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It’s time to prepare for a US coronavirus pandemic

February 28th, 2020

The coronavirus outbreak has the entire world on edge. Countries like China and its neighbors have been particularly hard-hit, but the illness COVID-19 has popped up all over the globe. The United States has been particularly lucky over the past two months, with only 14 confirmed cases of the virus from coast to coast, and …

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Coronavirus outbreak reaches scary new milestone

February 26th, 2020

If there’s one topic that has the entire world’s attention at the moment it’s the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. Originating in China in December, the spread was initially slow, but things have changed dramatically in the weeks since its discovery. Now, with health officials around the world scrambling to respond, the outbreak has crossed …

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The first coronavirus vaccine is ready for human testing

February 25th, 2020

Fears over a larger global spread of the coronavirus and its disease COVID-19 show no signs of slowing. Global economies are beginning to feel the pinch and even the 2020 Tokyo Olympics faces a possible cancellation. With all this going on, scientists have been working feverishly in the background to develop countermeasures to combat the …

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Coronavirus boom in Italy puts Europe on edge

February 25th, 2020

As the coronavirus disease COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc within China and its neighboring countries, the impact of the outbreak elsewhere on the planet has been relatively isolated. Unfortunately for residents and tourists in Italy, the country has quickly become a new hotspot, and this week brings a new rash of confirmed cases. As NPR …

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The Toyko Olympics could actually be canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak

February 25th, 2020

The coronavirus outbreak originated and China and has since slowly spread across many corners of the globe. Most confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection are isolated to China, but neighboring countries including Japan have seen their fair share as well. That’s bad news, specifically for Japan, as the country has a rather important date fast approaching …

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CDC says new coronavirus is even more dangerous than we thought

February 19th, 2020

The Chinese coronavirus that has been spreading like wildlife in parts of the country and popping up elsewhere around the globe may be even more dangerous than we all already assumed. A new study by the Chinese CDC says that the virus is actually more contagious than similar viruses that have caused problems on a …

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A whole bunch of people with coronavirus just arrived in the United States

February 17th, 2020

For the travelers aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which was docked in Japan and briefly became a coronavirus nightmare scenario for those on board, getting home was a top priority. Not wanting to spread the disease any further, the passengers were locked down and gradually tested before they could be safely released. Unfortunately, some …

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WHO gives coronavirus a new name

February 11th, 2020

You’ve been seeing the word “coronavirus” all over the news lately, and for good reason. The new strain of the virus that was traced to China has now claimed over 1,000 lives and has infected tens of thousands of people. But there are different strains of coronavirus, so an official name makes sense if we …