Japan PM Firm in Lighting Tokyo Olympics' Flames, Denies Cancellation Report
After an unconfirmed report that cancellation of the Games might be imminent, organizers shared on Friday that the Japanese government is determined that the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead.
COVID-19 Has Lesser Penetration to Veteran Smokers a New Case Study Proves in India
COVID-19 pandemic is affecting millions of lives all over the world. It doesn't seem to stop amid extreme lockdowns and limitations.
South African Coronavirus Variant That Might Be Immune To Vaccines Discovered by Ohio Researchers
Scientists in Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center report that they’ve isolated the South African variant of the coronavirus. One implied change in the virus genome is that vaccines might be affected.
Seven Chinese Provinces Go into Wartime Mode COVID-19 as the CCP Virus Causes Outbreaks
It is a return to sender as the CCP virus have outbreaks in China that activate Wartime mode COVID-19. The virus is returning with more efficiency compared to the Wuhan virus causing great alarm.
Asymptomatic Cases Cause Virus Infection to Spread in the US Researchers Say
Asymptomatic cases can be a possible source of significant spread within the population ecology of COVID-19.
China Locks Down Part of Province, Virus Restrictions Heightened
As COVID-19 continues to spike, according to the latest reports, Chinese officials order a city to be placed under lockdown protocols which is a home for 11 million individuals.
World Health Organization Slams Chinese Communist Party for Delaying Foreign Specialists into Wuhan
The World Health Organization chastised the Chinese Communist Party for not allowing specialists to look into the Wuhan hotspot. According to WHO officials, no permission has been given despite requests.
Super Spreaders: UK COVID-19 Variant in Several Cities in Northern China
The incidence of the UK COVID-19 Variant as another variant of the CCP virus has been detected. Northern China cities are in alert as the variant has infected Chinese patients with super-spreaders suspects are found.
Inflatable Christmas Costume Possible Cuplrit in Kaiser Permanente COVID-19 Outbreak
An inflatable Christmas costume is now the probable cause of dozens of coronavirus infections plaguing the staff of Kaiser Permanente San Jose Emergency Department.
Report: Another Increase in COVID-19 Infections Could Completely Damage the US Healthcare System
Holiday gatherings have fueled yet another increase of COVID-19 infections and another spike could completely damage the US healthcare system, experts said.
New UK COVID-19 Mutation Detected in Colorado, Severity of Contagiousness not Determined
Cases of the UK COVID-19 Mutation detected in the US at Colorado is under observation if it transmits easily. The coronavirus has several mutations that are not the only attributable reason, but the virus itself.
Covid-19 Cases in Wuhan, Possibly Half a Million Study Shows
Almost ten times the official number of confirmed cases, an estimated half a million residents from Wuhan may have been infected with coronavirus, based on the study of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Human Error Leads to Disposal of Dozens of COVID-19 Vaccine in Wisconsin
Due to human error, fifty vials of the coronavirus vaccine manufactured by Moderna had to be thrown out in the state of Wisconsin this past weekend.
Biden Receives First of the Two Shots of COVID-19 Vaccine
United States' President-elect Joe Biden publicly took the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine on Monday as broadcasted on national television.
Trump Signs 2-Day Spending Bill to Prevent Government Shutdown, Stimulus Bill on Negotiations
Hours before the funding was set to lapse, President Donald Trump signed a law, a short-term government bill in order to avoid a government shutdown late on Friday, buying lawmakers a few more days of negotiations as talks in Congress regarding the COVID-19 stimulus bill extended over the weekend.