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CoronaVirus Airborne– What That Really Means

Where before we could rely on the presence of symptoms in others to assess our level of risk (i.e., coughing or sneezing, sweating, fever), now it appears that reducing the chance of personal contact may not be enough.

Acclaimed Houston Forward Times Columnist Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Admitted to ICU

“I didn’t have a fever, I didn’t have shortness of breath, and I wasn’t coughing heavily.” What Boney did experience was a loss of appetite, heavy diarrhea, and pain in his stomach.

U.S. CoronaVirus Death Tally: More Killed Than in 9/11 Attacks

CoronaVirus Death Toll: 39,014 Total.  601,362 active cases.  162,937 people recovered. I have a couple of conspiracy theorist friends who are still resisting the seriousness...

Trump Administration Makes Sweeping Regulatory Changes to Help U.S. Healthcare System Address COVID-19 Patient Surge

An unprecedented temporary relaxation in regulation will help the healthcare system deal with patient surges by giving it tools and support to create non-traditional care sites and staff them quickly

Trump Administration Engages America’s Hospitals in Unprecedented Data Sharing

The Trump Administration is requesting that hospitals report COVID-19 testing data to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

Spokesman: Cosby Lawyers to Seek Early Release Because of Pandemic

Early release will be sought for Bill Cosby, who is in the second year of a 3-to-10 year prison sentence; while he doesn’t have the virus, his age (82), blindness, and high blood pressure make him vulnerable to COVID-19.

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