In the 2002 Danny Boyle movie, 28 Days Later, animal liberation activists free chimpanzees infected with the virus, which then spreads throughout the United Kingdom. The post-apocalyptic zombie film follows Jim (played by Cillian Murphy) as he wakes up from a coma 28 days after the initial outbreak, and discovers London deserted. … [Read more...] about ’28 Days Later’ Just Became Real After Monkeys Escape From Lab With COVID-19 Blood Samples
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“I went to the doctor and they told me I had the flu, but it was worse than the flu. And I give blood all the time, and I didn’t want to give blood if I have the virus,” said Atkins. … [Read more...] about Allegheny Health Network Takes Coronavirus Mobile Testing Unit To Duquesne
While Madonna claimed in her Instagram post that age would not have been such a prominent topic in a profile of one her male contemporaries, the article does mention a handful of over-60 male musicians who have continued to tour and remain popular, like Bruce Springsteen, David Byrne, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones. Though it's worth noting that the youngest of that group, Byrne, is seven years older than Madonna, while Dylan and all the Rolling Stones are well into their seventies. … [Read more...] about Madonna Said She Felt ‘Raped’ by New York Times Magazine Profile
Rhoades Ha assured me that the column will not undermine the newspaper's adversarial reporting on Trump: "It is entirely separate from our newsroom coverage." As for the author, Kinsley "is the columnist writing it and every installment will be by him." (And that email address? "Kinsley is soliciting ideas and feedback and will incorporate suggestions down the road." Rhoades Ha pointed out that the correct email address is [email protected], not [email protected], as was erroneously published.) … [Read more...] about Why Is the New York Times Running a Column to Say Nice Things About Trump?
The higher the sensitivity, the fewer false negatives a test will give. The higher the specificity, the fewer false positives. Across populations, tests give more accurate results if the disease being tested for is common in the population. If an infection has only affected a small percentage of people being tested, even a very small margin of error in a test will be magnified. … [Read more...] about CDC: Antibody Tests For COVID-19 Wrong Up To Half The Time