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One Way to Potentially Track Covid-19? Sewage Surveillance

Nasa Sinnott-Armstrong, a graduate student at Stanford, does not have much experience as a sewage courier—normally, they’re busy studying genetics. But as with many of us, the pandemic is upending routines. Since early March, Sinnott-Armstrong has been making the rounds of the Bay Area’s wastewater treatment plants, collecting samples that may offer clues to Covid-19’s spread around the region. Sinnott-Armstrong (who uses the pronoun they ) ... Full story

USS Theodore Roosevelt now has 416 coronavirus cases in wake of captain's firing

Sailors cheer for ousted aircraft carrier captain. The U.S. Navy confirmed Thursday that 416 crew members onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier docked in Guam, have now tested positive for the coronavirus . The number of confirmed cases jumped by 130 people in one day with more than 1,000 tests still pending. On Wednesday, the Navy released a statement that said 93% of the crew had been tested for COVID-19 , the ... Full story

"I literally feel like I failed my dad": California surgeon's parents contract COVID-19

Los Angeles — A surgeon from San Diego is worried about his parents who are half-way across the country in Missouri. Both parents were diagnosed with COVID-19 , the disease caused by coronavirus . California physician Greg Mundis feels paralyzed. His father has been on a ventilator for three weeks at a hospital. Greg Mundis' parents seen in an undated photo. "You know I have had a lot of crying spells," he told CBS News. "Certainly the longer ... Full story

Coronavirus deaths in the U.S. reveal a startling truth about America's 'two pandemics'

By The Rev. Al Sharpton. Every day, we are inundated with information about the horrors of the coronavirus pandemic . We hear about the rising number of deaths , the increasing rate of infections, the mental anguish, the shortages of critical supplies in hospitals , the people struggling to pay bills and survive, the long lines at food banks and so much more. But lost in the coverage of this virus is one critical point that we simply cannot ... Full story

Judge rejects release of vulnerable Cook County Jail inmates, orders coronavirus testing

A federal judge on Thursday denied a request to release medically vulnerable inmates at Chicago's Cook County jail but ordered officials to step up coronavirus testing for detainees and improve sanitation protocols. The facility is experiencing one of the largest outbreaks from a single location in the country. Last week, attorneys for two detainees with pre-existing medical conditions filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern ... Full story

Coronavirus: Are EU divisions banished after the deal? News

Image caption As the deadlock intensified the Netherlands was portrayed as the country holding out against a deal. Crack open the Easter eggs. They've done it! After two tortuous weeks of wrangling, EU finance ministers have agreed a number of common financial measures to protect the workers, businesses and EU countries most in need during the coronavirus pandemic. These safety nets, as the EU is calling them, amount to €500bn (£430bn; $540bn). ... Full story

Covid vs. US Daily Average Cause of Death

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Yemen confirms first virus case

The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. showed some signs of slowing with just under 1,000 deaths between Thursday and Friday morning, although the nationwide death toll continues to climb and is nearing 17,000, according to an NBC News tally Friday. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in New York State has reached 162,882. Globally, the number of cases passed 1.6 million, according to data from Johns Hopkins University , as countries ... Full story

Amazon building COVID-19 test lab for workers

Amazon is building a lab to test its workers for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. It’s the latest effort by the company to protect workers who are growing increasingly panicked as the virus spreads through Amazon warehouses. More than 50 Amazon-owned facilities have confirmed cases in the US, according to data compiled by the Financial Times , several with multiple instances of the virus. In a blog post announcing the ... Full story

What it's like to have the coronavirus, according to people who've recovered

COVID-19 has such a wide range of symptoms that you'd be hard-pressed to talk to two people who experienced the same exact thing. For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website . COVID-19 looks different on everyone. It's not the flu ; it's not the common cold . Unlike those viruses, the novel coronavirus doesn't come with a set of symptoms that show up in everyone. Some people experience a ... Full story

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