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Gut bacteria linked to disease severity, immune response High mental health found in the ICU

By Nancy Lapid (Reuters) – The following is a summary of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find a cure and vaccine for COVID-19, a viral illness. Gut bacteria linked to virulence of COVID-19 immune response The microscopic organisms that live in our gut can influence the severity of COVID-19 and the body’s immune response, …

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Pfizer vaccine cuts COVID-19 transmission in half within 14 days.

short story: Working vaccineData from the Israeli launch of the Pfizer vaccine, which is run in a broad campaign, shows that the vaccine works as well. Just one first shot significantly reduced the risk of signaling, ranging from 33% to 60%. It’s the impact we hope to see from vaccines in the epidemic. But so far it has not been …

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COVID-19 in South Dakota: 452 all new cases; The death toll increased to 1,604; Active case at 4,762

PIERRE, SD (KELO) – 19 more COVID-19 deaths have been reported as the state remains below 5,000.The last time South Dakota had fewer than 5,000 cases was on date. October 8 On Wednesday, 452 new coronavirus cases were announced, bringing the state’s total number of cases to 104,195, up from Tuesday (103,743) .The total recovered cases are now 97,829. Increase …

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COVID-19 vaccine | SCDHEC

English | Español View full size Frequently asked questions Phase 1a vaccine plan Phase 1a recommendations Allocation Phase 1b Phase 1c Phase 2 Vaccine Updates What phase am I in? Our top priority is to save lives.Everyone will have a chance to get vaccinated. However, the number of the drug is currently limited in South Carolina, as it is in …

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Dr. Fauci recently issued a “very serious” warning.

For months, experts have warned that the COVID-19 outbreak will worsen in winter if people refuse to adhere to recommendations recommended by health professionals and the CDC, including limited wearing of masks. Socializing and avoiding holidays Tourism. On Tuesday, the United States reported the highest number of COVID-19 deaths per day, with more than 4,320 deaths due to the virus. …

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More than 1.5 million people infected with the coronavirus in Florida.

Florida has more than 1.5 million COVID-19 infections when it found about 15,000 new cases Tuesday, according to the Department of Health. Overall, Sunshine State appears to be third in the country for most cases of COVID-19 reported to date.California and Texas, the two most populous states, are the first and second-most states followed. order There were also 156 new …

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More than 100,000 Iowa residents have received the COVID-19 vaccine.

ALYX: The next phase of the COVID-19 virus in Iowa will begin in February 1. This includes people over 75 years of age and at high risk of exposure, such as first responders. Educated and some manufacturing workers, IOWA now still works through the first phase. Healthcare workers and long-term residents Health officials said IOWA needed 300,000 to 400,000 doses …

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Could a new corona virus one day turn into a cold?

One day Pandemic It will end. Scientists do not know how the ending will come out. But the new version offers a teaser: the deadly SARS-CoV-2 might not disappear entirely. Instead, it becomes a circulating cold virus that causes little smell. The model was published Jan. 12 in the journal. scienceBased on the analysis of others CoronavirusMost of them cause …

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