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Medical students will be allowed to graduate from New York University earlier than scheduled in May so that they can help combat the coronavirus outbreak, according to a statement from the school.

— The rate of hospitalizations from COVID-19 seem to be slowing down in New York, which might mean that social distancing and closures of businesses among other measures are actually working, Governor Andrew Cuomo said during a briefing today. "This is a very good sign," Cuomo said. "I'm not 100% sure it holds or it's accurate, but the arrows are headed in the right direction."

— The coronavirus isn't mutating quickly, according to experts who are closely monitoring its genetic code for changes, according to the Washington Post. This means that the virus is unlikely to become more or less dangerous as time goes by and that potential vaccines could be more long-lasting, according to the report.

— Spain has now 47,610 cases and 3,434 confirmed deaths from COVID-19, becoming the second country (after Italy) to surpass China's death toll, according to the Johns Hopkins dashboard.

— Italy now has 74,386 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 7,503 deaths, according to the dashboard.
2020-03-25T14:59:44.547Z

Germany death rate is lower than other countries likely because of early, meticulous measures taken

— Germany has nearly 34,000 cases of COVID-19 but only 171 deaths. Early in the infection spread, Germany tested and isolated extensively and meticulously, which might have kept the death rate, around 0.5%, as low as it is, according to Live Science.

— Yesterday, LA County reported a COVID-19 death in a person under 18 years of age. But the case "will require further evaluation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention," the County of LA Public Health department said in a statement released today. "Though early tests indicated a positive result for COVID-19, the case is complex and there may be an alternate explanation for this fatality."

— Within days, 15-minute home test kits for COVID-19 will be available to the British public, a Public Health England director said,
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lorida's Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state-wide stay-at-home order today (April 1) after mounting criticism that he hadn't done so yet. Starting on Thursday at midnight people are ordered to stay home unless they are taking part in essential activities.

— Two Holland America cruise ships, Zaandam and Rotterdam are making their way toward Ft. Lauderdale, Florida after having been rejected at several other ports in South America, but are still awaiting a decision as to whether or not they will be allowed to dock in the state, according to The Washington Post. Another cruise ship, The Carol Princess is also expected to arrive to Florida in a couple of days. There are at least 15 ships still out at sea across the world (some with passengers) that are being denied entry at ports, according to CNN.

— Cases in Italy are now peaking, with the daily death toll remaining steady rather than increasing and the daily number of cases now in decline, according to The Financial Times.

— The coronavirus cases in Massachusetts will likely peak sometime in mid-April, epidemiologists predict, according to The Boston Globe.
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lorida's Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state-wide stay-at-home order today (April 1) after mounting criticism that he hadn't done so yet. Starting on Thursday at midnight people are ordered to stay home unless they are taking part in essential activities.

— Two Holland America cruise ships, Zaandam and Rotterdam are making their way toward Ft. Lauderdale, Florida after having been rejected at several other ports in South America, but are still awaiting a decision as to whether or not they will be allowed to dock in the state, according to The Washington Post. Another cruise ship, The Carol Princess is also expected to arrive to Florida in a couple of days. There are at least 15 ships still out at sea across the world (some with passengers) that are being denied entry at ports, according to CNN.

— Cases in Italy are now peaking, with the daily death toll remaining steady rather than increasing and the daily number of cases now in decline, according to The Financial Times.

— The coronavirus cases in Massachusetts will likely peak sometime in mid-April, epidemiologists predict, according to The Boston Globe.
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The Chinese government and the billionaire founders of the online marketplace Alibaba are sending 1,000 ventilators to New York City; they are expected to arrive at JFK Airport today, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. In addition, Oregon has said the state will send 140 ventilators to the city, ABC News reported.

—The 1,000-bed Navy ship hospital, the USNS Comfort, was tasked with helping the NYC health care system by caring for non-COVID-19 patients; however, on Thursday (April 2), just 20 patients were onboard because of the harsh criteria for who could and could not be treated there. That should change with updated guidelines: "Screening for care on the USNS Comfort will be modified and will now occur pier-side in an effort to reduce the backlog at some of the nearby New York hospitals. The screening effort for the USNS Comfort will no longer require a negative test, but each patient will still be screened by temperature and a short questionnaire," the U.S. Department of Defense said in a statement.

—Hundreds of service members cheered for the recently ousted Navy captain, Brett Crozier, who was relieved of his command after sending a letter asking for help due to an outbreak of COVID-19 on the carrier, Live Science reported.

—Two parishes in Louisiana, in the New Orleans area, have the highest COVID-19 death rate per capita in the United States, according to The Wall Street Journal. For instance, St. John the Baptist Parish has a death rate per capita of nearly 40 virus-related deaths per 100,000 people; Orleans Parish has a death rate from the virus of nearly 38 per 100,000 individuals, the WSJ reported.
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a lonely ride
never tell what you see
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a ride so smooth hi tyler?
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what makes us who we are. It influences nearly every aspect of our lives including what we choose to do for a living, how we interact with our families, and our choices of friends and romantic partners. But what factors influence our personality? Can we change our personalities, or do our overall traits remain constant throughout life?for more thompsonmaiguel746@gmail
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