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US House President asks Kemp for documents detailing COVID-19 treatment from Georgia

The chairman said that non-compliance with the working group’s recommendations “is allowing the virus to spread, prolong and exacerbate the public health crisis facing the state.” “I urge you to act quickly and mandate science-based public health measures,” Clyburn wrote. The governor’s office had no immediate comment Wednesday and said it had not yet received the letter. Clyburn also sent …

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The Mysterious Spread of Coronavirus Kills Vietnam by Surprise

In a pandemic-ravaged world, Vietnam looked like a miracle. As the months passed without a single recorded coronavirus death, or even a confirmed case of local transmission, residents began leaving facial masks at home. The laminate shops lit up with the bunch of vials and the stuffed soup. Schools were opened. And lured by good deals, Vietnamese tourists began to …

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The cult of hydroxychlorine in Brazil – CNN

Following advice from Brazil’s health ministry, Mendonça doctors gave him hydroxycholine, along with antibiotics, antipyretics to reduce fever, and adrenaline, according to relatives. “In the last two days [the doctors] were very hopeful, “said his daughter Thais Saturnino Mendonça.” The fever was over. Pulmonary and respiratory condition was evolving. It was good.” However he died suddenly. “The will of God,” …

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Hawaii sees a record 109 new cases of coronavirus, while the total number nationwide reaches 1,863.

Hawaii recorded 109 new daily cases of COVID-19 today – the highest number every day since the pandemic arrived in Hawaii in February. The State Department of Health, which processed 5,160 tests between Saturday and today, said it had predicted shocks due to the closure of laboratories on Sunday and Monday after Hurricane Douglas. Laboratories typically process between 1,000 and …

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US spends 150,000 coronavirus deaths amid rapidly growing cases | US News

The U.S. has crossed the threshold of 150,000 deaths confirmed by Covid-19, just six months after the first cases were diagnosed in China and with the outbreak out of control. The U.S. death toll is the highest in the world by a significant margin, reaching 150,034 on Wednesday, according to world coronavirus tracker Johns Hopkins. More than 4.3 million people …

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Zimbabwe signed a $ 3.5 billion deal to compensate white farmers

“This interesting case is historic in many respects, it brings closure and a new beginning in the history of land discourse in our country Zimbabwe,” said incumbent President Emmerson Mnangagwa after signing the agreement at the State House with Andrew Pascoe, president of the Trade Union of Farmers in Zimbabwe. “After almost 20 years of land dispute, farmers’ representatives who …

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