How coronavirus affects the brain

Six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re still learning what the disease can do. There are now detailed reports of brain illness emerging in people with relatively mild lung illness, in those who are critically ill and also in those in recovery. One key thing we’re seeing is that severity of lung illness doesn’t always correlate with severity of neurological […]

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District administrator Sven-Georg Adenauer wants to present Tönnies the bill

The meat company, Tönnies will pay for the damage it has caused. The district of Gütersloh, Sven-Georg Adenauer said on Tuesday. How high is the damage sum is not excessive, but it is still open. O-TON, SVEN-GEORG ADENAUER, LANDRAT OF GUETERSLOH: “Mr Tönnies has declared that it is prepared to assume the costs for the testing. But the cover is […]

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From Australia to Portugal: These countries have access again to the Lockdown

With the onset of the Corona-pandemic and the rising infection and death, many countries have introduced figures of worldwide regulations in order to curb the spread of the Virus. Often these rules in a Lockdown, so a shutdown of the Public resulted. Such as Restaurants, Bars, gyms, and schools were closed. In some countries, was even a bit of shopping […]

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Florida's coronavirus cases top 200,000, officials announce

Fox News Flash top headlines for July 5 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. Florida health officials on Sunday announced more than 200,000 people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus since the pandemic began. The latest state statistics showed an additional 10,000 confirmed cases. The highest number of confirmed cases in a […]

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Fiji reports first coronavirus case in 78 days

Fiji’s 78-day run without coronavirus is over, with Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama confirming Monday a 66-year-old man tested positive after returning from India. It is the 19th case in the small South Pacific island nation, and more are now expected. “We’ve confirmed a border case of COVID-19 among a returning citizen while he was securely in the confines of government-funded […]

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Life after coronavirus: Prepare for a long, tiring recovery, some Colorado survivors say

More than two months after Martha Pearse first got sick with COVID-19, she’s still working her way back to normal. Pearse, 81, said she had “daunting” fatigue when she came down with the new coronavirus in mid-April. She also had severe headaches and night sweats, and lost her sense of taste and smell. As July started, she still was getting […]

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