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Quite a few coronavirus vaccine candidates have arrived at state-of-the-art screening phases, displaying promising effects on volunteers who have gained immunizations. Closing analysis success could be ready at some stage this tumble for some of the probable COVID-19 prophylactics, and they may possibly be licensed for emergency use right before the end of 2020. Jefferies analysts think the Food and Drug Administration could approve some of the vaccines ahead of the November presidential elections. The…

The US government’s response to the novel coronavirus health crisis has been met with an anti-science bias from some Americans, Dr. Anthony Fauci said in a new interview. The infectious disease expert said some people do not believe scientific facts and authority, and that can be a real problem. Fauci also defended recent lockdowns that saved millions of lives, addressed the effects of the pandemic on black Americans, and explained the promising progress of…

The novel coronavirus started to spread in Italy two months after the sustained community transmission transformed the country into the world’s COVID-19 epicenter. Researchers analyzed wastewater samples dating back to October and found traces of the virus in the sewage water for Milan and Turin, two northern Italian cities. The infection showed up as early as December 18th in those samples. Italy’s local transmission started on February 21st when the first domestic case was diagnosed.…

Coronavirus antibody tests have shown that asymptomatic patients are more likely to show low levels of COVID-19 antibodies in the bloodstream as soon as two to three months after the infection. Low levels of antibodies do not indicate an increased risk of reinfection, however, as the immune system also develops a memory of the encounter with the novel coronavirus and can recreate antibodies when needed. The findings of the study might affect various health policies,…

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