Air travelers hiding coronavirus infections to get into Hong Kong highlight reopening risks

(Natural News) Hong Kong authorities have confirmed that a number of people infected with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) had flown into the territory in recent days. These incidents highlight the challenges of controlling the pandemic while governments attempt to safely reopen borders. According to Hong Kong authorities, the travelers confirmed to have the coronavirus included one passenger traveling on...
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Abstract OBJECTIVE: to discuss the application of Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice for attire and unattire training in the context of COVID-19 and structure a practical guide to the application at this juncture. METHODS: this methodological study described theoretical and practical aspects of the application of a simulation strategy as a technological training tool. An application guide was constructed from the search for evidence from the main health authority bodies in Brazil. RESULTS: maximizing time in Deliberate Practice, feedback with evidence and psychological security are the principles of this st...
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CONCLUSION: There are still challenges to be overcome by the children and their families in situations of vulnerability against COVID-19. PMID: 32609250 [PubMed - in process]
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In conjunction with our July 3 lists, we are looking at how Covid-19 has affected seniors.
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Investment with India made in US firm OneWeb after Brexit locks UK out of Europe ’s satellite navigation systemThe UK government has pledged to invest $500m ( £400m) in bankrupt satellite company OneWeb, giving it a stake in a business that provides broadband from space.The government, which has proven so farunwilling to take stakes in major British companieshit by the coronavirus pandemic, will receive a “significant equity share” in the loss-making company as it seeks to make“high-risk, high-payoff” investmentsof the kind advocated by10 Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings.Continue reading...
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Next week, we’ll be wrapping up Coronapod in its current form. Please fill out our short survey to let us know your thoughts on the show.In this episode:02:15 Simulating pandemicsResearchers have run numerous military-style simulations to predict the consequences of fictitious viral outbreaks. We discuss how these simulations work, what recommendations come out of them and if any of these warnings have been heeded.24:08 One good thingOur hosts pick out things that have made them smile in the last week, including audience feedback, the official end of the Ebola outbreak in the northeastern Democratic Republic of the C...
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[WHO] Juba, 3 July 2020 - the World Health Organization (WHO) and the UK's Department for International Development (DFID) today handed over 160 oxygen concentrators to South Sudan's Ministry of Health to support the country in their response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Publication date: Available online 18 June 2020Source: Journal of the American College of RadiologyAuthor(s): Jason J. Naidich, Artem Boltyenkov, Jason J. Wang, Jesse Chusid, Danny Hughes, Pina C. Sanelli
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Responding to data published today (Friday) by the Office for National Statistics that show nearly 20,000 care home residents have died from coronavirus, UNISON senior national officer Gavin Edwards said: “This appalling death toll is yet more evidence care was left high and dry when the pandemic hit. “Many elderly residents were at the mercy of the virus and low-paid care staff were poorly protected. “The best run homes pay employees full wages to workers off sick. In others, ill staff are effectively forced into turning up for work because they can’t survive with no money coming in. &ldq...
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The public has become more accustomed to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the virus no less infectious now than it was in the winter.
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CONCLUSIONS: Adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic in a high-volume pediatric cardiac catheterization laboratory can be safely and effectively managed by prioritizing emergent and urgent cases and modifying workflow operations. The experience of this center may assist other pediatric cardiac catheterization laboratories in adapting to similar practice changes as the pandemic continues to evolve. PMID: 32610270 [PubMed - in process]
Source: The Journal of Invasive Cardiology - Category: Cardiology Tags: J Invasive Cardiol Source Type: research
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