1. ISDH reports 2,521 new COVID-19 cases, another single-day reporting record  Fox 59
  2. New Blood Test Accurately Predicts Which COVID-19 Patients Will Develop Severe Infection  SciTechDaily
  3. New record: Indiana reports 2521 new cases of COVID-19  WDRB
  4. The Link Between Blood Type and COVID-19 Risk, Explained  Health.com
  5. People with blood type O may face lower risk of coronavirus infection or have milder symptoms  ZME Science
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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 2,521 new positive coronavirus cases Friday, bringing the state’s total to 145,977. Those new cases were reported to ISDH between July 17 – Oct. 16 and include 100 cases whose reporting was delayed due to a technical issue. Even without the additional data from the […]INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 2,521 new positive coronavirus cases Friday, bringing the state’s total to 145,977. Those new cases were reported to ISDH betwe…

ISDH reports 2,521 new COVID-19 cases, another single-day reporting record | Fox 59

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 2,521 new positive coronavirus cases Friday, bringing the state’s total to 145,977. Those new cases were reported to ISDH betwe…

ISDH reports 2,521 new COVID-19 cases, another single-day reporting record | Fox 59

Test could inform doctors on best treatment options. Scientists have developed, for the first time, a score that can accurately predict which patients will develop a severe form of Covid-19. The study, led by researchers at RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences, is published in The Lan

New Blood Test Accurately Predicts Which COVID-19 Patients Will Develop Severe Infection

Doctors say that no one should think their type means they shouldn't practice social distancing and wear a mask.Doctors say that no one should think their type means they shouldn't practice social distancing and wear a mask.

Your blood type could offer some protection against COVID symptoms | wwltv.com

SARS-CoV-2 antibody levels in the blood of COVID-19 patients plummet quickly after symptoms disappear.SARS-CoV-2 antibody levels in the blood of COVID-19 patients plummet quickly after symptoms disappear.

Researchers Just Found That Antibody Levels Decline Soon After Coronavirus Symptoms End

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s daily average of new coronavirus infections continued growing at record levels with Saturday’s update from state health officials, who also added 31 more COVID-19 deaths to the state’s toll. The state health department’s daily update showed Indiana’s seven-day rolling average of newly confirmed COVID-19 infections reached 1,799 as of Friday. That is the highest level the state has seen during the pandemic and has more than doubled over the past three weeks.INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s daily average of new coronavirus infections continued growing at record levels with Saturday’s update from state health officials, who also added 31 more COVID-19 deaths to the state’s toll. The state health department’s daily update showed Indiana’s seven-day rolling average of newly confirmed COVID-19 infections reached 1,799 as of Friday. That is the highest level the state has seen during the pandemic and has more than doubled over the past three weeks.

The Latest: Indiana posts record number of new COVID cases | WKRC

The Latest: Indiana posts record number of new COVID cases

Indiana continues to break record-high daily totals of new COVID-19 infections.

Indiana continues with another record-high number of new COVID-19 infections

Health officials in the state release the total of new cases and deaths every morning.Health officials in the state release the total of new cases and deaths every morning.

New record: Indiana reports 2,521 new cases of COVID-19 | News | wdrb.com

More evidence show link between blood type and coronavirus riskMore evidence show link between blood type and coronavirus risk

People with blood type O may face lower risk of coronavirus infection or have milder symptoms

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Your blood type could make you less likely to catch Covid-19 - what scientists are saying | Edinburgh News

A 32nd death due to COVID-19 has been reported in Vigo County by state health officials.A 32nd death due to COVID-19 has been reported in Vigo County by state health officials.

Vigo County has 32nd death due to COVID-19 | News | tribstar.com

Plenty of research has been published recently about the potential link between a person's blood type and their COVID-19 risk. Here's what you need to know.Here's what doctors have to say about all the recent research.

The Link Between Blood Type and COVID-19 Risk, Explained | Health.com

Saturday's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic.Saturday's latest updates on the coronavirus pandemic.

Latest Indiana coronavirus updates: Record week continues with 2,521 new cases, 31 deaths | wthr.com

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State health officials says Indiana’s daily average of new coronavirus infections has continued growing at record levels and they’ve also added 23 more COVID-19 deaths to the state’s toll. The state health department’s Friday update showed Indiana’s seven-day rolling average of newly confirmed COVID-19 infections reached 1,720. That is the highest level

Indiana's COVID-19 infections continue at record pace

A quarantine requirement for anyone traveling to Chicago from Indiana begins Friday as the state is officially added to the city’s emergency travel order.A quarantine requirement for anyone traveling to Chicago from Indiana begins Friday as the state is officially added to the city’s emergency travel order.

Quarantine Requirement Begins for Anyone Coming to Chicago From Indiana – NBC Chicago

The Indiana State Department of Health reported new coronavirus cases and deaths on Saturday, Oct. 17.The Indiana State Department of Health reported new coronavirus cases and deaths on Saturday, Oct. 17.

Indiana coronavirus cases: 2,521 new cases, 31 more deaths reported

On Wednesday, new confirmed cases reached nearly 60,000 -- a total the country hasn't seen since early August. Additionally, we're seeing cases rise in more than 40 states.On Wednesday, new confirmed cases reached nearly 60,000 — a total the country hasn’t seen since early August. Additionally, we’re seeing cases rise in more than 40 states.

Why experts say you should be concerned with the latest COVID-19 case spike | WAVY.com

Two days in a row of 34 new local cases – WRBI Radio

Indiana has once again shattered its record for the single-day increase of COVID-19 cases. Another 2,328 cases were added to the state’s total in Friday’s update from the Indiana Department of Heal…

Indiana Continues to See Record-Breaking Increases in COVID-19 Cases – WKVI Information Center

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 2,328 new positive coronavirus cases Friday, bringing the state’s total to 143,495. Those new cases were reported to ISDH between July 29 – Oct. 15 and include 300 cases whose reporting was delayed due to a technical issue. Even without the additional data from the […]INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 2,328 new positive coronavirus cases Friday, bringing the state’s total to 143,495. Those new cases were reported to ISDH betwe…

ISDH announces 2,328 new coronavirus cases, another single-day reporting record | Fox 59

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) reported 2,328 new positive coronavirus cases Friday, bringing the state’s total to 143,495. Those new cases were reported to ISDH betwe…

ISDH announces 2,328 new coronavirus cases, another single-day reporting record | Fox 59

Indiana health officials are reporting 2,521 more coronavirus cases and 31 more deaths on Saturday.Indiana health officials are reporting 2,521 more coronavirus cases and 31 more deaths on Saturday.

Indiana reports 31 more coronavirus deaths, 2,521 new cases

None of the recommendations come with guaranteed restrictions or specific enforcement mechanisms.None of the recommendations come with guaranteed restrictions or specific enforcement mechanisms.

Indiana officials outline response to state’s virus hotspots | WANE 15

People with blood type O may have a lower risk of Covid-19 infection and severe illness, according to two new studies. People with blood type O may have a lower risk of Covid-19 infection and severe illness, according to two new studies.

Covid infection: Scientists think blood type plays a role, and have identified which one is least at risk | Health24

New research suggests that people with O blood type are less likely to contract the novel coronavirus. For such blood type, the risk of developing severe symptoms, including organ failure, is also redNew research suggests that people with O blood type are less likely to contract the novel coronavirus. For such blood type, the risk of developing severe symptoms, including organ failure, is also red

Watch | Blood type O least vulnerable to Covid; A, AB at most risk: Study - The Hindu BusinessLine

Little is known about a rare but serious inflammatory illness affecting kids that may be linked to COVID-19. It’s called MIS-C or multisystem inflammatory disease in children. The condition first caught the attention of medical experts in the spring and researchers are still learning about the illness. But with Ontario – and other provinces in […]

Doctors brace for rise in rare inflammatory illness in kids that may be linked to COVID-19 - CityNews Toronto

Leading doctors warn that intensive care beds are filling up and the pandemic spreads Leading doctors warn that intensive care beds are filling up and the pandemic spreads

Covid-19 medics 'extremely worried' about impact of second wave on hospitals - Devon Live

Where people live and the jobs they do are more likely to explain the differences, research shows.Where people live and the jobs they do are more likely to explain the differences, research shows.

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Two studies published in the journal Blood Advances suggest that individuals with blood type 'O' may be less vulnerable to Covid-19 infection.Two studies published in the journal Blood Advances suggest that individuals with blood type 'O' may be less vulnerable to Covid-19 infection.

A growing body of evidence indicates that long-term COVID-19 may not be a single syndrome but possibly up to four different syndromes, according to a new review by the National Institute for Health Research in the U.K.A growing body of evidence indicates that long-term COVID-19 may not be a single syndrome but possibly up to four different syndromes, according to a new review by the National Institute for Health Research in the U.K.

COVID-19 long-haulers may be experiencing multiple syndromes: NIHR review | CTV News

Ongoing illness after infection with COVID-19, sometimes called "long COVID", may not be one syndrome but possibly up to four causing a rollercoaster of symptoms affecting all parts of the body and mind, doctors said on Thursday.Ongoing illness after infection with COVID-19, sometimes called "long COVID", may not be one syndrome but possibly up to four causing a rollercoaster of symptoms affecting all parts of the body and mind, doctors said on Thursday.

'Long COVID' may affect multiple parts of body and mind, doctors say | Reuters

A pair of new studies suggest that those with a certain blood type may be less likely to be infected with the novel coronavirus, and less likely to suffer severe illness if they were to be infected. A pair of new studies suggest that those with a certain blood type may be less likely to be infected with the novel coronavirus, and less likely to suffer severe illness if they were to be infected. 

Research is coalescing around the idea that one blood type — type O — is linked to a lower risk of coronavirus infection and less severe cases.Research is coalescing around the idea that one blood type — type O — is linked to a lower risk of coronavirus infection and less severe cases.

Blood type may be linked to coronavirus risk and infection severity - Business Insider

LONDON: The phenomenon known as “long COVID” could be a combination of four different syndromes affecting the body at the same time, according to a study by the UK’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).  “Long COVID” refers to people suffering from recurring symptoms months after they first contracted the virus. The NIHR study said some 60,000 people could be livingLONDON: The phenomenon known as “long COVID” could be a combination of four different syndromes affecting the body at the same time, according to a study by the UK’s National Institute for Health

‘Long COVID’ could be 4 syndromes: UK study | Arab News

People with blood type O may be less vulnerable to COVID-19 and have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, according to two studies published Wednesday. Experts say more research is needed.People with blood type O may be less vulnerable to COVID-19 and have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, according to two studies published Wednesday. Experts say more research is needed.

People with blood type O may have lower risk of COVID-19 infection and severe illness, studies suggest

The research gives further evidence that blood type may play a role in someone’s susceptibility to infection and just how serious their illness is.The research gives further evidence that blood type may play a role in someone’s susceptibility to infection and just how serious their illness is.

People with Type O blood may have lower risk of COVID-19 infection, severe illness

New research suggests a link between blood type and infection risk — but that won't change how doctors treat patients.New research suggests a link between blood type and infection risk — but that won't change how doctors treat patients.

Blood type may play a role in COVID-19 infection, new research suggests

CORONAVIRUS controls have been put in place by the government to help stop the spread of the deadly disease - especially to protect the vulnerable. However, could it be time to factor in a person's blood type?CORONAVIRUS controls have been put in place by the government to help stop the spread of the deadly disease - especially to protect the vulnerable. However, could it be time to factor in a person's blood type?

Coronavirus: Blood type O is least at risk of COVID-19 infection and severity | Express.co.uk

What makes some people more vulnerable to the coronavirus? Scientists are still wrangling with that, but new research sheds light on the role a person's blood may play. CNN cites two new studies... Health News Summaries. | NewserScientists say those with Type O blood also may suffer less if they do get the virus

Blood Type Could Be Tied to COVID-19 Risk and Severity: Studies

A growing body of evidence suggests that blood type may play a role in the risk of becoming infected with the coronavirus or developing life-threatening...A growing body of evidence suggests that blood type may play a role in the risk of becoming infected with the coronavirus or developing life-threatening complications from the illness. Two studies on the topic were published Wednesday in the journal Blood Advances, a publication of the American Society of Hematology. One of the studies suggests that if you have type O,…

What’s Your Blood Type? It May Affect Your Risk for Coronavirus – NECN

The two latest studies, one from Denmark and one from Canada, both appear to show that people with blood type O may be slightly less vulnerable to COVID-19 and have a reduced chance of getting severely ill.The two latest studies, one from Denmark and one from Canada, both appear to show that people with blood type O may be slightly less vulnerable to COVID-19 and have a reduced chance of getting severely ill.

More studies look at the role of blood type and severe COVID-19 symptoms

People with blood type O, who are less at risk of...People with blood type O, who are less at risk of...

People with blood type O, who are less at risk of...

Two new studies suggest a link between people with type O blood and a decreased chance of contracting COVID-19, as well as milder symptoms for those who do.Two new studies suggest a link between people with type O blood and a decreased chance of contracting COVID-19, as well as milder symptoms for those who do.

People with blood type O may be less at risk from COVID-19, new studies find | myfox8.com

"I don't think this supersedes other risk factors of severity like age and co-morbities...""I don't think this supersedes other risk factors of severity like age and co-morbities..."

Studies suggest people with certain blood types are less likely to get COVID-19, have less severe infections

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Studies suggest people with certain blood types are less likely to get COVID-19, have less severe infections