WHO warns partying youngsters not to 'let down guard' on COVID-19

Coronavirus will spread in ‘one big wave’ & won’t go away as seasons change – WHO

This one is behaving differently.

After surveying 2,000 people in the United Kingdom and USA, the researchers found that the data from both countries suggests that aerosol transmission of the virus - via microdroplets which are so small that they remain suspended in the air for several hours - is very likely. "But what it particularly likes is jumping from one person to another when we come in close contact, so let's not give it that opportunity".

He added: "We and other countries are detecting young people with COVID-19, in February we never noticed them".

"One of the biggest mistakes that people make with epidemiological surveys is multiple hypothesis testing".

She said World Health Organization is monitoring coronavirus cases occurring alongside normal seasonal influenza cases amid the southern hemisphere's winter, adding that lab samples are suggesting a delayed start to flu season, per Reuters.

She went on to say "there is a huge outbreak".

"The most intense and the highest numbers are being experienced in the USA. Also, Brazil, they are an equatorial country".

"The results of this survey in terms of associations between height and diagnosis suggest downward droplet transmission is not the only transmission mechanism and aerosol transmission is possible", Evan Kontopantelis, PhD, from the University of Manchester, said in a statement. She urged vigilance in applying measures to slow transmission that is spreading via mass gatherings.

A new survey has found more evidence to suggest that people can become infected with COVID-19 through aerosol transmission, which could be prevented by wearing a mask.

A study recently in fact claimed that we might not even need vaccines if everybody took the virus seriously and follows social distancing and hand washing protocols rigorously.

Also "ensuring you stay home if you've got any symptoms at all, ensuring that if you've been in contact with somebody known to have the virus that you identify yourself and self-isolate", said Harris.



Latest news

Muslims gather in Croke Park for Eid
Eid-Ul-Adha also signifies the end of Hajj-the annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia, Islam's holiest city. Eid al-Adha is celebrated on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah which is the last month in the Islamic calendar.

OnePlus Nord Might Get Cheaper Variant With Trimmed Specs
It is also called isSM6350Products, with the SM6350 being the internal designation for Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 . The Vivo S7 is arriving next week but there are plenty of leaks and teases that have revealed a bunch ...

THAILAND Rare Indochinese tigers sighted
Globally there are estimated to be only about 3,900 tigers left in the wild, including the larger Bengal and Siberian tigers . The report revealed a rapidly expanding industry, with a third more captive tigers (33%) in Thailand in the past five years.

Dr. Anthony Fauci likes how Major League Baseball is handling Miami Marlins’ coronavirus outbreak
Hours later, it was revealed more Marlins players had tested positive for the illness and they were forced to stay in the city. Despite four Marlins testing positive for coronavirus Sunday, the team still played its game against the Phillies .

Coronavirus: Excess Covid-19 deaths during Europe's outbreak highest in England
It is the first time they have compared mortality rates in different countries to measure the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Regions in Spain , Italy and England made up the top 20 areas across Europe with the highest recorded peak mortality rates.

Other news