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10 people in Sweden told us their trust in the government is dwindling as it pivots away from its no-lockdown coronavirus policy

People pass a Christmas decorated shopping window in central Stockholm, Sweden on November 10, 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Fredrik Sandberg/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty Images After seeing a dramatic resurgence in cases in line with other European countries, Sweden has introduced new coronavirus measures. The country famously chose to follow a no-lockdown policy that favored loose recommendations over strict rules during the first wave.  Ten people living there told Business Insider ...
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The US surpassed 13 million COVID-19 cases — less than a week after hitting 12 million cases

A health care worker directs a person to use a nasal swab for a self administered test at the new federally funded COVID-19 testing site at the Miami-Dade County Auditorium on July 23, 2020 in Miami, Florida Joe Raedle/Getty Images The US surpassed 13 million COVID-19 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.  The country surpassed 12 million COVID-19 cases just 6 days ago.  One report predicted that the US could see as many as 1 million COVID-19 cases a day.  Visit Business ...
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On the eve of Thanksgiving, the US recorded its highest single-day coronavirus death toll since May — and the timing could not be worse

People arrive at Orlando International Airport on November 25, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images As US coronavirus cases, deaths, and hospitalizations set new records almost daily, are nervously eyeing Americans' behavior during Thanksgiving. Public health experts have urged people not to travel this year, and the CDC recommends not mixing households at Thanksgiving gatherings. But a record number of travelers have flown across the country ahead of the hol...
Tags: Health, Science, News, Thanksgiving, Cdc, White House, US, America, Trends, Cnn, Getty Images, Donald Trump, Abc News, George Stephanopoulos, Anthony Fauci, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

Coronavirus live news: global cases exceed 60m; the Americas record worst week since pandemic's start

Global cases pass 60m, according Johns Hopkins University; The Americas report more than 1.5m cases in the last seven days, says WHOUnited States reports 2,157 new coronavirus deathsSicily asks Cuba to send medics as Italy fights second Covid waveChristmas and Covid: is mixing households a good idea?Germany to decide next round of Covid restrictionsSee all our coronavirus coverage 6.22pm GMT The US has recorded 165,282 new cases and 1,989 more deaths, the Centers for Disease Control and Prev...
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Coronavirus live news: Germany reports record daily deaths as global cases near 60m

Germany reports 410 Covid-related deaths in 24 hours; Johns Hopkins University tracker nears 60m cases; French to ease lockdown this weekendDeaths pass 1.4mFrance announces limited lockdown easingRussia says data on Sputnik Covid vaccine shows 95% efficacyAfrica’s largest Covid treatment trial launched by 13 countriesSee all our coronavirus coverage 11.10am GMT Hello, I’m taking over the blog from Lexy Topping and I’ll be with you for the next few hours. If you’d like to draw my attention to...
Tags: Europe, Science, Saudi Arabia, Germany, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Zambia, Johns Hopkins University, Coronavirus, Lexy Topping

Coronavirus live news: global cases near 60m as France prepares to ease lockdown

French president says lockdown to ease starting this weekend; CDC may shorten quarantine period guidelines; Spain’s daily deaths highest of second waveDeaths pass 1.4mFrance announces limited lockdown easingRussia says data on Sputnik Covid vaccine shows 95% efficacyAfrica’s largest Covid treatment trial launched by 13 countriesSee all our coronavirus coverage 6.16am GMT The British government’s £22bn test-and-trace system has failed to reach more than 100,000 people exposed to coronavirus i...
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Millions of people are flying across the US for Thanksgiving, ignoring CDC advice

Travelers wearing protective face masks walking through Concourse D at the Miami International Airport on Sunday, November 22, 2020 in Miami, Florida. David Santiago/Miami Herald/Tribune News Service via Getty Images More than three million people travelled through US airports this weekend in advance of Thanksgiving, defying advice from the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC on Thursday advised people to stay home for Thanksgiving. More than one million people flew the next day....
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Bodies of COVID-19 victims are still in NYC freezer trucks 8 months after they died

Refrigerated tractor trailers used to store bodies of deceased people in Brooklyn, New York, in this May 13 2020 image marked up by Business Insider Brendan McDermid/Reuters At least 600 bodies of people who died in the coronavirus' first wave are still in freezer trucks in Brooklyn, according to The Wall Street Journal.  New York City's chief medical examiner is still tracking down families to inform them of deaths earlier this year, the paper reported.  Funeral costs and problems finding...
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The German government tells people to be as 'lazy as raccoons' as it deploys humor to control the spread of COVID-19

The German coronavirus ad campaign was released to the public on November 14, 2020 Twitter/Steffen Seibert Official adverts created by the German government last week encouraged the country to be "lazy as raccoons" to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. One of the ads, which was widely shared on social media, shows an old man speaking about how in the "winter of 2020" people became "heroes" after doing "absolutely nothing." Last month, Berlin's tourism authority launched an ad campaign...
Tags: Science, Senate, Germany, Berlin, Marketing, US, International, Trends, News UK, Justin Trudeau, Social Democratic Party, Johns Hopkins University, Steffen Seibert, Der Tagesspiegel, Sawsan Chebli, Rachel Clarke

A new CDC report found that Kansas counties who complied with a mask mandate saw a decrease in cases compared to counties that didn't

President Donald Trump opted against wearing a face mask at a press conference in May, while flanked advisers Drs. Deborah Bird and Anthony Fauci, who wore face masks. Jabin Botsford/Getty Images A Friday report from the Centers for Disease Control found that counties in Kansas that adopted a mask mandate saw a decrease in cases of the disease, while counties that opted out saw an increase by 100%. While experts have long agreed that masks are a key part of limiting the spread of COVID-19,...
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Doctors and health officials in US coronavirus hotspots tell the same story: We're being villainized and ignored while trying to save lives

Healthcare workers wait to administer free coronavirus tests in Columbus, Ohio, on November 19. Stephen Zenner/AFP/Getty Images Doctors, nurses, and public-health officials in the Midwest told Business Insider they face antagonism from people who refuse to take precautions to curb the coronavirus' spread.  The region is suffering a devastating surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. One emergency physician said he got a death threat. A North Dakota health official said she h...
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Coronavirus live news: Brazil passes 6m cases as South Australia reports new case

Donald Trump Jr tests positive for Covid; South Australia rejects ‘stuff-up’ after pizza worker’s lie; German doctor arrested on suspicion of killing two Covid patients. Follow latest updatesDonald Trump Jr tests positive for coronavirusUS records highest number of daily coronavirus deaths since MayNHS could start using vaccine next month, says HancockTrials to begin in UK for antibody cocktail drug treatmentSee all our coronavirus coverage 5.27am GMT It’s beginning to look a lot like a Covi...
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Open economy or tamp down coronavirus infections? It’s not either-or, researchers say

It is, indeed, possible to reconcile two conflicting desires: curbing the spread of COVID-19 while still keeping the economy open, according to an international team of researchers led by UCLA’s Akihiro Nishi. Two strategies that haven’t received much attention in the U.S. — “dividing” and “balancing,” used together and followed closely — could reduce coronavirus transmission about as much as a strict lockdown while maintaining economic activity, said Nishi, an assistant professor of epidemiolog...
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California is taking dramatic steps to slow down COVID-19 infection rates as the state surpasses 1 million cases of the virus

A couple wearing facemasks to prevent the spread of coronavirus watch the sunset from Elysian Park in Los Angeles, California, on November 14, 2020. APU GOMES/AFP via Getty Images The majority of counties in the state of California have moved to the "purple tier" denotation — the most serious of the state's ranking system.  Under the purple designation, "many" non-essential businesses are forced to halt their indoor operations to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus. California over th...
Tags: Politics, New York, Texas, Science, News, California, US, Trends, Ohio, Michigan, Andrew Cuomo, Gavin Newsom, San Bernardino, Afp, Columbus Dispatch, Los Angeles California

One of Biden's top coronavirus advisors calls for focused restrictions based on disease spread instead of a nationwide lockdown

Former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy addresses the virtual convention on August 20, 2020. DNCC via Getty Images A top coronavirus advisor for the incoming Biden administration called for focused restrictions on areas based on the coronavirus spread instead of a nationwide lockdown. "So we're not in a place where we're saying shut the whole country down; we [have] to be more targeted," Dr. Vivek Murthy, a co-chair of President-elect Joe Biden's COVID-19 advisory board, said on ABC's...
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Fauci said the US has 'no appetite' for lockdowns but mask wearing and distancing could be enough, the day after a Biden advisor called for a weeks-long lockdown

Dr. Anthony Fauci on "Good Morning America" on November 12, 2020. Good Morning America Dr. Anthony Fauci said that there was "no appetite" for lockdowns in the US and that steps like wearing masks and social distancing could be enough to control the pandemic. Fauci told "Good Morning America" on Thursday that taking these steps means that a lockdown might not be needed, adding: "You don't have to take that step that people are trying to avoid." His comments came the day after a COVID-19 ad...
Tags: Politics, Science, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, News UK, Good Morning America, Biden, Donald Trump, Abc News, Anthony Fauci, Fauci, Johns Hopkins University, BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI, Michael Osterholm

As the holiday season approaches, New York Gov. Cuomo prohibits gatherings larger than 10 people at private residences

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks during a September 8, 2020 news conference. Spencer Platt/Getty Images New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, on Wednesday announced several new measures aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19 as cases tick up in the state and across the US. Among several new rules is a prohibition on gatherings larger than 10 people at private residences, effective Friday at 10 p.m. Any business with a state liquor license, including bars and restaurants, will be req...
Tags: Politics, New York, Science, News, Thanksgiving, US, Trends, Andrew Cuomo, Cuomo, Johns Hopkins University, Connor Perrett, Holidays 2020, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Spencer Platt Getty Images New York

Coronavirus live news: countries scramble to secure vaccine doses as US sees record hospitalisations

UK reports highest deaths since May; Brazil cases pass 5.7m; US sees record hospitalisationsGovernments scramble to secure vaccine dosesPfizer and BioNTech vaccine poses huge global logistics challengeSix key questions about Pfizer/BioNtech vaccineJair Bolsonaro claims ‘victory’ after Chinese vaccine trial suspendedDenmark’s mass mink cull illegal, PM admits 12.19am GMT The Unites States has confirmed more than 100,000 cases per day – a 24 hour total not seen by any other country – every day...
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Galaxies have gotten hotter as they've gotten older

Who says you can't get hotter with age?Researchers from Johns Hopkins University and other institutions have found that, on average, the temperature of galaxy clusters today is 4 million degrees Fahrenheit. That is 10 times hotter than 10 billion years ago, and four times hotter than the Sun's outermost atmosphere called the corona. The findings are published in the Astrophysical Journal.
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The United States has surpassed 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases

A person taking someone's temperature through a car window. Getty There are at least 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States.  With this new milestone, the country makes up about one-fifth of the world's total cases, according to the latest data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. At least 50 million people have been infected with the virus. The World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic on March 11. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more st...
Tags: Health, England, Science, News, India, US, Trends, Joe Biden, United States, Washington Dc, Food And Drug Administration, Brazil, World Health Organization, Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, Anthony Fauci

US counties showing the worst surge of COVID-19 cases overwhelmingly voted for Trump in this year's election

Getty Counties that are experiencing some of the worst COVID-19 surges have overwhelmingly voted for President Donald Trump in this year's presidential election, the Associated Press reported.  Trump won the majority of votes in more than 90% of the 376 US counties with the highest number of new COVID-19 cases per capita.  Most of those were rural areas in Midwestern states, where there is high opposition to social distancing and face mask guidelines.  Visit Business Insider's homepage fo...
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Coronavirus live news: US breaks new cases record for second straight day as world suffers highest daily deaths

Global total cases rise by record of nearly 700,000; US adds over 100,000 cases for two days in a row, according to Johns Hopkins; Denmark removed from UK travel corridor UK chancellor extends furlough scheme until early 2021Exclusive: UK rapid mass tests miss over 50% of cases in pilotSee all our coronavirus coverage 2.23am GMT AFP is reporting, citing Johns Hopkins, that the United States will again break the global high for cases reported in 24 hours on Thursday, beating its own Wednesday...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, US, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, United States, Infectious Diseases, Slovenia, Denmark, Ljubljana, Johns Hopkins, Afp, Johns Hopkins University

Coronavirus live news: US reports global record new cases as world suffers highest daily deaths

11,447 deaths recorded globally in 24 hours; global total cases rise by record of nearly 700,000; US added 102,000 cases on Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins UK chancellor extends furlough scheme until early 2021Exclusive: UK rapid mass tests miss over 50% of cases in pilotSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.27am GMT It looks Thursday will again see the US break the global record for daily coronavirus cases – for the third time in eight days – with a possible 116,000 new cases reported i...
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Coronavirus live news: England begins lockdown as Russia, Poland, Austria, Switzerland see record case rises

Latvia and Estonia also confirm record one-day infections; Cyprus introduces night-time curfew; England’s lockdown begins. Russia, Poland, Austria, Switzerland see record daily casesRich states’ Covid deals ‘may deprive poor of vaccine for years’Turkey resists calls for tougher measures to tackle case surgeDenmark plans to cull 15m mink over Covid mutation fearsJordan suffers Covid surge after early success against virusUK Covid death toll rises by nearly 400 in a day 12.26am GMT At least s...
Tags: Europe, England, Science, Russia, UK News, World news, Australia news, Cyprus, Turkey, US news, Infectious Diseases, Latvia, Estonia, Johns Hopkins University, Coronavirus, Russia Poland Austria Switzerland

Bats can predict the future, JHU researchers discover

They can't tell fortunes and they're useless with the stock market but bats are quite skilled at predicting one thing: where to find dinner. Bats calculate where their prey is headed by building on-the-fly predictive models of target motion from echoes, Johns Hopkins University researchers find. The models are so robust, bats can continue to track prey even when it temporarily vanishes behind echo-blocking obstacles like trees.
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Coronavirus live news: WHO chief Tedros in quarantine as global deaths near 1.2m

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus a contact of confirmed Covid case; Brexit party to rebrand as ‘anti-lockdown’ party; Prince William tested positive in April – reports. Follow the latest updates‘Whole lot of hurt’: Fauci angers White House with grim outlookSpain’s PM calls for calm after violent anti-lockdown protestsFrustration and infections in Naples as second lockdown loomsHalf of Slovakia’s population tested for Covid in one day 12.24am GMT The number of people who have suffered coronavirus-r...
Tags: Science, Wales, White House, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, NHS, Cornwall, Who, Camilla, Slovakia, Charles, William, Naples

Outsiders heading for New York from all other states must test negative for coronavirus before and after they arrive, Cuomo announces

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at a press conference on July 23, 2020 in New York City. Jeenah Moon/Getty Images New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Saturday announced new measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the state of New York. Those traveling to the state will need to test negative for the disease within three days of their trip and quarantine immediately upon entering.  After three days, that traveler must also get a second test for COVID-19, and if it is negative, they will be ...
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Coronavirus live news: US passes 9m cases; Italian cases jump by 31,000 in a day

Italy also records 199 further deaths; US record surge killing nearly 1,000 Americans a day; Moscow creates vaccination networkGlobal report: Belgium facing new lockdown as Germany takes in patients‘It’s possible’: the race to approve a Covid vaccine by ChristmasUS shatters daily coronavirus record with nearly 90,000 new infectionsWhy Estonia excels at digital learning during CovidParis sees record traffic jams before lockdown 8.20pm GMT France has reported 49,215 new confirmed coronavirus c...
Tags: Europe, Science, France, Germany, India, US, UK News, World news, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Italy, Moscow, Belgium, Brazil, Estonia

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp tests negative for COVID-19 but is quarantining following exposure to the virus

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp speaks during a dedication of the state's new Nathan Deal Judicial Center in Atlanta on February 11, 2020. AP Photo/John Amis Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is in quarantine after being exposed to someone who contracted the coronavirus, his office announced Friday. Kemp spokesman Cody Hall said both Kemp and his wife Marty took tests for the virus, and the governor later released a statement saying he tested negative but will continue quarantining. Drew Ferguson, a...
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Coronavirus live news: Europe leaders told to 'act urgently' as global daily case records tumble

Head of the European Commission warns EU hospitals ‘at risk of being overwhelmed’ by Covid; Greece brings in regional lockdowns; French PM lays out details of new France lockdown.White House taskforce warns of ‘unrelenting’ Covid spreadAngela Merkel heckled by German MPs over lockdownFrance: children aged six and over to wear masks in schoolTaiwan marks 200 days without domestic infectionLarge China outbreak linked to Xinjiang forced labour 12.26am GMT A quarter of nurseries and childminders...
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