FDA offers mammo facility guidance for COVID-19

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has posted guidance for mammography...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: FDA cuts back on U.S. inspections due to COVID-19 FDA pauses international inspections due to COVID-19 FDA recognizes AI-based image acquisition software FDA proposes electronic 510(k) submission template FDA seeks help to prevent vaping-related lung injuries
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Citing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic, Aurora Health Care is postponing the opening of its $130 million clinic, ambulatory surgery center and physician office building in Pleasant Prairie. The Pleasant Prairie facility is the first major health care project in southeast Wisconsin announced as delayed by COVID-19 challenges in the health care industry. Aurora Health Care didn’t immediately respond to questions seeking more details on the reasons for the decision. However, parent company…
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[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari will address Nigerians on Sunday by 7:00 p.m., his office has said, amidst criticisms by many Nigerians over his failure to address the country since the COVID-19 pandemic broke.
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[Nation] The number of coronavirus cases in Kenya has risen to 42 after four more cases were confirmed on Sunday.
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Nearly 900 positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported in North Texas, including 13 deaths. Two North Texas U.S. Postal workers were a part of that number after they tested positive for the disease as well, USPS officials confirmed Saturday. One of the employees works at Huffhines Park Post Office while the other is at the Dallas Network Distribution Center. "We are in the process of reaching out to the local public health offices and will follow the guidance they provide," USPS officials said…
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Such a measure has never been a real consideration, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said late Saturday night in an interview with the Business Journal. But an area industry organization executive said a potential construction shutdown seemed to be “very much in the cards” based on his conversation with Jenkins.
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Industry leaders are hopeful a new initiative can rescue some Alamo City inns from closure as the COVID-19 pandemic has sunk hotel occupancy levels to dangerous lows. The American Hotel&Lodging Association has launched a new program called Hotels for Hope. The San Antonio Hotel&Lodging  Association is collecting a database of properties who want to participate in the initiative. The plan, said SAHLA Interim President Michelle Madson, is to identify hotels in the area, especially those closer…
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Longer, lighter days can help us banish old habits, sleep better and improve our mental health, even during the lockdownThank goodness that, in this time of crisis, it is now spring. In the northern hemisphere, at least, we can say hello to green shoots, flowers, bumblebees and butterflies. Finally, the clocks have gone back to British Summer Time. We ’ve lost an hour of sleep, but hello, light.The greatest hope for the new season this year isthatbetter weather will start to makeit harder for coronavirus to spread. And for those lucky enough to still have their health, spring can provide other consolations. Its stron...
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Human trials will begin imminently – but even if they go well and a cure is found, there are many barriers before global immunisation is feasibleCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageEven at their most effective – and draconian – containment strategies have only slowed the spread of the respiratory disease Covid-19. With the World Health Organization finally declaring a pandemic, all eyes have turned to the prospect of a vaccine, because only a vaccine can prevent people from getting sick.About 35 companies and academic institutions are racing to create such a vaccine, at least...
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