Belgian tennis player Alison Van Uytvanck in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19 following Australian Open

Belgian tennis player Alison van Uytvanck said today, Sunday, that she had tested positive for the Covid-19 virus, after her participation in the Australian Open tennis tournament. the main points: Alison van Uytvanck says she has ‘very mild symptoms’ of COVID-19 On Wednesday, China’s Wang Qiang eliminated Van Yutvanck in the second round of singles … Read more

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold to miss Australia’s qualifier against Vietnam after contracting COVID-19

Saudi national football team coach Graham Arnold will miss Wednesday’s crucial World Cup qualifier against Vietnam in Melbourne after testing positive for COVID-19. the main points: Graham Arnold was fully vaccinated, asymptomatic, and had a booster shot 10 days ago, Australian football says Arnold believed that the “standards, processes, and culture” he instilled would remain … Read more

Meat Loaf remembered by daughters Pearl and Amanda following death at 74 after COVID-19 struggle

Meat Love Remembered by daughters Pearl and Amanda after their death at the age of 74 after a Covid-19 struggle: ‘I love you Dad always and forever’ Met Love’s grieving daughters Pearl and Amanda Aday paid tribute to him on Instagram after his death Thursday at the age of 74. The singer died after a … Read more

Covid: cinema, rinviate uscite ‘Mission: Impossible’ 7 e 8 – Nord America

(ANSA) – ROME, Jan. 22 – The release of the next two films with Tom Cruise in the “Mission Impossible” series has been postponed again due to the coronavirus: Sky News report. Paramount Pictures and Skydance have postponed the release of the seventh film in the series, scheduled for release next September, to July 14, … Read more

Covid: Fda autorizza uso farmaco Remdesivir fuori da ospedali – Mondo

(ANSA) – ROME, Jan. 22 – The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA, the drug agency) has approved broader use of Remdesivir, the antiviral drug used so far only on Covid hospital wards. It can now be used for coronavirus patients, who are considered to be at high risk, but whose conditions are not severe … Read more

Business groups warn spiralling energy prices ‘will put brakes on economy’ 

Business groups warn that rising energy prices will ‘strain the economy’ Business leaders wrote to Chancellor Rishi Sunak about the cost of living crisis They urged him to mitigate the impact on families and businesses across Britain And they said that the alternative is to risk the epidemic returning to the epidemic By Lucy White … Read more

Ontario reports 4,026 people in hospital with COVID-19, 47 more deaths

The county reported 4,026 people hospitalized with COVID-19 Saturday with 600 patients currently in intensive care. The latest number of hospitalized cases is a decrease of 88 from Friday’s data. However, this is an increase of 69 compared to the number of hospitalized cases last Saturday, which amounted to 3,957. Of the 4,026 people who … Read more

Washington sospende 44 voli Usa-Cina di vettori cinesi – Nord America

Washington has suspended 44 Chinese flights from the United States to China due to the anti-Covid health restrictions imposed by Beijing on American airlines. China strictly controls the entrances to its territory, and it has already canceled flights of the American companies Delta and United due to the presence of passengers who tested positive for … Read more

Covid booster shots can reduce risk of hospitalization from the Omicron variant by 90%

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds that receiving a booster dose of COVID-19 can reduce a person’s risk of being hospitalized with the Omicron variant by 90 percent. The study, released by the agency on Friday, highlights the need for reinforcements, and their importance during the latest wave … Read more

Wastewater COVID-19 values dropping in some Alberta cities

Wastewater sampling in Alberta municipalities appears to signal the beginning of the end of the Omicron-fueled wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. “What we saw across Alberta in the samples collected as recently as Wednesday of this week is that the SARS-CoV-2 RNA wastewater values ​​are definitely down from the peak of what we saw with … Read more