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The llama’s wally antibody, analyzed in J’lem, may help millions through COVID.

The antibodies from a single llama analyzed in a laboratory in Jerusalem could be replicated and help “millions” of coronavirus patients, the scientists said. Dina Schneidman-Duhovny of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem has examined the qualities of dozens of antibodies from a llama called Wally, and determined which is best against the human coronavirus. The best candidates were tested in …

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Kirkwood Elementary School Turns Online With One In Four Staff Under Coronavirus Quarantine | Metro

Sign up for $ 5/5 month KIRKWOOD – Robinson Elementary School will be closed for at least two days starting Monday as more than a quarter of the staff and four classes are under quarantine for possible COVID-19 exposure. Two students and one staff at Robinson are currently on quarantine after testing positive for the virus or experiencing symptoms following …

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Track number of coronavirus infections, recovery and death in the Greater Houston area

HOUSTON Here’s a quick look at coronavirus cases that have been reported in the Greater Houston area. Austin County: 524 cases, 10 deaths, 508 restored Officials request that everyone receive the latest information about COVID-19 cases in Austin Country from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services here. Brazoria County: Total 12,012 cases, 158 deaths, 10,950 people recovered Information …

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Why is pancreatic cancer so deadly?

CLOSED Alex Trebek, “Jeopardy!” host, died after a battle with pancreatic cancer. USA TODAY According to the American Cancer Society, about 47,050 people will die this year from pancreatic cancer, and among them is Alex Trebek, the beloved “Jeopardy!” organization. Trebek, 80, died Sunday, about 20 months after he announced he had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer – …

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The United States set a record for the number of new COVID-19 cases for the fourth consecutive day

For the fourth time in days, the United States has set a record for the number of new COVID-19 infections per day. According to the Washington Post, there were 134,377 new coronavirus infections reported in the country on Saturday, along with 1,147 deaths. Saturday’s figure beat Friday’s record of 122,365 new cases reported. That high beat Wednesday’s record 121,289 cases …

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‘Regular man must wait until 2022 for Covid vaccine’

AIIMS director and member of the National Task Force for Coronavirus management in India, Dr. Randeep Guleria has said that ordinary people will have to wait until 2022 to be vaccinated with Covid. He said it would take “more than a year” for the Coronavirus vaccine to be readily available on the Indian market. Randeep Guleria said in an interview …

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North Denmark in preventing virus mutation in mink farms

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – More than a quarter of a million Danes were shut down Friday in a northern part of the country where a mutant variant of the coronavirus infects farmed mink for fur, leading to orders to kill millions of animals. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said the move was aimed at stopping the virus and came two days after …

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