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    2. WHO Finally Acknowledges Possibility of COVID-19 Airborne Transmission

      WHO Finally Acknowledges Possibility of COVID-19 Airborne Transmission
      The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursdayheeded callsfrom more than 200 scientists, who urged the global health authority to acknowledge that COVID-19 may spread by air. Previously, the WHO said contact with large respiratory droplets, like those expelled in a sick persons cough or sneeze, appeared to be the primary way COVID-19 spreads. But in a highly publicizedletterpublished earlier this week, a large group of scientists argued the WHOs guidance ...
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    3. Florida Emerges As Global COVID-19 Epicenter

      Florida Emerges As Global COVID-19 Epicenter
      Florida has emerged as a global epicenter of the latest coronavirus surge, raising questions about the safety of major events that relocated to the state. As coronavirus cases surged throughout much of the Northeast in April and May, Florida Gov.Ron DeSantis(R) declared victory. Florida was one of the last states to impose a stay-at-home order, and one of the first to reopen. DeSantis earned praise fromPresident Trumpfor his ...
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    4. US Records 3 Millionth Coronavirus Case

      US Records 3 Millionth Coronavirus Case
      The U.S. has reached a milestone that seemed unthinkable just a few months ago the 3 millionth case ofcoronavirus. There were 3,000,012 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of 11 p.m.Tuesday and around 10 percent of those (317,654) were reported since July 1,figures compiled by NBC Newsshowed. Meanwhile, the death toll was 131,661 and rising as the pandemic maintained a tragic trajectory. President ...
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    5. Government Signs $450M Contract with Regeneron for Coronavirus Treatment

      Government Signs $450M Contract with Regeneron for Coronavirus Treatment
      Regeneron Pharmaceuticalssaid on Tuesday the U.S. government signed a $450 million contract with the drugmaker to make and supply its potential double-antibody cocktail for Covid-19. The cocktail, REGN-COV2, is in separate clinical trials assessing its effectiveness in preventing and treating Covid-19,the company said. Regeneron signed the contract with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and the Department ...
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    6. 4th of July Leads to 200,000 Coronavirus Cases in Florida

      4th of July Leads to 200,000 Coronavirus Cases in Florida
      Florida surpassed 200,000 cases of Covid-19 on Sunday, following the Fourth of July holiday during which the state recorded its most cases reported in a single day. At least 40,000 cases have been reported by the Florida Department of Health in the last four days. On Saturday, the Sunshine Statereported 11,458 cases, the most reported in a single day, beating the previous record that was set on ...
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    7. Experts Fear July 4th Weekend Will Spike Coronavirus Cases

      Experts Fear July 4th Weekend Will Spike Coronavirus Cases
      Experts worry that the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. will worsen after the Fourth of July weekend, when millions of people gather across the country during one of the busiest travel periods of the year. Memorial Day weekend when people flocked to beaches, pools, parties, restaurants and bars after a weeks-long lockdown helped spur many of the outbreaks the U.S. is seeing across parts of the country. But ...
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    8. US Coronavirus Cases Top 50,000 in Single Day

      US Coronavirus Cases Top 50,000 in Single Day
      The US on Wednesday recorded 50,000 new daily coronavirus infections, according to a tally byThe Washington Post. According toThe Post, the US recorded 52,770 cases on Wednesday, the first time it has surpassed 50,000 new daily cases. Texas, Arizona, California, North Carolina, and Georgia all reported record numbers of new infections, contributing to the national swell. Several states are reporting spikes in the numbers of hospitalizations and ...
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    9. Study Warns of New Swine Flu Virus Amid Pandemic

      Study Warns of New Swine Flu Virus Amid Pandemic
      A new strain of the H1N1 swine flu virus is spreading silently in workers on pig farms in China and should be urgently controlled to avoid another pandemic, a team of scientists says in a new study. H1N1 is highly transmissible andspread around the world in 2009, killingabout 285,000people andmorphing into seasonal flu. The newer strain, known as G4 EA H1N1, has been common on Chinas pig farms since ...
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    10. "The Worst is Yet to Come", WHO Warns

      "The Worst is Yet to Come", WHO Warns
      Six months since the newcoronavirus outbreak, the pandemic is still far from over, the World Health Organization said Monday, warning that "the worst is yet to come." Reaching the half-year milestone just as thedeath toll surpassed 500,000and the number of confirmed infections topped 10 million, the WHO said it was a moment to recommit to the fight to save lives. "Six months ago, none of us could have imagined ...
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    11. COVID-19 Deaths Surpass 500,000 Globally

      COVID-19 Deaths Surpass 500,000 Globally
      The global death toll fromCOVID-19surpassed 500,000 Sunday, while the number of confirmed cases worldwide reach 10 million, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. The number of cases worldwide marks a milestone in the spread of the virus, believed to have originated in China late last year. However, with testing still limited in some parts of the world, the actual number of global cases could be significantly higher ...
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