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Mysterious deaths of infants, children raise questions about how quickly coronovirus killed California

A group of mysterious deaths, including some infants and toddlers, are under the question of whether the novel Coronovirus was detected months earlier in California. But eight weeks after the government announced Gavin Newsom a statewide hunt for undetermined initial COVID-19 deaths, the effort is tied to bureaucratic and testing limitations.

Among those awaiting an answer is Marybeth Cortez, whose adult son, Jeremiah Delap, died on January 7 in Orange County while visiting his parents. He was healthy, suffering what he thought was food poisoning on Friday, and was found dead in bed the following Tuesday, drowned with fluid in his lungs.

China did not announce its first COVID-19 death until four days later. But horrifying stories of a deadly new virus in Wuhan by Delap’s February 1 funeral service dominated the news.

“Everyone who knew him that when they were talking to me, it would all start,” do you think he died of that? “” Cortez said.

“And I said, ‘I don’t know.”

She is still not

Devlap’s lung-preserved specimens include more than 40 California deaths awaiting trial decision for Coves Disease Control and Prevention of the COVID-19. There are nine cases in Orange County, as does Los Angeles County. Kern County has identified two respiratory deaths that may suggest COVID-19, both young women, both of whom died on December 21.

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Meanwhile, interviews and internal documents show medical examiners in the Shasta, Sacramento and Santa Clara counties, meanwhile, investigating the deaths of children and infants who have an increased recognition of Coronovirus infection rates in children with mysterious inflammatory symptoms Are among

In any case a positive finding could dramatically rewrite the narrative of COVID-19 in the United States.

Researchers tracking genetic mutations of the virus jump from an unknown animal host to humans, occurring in November. China’s first documented illnesses began in early December.

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Most California coroners and medical examiners fixed it in March before routinely introducing test decadents, which fall under their jurisdiction for COVID-19, using the now-familiar nose swab tests Which should be done within days of death. Still, the test is limited to a fraction of cases – people who had symptoms of respiratory failure, traveled to China or died without a witness.

Detection of missing cases of COVID-19 requires examination of preserved tissue, testing available only through CDC. It took months for CDC pathologists to realize that the virus had already killed people in the United States in early February. At the time, US health officials believed they could control the Coronovirus by monitoring international travelers and isolating more than a dozen infected individuals in California and four other states. Live Updates

June 21, 2020 0 comment
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Aaj Ka News Online – ICMR Recommends Use of Faster COVID-19 Test Kit

Aaj Ka News Online: The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has recommended the use of the standard Q COVID-19 AG antigen detection test in zone and healthcare settings in conjunction with RT-PCR testing. The assembled NASA swab is used for testing in this process.

“A positive test in the antigen, with results available in 30 minutes, should be considered a positive test and do not require reaffirmation by RT-PCR testing. It will show whether the patient is currently infected, ”L.K. Sharma, Scientific and Media Coordinator, ICMR, on Monday.

The kit validated by the ICMR and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) was different from the Rapid Antibody Test Kit. “The sample in this test is nasopharyngeal swab, while blood is collected in the antibody test. The kit will allow rapid diagnosis, ” he said.

The standard Q COVID-19 Ag detection kit is a rapid chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of antigens specific to SARS-CoV-2. It has been developed by South Korea-based company SD Biosensor, which has a manufacturing unit in Manesar, Gurugram.

High specificity

An advisory issued by the ICMR states that given the high specificity (ability to detect true negativity) and relatively low sensitivity, the council uses this to test for symptomatic individuals with influenza-like illness and asymptomatic. Use this test in content zones or hotspots. And Aaj Ka News Online,  Direct and high-risk contact with co-morbidities of a confirmed case.

“The test should be conducted once between five and ten days of exposure to such individuals,” the ICMR said. In health care settings, all symptomatic patients with influenza-like illness, patients undergoing chemotherapy, patients with malignant disease, and elderly patients can be tested using this kit, it is noted.

“The test can be interpreted as positive or negative 15 minutes after the specimen is placed in the well in the presence of test and control lines, which can be read with the naked eye without the need for any special equipment. The maximum duration to interpret a positive or negative test is 30 minutes. After that, the test strip should be discarded. The ICMR stated that test kits should be stored between 2 ° to 30 ° C.

“Specificity ranged from 99.3 to 100% at the two sites and the sensitivity of the test [i.e. the ability to detect true positives] ranged from 50.6% to 84% in two independent evaluations depending on the patient’s viral load. The higher viral load was the higher the sensitivity. Is correlated with, “it added.

Day 3 Unlock 1.0 of Coronavirus Cases: Ground Report

June 15, 2020 0 comment
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Day 3 Unlock 1.0 of Coronavirus Cases: Ground Report

Day 3 Unlock 1.0 of Coronavirus – New Delhi: India recorded a record jump of 8,909 novel Coronovirus Cases in the last 24 hours, reaching the figure of 2,07,615 on Wednesday, while the toll rose to 5,815 with 217 more deaths. Out of this 1,00,302 people have been recovered, while one has escaped. So far, about 48.31% patients have been cured.

Here’s a look at the major updates from the cities –

1. CHENNAI Tamil Nadu Covid has the lowest mortality rate of 0.8%: Palaniswami of Edappadi. Six-day week for courts in Puducherry, Tamil Nadu. Going home only to families, says guest workers in Chennai. Temples across Tamil Nadu have suffered a loss of Rs 75 crore due to the lockout. Many star hotels in Chennai have started monetizing their expertise in housekeeping, disinfection and hygiene, gourmet cuisine and laundry service to companies and residents.


2. MUMBAI state recorded 103 plagues on Tuesday, its second highest since May 29 (116), taking the toll to 2,465. Maharashtra added 2,287 Covid-19 Coronovirus Cases, taking its tally to 72,300. The Jumbo Covid-19 care facility at the Bandra-Kurla complex was evacuated on Tuesday following an alert that Cyclone could hit the town of Nisarga. Public Health Minister Rajesh Tope made a surprise visit and found that hospitals were operating at 50% of their strength and most did not display a chart showing their bed strength, occupancy or capped treatment fees. In the first, the Maharashtra government issued shock notice to four major private hospitals – Jaslok, Hinduja, Bombay and Lilavati – for failing to allocate adequate beds for Covid and non-Covid patients and for allegedly denying beds . A 49-year-old traffic constable died on Monday in front of Covid-19, which became the 18th Mumbai police accident. Nearly a month after the Center relaxed the Covid-19 lockdown rules, industrial activity figures show that revival is taking place at a rapid pace. Contributing zones in the state, production has resumed in most places.

3. DELHI Already disorganized passengers on both sides of the Delhi-Haryana border, who are already struggling for clarity on the pass, with daily instructions from governments on sealing, de-sealing and re-sealing, confusion and vehicle pileup Can stare in another week. Leaving them little time to catch up with the previous one. The government shut down almost all shops in markets across the city on Tuesday, removing the aud-even restrictions. More than 4.5 lakh people have already requested for public opinion by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on keeping Delhi borders sealed and hospitals in the capital only in Delhi hospitals. The Chief Minister made this request on Monday.

4. BENGALURU is becoming the mainstay of isolating travelers from all states – Maharashtra Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa on Tuesday ordered the Home Department to file an FIR against those violating the 14-day rule. A passenger train from Delhi – when flying for the first time in a long time at KSR Bengaluru City railway station, chaos erupted when the train arrived from Mumbai, the first from the financial capital, in a recap of events at the height of lockdown. Reached the station on Tuesday after the lockout. Although the state government submitted in the High Court that it would refund the cost of travel of the labor organizations through the Shramik Special trains by 31 May, it continues to receive fares to the states which are not paying the bills.

5. KOLKATA and the rest of the state recorded their highest one-day surge in Covid-positive cases on Tuesday. Experts fear a return to normal routines and the resumption of traffic on congested public transport could affect the Covid number. From Wednesday, autos and taxis can ply with full – 3 + 1- seating capacity. Burrabazar’s wholesale center – which drew strict lockout measures just days before several Covid-19 deaths – got embroiled in controversy for violating social distance rules as restrictions on businesses relaxed on Monday happened. City magicians are also trying to adapt to the ‘work from home’ trend. They are cosmically dragging the proverbial rabbit from behind a computer screen, but with very few tweaks to adapt their acts to smaller laptop screens.

6. LUCKNOW  The state blood bank in the transfusion medicine department of Lucknow King George Medical University (KGMU) is left with only one week of stock because even after rest in lockdown, voluntary blood donation has not increased. Government Railway Police (GRP) constables, who did not come in contact with those found Covid-19 positive, will not be tested for coronovirus infection, even though 11% of the force deployed at Charbagh railway station has been diagnosed. Disease. It is now official. The state government has engaged more than five lakh migrants under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGS) in 40 days, as the Centre’s flagship scheme was resumed after remaining under lock.

7. AHMEDABAD Following the Gujarat High Court order directing the government to allow testing of pre-operative patients and approving private laboratories for Covid-19 test for symptomatic patients prescribed by consultants, the state government on Tuesday Issued new notification for coronovirus testing. An important revelation has been made on the Covid-19 viral transmission, such as lockdown easing and migrating migrants to their home towns. The findings were released by the Ahmedabad-based ICMR-National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH). The western part of Ahmedabad has reported 31.5% of the 292 fresh cases reported in the city on Monday evening. Of the 292 Coronovirus Cases, 92 were from the western part of the city; 46 patients are below 30. Other patients include 1-year-old boy, 8-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl.

8. HYDERABAD At least 150 people who died during the lockout in Hyderabad were given a large-scale secret burial or cremation at an undisclosed location by municipal authorities, as resistance from local communities and the management of cemeteries is increasing, leading to Covid-19 Afraid of contracting. Health officials urged locals to take every precaution to visit markets and shops after registering 99 new Coronovirus Cases on Tuesday, to investigate the state’s 2,891 cases. The virus claimed that another four people died, while the death toll rose to 92. With 70 new Coronovirus Cases reported from the border of Greater Hyderabad, health department officials said that wearing masks but not maintaining social distance defeats the purpose of prevention.

9. CHANDIGARH The death of a 80-year-old woman would delay the removal of the zone zone tag of Sector 30B, which was supposed to complete 28 days to complete its last 28 days. -19 The count took place in Chandigarh on Tuesday with 301 deaths, including four deaths. Haryana recorded the fastest increase in Covid-19 cases in a single day as 296 people tested positive for the virus, taking the state to 2,652. 41 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in Punjab and two deaths due to the virus on Tuesday, bringing the number of people infected in the state to 2,342 and casualties to 46.


June 3, 2020 2 comments
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Ebola Knocks After Corona in Congo, Five People Dead, WHO Also Confirms

Mabandaka After the global epidemic corona virus which has spread all over the world, Ebola virus has knocked in Congo. This has been confirmed by the local authorities as well as the World Health Organization. According to the information, six new cases of Congo Ebola have been reported, four of them have died.

According to the information, Congo health officials said on Monday that six new cases of Ebolavirus have been reported in the western city of Mabandaka. Five of these patients have died. Let it be said that this is the second time after the year 2018, new cases of Ebola virus have been reported in Congo.

The Director General of the World Health Organization, Tedros, said the Congo’s health ministry gave information about the Ebola virus cases. However, in the city where there have been cases of Ebola virus, no cases of coronavirus have been reported so far. However, nearly 3,000 cases of corona have been reported across the Congo so far. He said that Corona and Ebola have no relationship.


Ebola is a regional disease in the tropical rainforest region of Africa, which spreads when an unstable person is exposed to fluids from the body. Symptoms include a sudden onset of fever, weakness, muscle aches, and a sore throat.

This is followed by vomiting, diarrhea, and in some cases internal and external bleeding. There is a risk of death from excessive bleeding. In humans, it is due to direct contact with infectious animals such as chimpanzees, bats and deer. source

New Ebola outbreak in Congo, already killed by measles and coronavirus

Five people have died in Mandaka, a western city 750 miles from another Ebola outbreak in the country. It is unclear how the disease emerged in the city during the lockdown.

A fresh outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus has increased in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a country that was already battling the world’s largest measles epidemic as well as coronovirus.

The Congo’s health ministry said the new Ebola outbreak has killed four people, and at least two more have been infected in Mandabaka, a city of 1.2 million people in the western part of the country. According to UNICEF, the UN agency for children, a fifth person died on Monday.

Less than two months ago, the Congo was about to declare the official end of an Ebola epidemic in the eastern part of the country, which lasted nearly two years and killed more than 2,275 people. Then, with only two days to go, a new case was found, and the outbreak could not be declared over. But officials say it is in its final stages.

It is unclear how the Vandit outbreak at the eastern end of the country originated in Ambola, Mandaka, about 750 miles west. Congo (formerly known as Zaire) is the largest country in sub-Saharan Africa, and has been under travel restrictions to prevent the spread of coronaviruses.

June 2, 2020 2 comments
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Covid 19 LIVE Update: Mumbai Tally crosses 38,000; Lockdown 5.0 Starts Tomorrow

Covid 19 LIVE Update: Mumbai saw 1,510 new COVID-19 cases and 54 deaths on Saturday, bringing the total number of positive cases to 38,220 in the city to 1,227 people on Saturday. 2,990 new coronovirus patients have died in Maharashtra who are taking tally. In 65,168 cases in the state.

The state health department said that more than 99 patients have died, while the death toll is 2,197. The center announced the lockout in the fifth phase on Saturday. The nationwide lockout was extended from June 1 to June 30. The zone and some major rests have also been introduced, including the opening of religious sites, restaurants and shopping malls, among others.

Four ‘unlock’ phases are planned in the month of June to gradually lift the lockdown completely. Meanwhile, India’s COVID-19 death case crossed the 5,000 mark on Saturday and reached a record 1.82 lakh after a record increase in the number of new cases and fatal cases.

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May 31, 2020 0 comment
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