It was described as the "magic bullet" to protect against the deadly coronavirus -- a "remarkable clinical phenomenon" that could cure the disease within hours.
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Struck by a fall in demand for their fuel and anxious about a volatile energy market, oil and gas companies are lobbying governments for public funds and weaker environmental regulations. Leading firms…
Ever since the coronavirus outbreak a lot of people have been minimizing the rate of spreading -- defined as R0 or R naught. This R0 for COVID-19 without social distancing restrictions in place is 2.0
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has removed from its website highly unusual guidance informing doctors on how to prescribe hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, drugs recommended…
As of April 7, Germany had reported some 105,000 confirmed cases of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. However the country's death rate from the pandemic remains around 1.5%
It started with one doctor. On January 22, Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws published an interview with Kris Van Kerckhoven, a general practitioner from Putte, near Antwerp. “5G is life-threatening, and no one knows it”, read the headline.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for tests, 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus, Downing Street has said. He was taken to a London hospital on Sunday evening with "persistent symptoms" - including a temperature.
Feedback from small businesses on day one of their being able to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program--part of the $2 trillion relief package (the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic…
The crowded race to develop a vaccine against the new coronavirus just received a potential billion-dollar boost: Johnson & Johnson (J&J) announced on 30 March that it and the U.S. government, through an agency under the Department of Health and Human Services
Hundreds of thousands of masks and other pieces of medical equipment seized from a Brooklyn man will be distributed to medical workers on the front lines treating novel coronavirus patients in New York and New Jersey, the Justice Department and Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday.
The number of people being treated for coronavirus in intensive care wards rose by 38 on Wednesday, although the figure is not complete, officials said on Wednesday evening.
The border between Germany and Denmark is now almost completely closed due to the worsening situation in both countries from the coronavirus outbreak. However, this hasn't deterred their love.
Charter flights to bring in agricultural workers from eastern Europe are needed as a matter of urgency, otherwise fruit and vegetables will be left unpicked in Britain’s fields, the government is being warned.
Police suspect Thomas Schäfer died by suicide after his body was found on train tracks near Wiesbaden. He was the finance minister for the state of Hesse, where Germany's financial center Frankfurt lies.
The prime minister, 55, tweeted a video message confirming he has COVID-19, writing: "Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus.
German doctors' associations have agreed on a set of ethical guidelines to help doctors make life-or-death decisions when treating coronavirus patients.
President Donald Trump told America's governors in a letter on Thursday that his administration will soon set new social distancing guidelines as the coronavirus pandemic worsens.
The coronavirus pandemic is putting unprecedented strain on the U.S. economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Thursday in an exclusive interview with Savannah Guthrie on the "TODAY" show, noting, "There can be a good rebound on the other side of this."
Originally, the foreign ministers of the G-7 member states had been slated to meet in Pittsburgh this week, [...]. Instead, they met on Wednesday for four hours by video conference…
NEW ORLEANS — Yanti Turang, an emergency room nurse at a New Orleans hospital, walked out into the parking lot in full protective gear early this month to meet a…
The US has been appealing to its allies for help in obtaining medical supplies to overcome critical shortages in its fight against coronavirus. In his public rhetoric Donald Trump has been talking up the domestic private sector response to the crisis.
The Trump administration is set to use a Korean War-era defense mobilization law for the first time in the coronavirus pandemic to expedite the production of about 60,000 coronavirus test kits, as health care workers around the country face severe shortages in kits, masks, ventilators and other crucial equipment.
The Fletcher and Van der Valk hotel chains have begun converting some of their hotels into emergency hospitals for patients who are too ill to remain at home but who do not need emergency care.
A supermarket in Denmark has made an unusual offer to customers tempted to hoard hand sanitiser: buy one bottle for 40 kroner (£5), and they'll sell you the second for 1,000 kroner (£126).