Young People Are Not Immune To COVID-19

Young People Are Not Immune To COVID-19

A recent study shows young people can develop serious COVID-19 illness. A CDC study published on March 17th shows that younger people can develop serious COVID-19 illness requiring hospitalization. This finding is different from the first reports from China that said younger people are still much less likely to die from COVID-19 than older people. […]

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KCDC announces new quarantine procedures for Korean nationals returning from abroad

KCDC announces new quarantine procedures for Korean nationals returning from abroad

the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today announced a change in virus testing procedures for citizens returning from abroad those arriving without symptoms will not be transferred to separate quarantine facilities but will be required to follow self quarantine procedures before undergoing tests within three days of arrival chaals Prime Minister directed local […]

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In Numbers: A Look at Past Coronavirus Diseases

In Numbers: A Look at Past Coronavirus Diseases

The COVID-19 disease has swept through several countries, including our own. It is caused by the SARS-CoV-2, a new strain of coronavirus. These coronaviruses are known to cause different kinds of diseases in humans, from colds to respiratory issues, but much is still unknown about this specific strain. COVID-19 first appeared in Wuhan, China in […]

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S. Korea has begun cohort research on COVID-19 with WHO

S. Korea has begun cohort research on COVID-19 with WHO

the nation Central Disease Control and Prevention has begun research on COBE 19 with a group of local experts they’re classifying patients by age and gender to identify characteristics which the virus may have a meeting will be held by the KCDC on Wednesday with two experts from the whu-oh after the global health body […]

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