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Saline July 4th party leads to the outbreak of the corona virus

More than 40 cases of coronavirus in saline are associated with a party on July 4th. Washtenaw County’s Health Department has identified 43 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 66 exposed contacts from a house party in the Saline region from July 2-3, according to a press release. The exposed contacts do not count any immediate family members from the same household. …

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A salty Christmas party leads to 43 confirmed COVID-19 cases, locations across the state

SALINE, me. – A large house party in Saline on the holiday weekend has resulted in 43 confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), 66 exposed close contacts and multiple locations in shops, restaurants, businesses and recreational areas in Metro Detroit in northern Michigan and even outside the state. Washtenaw County Department of Health officials said the majority of the 43 new …

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Coronavirus: New British study shows that antibodies fade after three weeks

According to a new study by British scientists, coronavirus immunity disappears only a few weeks after people have shown symptoms. Investigations by King’s College in London showed that the presence of antibodies peaked three weeks after the symptoms appeared before they disappeared. In some cases, the antibodies were no longer detectable three months later. This was followed by a Spanish …

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Japan has long accepted the spread of COVID in the air, and scientists say ventilation is key

Tokyo – Under pressure from the scientific community, the World Health Organization launched last week Air transfer from “microdroplets” as a possible third cause of COVID-19 infections. For many researchers in Japan, the shot felt anti-climactic. This densely populated country has been working for months under the assumption that tiny, “aerosolized” particles in crowded environments are charging the spread of …

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Monday, July 13: Latest developments on the corona virus in Michigan

Michigan experienced its typical Sunday slump in reported COVID-19 cases and deaths on July 12th. The number of new coronavirus cases dropped below 400 for the first time in almost a week. Daily figures from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services show 390 new confirmed coronavirus cases and another confirmed death. It is the lowest number of new …

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Ask Amy: Woman is being pushed out of the triangle of friendship

Dear Amy, I made friends with a colleague, “Marilee”, two years ago. We have built a great friendship. I recently invited another girl, “Trina”, to our group of friends. Trina doesn’t work with us, but we have other common interests. However, lately Marilee and Trina seem to have connected and are gradually excluding me from things – tubing, brunch, beach …

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New York City reports no deaths; Florida sets daily records

CONCLUDE According to a report by the Pew Research Center, discrimination and racism have increased due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, especially among Asians. USA TODAY When the coronavirus pandemic peaked on Sunday in Florida and around the world, New York’s health authorities gave a glimmer of hope: They reported zero deaths for the first time in four months. …

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