Virus death toll linked to Maine wedding grows to 7

Public health authorities say the death toll from a coronavirus outbreak linked to a Maine wedding reception has grown to seven
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CONCLUSION: These data support a link between TLR4 signaling and pathological inflammation during COVID-19 and contribute to develop therapeutic approaches through targeting TLR4-mediated inflammation. PMID: 32989935 [PubMed - in process]
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Campaign scoring countries for global access efforts calls for more British transparencyCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe UK is doing more than most countries to support access to Covid vaccines for the poorest populations in the world, but it is not transparent enough about the deals it is doing at home, according to an international aid organisation launching a tracker.The One campaign has given countries and pharmaceutical companies scores for the efforts they have made to ensure the poorest get vaccines. In the vaccine access test no country or company scores green, the top rating, c...
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Local leaders say financial support needed when new restrictions are imposedThe Merseyside economy may collapse and leave a legacy of poverty “for generations to come” without urgent financial support tied to new coronavirus restrictions, according to the region’s political leaders.Steve Rotheram, the metro mayor of the Liverpool city region, and six civic leaders, said Merseyside ’s public finances were “at breaking point” and needed a “comprehensive package of financial support” from the Treasury when new lockdown measures are imposed.Additional restrictions are expected to...
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Authors: Lotfinejad P, Asadzadeh Z, Najjary S, Somi MH, Hajiasgharzadeh K, Mokhtarzadeh A, Derakhshani A, Roshani E, Baradaran B Abstract The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has posed a serious threat to public health. There is an urgent need for discovery methods for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 infection. Understanding immunogenicity together with immune responses are expected to provide further information about this virus. We hope that this narrative review article may create new insights for researchers to take great strides toward designing vaccines and novel therapies in the near ...
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