Coronavirus immunity may only last a few months, study suggests – Sky News

Click here to view the original article. The post Coronavirus immunity may only last a few months, study suggests – Sky News appeared first on Mackay Online News. Warren RuthWarren…

Read more »

Coronavirus deaths in the US take a long-expected turn for the worse – 9News

Auto News: Kia’s Australian Open Fleet hits the road – caradvice.com.au Click here to view the original article. The post Coronavirus deaths in the US take a long-expected turn for the worse…

Read more »

No checks on Melbourne flight to Sydney – Tenterfield Star

NSW Health authorities have failed to conduct health screenings for a Melbourne-to-Sydney flight on the evening before NSW-Victoria border closures came into effect, as they were busy checking another plane….

Read more »

7 myths are fueling new Covid-19 surges. Avoiding these will help save the economy and save lives

By Holly Yan | CNN It’s easy to fall into a false sense of security now that states have reopened. And many are already paying the price. States are shutting…

Read more »

Brazil may be just the tip of the iceberg as coronavirus rips through Latin America – ABC News

Brazil’s huge wealth disparities, porous social safety net and tightly-packed, densely populated favelas all make the country the ideal host for disease disaster. But why this perfect storm erupted ……

Read more »

San Mateo County: 8 inmates test positive for COVID-19

REDWOOD CITY – Eight inmates and three employees at San Mateo County jails have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, authorities revealed Thursday. The inmates were…

Read more »

4 Things We’ve Learned About Coronavirus That Make It Unusual – Lifehacker Australia

It is now almost six months since the world became aware of coronavirus, or COVID-19, and almost four months since the World Health Organisation declared a pandemic. As the number…

Read more »

Don’t let the virus kill humanity

Hatred and discrimination increased in the last two months since the pandemic was declared and no group of people was forgiven. No matter the age, religion, skin color, bank account,…

Read more »

An affordable sensor to assess water quality

In certain regions of the world, access to safe and potable water is not always guaranteed. Students from the School of Advanced Digital Technologies (ETNA) in France developed the WellCheck…

Read more »

Weight management apps cause concern

In a world where diets and weight loss programs are easily accessible online or through apps, healthcare professionals are worried about these solutions that tackle a problem of great complexity,…

Read more »