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vaccine developed to ward off the novel coronavirus would likely be limited in how long it would shield against infection, top U.S. infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci said Monday.“You can assume that we’ll get protection at least to take us through this cycle," Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in an appearance on a live-streamed video conference hosted by the National Institutes of Health.“We’re still knee-deep in the first wave" of the pandemic, Fauci said.
PURNIA, India - When you catch an endangered animal, it’s only right to set it free.A fisherman went above and beyond to rescue a dolphin after accidentally catching it in his net. A crowd gathered to watch as he carried the dolphin away from the nets before releasing it back into the water.The fisherman was seen by witnesses carrying the dolphin away from the nets before releasing it safely back into the water.

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RELATED: Coronavirus coverageThere were signs that FCD’s stay in Orlando was could come to an end when their opening game against Vancouver, set for Wednesday, was postponed.“The health of everyone involved in our return to play has always been our top priority, and we will continue to make decisions consistent with that priority," said MLS Commissioner Don Garber.AdvertisementThe season restart event, located at the Disney Wide World of Sports complex, is scheduled to go from July 8 – August 11.Team officials say they are now working with MLS and health authorities in Florida and Texas on how to safely leave the venue and return home.RELATED: Interactive map of Texas COVID-19 cases
ORANGE CITY, Fla. – Orange City is now the latest to require its residents to wear masks in public as coronavirus cases continue to climb.The mandate was approved 6-1 during the commission meeting Monday night.Vice Mayor Bill O’Connor was the only one to vote against the measure.The emergency ordinance that would include details about when the mandate begins and what the requirements are has not yet been made available.Already, mask mandates are in place in Orange County, Daytona Beach, Osceola County and New Smyrna Beach, to name a few.On its website, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention claims that facial coverings can block potentially infected respiratory droplets from entering a person’s nose and mouth.

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China’s foreign ministry warned on Monday that it reserved the right to take additional action in response to Canada suspending its extradition treaty with Hong Kong, due to the new national security legislation imposed on the semi-autonomous region by China.
coronavirus pandemic.The safety warning issued Monday evening said that the respirators, sold by Shanghai Lansheng Light Industrial Products, were falsely labelled as being approved by the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), and may not adhere to that organization’s safety standards.

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Kelly Brook resorted to drinking apple cider vinegar to ward off coronavirus as she struggled with ‘crippling’ anxiety.When the UK went into lockdown, Kelly would take to drinking the vinegar as she believed it would keep her healthy.As her anxiety went ‘through the roof’ she would often woke up in the middle of the night struggling to breathe and become convinced she had symptoms of coronavirus.Speaking on Vicky Pattison’s podcast The Secret To Surviving Isolation, the 40-year-old confessed: ‘I was getting up in the middle of the night, having to go and sit in the kitchen and breathe because we just didn’t know what was going to happen, if we had it, if we didn’t have it.
Good Morning Britain was back on our screens this morning with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on presenting duty.

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COVID-19 RT-PCR tests.The machine can take input of various sample types such as plasma, tissue, sputum and swab, it added."To make India self-reliant in advanced diagnostics, Compact XL is our most ambitious project to date.
Mint spoke to Vijay Raghavan to assess how India is faring in its efforts to control the covid-19 spread inside prisons. Raghavan is a professor at the Centre for Criminology and Justice at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai.

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