Covid deaths: What to know ahead of the World Health Organization’s coronavirus coronaviruses event

More about World Health Organizations coronaviral events: World Health organizations: World coronavurids world,council meeting,world,worlds-councill,vaccine-safety source Al Jazeera English title WHO to consider postponing coronavid pandemic meeting in the US due to vaccine safety concerns article The world’s top health agency on Wednesday will consider postponement of its coronavaccine pandemic meetings in the United States, as …

How to protect yourself from the coronavirus, by the numbers

More than 4,000 people have died from the disease in the US and more than 2,400 are infected in Sweden.There were nearly 4,200 confirmed cases and more are expected in coming days.The number of people infected in the United States is likely to be around 1.6 million, according to the CDC.The total number of cases …

Why does early covid syndrome still exist?

The first wave of coronavirus cases in the United States has left some with lingering symptoms.This includes anemia and fatigue, but it’s not uncommon for people to experience more severe symptoms, such as joint pain or severe nausea.The last time we saw any signs of this kind of severe symptoms in people who hadn’t been …

Why California is the country’s safest state for healthcare workers and patients

The US has the highest rate of hospital-acquired COVID-19 deaths among industrialized countries.That’s according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).The CDC’s latest data, which covers April through November, shows the death rate among healthcare workers rose to 13.5 per 100,000 in California in the four-month period ending April 10, up from 10.6 …