US hospitals, which are already struggling with COVID-19, are being targeted in massive cyberattacks from Russia

Medical personnel move a deceased patient to a refrigerated truck serving as make shift morgues at Brooklyn Hospital Center on April 09, 2020 in New York City. ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images Three US federal agencies warned that US hospitals are being targeted in cyberattacks using sophisticated malware that locks computer systems.  The FBI, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and Department for Health and Human…

Why confirming a new Supreme Court justice before the election mattered more to Republicans than another coronavirus stimulus

President Donald Trump stands with newly sworn in U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the Supreme Court marks a huge victory for Republicans. Despite the criticism from Democrats for prioritizing her appointment over passing a new COVID-19 stimulus package, experts say the GOP was following a longstanding plan. If Republicans lose both the White House…

Hospitals in Wisconsin, Texas under strain as COVID-19 cases surge

By Maria Caspani and Lisa Shumaker NEW YORK (Reuters) – UW Health University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin has been rushing to convert available space into units for COVID-19 patients, as the state’s medical facilities struggle to keep pace with a surge in new infections. As part of the effort, the medical center opened a new intensive care unit (ICU) this week ahead of schedule, and…

Some COVID-19 antibodies attack the body, not the virus: study

COVID-19 antibodies in some recovered patients ignore the virus and attack the body instead — in the same way autoimmune diseases do, a new study suggests. Researchers from Atlanta’s Emory University examined 52 patients who either had severe or critical bouts of the coronavirus and found their immune system’s reaction to the bug mirrors diseases like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, which can both be debilitating…

Far-right protesters try to enter German Parliament | DW News

Newest video release regarding Coronavirus. Check out this “Far-right protesters try to enter German Parliament | DW News” video below: In Berlin, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has condemned far-right protesters who tried to storm Germany’s parliament building. The group – some …..(read more)

Yemen bracing for coronavirus outbreak – BBC News

Newest video updates related to Coronavirus. Have a look at this “Yemen bracing for coronavirus outbreak – BBC News” video below: In Yemen, scores of Covid-19 cases have been recorded across the country. But the UN warns that the virus is spreading largely undetected in a country in the …..(read more)

Pfizer’s CEO repeatedly talked up getting coronavirus vaccine data in October. Now, he’s asking for patience.

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla effectively closed the door Tuesday on knowing whether or not its experimental coronavirus vaccine would work by the end of October. On the New York pharma giant’s third quarter earnings call, Bourla acknowledged the company has not yet started the first interim analysis for this final study, called a phase-three trial. Additionally, the CEO said it typically takes five to seven…

Coronavirus: school re-opening plan in doubt as teachers raise safety fears – BBC News

Newest video updates about Coronavirus. Check out this “Coronavirus: school re-opening plan in doubt as teachers raise safety fears – BBC News” video below: Teachers’ unions say the government’s scientific experts have not fully answered their concerns about whether it’s safe for some children in England to return to school next month. Some teachers have said social distancing will be difficult, particularly for younger pupils….

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