This week two studies have been added to the growing study that found chronic Covid-1 symptoms in general, especially in critically ill patients.
According to a study by Oxford University and the National Institutes of Health Research, of the 200,000 people who recovered from Covid-1, which the researchers studied, %% still had at least one symptom three to six months later.
“Covid-1 appears to be associated with long-term effects that are common and varied,” the study concludes.
The most common chronic symptoms found in the study were shortness of breath, stomach problems, fatigue, pain and anxiety and depression.
The study also noted cognitive symptoms, including “brain fog,” a phenomenon characterized by “difficulty finding words or poor concentration.” Cognitive symptoms are seen in about 8% of patients and more common in the elderly.
The study also found evidence of long-term symptoms in people who recovered from the flu, but the symptoms were twice as high as those of influenza covid-1 a few months after infection.
Meanwhile, a study of 2,4 patients admitted to the hospital with covid-1 in Wuhan, China, published on Wednesday found that at least 5% of patients a year after discharge from the hospital showed at least one symptom. The most common symptoms include fatigue, chest tightness, sweating, anxiety and muscle aches.
In severe cases, 54% show at least one symptom a year after leaving the hospital. However chronic symptoms were common even in less severe cases 41.5% reported at least one symptom after one year.
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যোগ American Airlines, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue have joined United Airlines to get employees vaccinated against Covid-1.
► Alabama lawmakers on Friday approved a plan with Alabama Governor K Ivy to use the ০০ 10,000 million Covid-1 relief fund to build a new prison, calling the construction plan “a major step forward for the prison system.”
“Aladdin” on Broadway is canceling its performance until October 12 because it is fighting to control a coveted outbreak within the musical company. The show was closed for 18 months and resumed on Tuesday.
Hawaii authorities have arrested two California tourists for submitting fake Covid test results to avoid the 10-day separation time required for all unsafe visitors in the state.
V All employees of public colleges and universities in Nevada must receive the covid vaccine by December 1 or face termination, the state governing board has voted.
সহযোগ Supreme Court Associate Judge Brett Kavanagh has tested positive for Kovid-1 for just a few days before the judges return to court to begin a new term, the court announced.
3 Today’s number: According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 43.6 million confirmed Covid-1 cases and more than 700,000 deaths have been recorded in the United States. Worldwide total: more than 234.2 million cases and 4.7 million deaths. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 184.8 million Americans – 55.7% of the population – have been fully vaccinated.
3 What we read: The vaccine mandate is not new in American history. Kovid from smallpox, what public health has learned here.
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The Delta variant removes the goal post for the immunity of the U.S. sail
The original version of the virus that causes Covid-1 causes the current vaccination rate in the country to be about 5%. Unfortunately, the currently dominant delta strain is more than twice as contagious and more people need immunity through vaccination or previous infections to stop the spread of the virus, experts say.
“Now we need a 5 to 0% vaccine against the delta,” said Dr. Eric Topol, vice president of research at Scripps Research in La Jolla, California, and a national expert on the use of data in medical research.
This is not an impossible number. In countries such as Portugal, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates, over 0% of the total population is now vaccinated and the number of cases and deaths is declining.
It is less likely to occur in the United States, where only 55% of the total population is fully vaccinated, and 12% of Americans say it is strongly opposed.
– Elizabeth Weiss, USA Today
The number of coronavirus deaths in the United States has exceeded 700,000
The United States surpassed the deaths of 100,000,000 coronaviruses on Friday night, half of whom have had a brutal wave across the delta-alternately exhausted country in the last nine months alone.
In June in the United States, 20,000,000 people died, while daily deaths dropped below 40,000 in the hope that at least the home crisis was nearing an end. The vaccine was widely available to all American adults and adolescents. Free.
Three months and then 100,000 deaths, 2,000 Americans are dying every day. And millions of people have lost interest in fighting. Football stadiums are filled with masked fans, and in some states the need for vaccinations and masks is prohibited.
Reaching 1,000,000,000 deaths is not a delay, there is even a risk of 1 million deaths. Winter will bring crows to the interior; People will be social inside. Ogbonaya Omenka, an associate professor and public health expert at Butler University in Indianapolis, said that increases the risk of infection.
“Given current rates and expectations, the prospect of reaching 800,000 by 2021 is not unreasonable,” Omenka said. And beyond that, “because the latter largely depends on people’s preferences, we can hit that (1 million) number.”
– John Bacon
Hospitals expel pre-vaccinated workers nationwide
President Joe Biden announced last month that all hospitals that receive Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement must vaccinate their staff. Although health leaders acknowledge and support compulsory vaccination, disruptions by some concerned workforce have led to widespread shortages of healthcare workers in hospitals and clinics across the country.
This week, New York gave the nation a preliminary look at what the Biden administration’s 50-state vaccine order for healthcare workers might look like. Empire State hospitals have fired or fired dozens of workers for failing to meet Monday’s deadline to ensure workers receive at least a dose of their first Covid-1 vaccine.
Predicting front-line health workers to leave or be fired, delaying non-emergency health care operations from New York City, cutting clinic hours and paying up to নার 200 per hour to travel nurses to fill zero shifts.
– Why Altucker, USA Today
A pill for the treatment of covid? Preliminary results are promising.
Pharmaceutical company Merck announced on Friday that the pill being tested for the treatment of Covid-1ing is effective. If approved for use by the FDA, it will be the first treatment for Covid in pill form.
Mark said the pill for patients with the disease reduced hospital admissions and deaths by half when taken within five days of the onset of symptoms. The company expects to submit its data for approval from global regulators soon.
Mark studied 775 adults in mild to moderate cases who were expected to be at high risk due to age or underlying condition and 7.3 were hospitalized or died within 30 days, compared to 14.1% who received a placebo.
Dr Anthony Anthony Fawcett said the announcement was “good news.”
California has announced a mandatory vaccine for schoolchildren
Eligible California students will need to be vaccinated against COVID-1 against going to school in person, but the Food and Administration Administration has fully approved the vaccine for more school-age children, Governor Gavin News announced Friday.
“I believe we will be the first state in America to move forward with this order and requirement,” said Newsom from a school in San Francisco.
Newsom said it expects the order to take effect for seventh- to twelfth-grade students by July 1 next year.
– Erin Richards, USA Today
The Supreme Court has refused to block New York City’s vaccine mandate for teachers
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to rule on the need for New York City public school teachers to receive the Covid-1 vaccine, the second time the country’s high court has refused to proceed with the issue.
A group of New York teachers petitioned the Supreme Court for an emergency order restraining the issuance of the order, for which they had to face unpaid leave to take shots by 5pm on Friday or when school opened on Monday.
– John Fritz, USA Today
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