A baby is in isolation after an Alabama NICU nurse tested positive for coronavirus, family says

When Brandon Waltman went to visit his newborn baby girl in the neonatal intensive care unit of an Alabama hospital Monday night, he was told she had been placed in isolation.
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This report describes disproportionate incidence of COVID-19 infections among Utah residents living in deprived areas.
Source: CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report - Category: American Health Tags: MMWR Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease 2019 Source Type: news
This report describes demographic characteristics, underlying medical conditions, and hospital admissions of health care personnel with COVID-19 during February-July 2020.
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This report describes the percentage of investigated persons with COVID-19 who reported contacts and the percentage of contacts who were not reached in two counties in North Carolina.
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This report describes that the prevalences of prepregnancy obesity and gestational diabetes were higher among pregnant women hospitalized for COVID-19-related illness than among those admitted for pregnancy-related treatment or procedures and found to have COVID-19.
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This report describes clinical characteristics and birth outcomes of hospitalized U.S. pregnant women with COVID-19 during March 1-August 22, 2020.
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GW, Reis AB Abstract The spread of SARS-CoV-2 and the distribution of cases worldwide followed no clear biogeographic, climatic, or cultural trend. Conversely, the internationally busiest cities in all countries tended to be the hardest hit, suggesting a basic, mathematically neutral pattern of the new coronavirus early dissemination. We tested whether the number of flight passengers per time and the number of international frontiers could explain the number of cases of COVID-19 worldwide by a stepwise regression. Analysis were taken by 22 May 2020, a period when one would claim that early patterns of the pandemic...
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Peter Van Doren andDavid KempThis summer, a Washington Postarticle described the large reduction in toll ‐​road revenue caused by the coronavirus pandemic. As of July, less traffic had resulted in more than a $9 billion shortfall. Both public and private operators have lobbied for increased federal and state assistance to offset the reduction in revenue. But properly designed public‐​private pa rtnership (PPP) contracts offer an alternative to manage demand shocks.While PPPs have been relatively rare in the U.S., over the last three decades there has been €203 billion of PPP investment in Europe and $525 ...
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Authors: Ali A, Kamjani MH, Kesselman MM Abstract To date, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has infected millions of individuals around the world. This virus causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and has led to numerous deaths worldwide. A large percentage of infected patients present asymptomatically, augmenting the spread of the virus. Symptomatic COVID19 commonly causes mild to severe respiratory disease and fever, but some individuals experience serious complications that can result in death. Immune compromised, high risk, and elderly individuals are at an increased risk of more...
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Authors: Mukherjee S, Ray SK Abstract Coronavirus disease is a potentially deadly disease and of significant apprehension for global communal health potentially because of its lethality. Vaccines and antiviral medications are still under trial to prevent or treat infections of human coronavirus (HCoV) till date. The virus HCoV originate in 2003, SARS-CoV, which causes respiratory syndrome having distinctive pathogenesis and causes infections of the respiratory tract. A mechanism was projected for the evolution of SARS virus and a handy association with bats was found. When this virus reaches respective host system,...
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