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Not yet, but multiple drugmakers are working on treatments and vaccines.Not yet, but multiple drugmakers are working on treatments and vaccines.

Is There a Cure for the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus? | The Motley Fool

New data suggests that children aren’t immune to the new coronavirus. That could have huge implications for efforts to contain local outbreaks.New data suggests that children aren’t immune to the new coronavirus. That could have huge implications for efforts to contain local outbreaks.

Kids Can Get Covid-19. They Just Don't Get That Sick | WIRED

Cut through the misinformation with this visual guide to the new coronavirus, how it spreads, how COVID-19 affects the body, and how to protect yourself and others.Cut through the misinformation with this visual guide to the new coronavirus, how it spreads, how COVID-19 affects the body, and how to protect yourself and others.

Facts about novel coronavirus and how to prevent COVID-19 | The Seattle Times

Small steps like hand-washing and covering coughs can not only reduce our risks of infection but also have a big impact on the scope of an epidemic.Small steps like hand-washing and covering coughs can not only reduce our risks of infection but also have a big impact on the scope of an epidemic.

Former FDA chief Gottlieb: actions needed to fight the coronavirus

As we prepare for the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus, there are some precautions hotel managers and staff can take to improve guest and employee health and safety. Early evidence suggests that the virus that causes COVID-19 can spread more easily than the virus that causes seasonal influenza, and it appears that the COVID-19 disease is more deadly than seasonal influenza.As we prepare for the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus, there are some precautions hotel managers and staff can take to improve guest and employee health and safety. Early evidence suggests that the virus that causes COVID-19 can spread more easily than the virus that causes seasonal influenza, and it appears that the COVID-19 disease is more deadly than seasonal influenza.

COVID-19 - Tips for Hotel Managers | By Sheryl F. Kline, Jennifer Horney and Katie Kirsch – Hospitality Net

Globally, the latest threat to public health is the "Coronavirus Disease-2019", (CoViD-19), which is essentially a respiratory disease. It was first detected in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. What is the coronavirus? It is a large family of similar viruses, which are responsible for most common illnesses, ranging from the common cold and cough to more serious illnesses, suchGlobally, the latest threat to public health is the “Coronavirus Disease-2019”, (CoViD-19), which is essentially a respiratory disease.

CoViD-19: Facts vs fear | The Daily Star

“So apparently Spanish Flu also went by the name of The Spanish Lady. And obviously we had The Black Death. If we're going to do this, surely we need something a bit more romantic or dramatic than "Coronavirus" or "Covid".”

(((Dan Hodges))) on Twitter: "So apparently Spanish Flu also went by the name of The Spanish Lady. And obviously we had The Black Death. If we're going to do this, surely we need something a bit more romantic or dramatic than "Coronavirus" or "Covid"."

“⚠️#COVID19 “is the most frightening disease I've ever encountered in my career...because of the combination of infectiousness & a lethality that appears to be many-fold higher than flu.” Dr. Richard Hatchett, leading efforts to find a #coronavirus vaccine. https://t.co/WFoVqSSeKW”

Dr. Dena Grayson on Twitter: "⚠️#COVID19 “is the most frightening disease I've ever encountered in my career...because of the combination of infectiousness & a lethality that appears to be many-fold higher than flu.” Dr. Richard Hatchett, leading efforts to find a #coronavirus vaccine. https://t.co/WFoVqSSeKW"

““Sitting around waiting for local transmission is kind of agonizing" - The relentless virus hunters racing to find and contain #COVID19 in Canada, by @kellygrant1 @AndreaWoo https://t.co/JTnxwfZTho via @globeandmail #cdnhealth #coronavirus”

André Picard on Twitter: "“Sitting around waiting for local transmission is kind of agonizing" - The relentless virus hunters racing to find and contain #COVID19 in Canada, by @kellygrant1 @AndreaWoo https://t.co/JTnxwfZTho via @globeandmail #cdnhealth #coronavirus"

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Scientists across the world are rushing to develop effective treatments for the novel coronavirus. But how soon can they be on the market?Scientists across the world are rushing to develop effective treatments for the novel coronavirus. But how soon can they be on the market?

Inside the Race for a COVID-19 Cure

New but formally unpublished research suggests that children may be just as likely as adults to become infected with the novel coronavirus.New but formally unpublished research suggests that children may be just as likely as adults to become infected with the novel coronavirus.

Are children actually 'as likely' to get COVID-19 as adults?

The 25 scientists found that children were less likely to get the virus and that fatigue was a more common symptom than respiratory problems.The 25 scientists found that children were less likely to get the virus and that fatigue was a more common symptom than respiratory problems.

Coronavirus: 25 scientists sent to China reveal new research findings - Business Insider

It’s not just elderly people who can suffer from severe cases of coronavirus. Other groups of people, including those with respiratory issues are also particularly susceptible to developing intense symptoms of COVID-19. As you’d heard, people over the age of 60 have an elevated threat of severe cases. However, people with chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease are also vulnerable.It’s not just elderly people who can suffer from severe cases of coronavirus. Other groups of people, including those with respiratory issues are also particularly susceptible to developing intense symptoms of COVID-19. As you’d heard, people over the age of 60 have an elevated threat of severe cases. However, people with chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease are also vulnerable.

It's not just the elderly who may be susceptible to coronavirus | KOMO

Scientists at the German Primate Center - Leibniz Institute for Primate Research have found that an existing drug may help treat Covid-19.Scientists at the German Primate Center - Leibniz Institute for Primate Research have found that an existing drug may help treat Covid-19.

Covid-19 potential drug identified by German researchers.

COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.

COVID-19 trumps nationalism | The ASEAN Post

COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.COVID-19 is a stark reminder that global pandemics, like climate change, do not respect political borders.

COVID-19 trumps nationalism | The ASEAN Post

A red dot grows and rapidly spreads.A red dot grows and rapidly spreads.

Coronavirus: Video shows quick spread of COVID-19 across the globe | Newshub

TechStartups - Coverage of Technology News, technology startups, Emerging technology, venture capital funding, and Silicon ValleyA team of scientists from German Primate Centre, Charité, the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover Foundation, the BG-Unfallklinik Murnau, the LMU Munich, the Robert Koch Institute, and the German Center for Infection Research, made a startling discovery when they found […]

German researchers identify existing drug with potential to treat coronavirus Covid-19 | Tech News | Startups News

Fears regarding the outbreak of the coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, have led to rumors circulating online, a lot of them.Fears regarding the outbreak of the coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, have led to rumors circulating online, a lot of them.

VERIFY: Fact-checking this week's viral coronavirus claims - World News - 13 WTHR Indianapolis