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#361 [Permalink] Posted on 4th April 2020 20:07
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#362 [Permalink] Posted on 4th April 2020 20:28
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I found the video to be a little misleading.
It's only a veterinarian that espouses the idea it's been in the human population for some time.

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#363 [Permalink] Posted on 4th April 2020 20:48
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For clarification, the epidemiologist Dr Lipkin, contracted the Covid-19 in China following a visit there.

Scientists worry coronavirus could evolve into something worse than flu, says quarantined expert. (Dr. Lipkin)
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/10/ian-lipkin-scientists-worry-coronavirus-could-become-worse-than-flu.html

Infectious disease expert who has coronavirus says public health can not be overlooked again. (Dr. Lipkin)
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/03/31/dr-ian-lipkin-coronavirus-shows-need-for-public-health-investment.html

Andrew A. Cunningham - Zoological Society of London | IoZ · Institute of Zoology
Not quite just a veterinarian, Head of Wildlife Epidemiology
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#364 [Permalink] Posted on 6th April 2020 02:48
Muslims are quickly become Ahlul Forward.
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#365 [Permalink] Posted on 6th April 2020 12:34
Boris Johnson Given Oxygen Treatment in Hospital, Says Report

The British government has tried its best to downplay Boris Johnson’s hospitalization due to coronavirus symptoms—but reports suggest he has had to receive oxygen treatment to help his breathing. The British prime minister spent Sunday night in a London hospital after doctors became concerned about “persistent symptoms” 10 days after his diagnosis. It was described as a “precautionary step” by his office, but The Times of London reported that Johnson received oxygen therapy on arrival at hospital.

Despite the concerning reports, one of Johnson’s ministers insisted his boss is “still very much in charge of the government.” Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick said Monday: “We hope that as a result of these tests he will be able to come back to
Downing Street as soon as possible. He’s been working extremely hard leading the government and being constantly updated. That’s going to continue.” It’s believed Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab chaired Monday morning’s coronavirus meeting in Johnson’s place.

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#366 [Permalink] Posted on 6th April 2020 15:45
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#367 [Permalink] Posted on 6th April 2020 20:46
Boris been moved to intensive care. Wonder if any 'letterboxes' will treat him.
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#368 [Permalink] Posted on 6th April 2020 21:25
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Apparently he is 55, smokes, drinks, has hypertension, asthma, and childhood pneumonia.
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#369 [Permalink] Posted on 6th April 2020 22:03
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Yes, it dnt look good for him. Can't say I wish him well either.
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#370 [Permalink] Posted on 7th April 2020 08:50
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#371 [Permalink] Posted on 7th April 2020 11:04
6 Mild COVID-19 Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore

1. Diarrhea, nausea and vomiting Study, 'American Journal of Gastroenterology'

2. Excess mucus production Though this symptom is also often associated with the common cold and allergies, it has been reported in over a third of COVID-19 patients.

3. Aches, pains and headaches These are common symptoms with most viruses.

4. Fatigue Dr. Susan Besser, via 'Prevention'

5. Sore throat Respiratory viruses can cause postnasal drip and a constant cough, leading to a sore throat.

6. Lost sense of smell According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, this "has been seen in patients ultimately testing positive for coronavirus with no other symptoms."

If you are experiencing multiple mild or severe symptoms of COVID-19, call your doctor. They will be able to tell you if you qualify for testing and where to go from there.
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#372 [Permalink] Posted on 8th April 2020 20:13
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#373 [Permalink] Posted on 8th April 2020 20:18
Called a good friend of mine and he is recovering from Coronavirus and much better now (12 days) later. Throughout his ordeal even while in the Hospital he never got tested because NHS said that there was no point. His wife is a GP so she may be able to get him tested next week.

It is also suspected the old Imam of Abu Muhammad may also have COVID-19 and he is also now much better, also not tested because NHS is not testing.
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#374 [Permalink] Posted on 8th April 2020 20:19
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Six critically ill coronavirus patients in Israel who are considered high-risk for mortality have been treated with Pluristem’s placenta-based cell-therapy product and survived, according to preliminary data provided by the Haifa-based company.
Limited trial of a new treatment.
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#375 [Permalink] Posted on 9th April 2020 17:56
Saudi hospital on 'high alert' as 150 royals contract coronavirus

Middle East Monitor

9 April 2020

Saudi Arabia’s elite hospital, which treats members of the kingdom’s royal family, is said to be on “high alert” as senior members of the Al Saud clan become infected with COVID-19. As many as 150 royals in the kingdom are now believed to have contracted the virus, according to a report in the New York Times.

The highest royal to be infected so far is Prince Faisal Bin Bandar Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – the governor of the capital Riyadh who is in his 70s. He is said to be in intensive care after contracting the virus. Several dozen other members of the royal family have been sickened as well, reported the Times.

Doctors at the elite King Faisal Specialist Hospital are on “high alert” according to an internal memo sent out electronically on Tuesday to senior doctors and later obtained by the Times. According to the “high alert” the hospital is preparing 500 beds for a potential influx of VIP patients.

The internal memo said that the number of royals that could be brought in for intensive care is not known but it nonetheless contained instructions to clear out all chronic patients “ASAP” adding that only “top urgent cases” will be accepted.

Eighty-four-year old King Salman is thought to have secluded himself on an island palace near the city of Jeddah on the Red Sea while Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman has retreated to the same remote site on the same coast, with his ministers.

The spread of the virus to the “inner sanctums’ of the royal family is likely to pose a serious problem for Riyadh. “If it is reaching into the family, then it becomes an urgent issue,” said Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, a professor at Rice University who studies the kingdom.

There are thousands of Saudi princes. Many travel regularly to Europe and some are believed to have contracted the virus abroad and brought it back to Saudi Arabia, the report said.

Saudi Arabia’s Health Ministry recorded 147 new cases on Tuesday, bringing the total to 2,752. On the same day the kingdom’s health minister warned that the number of COVID-19 cases in the country could reach 200,000 in the coming weeks.
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