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US coronavirus: More than half of states are reporting more new cases as the country nears 200,000 deaths

Among the states reporting more new cases in the last seven days are Wisconsin, Idaho, South Dakota, Iowa and Kansas, all of which also are reporting a coronavirus positivity rate above 15%.Many healt

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Mike Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organization’s health emergencies program, speaks during a Covid-19 press briefing in March.Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty ImagesCountries that are goin

How To Protect Yourself From Coronavirus That Can Linger In The Air : Goats and Soda : NPR

But even when we speak or laugh or breathe, particles come out of our noses and mouths.Big bits of spittle can fly out when you're shouting and singing, along with respiratory droplets and tiny aeros

Steroids cut deaths of critically ill COVID-19 patients, WHO confirms

In June, a large study in the United Kingdom suggested that the steroid dexamethasone could help reduce the risk of death for critically ill COVID-19 patients.Researchers from the World Health Organi

WHO urges governments to engage with coronavirus protesters.-

(SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST) -- The World Health Organisation urged governments on Monday to engage with people demonstrating against Covid-19 restrictions and listen to their concerns, but stressed pro

World Health Organization advises kids 12 and older should wear masks to prevent coronavirus spread

The World Health Organization has released its guidance on face masks for children, as students— in some parts of the country at least— return to their classrooms to start the new school year.Chil

People ‘should not fear’ coronavirus spread from food, food packaging, WHO says

Concerned you could contract the novel coronavirus from food or food packaging? No need for such fears, said the World Health Organization (WHO) this week.“People should not fear food, or food packa

New Coronavirus Hot Spots Emerge In U.S. As Cases Hit 20 Million Worldwide

At least 20 million people around the globe have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.The latest milestone comes just over a month after the world pas

Here are reliable resources for college media and classroom assignments – Poynter

As fall roars toward us, students will need reliable sources of data at all levels.Alma Matters is a Poynter newsletter designed to provide ideas, news and insight to those in the journalism education

The best exercise-friendly face masks for 2020

For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website.The World Health Organization has cautioned that mask-wearing during exercise can make it difficult