LONDON: It is common knowledge that a dog’s sense of smell, far superior to a human’s, can be deployed for a number of causes beneficial to society. At airports worldwide, dogs are used to check people and luggage for signs of illegal drugs and other illicit goods, while some breeds are also used by police forces…View More Europe sees two deaths, loads of cases of COVID-linked syndrome in childhood
The syndrome associated with COVID-19 has affected 230 children in Europe.A new life-threatening inflammatory syndrome associated with COVID-19 has affected 230 children in Europe and killed two so far this year, a regional health body said on Friday, as medics worldwide were told to be on alert.The Swedish-based European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control…View More Europe Sees 2 Deaths, Loads of Cases Of COVID-Linked Syndrome In Kids
Representative image. REUTERS/Vincent West – RC29CG9FJEJI The WHO issued a preliminary definition of the syndrome, which it said had become more frequent during the current pandemic but has also appeared in children who did not test positive for COVID-19. Reuters Stockholm Last Updated: May 16, 2020, 8:11 PM IST Share this: A new life-threatening inflammatory…View More Europe Sees Two Deaths, Extra than one Cases of Covid-linked Syndrome in Kids
02:13 The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is possible more countries could find out they had positive cases of COVID-19 much earlier than previously thought.It comes after a doctor in France revealed retrospective samples show the coronavirus was already present there in late December 2019.Christian Lindmeier, a spokesperson for the WHO, said: “The findings,…View More Became COVID-19 already in Europe by December?
CORONAVIRUS was already in Europe as early as December, a month before the outbreak was known, new tests have proven. A French hospital has retested old samples from pneumonia patients and discovered it treated a man who had Covid-19 on December 27 – nearly a month before the French government confirmed its first cases. ⚠️…View More Coronavirus changed into in Europe as early as December – a month ahead of outbreak changed into acknowledged, contemporary exams uncover
Home > News > world > Why Europe’s capital has world’s highest virus death rate Belgium’s Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes holds a news conference on post-lockdown measures amid coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Brussels, Belgium April 24, 2020. (REUTERS) 4 min read . Updated: 25 Apr 2020, 03:03 PM IST Bloomberg Despite having only 11…View More Why Europe’s capital has world’s most realistic virus loss of life rate