Coronavirus rules: How much physical distancing is enough? Do not sing or cough Numerous studies have also shown that coughing can propel veritable parcels of viruses up to 8 meters through the air. Speaking or singing loudly also spread a lot of aerosols and droplets about the room. If, however, people only speak quietly, as in a library, and sit in the fresh air, safe distances can be smaller again. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus vaccination: What are we actually waiting for?
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This morning: “National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr. Francis Collins and Surgeon General Dr. Jerome AdamsJerome AdamsTop health officials pledge to keep politics out of COVID-19 vaccine process The Hill's 12:30 Report — Presented by Facebook — Trump, Biden duel in final stretch | Vaccine trial on pause after recipient's 'potentially unexplained illness' | Biden visits Michigan | Trump campaign has 18 events in 11 states planned in the next week Watch live: Senate hearing on vaccines MORE testified on vaccines before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.” Livestream from C-SPAN: https://cs.pn/32aZeHS … [Read more...] about The Hill’s 12:30 Report — Presented by Facebook — Trump, Biden duel in final stretch | Vaccine trial on pause after recipient’s ‘potentially unexplained illness’ | Biden visits Michigan | Trump campaign has 18 events in 11 states planned in the next week
NURSES FROM ACROSS THE UK WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO LONDON HOSPITALS TO CARE FOR THE CAPITAL'S 'TSUNAMI' OF PATIENTS NHS nurses are to be sent to London from all over the UK as the capital is set to be struck by a 'tsunami' of coronavirus cases in the coming weeks and British pandemic-related deaths reached 115-a-day. … [Read more...] about UK’s coronavirus death toll jumps by 181 to 759 in Britain’s darkest day of the crisis yet as almost 3,000 more patients are diagnosed as Government promises to start testing hundreds of frontline NHS staff this weekend
What do I need to know about the coronavirus? EASY STEPS: How to keep safe HOPE AND LOSS: Your coronavirus stories LOOK-UP TOOL: Check cases in your area VIDEO: The 20-second hand wash STRESS: How to look after your mental health What questions do you have about coronavirus? Do you want to ask it on BBC News? Get in touch and we may ask you to send us a video of you asking your question. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Will universities be exempt from the new rules? And other questions