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Poor numerical literacy linked to greater susceptibility to Covid-19 fake news | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian

People with poor numerical literacy are more likely to believe Covid-19 misinformation, according to a survey conducted in five countries.

Researchers at Cambridge University said the findings suggested improving people's analytical skills could help turn the tide against an epidemic of "fake news" surrounding the health crisis.

Five national… [more]

NCAA rules ban coaching from home for COVID-isolated coaches like Saban - al.com

Speaking to reporters Wednesday evening, Nick Saban said they were still researching the rules on coaching a game after testing positive for COVID-19.

It turns out they aren't favorable for someone hoping to coach a team remotely with No. 3 Georgia visiting Alabama on Saturday.

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A rare Covid-19 complication was reported in children. Now, it's showing up in adults.

It was a rash that tipped Dr. Alisa Femia off.

Femia, director of inpatient dermatology at NYU Langone Health in New York City, was looking at a patient’s chart, which included several photos of the 45-year-old man who had, in recent weeks, cared for his wife while she was… [more]

Yale New Haven Health | Patient and Visitor Information

Reach out to your doctor or healthcare facility if you have an upcoming appointment for the latest information on hours of operation and visitor guidelines. Many offices are now offering telehealth services in addition to in-person visits at this time. We want to make sure you receive the care you need,… [more]

As the Coronavirus Surges, a New Culprit Emerges: Pandemic Fatigue - The New York Times

Sick people are telling contact tracers they picked up the virus while trying to return to ordinary life. Beth Martin, a retired school librarian who is working as a contact tracer in Marathon County, Wis., said she interviewed a family that had become sick through what is now… [more]

8 million Americans slipped into poverty amid coronavirus pandemic, new study says

The number of Americans living in poverty grew by 8 million since May, according to a Columbia University study, which found an increase in poverty rates after early coronavirus relief ended without more to follow.

Although the federal Cares Act, which gave Americans a one-time stimulus check of $1,200… [more]

Biden urges state, local leaders to mandate COVID-19 vaccine - UPI.com

Oct. 15 (UPI) – Appearing in an ABC town hall Thursday night, Joe Biden said as president he’d lean on state and local leaders to implement COVID-19 vaccine mandates once one becomes available.

The Democratic presidential nominee opened up the town hall taking President Donald Trump to task for his… [more]

Keir Starmer calls for ‘circuit break’ lockdown as coronavirus cases rise sharply

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Nick Saban tests negative for COVID-19, further testing could clear him for Georgia game - al.com

Nick Saban isn't being ruled out for the Georgia game just yet.

The University of Alabama on Friday released a statement saying Saban tested negative for COVID-19 on Thursday after getting the positive test Wednesday.

"For clarification, the initial positive result came from… [more]

President Trump's son Barron had coronavirus

President Donald Trump’s youngest son, Barron, 14, contracted the coronavirus this month at the same time both of his parents were ill, first lady Melania Trump wrote in a statement Wednesday.

When the president was diagnosed with Covid-19, his physician released a statement saying his children had tested negative.… [more]

 

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