Epidemiologist: quarantine stretches a pandemic in time, but does not reduce the number of infected

While authorities in major cities in the United States and around the world are implementing stringent measures to control the spread of coronavirus, public health experts have warned that a couple of weeks of self-isolation will not solve the problem. According to them, people should ...

What epidemics did New York survive and how did it affect the look of the city

New York has experienced many troubles - from yellow fever and cholera to polio and Spanish flu. Each of these epidemics has changed the face of the city. Now the townspeople are trying to protect themselves from the coronavirus, which is also likely to leave a noticeable mark in the history of the metropolis. The publication shared the details ...

The USA has suspended the issuance of visas in most countries of the world due to coronavirus

The US authorities have suspended the issuance of visas in most of the countries of the world, including Russia, due to the threat of the coronavirus, Vedomosti writes. This is stated in a message on the State Department's Twitter page. The issuance of visas has been suspended since March 18. Embassies and consulates will ...

Traveling during a pandemic: what to take with you to protect against coronavirus

During a global outbreak of coronavirus infection, people store food in their home pantries and empty shelves of toilet paper. But what you need to buy if you are going to travel during a pandemic? Tells Fox News. Hand Sanitizer Although Control Centers ...

Fresh air and sunlight: how a 100-year-old recipe can help fight COVID-19

When new viral diseases appear, such as SARS and Covid-19, people begin to find new vaccines and treatments. As the current crisis unfolds, governments apply quarantine and isolation, and public gatherings are not encouraged. Health authorities have accepted that ...

Common Chinese Coronavirus Questions and Answers

As the Chinese coronavirus pandemic spreads around the world, millions of people want to know more about COVID-19, USA Today writes. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions. If a person has been diagnosed with the flu, but it has not been tested for Chinese coronavirus, then they can ...

Study: Chinese coronavirus was more active than thought

Federal studies by scientists from several large institutions have shown that a new form of coronavirus that caused a pandemic can survive in the air for several hours, reports The Hill. A study awaiting peer review by scientists from Princeton University, the University of California, Los Angeles and the National ...

Virologist gave valuable advice on how to avoid getting COVID-19 during a pandemic

Dr. James Robb gave important tips on how to protect yourself from infection during the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Robb is a recognized expert in the field of biological samples with more than 50 years of experience in the field of molecular pathology, virology and genetics. He is a pathologist consultant in ...

The main symptoms of COVID-19: when to think about a test for a new coronavirus

According to the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), now the situation with coronavirus "can be described as a pandemic." According to the WHO, over the past two weeks, the disease was detected in 113 countries, and the number of people infected in the world exceeded 118 thousand people, RBC informs. Head of WHO Tedros ...

Anxiety declared in Denver hospital: suspect dangerous virus

The danger of Ebola caused a hospital in Denver to shut down and call an emergency team of staff in protective suits who checked everything until it was found that the results of the analysis of the suspicious patient were negative. Denver Health Center said tonight ...

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