1. Flu shot has an unexpected benefit in combating the new coronavirus  Livescience.com
  2. It's a 'false hope' coronavirus will disappear in the summer like the flu, WHO says  msnNOW
  3. 'This isn't a drill', says WHO to governments over COVID-19 outbreak  WION
  4. Is coronavirus mutating into a more deadly strain? Covid-19 myths busted  The Guardian
  5. A Chinese Mystery and Covid-19’s Economic Puzzle  The Wall Street Journal
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Could the flu vaccine combat the coronavirus? That's the question President Donald Trump asked during a White house roundtable discussion.Fewer cases of the flu means more resources available to fight COVID-19

A flu shot won't prevent coronavirus, but it could help our response to the outbreak | Live Science

Health officials are asking people to self-quarantine as U.S. cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to climb. Here’s what to expect and how to prepare.It’s likely that more people will be asked to stay home as COVID-19 cases continue to climb.

Self-Quarantine for Coronavirus (COVID-19) - What to Expect

A woman in her 50s visiting Eagle County is among the six new presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 identified Friday in Colorado. The woman was exposed to the new coronavirus during international travel. All eight...A woman in her 50s visiting Eagle County is among the six new presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 identified Friday in Colorado. The woman was exposed to the new coronavirus during international travel. All eight...

Coronavirus in Colorado: Female visitor to Vail Valley is Eagle County’s first presumptive positive case | VailDaily.com

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

In the middle of panic-inducing information and Whatsapp forwards, it can get difficult to actually tell if what you have is a flu or coronavirus infeIn the middle of panic-inducing information and Whatsapp forwards, it can get difficult to actually tell if what you have is a flu or coronavirus infe

Is it coronavirus or the flu? What is the difference between the two - Times of India

In the middle of panic-inducing information and Whatsapp forwards, it can get difficult to actually tell if what you have is a flu or coronavirus infeIn the middle of panic-inducing information and Whatsapp forwards, it can get difficult to actually tell if what you have is a flu or coronavirus infection.

Is it coronavirus or the flu? What is the difference between the two - Times of India

The havoc of COVID-19 is destroying the global economy. Last week, U.S. stocks plummeted into correction territory, obliterating an estimate of $7 trillion. The stocks' fall, though, does not seem to reflect the disease situation in the U.S. Although the U.S. suspended flights from and to China, flights to major disease outbreak areas, including Italy, South Korea, and Japan, remain in operation.

Coronavirus feeds on U.S. inequality

Officials of the World Health Organization say it’s now clear how the new coronavirus that causes Covid-19 spreads, at least in most cases. It’s transmitted via virus-containing droplets emitted when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Other possible routes of contagion are still under investigation. Doctors in China have explored, and seemingly discarded, the possibility the virus could be passed in utero after the infection appeared in babies born to mothers with the disease. Pinpointing wheOfficials of the World Health Organization say it’s now clear how the new coronavirus that causes Covid-19 spreads, at least in most cases. It’s transmitted via virus-containing droplets emitted when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Other possible routes of contagion are still under investigation. Doctors in China have explored, and seemingly discarded, the possibility the virus could be passed in utero after the infection appeared in babies born to mothers with the disease. Pinpointing whe

Do Masks Work? What We Know About Coronavirus Transmission - The Washington Post

“LIVE: Trump speaks after signing a $7.8 billion emergency bill for coronavirus spending https://t.co/Fjr7UZqqrD”

QuickTake by Bloomberg on Twitter: "LIVE: Trump speaks after signing a $7.8 billion emergency bill for coronavirus spending https://t.co/Fjr7UZqqrD"

“Apparently, it’s officially official. Pres. Trump is coming to Atlanta and the CDC. The White House briefly postponed the visit, but now it’s back on.”

Richard Elliot on Twitter: "Apparently, it’s officially official. Pres. Trump is coming to Atlanta and the CDC. The White House briefly postponed the visit, but now it’s back on.… https://t.co/vnSeevLZlz"

“The individual developed a sore throat, low grade fever and a cough. He had three tests to confirm. He is a Marion County resident and not in the highest risk age category.”

Kellie Hwang on Twitter: "The individual developed a sore throat, low grade fever and a cough. He had three tests to confirm. He is a Marion County resident and not in the highest risk age category."

There are 8 Colorado coronavirus cases, in DougCo, Summit County, Eagle County, El Paso County and Denver. COVID-19 is a new strain of the coronavirus.There are now eight cases in Colorado, according to public health officials.

Colorado has 8 total coronavirus cases; 6 announced Friday | 9news.com

BROOKINGS – On Thursday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the South Dakota Department of Health updated coronavirus disease 2019 guidelines for who should seek treatment for COVID-19.

Brookings Register | CDC, DOH update COVID-19 treatment guidelines

0 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in New Mexico Test Results in the State of New Mexico for COVID-19 as of end-of-day 3/6/2020: Positive 0 Negative 48 Total Tests 48 While the New Mexico Department of Health is actively monitoring and planning for the likely arrival of the novel coronavirus, it is important to remember that it is still […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico0 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in New Mexico Test Results in the State of New Mexico for COVID-19 as of end-of-day 3/6/2020: Positive 0Negative 48Total Tests 48 While the New Mexico Depart…

Is the Coronavirus in New Mexico? | KRQE News 13

The CDC has guidelines that you should follow. We'll break them down here.The CDC has guidelines that you should follow. We'll break them down here.

Coronavirus CDC Guide For If You Think You have COVID-19: Travel, Quarantine, Call Doctor

Any American, with a doctor's order, can now be tested for coronavirus. Any American, with a doctor's order, can now be tested for coronavirus.

The symptoms of coronavirus and when you should get tested

Two people in Denver have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus that’s spreading globally, and are in isolation, city health officials announced Friday after…

Denver announces city’s first 2 cases of coronavirus – Canon City Daily Record

The death toll attributed to the 2019 novel coronavirus, dubbed COVID-19, continues to rise, with tens of thousands of people sickened and thousands of others killed by the virus, mostly in China.The death toll attributed to the 2019 novel coronavirus, dubbed COVID-19, continues to rise, with tens of thousands of people sickened and thousands of others killed by the virus, mostly in China.

Coronavirus live updates: Washington state death toll rises to 16

Has Beijing ‘contained’ the virus? If so, was the cost worth the benefit, and would it be for the U.S.?Has Beijing ‘contained’ the virus? If so, was the cost worth the benefit, and would it be for the U.S.?

A Chinese Mystery and Covid-19’s Economic Puzzle - WSJ