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Several Major Airlines Will Accept Digital Health Passes To Prove COVID-19 Free Status

Several Major Airlines Will Accept Digital Health Passes To Prove COVID-19 Free Status

The idea of storing your health data on your smartphone might seem a little dangerous, especially if that information is leaked, but it seems that the concept might now be put to the test because starting in December, several major airlines have announced that they will start to accept digital health passes to allow passengers …

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FDA Clears Use Of Lab-Made Antibodies For COVID-19 Treatment

FDA Clears Use Of Lab-Made Antibodies For COVID-19 Treatment

Right now vaccines for the coronavirus are still being developed and it could only be in 2021 where we’ll be able to get our hands on them. This means that for now, patients who have COVID-19 will need to be treated as the symptoms come up, but the FDA is trying to make that process …

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FDA Issues Emergency Use Authorization for Regeneron Monoclonal Antibody Cocktail

FDA Issues Emergency Use Authorization for Regeneron Monoclonal Antibody Cocktail

An attending physician listens to the breathing of a patient who is recovering after admission to an intensive care unit in the coronavirus patient nursing department of The HMC Westeinde Hospital in The Hague on April 4, 2020.Photo: Remko de Waal/ANP/AFP (Getty Images) The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday issued an emergency use authorization …

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California Says Tesla Workers Are Now ‘Essential,’ and Can Ignore Stay-at-Home Order

California Says Tesla Workers Are Now ‘Essential,’ and Can Ignore Stay-at-Home Order

An aerial view of the Tesla Fremont Factory on May 12, 2020 in Fremont, California.Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty Images) Workers that make Teslas during the coronavirus pandemic are now apparently considered “essential” in the state of California, which has reported an average of 10,981 new covid-19 infections per day in the last week. This means …

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Tragic: Gun Manufacturers Temporarily Worth Slightly Less Due to Lack of Civil War

Tragic: Gun Manufacturers Temporarily Worth Slightly Less Due to Lack of Civil War

Guns at a National Rifle Association convention in Dallas in May 2018.Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty Images) The November 2020 elections failed to culminate in the nightmare, worst-case scenario many onlookers feared, which is generally good news if you don’t happen to be a firearms manufacturer. Advertisement Gun stocks plunged on Monday after so-called stay-at-home stocks …

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Researchers Develop Nasal Spray That Could Prevent COVID-19 Infections

Researchers Develop Nasal Spray That Could Prevent COVID-19 Infections

Many are waiting for the day that our lives can return to normal, but that will have to wait until the coronavirus pandemic has been dealt with. Ideally, a vaccine would be the best-case scenario where we immunize ourselves to the virus, but it has been suggested that even then, vaccines won’t be a permanent …

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White House Vs. Coronavirus: Round 2

White House Vs. Coronavirus: Round 2

President Donald Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus, meaning that the White House may soon be dealing with a second outbreak on top of a contentious presidential election.Photo: Joshua Roberts (Getty Images) President Donald Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows has tested positive for coronavirus, multiple outlets reported …

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CDC Lifts Covid-19 Ban on Cruises, but Still Recommends People Steer Clear of Cruises

CDC Lifts Covid-19 Ban on Cruises, but Still Recommends People Steer Clear of Cruises

The Diamond Princess cruise ship approaches Daikoku Pier where it will be resupplied and newly diagnosed coronavirus cases taken to hospital while it remains in quarantine off the port of Yokohama after a number of the 3,700 people on board were confirmed to have coronavirus on February 6, 2020.Photo: Carl Court (Getty Images) Despite acknowledging …

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Super Typhoon Goni, the World’s Strongest Storm This Year, Makes Landfall in the Philippines

Super Typhoon Goni, the World’s Strongest Storm This Year, Makes Landfall in the Philippines

Residents carrying their belongings arrive at an evacuation center in Legaspi, Albay province, south of Manila on October 31, 2020, ahead of Typhoon Goni’s landfall.Photo: Charism Sayat / AFP (Getty Images) Days after being hit by Typhoon Molave, the Philippines braced itself as another storm, Super Typhoon Goni, made landfall on Saturday. Goni is a …

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Covid-19 May Cause 'Significant' Declines in Cognitive Function, According to Survey of Patients

Covid-19 May Cause ‘Significant’ Declines in Cognitive Function, According to Survey of Patients

Pedestrians cross a road in London in October 2020.Photo: John Phillips (Getty Images) A study of more than 84,500 people backs prior indications that surviving the novel coronavirus may be associated with potentially serious cognitive deficits, Reuters reported on Tuesday. While the new study, which is based on an online survey, has some major limitations, …

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