Coronavirus Deaths Take a Long-expected Turn For The Worse  News18View Full coverage on Google News
UK COVID-19 deaths rise to 44798 as 148 more patients die  MENAFN.COMView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Your AC could be spreading COVID-19: Here's how  NewsBytes
  2. Coronavirus: Some air conditioning units risk spreading Covid-19 and should be turned off, advise experts  The Independent
  3. Turn off air conditioning to reduce coronavirus spread, experts say as WHO admits bug can pass through air  The Scottish Sun
  4. Coronavirus can stay in the air for an hour, says SAGE expert  Hull Daily Mail
  5. Open windows while using air conditioning, experts say as WHO shifts stance on airborne coronavirus  Telegraph.co.uk
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20 areas most at risk of a new coronavirus outbreak exposed in leaked document  Mirror OnlineView Full coverage on Google News
  1. COVID-19 deaths take a long-expected turn for worse in US  The Tribune India
  2. No rest for Indonesia's gravediggers as virus deaths mount  TRT World
  3. The recent increase in U.S. coronavirus deaths is outpacing the previous decline  The Week
  4. Coronavirus deaths take a long-expected turn for the worse in U.S.  MarketWatch
  5. Coronavirus deaths take a long-expected turn for the worse, driven by fatalities in states in the South and We  Chicago Tribune
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Ex-pats hunkered down in Mexico to ride out COVID-19 pandemic  CGTN AmericaView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Seriously ill children at risk due to ventilator equipment shortages, charity warns | ITV News  ITV News
  2. Sick children having to reuse ventilator parts due to shortage caused by COVID-19  Sky News
  3. Thousands of children in need at risk due to ventilator shortage, Prince Harry-backed charity warns  Daily Mail
  4. Supplies of life-saving ventilators for seriously ill children depleted during the coronavirus crisis, charity warns  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. First cases of coronavirus-related inflammatory syndrome identified in children in South Carolina  CNN
  2. Cases of COVID-19 complication deadly to kids found in SC, with 1,952 new positive tests  The State
  3. Two children diagnosed of MIS-C in connection with COVID-19, 1,952 new cases confirmed  WIS10
  4. DHEC confirms first cases of rare disease associated with COVID-19 in two SC children  ABC NEWS 4
  5. State teachers group opposes to reopening schools for in person learning  wpde.com
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Why Covid-19 virus is not killing bats or making them sick  Newsd.inView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Coronavirus vaccine 'could be available in first half of 2021' say researchers  Birmingham Live
  2. Covid-19 vaccine could be ready within a year if trials are successful, leading UK scientist reveals  Daily Mail
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Fatigue and shortness of breath persist in recovered Covid patients, study finds  ThePrintView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Microscopy method uncovers nanoscale detail of coatings as they dry  Microbioz India
  2. Unexposed people may have COVID-19-specific memory T cells  The Hindu
  3. COVID-19 could directly affect the heart  Medical News Today
  4. Coronavirus blood test now available in French pharmacies  The Connexion
  5. 'Live with it' is the new GOP response to COVID — but no, we can't do that | TheHill  The Hill
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COVID-19 and diabetes: Why it is a deadly combination  Gulf NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Experts: Air Conditioning Units That Recirculate Same Air Could Spread CCP Virus  The Epoch TimesView Full coverage on Google News
Test results may come negative even if one has contracted COVID-19, experts warn  Asianet News EnglishView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Kolkata: 18-year-old Covid-19 patient dies after three hospitals refused him admission  Mumbai Mirror
  2. 18-Year-Old Diabetic Covid Patient Dies After 3 Hospitals Refused Admission: Parents  NDTV
  3. 'Threatened Suicide for Bed': Parents Say Diabetic Son Died of Covid-19 After 3 Hospitals Turned Him Away  News18
  4. Study links abnormally high blood sugar to higher risk of death in COVID-19 patients not diagnosed with d  Times of India
  5. 18-year-old diabetic Covid-19 patient dies after 3 hospitals refused him admission: Parents  Deccan Herald
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  1. Pop-up Covid testing sites as concerns surrounding virus grow  FOX 2 St. Louis
  2. What is a COVID-19 antibody test and how to get it done? All your questions answered  Moneycontrol
  3. Japan plans to expand airport PCR testing capacity as international travel gradually resumes  INQUIRER.net
  4. Japan's COVID-19 Measures: Controlling the Spread Without Lockdowns  Nippon.com
  5. Extreme heat impacts on COVID-19 testing sites  KPRC 2 Click2Houston
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Corona particles can remain infectious in air for over an hr  ummid.comView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Perform These Yoga Asanas To Boost Immunity During Monsoon  NDTV
  2. Yoga asanas and breathing exercises to boost immunity during monsoon, keep infections at bay  Times Now
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  1. Unsaturated fat can execute human malignant growth cells, study appears  Microbioz India
  2. Fatty acid can kill human cancer cells, study shows  News-Medical.Net
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Delirium, rare brain inflammation, stroke linked to coronavirus COVID-19, claims Study  Zee NewsView Full coverage on Google News
First extensive review of COVID-19's effects on all affected organs outside the lungs  News-Medical.NetView Full coverage on Google News
  1. India's doctor did wonders, transplanted patient's lungs  News Track English
  2. Chicago man becomes second COVID patient to receive double lung transplant; team led by Indian-origin doctor  Firstpost
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  1. Coronavirus: 'Low possibility' of vaccine by September  Sky News
  2. Enough coronavirus vaccine doses for everyone in UK ‘in first half of next year’ if trials succeed, research chief says  The Independent
  3. 300 to be given coronavirus test vaccine, says UK lead professor  Kent Live
  4. Coronavirus: Vaccine could be available in first half of next year, says Imperial College expert  Sky News
  5. Covid-19 vaccine could be ready within a year if trials are successful, leading UK scientist reveals  Daily Mail
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Coronavirus can stay in the air for an hour, says SAGE expert  Wales OnlineView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Fifth of vulnerable people considered self-harm in UK lockdown  The Guardian
  2. Covid-19: How to manage mental health while in isolation  The Standard
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  1. Covid-19 causes fatal brain damage | UK health experts | NewsX  NewsX
  2. New evidence shows Covid-19 could cause brain damage in patients  India Today
  3. Scientists Warn of Potential Wave of COVID-Linked Brain Damage  The Wire
  4. How Covid-19 can damage the brain  FRANCE 24 English
  5. Severe brain damage possible even with mild coronavirus symptoms  Times of Oman
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  1. Turn off air conditioning to reduce coronavirus spread, experts say as WHO admits bug can pass through air  The Sun
  2. British experts say turn OFF air conditioning to reduce risk of spreading coronavirus  Daily Mail
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  1. Why Covid-19 virus is not killing bats?  Sambad English
  2. Covid-19 is Killing Humans or Making Them Sick, But How are Bats Immune to Coronavirus?  News18
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  1. Coronavirus can remain airborne for more than an hour, SAGE expert warns  Mirror Online
  2. COVID-19 particles can remain infectious in air for over an hour  India TV News
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  1. 'No one is safe until everyone is safe': Vaccine nationalism threatens global coronavirus effort  USA TODAY
  2. A never ending vaccine story  The News International
  3. WHO’s The Boss  POLITICO
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  1. Institute of Life Sciences Establishes Stable Cultures of Corona Virus  Pragativadi
  2. ILS-Bhubaneswar's In Vitro Culture Of Coronavirus To Help Drug Formulations  OdishaBytes
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High blood sugar ups COVID death risk: Study - Sentinelassam  The Sentinel AssamView Full coverage on Google News
Researchers explain why COVID-19 is not killing bats, or making them sick  Times NowView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Puducherry reports 81 fresh coronavirus cases; tally rises to 1,418  Deccan Herald
  2. Puducherry reports 81 new COVID-19 cases, total count rises to 1,418  The New Indian Express
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Dengue prevention efforts stifled by coronavirus pandemic, doctors warn  NBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
How coronavirus affects the entire body  WYFF GreenvilleView Full coverage on Google News
US scientists create warmed air filter that can trap and slaughter novel coronavirus  Microbioz IndiaView Full coverage on Google News
Relatives of dead COVID-19 patient carry body in own auto in violation of norms in Telangana  India TV NewsView Full coverage on Google News
High blood sugar elevates COVID-19 mortality risk: Chinese study  CGTNView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Asked to wear mask, woman hurls shoe boxes at store employee – shocking tantrum caught on camera [WATCH]  Times Now
  2. Video Shows Woman Throwing Shoe Boxes At Employee When Asked To Wear Mask  LADbible
  3. Coronavirus: Customer pelts shoe boxes at staff after being asked to wear a mask  NEWS.com.au
  4. Woman throws boxes of shoes at Oklahoma store worker after being asked to wear face mask  KFDX - Texomashomepage.com
  5. Video: Watch Karen Throws Shoe Boxes at Sketchers Employee For Asking Her to Wear a Mask  BlackSportsOnline
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  1. How to take care of your child’s dental hygiene at different ages?  PINKVILLA
  2. You can save a fortune buying braces online, but they might not give you the smile you're after...  Daily Mail
  3. 3 Common dental myths that actually do more harm than good for your teeth  PINKVILLA
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COVID-19 heroes must jump through hoops for workers' comp  DevdiscourseView Full coverage on Google News
A Dermatologist's Own Oily, Acne-Prone Skincare Routine  Women's HealthView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Two towns in Kent are put on list of 20 places facing fresh lockdown  Daily Mail
  2. Revealed: 20 areas of England at most risk of coronavirus resurgence  The Guardian
  3. England’s 20 areas ‘most at risk of new coronavirus outbreaks’ revealed  Evening Standard
  4. 20 areas of the UK where it's feared coronavirus could make a comeback  Daily Star
  5. Revealed: 20 areas at most risk of local lockdowns  MSN UK
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  1. Large Number of Coronavirus Patients Suffer Kidney, Heart and Brain Damage, Studies Find  News18
  2. Researchers decode symptoms of COVID-19 outside lungs, call it a 'multisystem disease'  Times Now
  3. 'Coronavirus causes far more symptoms than first suspected', say survivors  The New Indian Express
  4. Doctors start seeing new coronavirus symptom patterns in young patients  BGR
  5. Physicians give first comprehensive review of COVID-19's effects outside the lung  Medical Xpress
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  1. WHO warns COVID-19 'getting worse'  Nagaland Post
  2. With COVID-19 pandemic still accelerating, WHO appoints independent panel to review worlds response  Firstpost
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K’taka ropes in RWAs to run Covid care centres  Social News XYZView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Face mask can cut risk of infection to wearer by 65%, says US health expert  The Times of Israel
  2. Wearing a mask could cut your risk of coronavirus infection by 65 percent | TheHill  The Hill
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  1. Disney World Reopens Even as Coronavirus Cases Surge in Florida  News18
  2. Disney World reopens after shutting down for several months due to the pandemic  ABC Action News
  3. Disney World reopens despite coronavirus case surge in Florida  Globalnews.ca
  4. Disney World reopens tomorrow  KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
  5. Disney World Reopens as COVID-19 Infections Soar in Florida  TIME
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