Businesses are reopening in Missouri, but a local leader warned that’s only safe if contact tracers can keep up with potential exposures.
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One woman could be seen pleading with the gunman and saying she had already been hit.
The slickly produced video has been viewed by millions, despite platforms' attempts to limit its spread.
The National Institutes of Health has given millions of dollars to scientists studying coronaviruses. That funding didn't cause the COVID-19 pandemic.
In less than a month, the baseless claim went from an obscure biohacking blog to the New York Post and RT.
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“The danger is that many, many people will die if we just let nature take its course. That's the problem. We don't want people to die.”
The two companies are developing software for iPhones and Android devices that will help health officials tell people if they were in recent contact with someone who tested positive for the virus.
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“China’s larger strategic goals, under which all of this rolls up, are to convince the world and make the world feel comfortable in China’s ascendancy.”
This is one of many initiatives to increase the amount of hospital beds in New York City.
“If you haven’t been paying attention, maybe this is your wake-up call,” said Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike.
The rumour spread like wildfire on WhatsApp as the prime minister said stricter measures were a possibility.
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Impossible to trace and difficult to debunk, rumors of a national quarantine are nevertheless false.
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There are no plans to shut down the city's roadways and subway, or to bring in the Army, in spite of false text messages you may have seen.
Impersonating the country's foreign ministry, hackers are trying to gain control of computers to carry out an unknown goal.
In response to a question asking whether Radcliffe has tested positive for the coronavirus, the actor's publicist said, "Not true."
“Coronavirus has been exhausting for us,” said one cybersecurity researcher.