Thursday, September 29, 2022

Coronavirus Pandemic passes 20 Million Global Cases

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CNN: There have now been more than 20 million cases of coronavirus worldwide and at least 736,000 deaths.

As the virus continues to spread, experts say exploring the relationship between vaccines and asymptomatic carriers — that is, people who have the virus but are not affected — may be key to getting it under control.

New research suggests people who got vaccines to prevent other ailments may be less likely to suffer from Covid-19.

Meanwhile, Russia claims to have registered a vaccine, though the country has released no scientific data on its testing. The latest clinical trials from drug company Moderna in the US suggest there’s no chance of a vaccine by Election Day in November.

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And fall stands to be even less fun in the US, since college football teams are debating postponing their seasons altogether over the virus.

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