Safeguard yourself and your loved ones during this pandemic! 😷 Here is a simple guide on what you should and shouldn’t be doing to prevent the COVID-19 spread. #TelenorSaathHai
As a second wave of coronavirus surges across Europe, France and Germany impose tough new restrictions to curb the spread of the virus. Is another national lockdown inevitable in the UK too? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Has the country reached another key moment in its response to Covid-19? The government’s Scientific Advisory Group on Emergencies […]
Have questions about coronavirus? On May 12, virologist Dr. Nels Elde joins the Explorer Zone for a special episode on COVID-19. Dr. Elde will answer questions pre-submitted by viewers, share what it’s like studying viruses and help make this important topic more accessible for kids and adults alike. Dr. Elde is an Associate Professor in […]
As we approach a new surge in the global pandemic, many regions that were previously spared are seeing a rise in cases and a strain on resources. The team is back this month with updates on therapeutics, critical care and the latest on the multisystem inflammatory disorder associated with Covid-19. #covid19 #pandemic #emrap #emergencymedicine ✔ […]
The COVID-19 outbreak has brought many uncertainties and questions, especially regarding what churches can and cannot do at this time. Watch below as Ryan Tucker, ADF Senior Counsel, answers some questions we have received from many churches across the nation over the past few days.
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Greg Fell, Director of Public Health at Sheffield City Council, explains the differences between self isolating and social distancing as we tackle Coronavirus.
Around 1.4 million people in South Yorkshire will face living under England’s toughest coronavirus restrictions. The move to Tier 3 will affect Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield, coming into force on Saturday. The new restrictions will include shutting pubs and bars which don’t sell food and banning people from different households from meeting if they […]
Dr. Jen Ashton shares the CDC’S data on deaths that were previously misclassified, missed or undiagnosed.
What students can expect to see when coming to school during the COVID-19 pandemic.