While people board airplanes and load cars to visit family, the US has reported a million infections in under a week. Since the pandemic began, more than 12.2 million people have been infected and 256,783 people have died of the virus, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. … [Read more...] about Hospitalizations and Covid-19 cases soar as the US enters one of the busiest travel weeks of the year
The exploding number of cases also prompted the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to update their Thanksgiving travel guidelines, recommending Americans not travel for the holiday. Those who travel should wear masks, keep their distance from others and wash their hands regularly. … [Read more...] about US coronavirus hospitalizations, new cases break record for second straight day
Citing "growing evidence," that he is now immune to the virus, Krabbenhoft said "for me to wear a mask defies the efficacy and purpose of a mask and sends an untruthful message that I am susceptible to infection or could transmit it. I have no interest in using masks as a symbolic gesture." … [Read more...] about Hospital CEO says he had Covid and doesn’t need a mask. His staff are appalled.
"Al Emari set an example of sacrifice that a doctor can do until the last moment of his life. Despite his severe stomach pains, he insisted on conducting the surgery for the patient. He died while performing his work. He is a work martyr," Dr. Al Shehri told Gulf News. … [Read more...] about Surgeon Dies of Heart Attack in Hospital Operating Room During Procedure
It is part of wide-ranging plans expected to be officially agreed upon on Wednesday at a “Corona summit” between the 16 leaders of Germany’s länder (regions), and the federal chancellor, Angela Merkel, which is likely to extend the current “lockdown lite”, which was initially only expected to last until the end of November. … [Read more...] about Germany set to ban New Year’s Eve fireworks to protect hospitals