Get a proper chair, don’t eat at your desk, and no phones in the loo: How to keep your home workspace safe and hygienic

The onset of COVID-19 saw a dramatic shift, with many in the workforce suddenly finding themselves working from home. As hashtags sprung up on social media documenting makeshift work-from-home setups, it rapidly became evident that for many workers, their new improvised workspace fell well short of ideal. Far from having a separate home office, it emerged many employees didn’t even […]

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No evidence Colorado health department illegally altered COVID-19 death certificates, DA finds

A Colorado district attorney announced Tuesday that he found no evidence that the state’s health department illegally altered or falsified the death certificates of COVID-19 patients at a Centennial nursing home. Last month, Rep. Mark Baisley alleged the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment falsified the number of people who have died from COVID-19 amid reports that the agency […]

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No Celebration: göttingen, large families defend themselves against allegations and attack the city

After the Coronavirus outbreak in the lower Saxony town of Göttingen, in the meantime, 120 people are infected. This is the city of Göttingen said on Wednesday. Three of the patients would now be treated as an inpatient in hospitals. After the Corona onset in Göttingen in connection with several private family celebrations, the number of positive to the Virus […]

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Colorado announces no new deaths tied directly to COVID-19 for second straight day

Reports of deaths related to the new coronavirus continue to slow in Colorado, with state health officials for the second straight day announcing no new fatalities tied directly to COVID-19 and only two additional deaths of people who had contracted the virus. Deaths announced by Colorado’s Department of Public Health and Environment each day have not necessarily occurred in the […]

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Colorado reports no additional deaths tied directly to COVID-19 as 426 remain hospitalized

Colorado health officials on Saturday reported 1,327 people who had contracted COVID-19 have died since the new coronavirus was first confirmed in the state, and that death-certificate data shows 1,088 fatalities were directly due to the virus. That’s an increase of three deaths of people with the virus and zero additional fatalities from COVID-19 over Friday’s tallies, though there’s a […]

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No evidence blanket ‘do-not-resuscitate’ orders for COVID-19 patients are necessary

It’s inappropriate to consider blanket do-not-resuscitate orders for COVID-19 patients because adequate data is not yet available on U.S. survival rates for in-hospital resuscitation of COVID-19 patients and data from China may not relate to U.S. patients, according to a new article published today in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, an American Heart Association journal. There is a presumption that COVID-19 […]

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