“We’ve never seen anything like this in the history of the planet,”
That was Gov. David Ige speaking at his Saturday press conference announcing a mandatory two-week self-quarantine for anyone getting off a plane in Hawaii.
He was speaking of the coronavirus itself, and I couldn’t believ e my ears.
The history of the planet?
Bubonic Plague wants to know what it needs to do to get remembered, because killing 60% of everyone in Europe apparently wasn’t enough. Small…
AccuWeather interviewed experts, including pathologists who have analyzed the virus, who say SARS-CoV-2 is susceptible to heat, light, and humidity, while others study weather patterns for their predictions AccuWeather, as it watched the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, wanted to know what effect that warmer spring temperatures might have on curbing […]
The department of laboratory medicine has spent $8 million to get 12,000 tests out the door, identifying around 800 COVID-19 cases as of mid-March.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -A separatist militia in Cameroon is to implement a two-week ceasefire during the COVID-19 pandemic, the BBC reports.
[Premium Times] The Embassy of the Republic of China on Wednesday donated gift items to the Nigerian ministry of health towards the prevention of Covid-19.
[Premium Times] The federal government on Thursday debunked the rumour that President Muhammadu Buhari ‘has been coughing and now on ventilator.”
[Premium Times] The presidency has outlined measures President Muhammadu Buhari has taken to help Nigeria check the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
[Premium Times] Nigeria has confirmed 14 new cases of coronavirus.
[New Times] Medical doctors in private practice or working in other sectors outside daily medical practice have expressed readiness to avail themselves to support the government’s efforts to curb coronavirus.
[The Conversation Africa] Cases of COVID-19 are rising in Nigeria. Although the federal government hasn’t announced a firm plan to lock down, individual states have started to take steps such as closing markets, schools and places of worship. Accompanying daily developments has been a rise in panic levels fuelled in many cases by misinformation. The Conversation Africa’s West Africa regional editor, Adejuwon Soyinka, put questions to Dr Doyin Odubanjo about the biggest threats to Nigeria’s war against the pandemic.
The Bell High School academic decathlon team, the L.A. area champions, studied bubonic plague and other epidemics before the coronavirus broke out.