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Coronavirus: Scientists conclude people cannot be infected twice
Researchers at the South Korean centre for disease control and prevention (CDC) now say it is impossible for the COVID-19 virus to reactivate in human bodies.
At least 10 existing drugs could weaken Covid-19, study says
At least 10 different drug compounds ranging from cancer therapies to antipsychotics and antihistamines may be effective at preventing the new coronavirus from multiplying in the body...
Oxford University is partnering with a vaccine manufacturer, trial results expected in June
The first results from human trials of a coronavirus vaccine being developed by Oxford University should be available by mid-June, said Oxford professor John Bell.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says Gilead’s remdesivir will set a new ‘standard of care’ for coronavirus treatment
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Wednesday that data from a coronavirus drug trial testing Gilead Sciences’ antiviral drug remdesivir showed “quite good news” and sets a new standard of care for patients.
Bill Gates’s vision for life beyond the coronavirus
Bill Gates saw the coronavirus coming. Here’s his plan to beat it. Gates has reoriented his foundation and committed hundreds of millions of dollars to the world’s fight against the coronavirus.
Lifebank is providing coronavirus drive-through mobile test centers in Nigeria
Nigerian medical delivery company Lifebank has launched two drive-through mobile testing centers to boost coronavirus testing numbers in the country.
7 ways the earth has gotten better since the coronavirus shutdown
For sure, the virus’ sweeping negative effects are devastating. But, here are some of the top ways it has had some positive impact, even if only temporary, in time for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
More good news: 8 huge new pieces of positive coronavirus news across the globe
SeattlePI rounded up more than 20 pieces of good news in the midst of the novel coronavirus' heavy impact across the globe. Now, we hear you, and we're here with more positive updates despite times of uncertainty.
Three potential coronavirus vaccines moving ahead in tests
Three potential coronavirus vaccines are making fast progress in early-stage testing in volunteers in China and the U.S., but it’s still a long road to prove if they’ll really work against COVID-19.