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President Trump Fully Recovers From Covid19, Tests Negative

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President Donald Trump of the United States Of America has tested negative for the Novel coronavirus, his doctor SEAN CONLEY said on Monday, as President Trump returns to campaign rally across the states

”In response to your inquiry regarding the President’s most recent COVID_19 tests

I can attest to the honorable members of the press and the Great people of America that The President (Trump) has tested Negative

On consecutive days using the Abbott Binaxnow Antigen Card. Said Conley

Doctor Sean Conley while briefing the press on the meme, he said that the test was taken ”In context with the additional clinical and laboratory data procedures

So Trump is no longer infectious with COVID_19 Conley

With the election in just 3 weeks to go, President Trump has fully resumed his campaign and was seen boarding the Air Force One Plane to Sanford Florida


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Covid19 Can Survive On Phone Screen, Currency Notes For Upto 28Days, See Why- Study

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The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) that causes COVID-19 can survive on banknotes, mobile phone screens, and stainless steel for up to 28 days under laboratory conditions, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Australia’s National Science Agency who said the finding reinforced the need for disinfecting surfaces and washing hands.

Until now, laboratory tests showed SARS-Cov-2 could survive for between two and three days on glass, currency notes and glass, and a maximum of 6 days on stainless and plastic.

The researchers said that at room temperature, the virus was particularly “robust,” surviving on glass surfaces such as a phone screen and on plastic banknotes but was less robust on porous surfaces such as cotton. The study was carried out in the dark as research has shown that ultraviolet light can kill the virus. The coronavirus also survived for fewer days at temperatures exceeding 30 or 40 degrees Celsius.

Australia’s National Science Agency’s chief executive, Dr Larry Marshall noted: “Establishing how long the virus really remains viable on surfaces enables us to more accurately predict and mitigate its spread, and do a better job of protecting our people.”

In April, the World Health Organisation, WHO, had said that the coronavirus could survive for 72 hours on plastic and steel and 24 hours on cardboard. But experts say people are more likely to contract the virus from someone an infected person through sneezing, coughing, and talking close to each other rather than from a surface. According to the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, in rare cases, the coronavirus can linger in the air for hours and infect people more than two metres apart.

According to the research published in Virology Journal similarly discovered that SARS-Cov-2 remained alive at a shorter live span under hotter temperatures than cooler temperatures; it became non-infectious in 24 hours at 40C on some surfaces. Previous research has proven that the virus might be infectious in airborne particles for over three hours but did not confirm the extent to which it can spread through surfaces like banknotes and touchscreens.


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Coronavirus can cause male infertility —Study

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Coronavirus infection may lead to infertility in men even if they only suffer a mild form of the disease. This development came about after an Israeli study found that the sperm counts of infected men halved 30 days after they were diagnosed with COVID-19.

The study conducted at the Sheba Medical Centre in Tel Aviv, also alleged sperm motility—or its ability to move by itself—was also hampered. But scientists insist the truth on whether Covid-19 permanently damages fertility is still unclear and that even flu causes a temporary drop in sperm counts.

According to the report in the journal of Fertility and Sterility, the claims that the changes were seen in men with mild cases did not address how many people were involved.

Scientists studying the effect of coronavirus on fertility have made similar claims in the past, but doctors insist reports of men having lower sperm counts are likely down to them having had a fever which is a tell-tale symptom of coronavirus, which makes it harder for the body to produce sperm. They also argue that production can bounce back after an infection has passed.

Professor Allan Pacey, an andrologist at the University of Sheffield and former chair of the British Fertility Society said coronavirus may cause a temporary drop in sperm production. But it is not confirmed whether or not the effect could be long-lasting, harming the fertility of men.

Pacey said people who get coronavirus are probably quite unwell, and that even influenza will cause a decline in sperm count temporarily, but that the question is whether it is permanent and whether it is recoverable. Research is yet to reveal whether long-term damage can be caused to testicles by coronavirus, and it could take several years before scientists have the answer.

Previous research has indicated, however, that any damage caused to the testes by an infection is not long-term. Pacey cautioned against the finding in the new Israeli research that coronavirus can damage cells in the testicles responsible for making semen and the male hormone testosterone.

Vanguardngr.com


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Gov. Of Cross Rivers, Gov. Ayade Vows To Protect The Children From Preventable Diseases

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Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State yesterday assured that no child would die in the state of childhood preventable disease.

Ayade made the remarks at the flag-off ceremony of modified Integrated Medical Outreach Programme (m–IMOP) in Calabar.

Ayade, who was represented at the ceremony by the state’s deputy governor, Prof. Ivara Esu, averred that with the flagg-off exercise, maternal/infant mortality, which had always given state government serious headache would now become a thing of the past.

In his welcome remarks, the director-general of State Primary Health Care Agency, Dr. Janet Ekpeyong, stated that the agency’s preoccupation is to ensure that infant/maternal mortality is completely erased in the state.

Ekpeyong stressed that the agency’s target is to reach out to about 800,000 infants, pregnant and vulnerable women in hard to reach areas in the state.

The DG stated that the programme would touch beneficiaries in 10 Local Government Areas (LGA’s) of Cross River State.

“As at last quota of 2019, there was an assessment that was conducted in so many states in Nigeria. It was discovered that there were some LGAs that were not doing so well”.


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