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WHO warning: No evidence that antibody tests can show coronavirus immunity

WHO warning: No evidence that antibody tests can show coronavirus immunity

The WHO said there’s no evidence serological tests can show whether a person has immunity or is no longer at risk of becoming reinfected. The World Health Organization issued a warning Friday about coronavirus testing, saying there’s no evidence serological tests can show whether a person has immunity or is no longer at risk of becoming reinfected.

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From Infection to Recovery: How Long It Lasts

From Infection to Recovery: How Long It Lasts

Covid-19’s duration varies widely depending on severity, but now we know the rough range. In the early weeks of the Covid-19 crisis, little was known about the wide range of possible symptoms and the typical progression of the disease. Now, more than three months into the coronavirus outbreaks, doctors and researchers are finally getting a handle on the typical duration of the illness and how it plays out.

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With ventilators running out, doctors say the machines are overused for Covid-19

With ventilators running out, doctors say the machines are overused for Covid-19

Even as hospitals and governors raise the alarm about a shortage of ventilators, some critical care physicians are questioning the widespread use of the breathing machines for Covid-19 patients, saying that large numbers of patients could instead be treated with less intensive respiratory support. A daily Covid-19 update from Taj Pharmaceuticals Limited Coronavirus Latest Breaking News, Coronavirus Treatments, Coronavirus Clinical Trials, and Special Reports on COVID-19.

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Is It Really Safe to Exercise Outside?

Is It Really Safe to Exercise Outside?

How to go for a run or a walk without making it a health risk.The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions to stay inside in an effort to flatten the curve. But even under stay-at-home orders, people can go outside to exercise, as long as they stay six feet away from others.