The US government has begun advising people to wear masks if they go outside, pointing to research that shows the coronavirus could be spread just by breathing.
Americans told to wear masks over virus breathing spread fears
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University now have federal approval to test if blood plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients can help protect the heroes on the front line of the battle against the coronavirus.
Researchers able to test if blood plasma of coronavirus survivors can protect health care workers
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the world has soared past one million and fatalities have topped 50,000 as the United States reported the highest daily death toll of any country so far.
Global virus cases top a million, deaths surpass 50,000
Pet owners have been warned to limit contact with their cats after a Chinese study found felines are ‘highly susceptible’ to coronavirus. Testing on animals during the pandemic has been limited but there have been a handful of positive covid-19 cases seen in pets across the world in the last fortnight, metro.co.uk reported.
Cats ‘highly susceptible’ to coronavirus
Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) stated that all immunization campaigns will be suspended for the next six months to prevent further transmission COVID-19 and make available resources to fight the pandemic.
Polio vaccination suspended for COVID-19
As COVID-19 pushes American hospitals to the breaking point, intensive care units are finding creative ways to deal with a looming shortage of lifesaving mechanical ventilators.
Sleep apnea machine converted to ventilator using 3D printer
Iran's health minister has said that the country’s international standing in regards to containing the coronavirus outbreak will “greatly change” in coming days.
Iran’s COVID-19 situation will greatly change in coming days: Health minister

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