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Three new studies suggest that high proportions of cats and dogs may have acquired COVID-19 from their owners and that the virus jumped back...

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Certain underlying conditions stand out as COVID-19 hospitalization risk factorsIncreased age, male sex, non-Hispanic black ethnicity, and certain underlying health conditions are associated with...

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The global COVID-19 total topped 30 million cases, only 4 days after passing the 29 million mark, fueled by a strengthening surge of cases...

CDC updates Covid-19 testing guidelines for aysmptomatic people

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The new language rolls back controversial changes made to the site last month. It once again stresses that anyone who has been in contact...

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In a week that saw President Donald Trump publicly at odds with the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) over...

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High COVID-19 viral load in hospital patients tied to higher risk for deathHigh SARS-CoV-2 viral load at hospital admission may place patients with and...

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Three studies on COVID-19 prevention in nursing homes published today in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report suggest that regular testing of residents and staff...

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US officials continued to send mixed messages about the arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine and the benefits of masks, as vaccine developer Moderna today...

Stripe will paying employees a bonus to leave Seattle, New York and San Francsico,...

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"We want our employees to be able to make whatever life choices they feel are best for them without barriers," a spokesperson for the...

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