Coronavirus cremations in India suggest death count possibly 10 times higher

The total number of deaths caused by the Wuhan coronavirus in India could be ten times higher than official reports indicate – based on cremations being done there. The grim projection followed India reporting the highest number of daily COVID-19 cases with more than 310,000 new infections. India’s new infections and death toll – part of a … Continue reading Coronavirus cremations in India suggest death count possibly 10 times higher

Passengers on Delhi to Hong Kong flight TEST POSITIVE for the coronavirus despite testing negative before flying

Passengers on a flight bound to Hong Kong from Delhi in India tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). The positive test results came as a surprise since the 52 travelers all presented negative test results prior to boarding. Because of these new infections, Hong Kong’s strategy to keep the Wuhan coronavirus at bay – in place … Continue reading Passengers on Delhi to Hong Kong flight TEST POSITIVE for the coronavirus despite testing negative before flying

Nearly 47 million Americans have been infected by coronavirus, study finds

A new study of antibody tests finds that as much as 14.5 percent of the population in the United States may already have antibodies for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). This potentially puts the country closer to achieving the goal of herd immunity. This research is according to a study by Pfizer Vaccines, which determined that nearly 47 million … Continue reading Nearly 47 million Americans have been infected by coronavirus, study finds

Europe gearing up for another lockdown as new COVID-19 infections soar

Some European countries are preparing to implement lockdown measures over a “second wave” of COVID-19 infections. The resulting lockdown orders will shut down public life and cripple the economy as a consequence. According to Reuters, world leaders face a difficult task ahead – seeking to limit the spread of the coronavirus and the damage resulting from lockdowns while waiting … Continue reading Europe gearing up for another lockdown as new COVID-19 infections soar

Mass deployment of Russia’s coronavirus vaccine to begin in the next few weeks

After making waves as the first country to grant regulatory approval for a vaccine against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), Russia is now seeking to perform mass production and immunization of key workers in the next few weeks. Russia is the first country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine for civilian use. The approval comes after just two months of … Continue reading Mass deployment of Russia’s coronavirus vaccine to begin in the next few weeks