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Coronavirus HAS mutated: Strains that evolved to be far deadlier have spread in Europe and New York - Daily Mail

Some of the deadliest mutations were Zhejiang, where the university is located, as well as in several European countries, but milder mutations were the varieties found in the US.
The novel coronavirus has mutated which could have very deadly complications for the pandemic, a new small study finds. A team of Chinese researchers from Zhejiang University say there are at least 30 strains of the virus, known as SARS-COV-2. Strains withi… Read Full
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Safety and immunogenicity of a candidate Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus viral-vectored vaccine: a dose-escalation, open-label, non-randomised, uncontrolled, phase 1 trial - The Lancet

ChAdOx1 MERS was safe and well tolerated at all tested doses. A single dose was able to elicit both humoral and cellular responses against MERS-CoV. The results of this first-in-human clinical trial support clinical development progression into field phase 1b…
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City of Jackson setting up COVID-19 symptom collector - 16 WAPT News Jackson

The City of Jackson is one of the first municipalities in the world to utilize a COVID-19 early detection tool to help combat the spread of the deadly virus....
The City of Jackson is one of the first municipalities in the world to utilize a COVID-19 early detection tool to help combat the spread of the deadly virus. Subscribe to WAPT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1hYcJNa Get more Jackson news: http://www. Read Full
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In early months of pandemic, calls to poison control went up for incidents with cleaning agents - NBC News

Calls to poison control centers across the U.S. for incidents related to cleaning agents such as bleach or hand sanitizer went up in the first months of the coronavirus pandemic.
As coronavirus cases increase across the United States, so have calls to poison control centers for incidents related to cleaning products. A report published Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found a 20 percent increase in calls relat… Read Full