Two potential therapies for covid-19 have some effect Hope rears its head, but more information is needed China starts campaign to help new graduates find jobs as economy slumpsInitiatives include recruiting more teachers, expanding army enlistment, more hiring by state-owned firms, and more subsidies for small businesses. Coronavirus 'largely gone out' of UK population outside hospitals and care homes, professor claimsEpidemiology expert Professor Tim Spector also claims there are 13 or 14 symptoms of the virus, including acute muscle pain. COVID-19: UAE announces 553 new coronavirus cases, 9 deaths and 265 recoveriesTotal number of confirmed COVID-19 infections in UAE is now 16,793 After Recovery From the Coronavirus, Most People Carry AntibodiesA new study adds to evidence of immunity among those who have already been exposed to the pathogen. Coronavirus: Six-week-old baby dies with COVID-19 as UK deaths pass 31,000The number of coronavirus deaths recorded in the UK has increased by 626 in the past 24 hours. British Covid-19 patient in Vietnam could have lung transplantVietnam Airlines pilot one of only two serious cases in country with mass testing regime `I'm never going to be the same': Medics grapple with mental trauma on COVID-19 front lineAnne Messman, a veteran emergency room physician in Detroit, knew something was wrong when she developed insomnia and became unusually irritated with people she loved. Tijuana coronavirus death rate soars after hospital outbreaksThe number of deaths from the coronavirus in Mexico's best-known border city, Tijuana, has soared and the COVID-19 mortality rate is twice the national average, the health ministry says, after medical staff quickly fell ill as the outbreak rampaged throug Call for 'universal Covid-19 testing' in care homesMichelle O'Neill says a regular programme of testing is required, as figures reveal 232 care home deaths. Data on coronavirus deaths in mental health and learning disability units will now be published, NHS announcesNHS England medical director pledges transparency on learning disabled and autism deaths from Covid-19 Child in N.Y. Dies and Rare Syndrome Tied to Virus Is SuspectedIf confirmed, it would be the first known death in New York related to the mysterious inflammation that recently began appearing in children. UK health watchdog may investigate coronavirus deathsLawyers say failure to provide adequate PPE may amount to corporate manslaughter The hospital ship Trump sent to Los Angeles to support COVID-19 fight stopped taking patients after treating just 77 peopleThe ship discharged its last patient on Tuesday, five days after the large hospital ship stopped receiving patients. 'Every parent's nightmare': New York is investigating the death of a 5-year-old child from an illness linked to coronavirus"Caution to all people who again may have believed that their child couldn't be affected by COVID," Cuomo said. France had Covid-19 in November, hospital says after analysis of chest scansStudy finds person who had the disease 10 weeks before the country had detected cases, as doctor says it spread slowly until late February before accelerating. Deaths in mental health hospitals double as coronavirus spreadsCare Quality Commission reveals scale of Covid-19 deaths in mental health hospitals as NHS England refuses to publish information about learning disabled and autistic patient deaths The Psychological Toll of Working on the Front Lines: Dr. Sanjay Gupta's coronavirus podcast for May 6Health care workers on the front lines are risking not only their lives, but also their mental and emotional well-being. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with Dr. Steven McDonald, an emergency room doctor in New York, about the psyc Many covid deaths in care homes are unrecordedGovernments are waking up to a hidden calamity Care packages donated in backpacker's memoryThe cousin of Grace Millane, who was murdered in New Zealand, says she would have been "so proud". Russia Is Boasting About Low Coronavirus Deaths. The Numbers Are Deceiving. - The Moscow TimesIncreasing transparency by Russian officials shows that 233% more coronavirus-positive patients died in two regions than reported in the total count. Cuomo warns of 'entirely different chapter' as 5-year-old NYC boy dies from COVID-related complicationsFor months, parents have been counting their blessings amid reports that the novel coronavirus seemed to spare children. It was bad, certainly, but at least the kids were safe. Now, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is warning that may not be entirely true. The coronavirus' double whammy on vulnerable populationsMinorities and low-income workers are more at risk in every way. Spain’s army predicts 2 more waves of coronavirusA internal report by Spain’s army says it expects there to be two more outbreaks of the coronavirus 73 children infected with Kawaski disease in New York, 5-year-old diesSeventy-three children in New York have been infected with a rare, life-threatening, inflammatory illness potentially linked to the coronavirus — and a 5-year-old boy in New York City w… Singapore moves nursing-home employees into hotels to protect elderlyOlder Singaporeans tend to be more severely affected by Covid-19, with patients above the age of 60 accounting for 19 of the country’s 20 deaths from the disease. Number of active COVID-19 cases in Israel drops below 5,000, no new deathsTotal infections recorded since start of pandemic hits 16,436; death toll at 245, with country on track to mark 2 weeks since more than 200 new cases were reported in a day Singapore plans to test all nursing home residents for coronavirusSINGAPORE – Singapore plans to test all 16,000 elderly residents of its nursing homes for the coronavirus over the coming weeks, as it edges towards exiting a nationwide lockdown next month. … A top aide to Vice President Pence tests positive for coronavirusKatie Miller, Pence’s press secretary, is a fixture around the vice president and has attended the coronavirus task force meetings that he leads. How many coronavirus cases are in the UK - and where are they?Since the first Covid-19 cases were detected in York, the disease has now spread across the UK - find out how many cases are in your area How many coronavirus cases are in your area? Use our tool to find outEnter your postcode in the tool below to find out how many people have been infected with coronavirus in your area 5 deaths take virus toll to 245; recoveries continue to outpace new infectionsHealth Ministry reports 63 new infections over previous 24 hours taking total to 16,409; 77 people in serious condition, 64 of whom are on ventilators; over 11,000 have recovered How does Coronavirus affect children?With parents and policymakers agonising over when to reopen schools as lockdowns ease, scientists are still struggling to find out how the new coronavirus affects children. Workers in Iowa meat industry fear returning to workOutbreak at pork plant leads to more than 1,600 cases and 20 deaths as Trump orders meatpackers to restart production. COVID-19: Where every tomorrow is a prayer – may no one dieCOVID-19 is reshaping every known parameter of humanity in ways that are hard to recognise Indonesia asks why Chinese fishing ship dumped sailors in seaRemains cast overboard in keeping with international rules, captain says Covid-19: Daily death toll up in France as hospitalisations continue to fallThe number of people who have died from coronavirus infection in France rose 243 to 26,230 on Friday, a higher daily death toll than the previous day when it stood at 178. Chinese scientists identify two antibodies for potential coronavirus drugThey were found to work together to prevent the virus from binding to a host cell, and researchers say that could help target different strains that evolve as virus spreads. Beating coronavirus needs return to health surveillance, says WHONations must return to testing, tracing and quarantining strategy rather than reopening economies, says WHO official. Researchers eye coronavirus antibody therapies as a quick fixThese could be important bridge treatments before a vaccine becomes available. Coronavirus Deals 'Powerful Blow' to Putin's Grand May 9 Plans - The Moscow TimesWhat was supposed to be a triumphant spring for Putin has become a political letdown.