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A higher viral load in the body increases the risk of death

A Brazilian and an American survey found that the greater the viral load of the new coronavirus in the patient’s body, the greater the likelihood of death. USP shows case of renewed infection by Covid-19 in already recovered patients Brazilian research A study conducted by the Federal University of São Paulo (Unifesp) using data collected between March and June this …

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8 new cases were confirmed in Jaboticabal – With the Word

The city of Jaboticabal announced that 8 new cases of coronavirus were confirmed this Saturday (08). * Social distance is still important. It is also recommended to only stay with a mask and a quick return * in important cases. So far, the community has registered * 338 confirmed cases * of Covid-19. * Epidemiological Bulletin – 08/08 * * …

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Lack of data and transparency create distrust of the Russian vaccine

0 Diego Vara / Reuters Nurse shows Chinese vaccine Sinovac, which is in phase 3 and should be manufactured in Brazil Moscow – The safety of the vaccine for Covid under development in Russia and the accuracy of its data have been verified after the government announced that it would vaccinate the population back in October. The manufacture of the …

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Coronavrus: Joo da Barra confirms eight new cases – Portal Ururau – Site de Notcias

São João da Barra confirmed eight new cases of coronavirus and 24 recovered patients in the past 24 hours. Of the total confirmed cases, 647,441 included recovered patients and 22 deaths. The city has seven coronavirus hospital stays, four in intensive care and 88 suspected cases pending laboratory test results. Hospital stays equal to 40% of intensive care bed occupancy, …

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The measles vaccination for adults runs until the end of August – MA10

Individuals between 20 and 49 years of age must be vaccinated by August 31st in the fourth phase of national measles vaccination mobilization by the Ministry of Health. The vaccine is available in 43,000 health centers across the country and is available the main way to prevent and control the disease. More than 90 million people live in this age …

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Cholesterol medications can help treat Covid-19

The news is good: Statins are a complementary treatment option for diseases caused by Corona virus. This is because these remedies are indicated for people with cholesterol Old, Cardiovascular problems, diabetes, among others, protects the vascular wall and modulates inflammation, reducing the risk of thrombosis. This is a particularly beneficial effect COVID-19. People infected with the new virus can experience …

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Roraima does not register any new deaths but confirms 561 more cases

Another 59 deaths believed to have been caused by the disease are being investigated Roraima registered another 454 new cases of coronavirus and achieved a total of 36,387,000 confirmations of the disease. The information comes from the state health department (Sesau) this Saturday, September 8th. According to the Sesau Epidemiological Bulletin, 584 samples from patients suspected of having coronavirus were …

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A lack of data and transparency raise suspicions about Russia’s vaccine

Russia isn’t the only country promising a vaccine later this year PHOTO: Reuters via BBC The safety of the vaccine against Covid under development in Russia and the accuracy of its data were verified after the government announced that it would vaccinate the population as early as October. The manufacture of the vaccine from September before all tests were completed …

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Bahia Notícias / Saúde / Notícias / Reports of arbovirus cases fell by 55% in Salvador, emphasizes the town hall

The City of Salvador’s Zoonosis Control Center (CCZ) presented on Saturday (8) data on the control of the mosquito Aedes aegypti, a vector of diseases such as dengue fever, zika and chikungunya. According to the city administration, the number of reports of arboviruses in the capital decreased by 55% in July compared to previous months. “We are intensifying the joint …

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