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If every other state and metropolitan area takes the same dire stance, many cities may be spared the situation that NYC is in, our actions every day matter in preventing people from getting the virus and thus reducing the burden on the health care system.

Krys Johnson

Found on FOX News
16 hours ago

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All areas with this type of [global] appeal have likely had coronavirus cases for longer than we have been aware and have more cases than we know.

Krys Johnson

Found on FOX News
16 hours ago

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I think states like Florida, Georgia and Mississippi, unfortunately are very likely to have high cases and death rates per capita.

Krys Johnson

Found on FOX News
16 hours ago

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We have 11,000 COVID-19 researchers on ResearchGate - there are huge potential network effects between these scientists.

Ijad Madisch

Found on Reuters
1 day ago

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All the visiting projects of scientists who come to conduct observations, typically from abroad, during April and May were canceled, we anticipate that a significant number of projects will be affected.

Steffen Mieske

Found on Reuters
4 days ago

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A team continues working at the observatory to keep vital telescope systems operational and ensure that we are ready to restart operations whenever that is feasible.

Sean Dougherty

Found on Reuters
4 days ago

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The problem is that the objects I was looking at are only visible in certain windows of time.

Karla Pena

Found on Reuters
4 days ago

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Mask wearing does not completely prevent transmission and cannot be relied on as a sole measure.

Rupert Beale

Found on Reuters
4 days ago

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The COVID-19 pandemic is responsible for widespread sickness and death, straining healthcare systems, shutting down economies, and closing school districts, while it is a priority to mitigate its immediate impact, it is important to consider ways to prevent its long-term effects, including new risks for childhood obesity.

Andrew Rundle

Found on FOX News
4 days ago

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There could be long-term consequences for weight gained while children are out of school during the COVID-19 pandemic, research shows that weight gained over the summer months is maintained during the school year and accrues summer to summer. When a child experiences obesity, even at a young age, they are at risk for higher, unhealthy weight, all the way into middle age.

Andrew Rundle

Found on FOX News
4 days ago

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The CDC, its like theyre talking out of both sides of their mouth, one side of their mouth is telling the general public, Hey, you dont need masks, forget about it. The other side is, Health care workers need to wear N95 respirators.

Otto Yang

Found on FOX News
5 days ago

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Is that a double standard ? are they valuing some people more than others ?

Otto Yang

Found on FOX News
5 days ago

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If you have to be in a crowded situation, perhaps on a plane or waiting in line at the airport, it might make sense to wear a mask.

Otto Yang

Found on FOX News
5 days ago

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If youre wearing the mask properly, you dont taste any saccharin.

Otto Yang

Found on FOX News
5 days ago

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Theres no reason for the general public to wear N95s.

Otto Yang

Found on FOX News
5 days ago

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The current CDC guidance says the general public does not need to be wearing surgical masks, the best protection is to focus on social distancing, hand-washing, not touching their faces and bleaching high touch surfaces.

Jaimie Meyer

Found on FOX News
5 days ago

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The number of confirmed cases in China by day 50 (February 19) of the epidemic, was around 30,000, our analysis suggests that without the Wuhan travel ban and the national emergency response there would have been more than 700,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases outside of Wuhan by that date. Chinas control measures appear to have worked by successfully breaking the chain of transmission -- preventing contact between infectious and susceptible people.

Christopher Dye

Found on FOX News
6 days ago

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Given the small fraction of the Chinese population that has been infected, a much larger number of people remains at risk of COVID-19, we are acutely aware that resident or imported infections could lead to a resurgence of transmission.

Huaiyu Tian

Found on FOX News
6 days ago

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This delay provided extra time to prepare for the arrival of COVID-19 in more than 130 cities.

Huaiyu Tian

Found on FOX News
6 days ago

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There's no question that inventors will be coming up with hundreds, if not thousands, of new ideas.

Kane Kramer

Found on Reuters
6 days ago

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We had the algorithm, we had the software and the hardware. We've repurposed it for face-touching, we made 350 devices and a website in one week and now it's how fast can we ramp up.

Matthew Toles

Found on Reuters
6 days ago

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You know what? That was good advice even before thepandemic, and its going to be good advice after the pandemic, too.

Donald Schaffner

Found on FOX News
7 days ago

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I get it, but heres the thing, its probably not on food. And even if it is on food, its not going to make you sick from eating that food.

Donald Schaffner

Found on FOX News
7 days ago

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Your biggest risk from groceries and coronavirus is the time that you spend in the grocery store around people who either have the coronavirus and have symptoms or asymptomatic people who are in the grocery store, thats the big risk right there.

Donald Schaffner

Found on FOX News
7 days ago

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