Long before the pandemic plagued the nation, retaliation plagued federal workers. To bring relief to public servants wrongfully punished for exposing unlawful agency wrongdoing, on May 15, 2002, President Bush signed the Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation (No FEAR) Act of 2002 into law. No FEAR law is to increase federal agency accountability for acts of discrimination or reprisal against employees.
Pfizer and BioNTech have announced preliminary results on the effectiveness of the Coronavirus vaccine. Currently, the Coronavirus continues to be on the news with over 52 million infected and over 1.2 million deaths around the world. There are many questions and concerns pertaining the effectiveness of the vaccines.
Feeling down? You’re not alone. According to Census Bureau data, nearly one-third of Americans suffer from anxiety or depression symptoms. The Census Bureau, which rated household experiences between April 23, 2020 and July 21, 2020, cites the COVID 19 pandemic as one reason for a spike in mental distress.
As global events go, the Coronavirus pandemic is the kind of once-in-a-generation challenge that can test the mettle of even the sturdiest business. For non-profits, especially, COVID-19 has presented some unique obstacles to traditional management methods. Fortunately, there are ways to steer the ship of your company towards calmer waters even in the face of stormy seas and intimidating crosswinds. Here are just a few great methods for managing your non-profit during this tough time and come away better for the experience.
This week, the news of Russia developing a vaccine against Coronavirus made world news. Currently, there over 20.7 million cases of the infected and over 749,000 deaths around the globe. According Russian President Vladimir Putin, “the vaccine forms a stable immune system,” and “passed all the necessary checks.”
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said that due to the sudden spread of Coronavirus infection in her country, the upcoming general elections may have to be postponed. On Tuesday, four people were suddenly found infected in the country’s largest city of Auckland.
There is a recession around the globe due to the Coronavirus pandemic. China essentially put this hardship on everyone due to its careless actions. Some, including French Nobel Prize winner and virologist Luc Montagnier, believe the coronavirus originated in a Chinese lab. Most others, however, do not.
German biotechnology company BioNTech and the American pharmaceutical company, Pfizer, have announced the start of a very important global study to evaluate their top-ranked vaccine among potential vaccines for the COVID-19 disease. Both hope the study will be successful.
Russian scientists did a study pertaining to the spread of Coronavirus in Russia. Currently, there are over 15 million infected around the globe, and the numbers continue to climb. California has the largest number of cases in the US. Coronavirus also continues to spread in Russia.
The Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the world. Currently, there are over 14.4 million infected, and over 640,000 deaths around the globe. In the United States, the numbers continue to rise, and many US States rolled back the White House reopening plan to the initial Phase 1.
The Coronavirus continues to be a global pandemic. Many countries, including the US, are experiencing a surge in new cases. It is almost like the the second wave came earlier. Currently, there are more than 13 million infected around the globe, and more than 532,000 have died.
South Korean Engineers from the Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials have created a robot that can help fight the coronavirus. The robot allows a doctor to take an analysis from a patient without coming into contact with them. This technology can protect medical professionals against infection from dangerous diseases.
Scientists from the USA, Russia, and Germany made a great discovery that antibiotic-resistant pathogens are defenseless against a long-known substance. This discovery may become the basis for the development of new effective drugs. There is a need for a new class of drugs, since antibiotic resistance is on the rise.
This year, the Coronavirus has significantly impacted the whole world. Currently, there are 9.9 million infected and over 498,000 deaths around the globe. China is experiencing a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Beijing. In the United States, Florida, Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee posted their highest number cases in one day.
Expenditures on medicine in Ukraine will increase by another 8 billion Ukranian hryvnias, and the salaries of all Ukrainian doctors will be increased from September 1, said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The President made his remarks in a speech on the occasion of the Medical Worker’s Day.
Earlier last week President Trump said he needed a decision from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper as to whether the Republican National Convention could proceed as scheduled. Trump told reporters in the White House that, “We need a fast decision from the governor. He’s been acting very, very slowly and very suspiciously, but we’ll find out. We’re talking about a very short period of time. . . . I would say within a week that certainly we have to know. if he can’t do it, if he feels he’s not going to do it, all he has to do is tell us. And then we’ll have to pick another location. And I tell you a lot of locations want it.”
Last month President Trump announced that he would be freezing funding to the World Health Organization (WHO) due to their misinformation and pro-China bias concerning the recent coronavirus pandemic. When the virus initially appeared in Wuhan WHO praised China’s handling of the situation and commended China’s “transparency” even as it was becoming evident that China had silenced whistleblowers and journalists.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen presented an exceptional aid plan on Wednesday, valued at €750 billion, to support the European economy affected by the COVID-19 epidemic. The Commission suggested the figure to finance the recovery plan, according to European Commissioner for Economic Affairs, Paolo Gentolini.
Coronavirus continues to be the main topic of discussions on the news and social media. Currently, there are over 5 million cases and over 330,000 deaths around the globe. Meanwhile, scientists have developed a tissue that denies the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus the ability to enter cells. This effect is caused by a weak electric field generated by the material in the presence of moisture. Now the researchers are going to get approval from regulatory authorities and start producing masks. The development is expected to be commercially produced by Vomaris Inc.
This is the life of a disabled mother suffering from the death of her only child, who was purposely killed by NJ Transit bus/ Coach USA deadly bus driver! The tragedy of it all has led to an emotional battle for the mother.
Want to know what it feels like to have your son’s death case forgotten by the prosecutor’s office during this pandemic? Is it quite disheartening? She no longer has the help to get around to a doctor’s appointment or even the ability to buy food during the coronavirus (Covid-19) quarantine, which is stressful, a grieving mother says.
In the past month, there are series of strange hospital events resulting in deaths reported in Russia. The epicenter seems to be Moscow, St. Petersburg and surrounding areas. On May 9th in Moscow Hospital #50, a fire broke out in the ICU treating coronavirus patients. One woman on a ventilator died and over 300 people had to be evacuated. At the time, the cause of fire was suspected to be a Russian Made Aventa-M ventilator.
Currently, there are over 4.2 million cases of coronavirus and over 286,000 deaths around the world. As economies start to re-open around the globe, a second wave of coronavirus continues to be a possibility. China just reported new cases, including 3 in Wuhan. Coronavirus was first observed in Wuhan in the fall of 2019. There is still no vaccine or specific protocol to treat patients with the virus.
China has been boasting that the coronavirus pandemic is no longer a threat. The Chinese government claimed that China had zero new cases until now. It has been previously reported that as of April 24 all patients have been discharged from the hospitals. Russia joined in on the Chinese propaganda campaign meant to showcase the highly executed protocols by the Chinese government in response to the virus containment.
As some U. S. states creep out of lockdown in early May, the spread of COVID infection has leveled off in the nation as a whole, but the trend in new cases widely varies among the ten largest states (see accompanying infographic).
The situation in Nicaragua and the measures implemented to date against the Covid-19 are very different from the US ones. The Central American country did not announce its first case of coronavirus until March 18. But the government had already been widely questioned for contradicting international health recommendations to avoid crowds by calling a citizen march called “Love in times of Covid-19” a few days before.
New research by Indonesian scientists claims there are 30 different mutations of the disease strain Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). Currently, there are over 3.7 million infected and over 258,000 deaths around the world. There is a race around the globe to create a vaccine against COVID-19. The US just announced human trials of the new vaccine. However, a trial stage does not mean the vaccine is effective yet.
The news broke that a Chinese researcher working at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center was murdered on May 2. He was apparently on the brink of big breakthrough pertaining to the coronavirus. He was murdered by a fellow Chinese national, who committed suicide after the murder. The deceased has been identified as Dr Bing Liu and was only 37 years old.
Germany plans to allocate €525 million for international cooperation in developing vaccines and medicines for the emerging coronavirus. German Chancellor Angela Merkel made the announcement today during a “marathon” online donor conference, which was called by European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen.
While today’s world is struggling with the crisis of the COVID-19 disease, let’s look back at the history of a great pandemic that had caused the world to stand still and what happened after that disaster. The Spanish Flu outbreak, that occurred more than 100 years ago, killed around 40-50 million people within two years, between 1918-1920.
Coronavirus continues to be the main topic of discussions around the world. Currently, there are over 3.3 million infected and over 234,000 deaths around the globe. US intelligence agencies are investigating the origin of the Coronavirus and are not ruling out that the coronavirus leaked from the lab in Wuhan. A French Nobel prize winner and virologist already made an educated statement proving the COVID-19 is a man made virus and that Chinese scientists were working on the AIDS vaccine (since the virus does have some of the HIV particles) and the virus was released.
Coronavirus is still a main topic on the news and social media around the world. Currently there are over 3.1 million of the infected and over 217,000 deaths around the globe. As a result of the latest COVID-19 pandemic scientists decided to use new virus classifications. The new system will have better spread and will essentially allow them to track the mutations of the viruses. This will allow more precise research.
The disagreement between Guatemala and the United States due to the deportation of migrants in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic is now public. For weeks, there were serious suspicions about some of the Guatemalan migrants returned by the US authorities. They were infected after unsuccessfully trying to enter the country with the highest number of cases and deaths from covid-19 in the world.
It is clear in many countries the peak of the coronavirus passed. Nevertheless, the spread of the coronavirus remains a concern and it is possible a second wave of COVID-19 could emerge. Many scientists internationally are racing to create a viable vaccine and to decipher the virus mutations in order to create proper protocol purely tailored to coronavirus treatment.
If you are anything like me, you feel that a “will” isn’t really necessary at this time in your life. I’m in my late 40’s, single, with no kids and no houseplants (not even a small potted one from Trader Joe’s). However, due to the current state of events SURROUNDING Covid-19, I think it is very important to get one’s “affairs in order.”
A new research paper has been published pertaining to the creation of an algorithm that is able to quickly identify the mutations of COVID-19. Now the effectiveness of quarantine can be tangibly tracked and evaluated. Labs that are working to develop a vaccine, and some that are in testing phases, will be evaluate their vaccines using this new technology.
In Ukraine, as of Monday morning, at least 5,710 cases of coronavirus infection-causing COVID-19 disease were officially confirmed. Ukraine logged 343 new cases on Sunday and eight new deaths. Since the beginning of the epidemic in Ukraine, most cases of infection have been recorded in the Chernivtsi region (906), Kiev (850), Ivano-Frankivsk region (512) and Ternopil region (414).
The global coronavirus pandemic has infected 2,223,122 people all around the globe, causing 152,328 deaths as of April 18th. So far, the virus has killed 1,241 in Brazil alone. The U.S. is at present the hardest-hit country with up to 557,663 coronavirus cases and 22,116 total deaths, as reported by Johns Hopkins.
Coronavirus continues to be on all the news around the world. Currently, there are over 2.2 million cases and over 150,000 deaths. Some countries such as Spain starting to ease the social distancing and reopening slowly businesses. In North America the coronavirus pandemic continues to roar.
China continues to resist providing any additional information pertaining to coronavirus vital data that would help the world be able to decipher its origin. Originally, a now deceased doctor who was voicing concern about the unknown virus in Wuhan was accused by the Chinese government of false statements and he was even given a warning. After his death, he was exonerated, because China’s social scoring system effects the whole family.
The United Nations has granted $16 million to fight COVID-19 in Angola. It represents a reprogrammed amount for the Angolan State to provide a national response in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Resident Coordinator Paolo Balladelli made the announcement today in the capital, Luanda.
Coronavirus continues to dominate all the news. As April 10th, the number of infected around the world surpassed 1.6 million and the death toll reached over 100,000. The pandemic continues to cripple global economies and quarantines around the world continue. There are also disturbing cases of possible reinfection with the virus in South Korea. However, a new research paper believes there are three types of Coronavirus around the world, so it could be plausible people are getting “reinfected” with a different strain.
Coronavirus continues to be the main news around the world. As of April 8th, there are over 1.5 million cases world wide and over 82,000 deaths reported. The pandemic is not slowing down at all. The only place that seems to be free of new cases is China. However, China had a head start, since the virus originated in China in the first place.
Coronavirus continues to be a global pandemic. Many nations imposed quarantines and are dealing with a shortage of medical supplies. As of April 7th, the death toll around the world is over 79,000. One of the hardest hit and less prepared is Italy. The Italian media admited recently that their coverage of doom and gloom may have contributed to mass hysteria and fear in the nation.
As of April 7th, there are over 1,390,511 infected cases of coronavirus around the world according to the John Hopkins interactive tool. Thus far there haven’t been any drugs to specifically treat coronavirus. Many doctors around the world are trying to treat infected with anti-malaria drugs and also AIDS drugs. The same protocols were used during SARS.
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Coronavirus continues to be a serious issue in Europe. At this time Europe is one of the hardest hit continents due to this pandemic. The European Commission has actually announced that it intends to postpone the entry into force of Regulations on Medical Devices (MDR) and In Vitro Devices (IVDR) until 2021. The European Union’s (EU) Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation (IVDR), originally published on May 5, 2017 by the EU Parliament, sets forth new and important requirements for medical device and in vitro diagnostic manufacturers that distribute products in the EU.