Spain is the worst-affected country behind Italy, but ministers are hopeful the curve is flattening.
While many of us have locked ourselves in our houses with our 3000 rolls of toilet paper and endless Zoom hangouts, others of us still think this whole “global pandemic” thing is a huge hilarious joke. Now, at least one of those jokesters has tested positive for covid-19. Life comes at you fast, etc.
The Senate Committee on Health, Education and Labor suspended its hearing on the country's coronavirus response this week out of concerns of spreading the virus. Based on recommendations from @HHSGov, @CDCgov and @NIH, Ranking Member @PattyMurray and I are postponing until further
Russia has implemented measures in most regions, but people are wary amid a swathe of disinformation.
Some of the coronavirus tests imported by Britain have been found to be contaminated by the virus. British labs have been told to expect delays in the delivery of some components for the kits after traces of the novel coronavirus were found on them, reported The Daily Telegraph. The British government has faced criticism for [
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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear blasted the existence of "coronavirus parties” in a press conference on Tuesday, as the state’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases jumped to 163. At least one of the cases, the governor said, came from somebody who attended such a gathering, which he described as a group
Public Domain: NIAID Rocky Mountain Laboratories (RML), U.S. NIH
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, seems like a good and dedicated public servant. He has been with the NIH since 1968 and was a key player in the 2003 plan to combat AIDS as well as heading up a group considering how to protect against the threat of bioterrorism following 9/11. He’s done important work not just on fighting HIV/AIDS, but in addressing several diseases of the immune system. He was...
Analysis: Health correspondent Shaun Lintern says Whitehall has now accepted the coronavirus will spread and the focus is on handling the fallout