie Santos, who created the most popular class at Yale University, "Psychology and the Good Life," joins "CBS This Morning" with tips for people who may be feeling stressed and anxious.
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Note to our Biomedical Beat readers: Echoing the sentiments NIH Director Francis Collins made on his blog, NIGMS is making every effort during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep supporting the best and most powerful science. In that spirit, we’ll continue to bring you stories across a wide range of NIGMS topics. We hope these posts offer a respite from the coronavirus news when needed. Scientific research requires many resources, which all require funding. Credit: Michele Vaughan. Scientific inspiration often strikes unexpectedly. The Greek mathematician and inventor Archimedes first thought of the principles of vo...
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The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March 2020. The situation is evolving rapidly with global case counts and deaths increasing each day. Clinical trials and investigations to learn more about the virus, its origin, and how it affects humans are ongoing.
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During the 2020 coronavirus outbreak, we’ve been hearing a lot about “social distancing.” That is, when out in public, you should keep at least 6 feet apart from others, as much as possible. But clearly this has nothing to do keeping socially distant from others. Instead, it’s all about keeping your physical distance from others. We have more tools than ever before to keep socially connected with colleagues, friends and family. Unlike previous pandemics, we need to utilize these social connectedness tools to ensure that physical isolation doesn’t result in psychological or social isolation. I...
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The World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic on 11 March 2020. The situation is evolving rapidly with global case counts and deaths increasing each day. Clinical trials and investigations to learn more about the virus, its origin, and how it affects humans are ongoing.
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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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The novel coronavirus is spreading across the world.
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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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