In 30 seconds: Israel has developed the fastest test for coronavirus

Israeli startup NanoScent and Sheba Medical Center are testing an innovative device capable of detecting coronavirus within 30 seconds. Writes about this "New Time". For this purpose, a person exhales air into a plastic bag with sensor chips capable of "fixing the smell" of the virus, the researchers assure. ...

'Weakened version of the virus': scientists have found out how a person affects the SARS-CoV-2 mutation

Researchers say SARS-CoV-2 is mutated by human proteins that break it down. But, despite this, the system of "natural selection" embedded in the virus allows it to recover, writes Fox News. Scientists from the University of Bath in the UK and the University of Edinburgh say their ...

Second round of coronavirus relief: who will be eligible for money

Are you eligible for a second coronavirus relief check? How income, marital status, number of dependents, and citizenship can affect the ability to receive money from the IRS, CNet found. On Monday, July 27, the Senate will decide on ...

Blacklist: Delta imposed sanctions against 120 passengers for refusing to wear masks

Air travel is becoming more and more difficult for those who refuse to wear protective masks. Delta Air Lines added 120 passengers to its "no-fly" list after they refused to comply with the carrier's requirement to wear masks on board, writes CBS News. “Countless ...

9 things and services that have fallen in price due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic continues: while some aspects of daily life have more or less returned to normal for many people, others remain unemployed or afraid to leave home as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in parts of the country, writes Money Talks ...

24 English idioms almost everyone makes mistakes

If you are going to live in the United States or interact with native English speakers, you need to master the most commonly used idioms. Their peculiarity is that they are often confused and lost in translation. Reader's Digest has collected 24 of the most common idioms, ...

Scientists have found out why the risk of contracting COVID-19 again is extremely low

Antibodies have become commonplace in this pandemic era, suggesting that they are the best way to tame the deadly coronavirus. But when important data on vaccines against COVID-19 were published the other day, the unsung immune player was in the spotlight: ...

US authorities order first 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine: vaccinated for free

On July 22, Pfizer and BioNTech said the US government had ordered an initial batch of 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine worth $ 1,95 billion from them and could purchase up to 500 million additional doses. US residents will be vaccinated with this ...

Tax 2020: if you are late filing your tax return, you can pay more

Late taxpayers must file their tax returns as soon as possible, otherwise the amount of fines and interest due will rise, warns the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Fines and interest apply to taxes due after July 15, Fox Business recalls. This year…

California came out on top in COVID-19 in the USA: young people are sick en masse

California bypassed New York in the statistics of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and took first place in the United States, writes Fox News. In third place is Florida. In California, as of Wednesday, July 22, there were more than 409 confirmed cases of coronavirus, which allowed ...

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