Two states of the United States have canceled the mask mode and completely open the economy

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced on March 2 that he would lift the state's mask requirement, even as health officials warn against weakening security measures. Writes about this CNN. Abbott made this announcement during an event at the Torgovaya ...

Three drugs, three countries: personal stories of COVID-19 vaccination

The mass vaccination against coronavirus is going on all over the world, and, most likely, it will inevitably reach you. Three BBC journalists in three countries of the world talk about how they were vaccinated: Yana Litvinova in the UK, Oleg Boldyrev in Russia and Anastasia ...

American woman dies of COVID-19 after contracting coronavirus through donor organ

A Michigan woman died 61 days after receiving a pair of lungs from an organ donor infected with the coronavirus, according to the report. How this happened, told The New York Times. There was no indication that the donor, the woman, was fatal ...

105-year-old american survived two pandemics and defeated COVID-19: what is the secret of her health

Lucia DeKlerk has been getting a lot of attention lately. She turned 25 on January 105, the same day she was diagnosed with COVID-19, according to CBS Philly. The Mystic Meadows Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Little Egg Harbor, ...

Green tea, marijuana and coronavirus: dispel myths about treatment and risks

There are many theories on the Internet about what the coronavirus can defeat and how it should be treated. One of them is that green tea can help fight the virus, while using marijuana, on the contrary, will complicate the situation. Is this so on ...

Masks until 2022 and shocking mortality: Fauci's forecast for the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States

The number of deaths from coronavirus in the United States approached the mark of 500 thousand people. This is more than the country's combat losses in three wars, writes "RBC". 498,8 thousand people became victims of coronavirus in the United States, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. It is more than…

'Vaccine hunters': in social networks have found a way to get a vaccine against COVID-19 faster

People who have failed to make an appointment for their coronavirus vaccination are turning to Facebook groups, websites and online forums to find canceled entries, find out where to go, or simply find information that local health authorities have not provided, Axios writes. These specialized ...

Traditional Johnson & Johnson vs. Pfizer and Moderna with mRNA: Which Vaccine to Choose

Two COVID-19 vaccines are already available in the United States, and a third, developed by Johnson & Johnson, recently filed for an emergency authorization due to be considered on February 26. This means that it may be available in early March, ...

Seven new strains of coronavirus identified in the United States: they are all highly contagious

Seven new strains of coronavirus have emerged in the United States since last summer, according to a new study, and scientists fear they may be more infectious, writes the New York Post. New variants - each named after a bird - have been detailed in ...

Airlines are already testing health passports for tourists: how it works

The so-called health passports around the world are now seen as a salvation for the tourism industry. Most likely, they will become an indispensable part of the trip even after the coronavirus pandemic ends, writes Lowcost.ua. Aviation portal Simple Flying tells how ...

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