Russian virologist infected himself with COVID-19 twice: why does he need it

Scientists around the world are working on a vaccine and treatment for COVID-19, hoping to end the disease for a long time. Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor-Virologist Alexander Chepurno conducted his own experiment, which proved that it is possible to become infected with coronavirus disease for the second time, and humanity is unlikely ...

Onions, Peaches and Chicken Salad: 8 Foods Recalled Due to Food Infections

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported several product recalls this summer, linked to foodborne disease outbreaks. Writes about this Yahoo !. The biggest review ...

Coronavirus can be re-infected: what you need to know

Researchers from the University of Hong Kong were able to identify and describe the first proven case of re-infection with coronavirus. COVID-19 was found in a 33-year-old man who recovered from the first infection back in mid-April, and exactly four months later, in August, he fell ill again. Writes about this Meduza. First repeat ...

Super-distributors: how restaurants, hotels and cafes contribute to coronavirus infection

Scientists are exploring the potential for a relapse of COVID-19 and how super-spreader businesses can contribute to the transmission of the coronavirus as states ease quarantine restrictions. Writes about this Fox Business. The researchers identified sit-down restaurants, fast food cafes and hotels as three so-called ...

To disinfect or not: no known spread of coronavirus across surfaces by WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) is not aware of any cases of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus when touching public surfaces. However, the organization still recommends disinfection of such surfaces. Writes about this edition DW with reference to the new WHO hygiene recommendations. The organization cites numerous studies on survival ...

Two cats in New York became the first pet in the world to get COVID-19

Tests of two domestic cats in the US state of New York have tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, Interfax writes. Officials from the Department of Agriculture and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said the cats tested had mild respiratory symptoms. It is assumed that the animals have contracted the virus ...

Part of COVID-19 survivors is newly infected with coronavirus: what is known

According to a recent study in China, some (about 10%) of patients who have previously recovered from coronavirus infection re-observe positive test results after being discharged from the hospital, writes Fox News. First aid doctors during the outbreak in Wuhan, China, where ...

Study: Chinese coronavirus was more active than thought

Federal studies by scientists from several large institutions have shown that the new form of coronavirus that caused the pandemic can survive in the air for hours, The Hill reported. A study pending peer review by academics from Princeton University, UCLA and the National ...

Cockroaches, rodents, and sewage: dozens of restaurants in California shut down due to poor sanitation

Seventeen restaurants and two liquor stores located in the San Fernando Valley, California, have been closed due to gross sanitation violations that pose a threat to the health of visitors. According to reports from the Los Angeles County Health Department, service has been suspended for a specified period of time due to cockroaches, pollution ...

17 children fell ill with 'werewolf syndrome' due to drug manufacturer error

More than a dozen children in Spain were diagnosed with "werewolf syndrome" after a mistake in which medicines used to treat hair loss were marketed as heartburn medicine for children. Writes about this USA Today. The Spanish Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices has confirmed the outbreak ...

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