Noem: Tribes' checkpoints dispute not just about coronavirus

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem says that her stance against Native American tribes operating coronavirus checkpoints on federal and state highways isn’t just about the response to the coronavirus pandemic
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South Africa sees record jump in cases; New York urges protesters to get tested; Turkey announces weekend lockdown in 15 cities; US jobless claims pass 42m. Follow the latest updatesBrazil infections pass 600,000 as death toll passes Italy ’sSouth Africa sees record jump in casesCoronavirus latest: at a glanceSee all our coronavirus coverage6.27amBSTBritain ’s test-and-trace systemcould take another four months before it is working properly, the Guardian has learned, raising concerns about how the country might cope with a second wave of coronavirus infections. Tony Prestedge, a banker drafted in to run the NHS...
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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has placed a significant strain on healthcare providers. As the number of patients continue to surge, healthcare workers are now forced to find different approaches to practicing medicine that may affect patient care. In addition, COVID-19 has many cardiovascular complications that affect the clinical course of patients. In this article, we summarize the cardiovascular impact of COVID-19 and some of the challenges that patients and the healthcare system will face during this pandemic.
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CONCLUSION: Turkey has avoided the disease for some time but as inevitable as it is, our country has been added to the countries which are infected. PMID: 32490641 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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“When I first heard about medical schools fast-tracking graduation for students and shifting young residents into high need areas to fight the pandemic of COVID-19, I thought of how panicked those students and residents must feel. Asking them to step in to fight a battle we don ’t know how to win, and envisioning them witnessing […]Find jobs at  Careers by KevinMD.com.  Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now.  Learn more.
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Hawaii is receiving $1.5 million in federal funds for various health care purposes amid the Covid-19 pandemic, U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz announced Thursday. The money can be used to support the state's coronavirus response by addressing the needs of Isle hospitals, health systems and health care providers. Specifically, the funds can go toward training health care workers, replenishing health care supplies and PPE, and coordinating efforts across heal th care facilities, among other uses. These funds…
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Authorities in Mexico and Central America are putting their plans for dealing with the hurricane season amid the coronavirus pandemic into action
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ConclusionIt is now time to end prejudice and adopt in this fight against Covid-19 alternative therapeutic techniques and practices that historically have proven effective in corresponding situations.
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In a week when the attention of Americans abruptly shifted from a paralyzing coronavirus pandemic to outrage over the deaths of black people in police custody, they learned that while George Floyd survived one threat, he was unable to live through the other.
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In late May, an otherwise relatively healthy New York City woman began having trouble speaking, and she felt weak on the right side of her body. But she could still walk and take care of herself, and with the coronavirus pandemic raging, visiting a hospital seemed too dangerous. The next day, her speech had gotten worse, and she could barely move the right side of her body. Her family called 911 and she was rushed to the hospital, where doctors determined she had suffered a stroke. By the time the woman left the hospital, she was no longer able to walk by herself, and was having difficulty speaking and understanding other...
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Authors: Talevi D, Socci V, Carai M, Carnaghi G, Faleri S, Trebbi E, di Bernardo A, Capelli F, Pacitti F Abstract The coronavirus disease 2019 (CoViD-19) caused by the novel Coronavirus strain SARS-CoV-2 is currently a pandemic. On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the CoViD-19 outbreak is a public health emergency of international concern. The virus has already had a direct impact on the physical health of million people, and besides, it is supposed to pose a mental health threat of great magnitude globally. This review aims at synthesizing mounting evidence concerning the immediate psy...
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