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  • Photo of Italy reported lowest COVID-19 deaths per day in recent weeks

    Italy reported lowest COVID-19 deaths per day in recent weeks

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The number of deaths from coronavirus-induced disease and its complications in Italy per day increased by 525 and reached 15,887. The number of deaths per day was the lowest in two weeks, the Italian Civil Protection Department said on Sunday, ANSA reports. “Given today’s data on the victims, whose number was 525, we recorded the lowest death toll since March 19,” department head Angelo Borrelli…

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  • Photo of Elizabeth II thanked quarantine British

    Elizabeth II thanked quarantine British

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The Queen of Great Britain, Elizabeth II, thanked the British, who observe quarantine, thus helping to combat the outbreak caused by the new coronavirus. The monarch said this on Sunday in a special televised address to the nation, expressing confidence that together the British will be able to defeat this disease. “I want to thank those of you who stay at home to help protect…

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  • Photo of April 6 horoscope: starting something new is a bad idea

    April 6 horoscope: starting something new is a bad idea

    13-14 lunar days. Today, the clarified aspect of the Moon in Virgo to Mercury will increase confusion and misunderstanding, but the moon’s trigon to Jupiter will create a small miracle. It will be possible to clarify part of the truth, hush up a misunderstanding, get confirmation, permission, approval. Concessions are possible from superiors and authorities. Influential persons and reputable sources of information can say their weighty word. The level of…

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  • Photo of April 6, the horoscope of love: discover the secrets of your partner

    April 6, the horoscope of love: discover the secrets of your partner

    How today to learn the secrets of the second half without spoiling the relationship? Aries (March 21 – April 19) On this day, the relations of Aries with the second half, most likely, will not differ in special soulfulness and understanding. The reason for this will be previously arising reasons for emotional cooling. Lonely Aries may decide that their desire to establish a personal life slightly reduced their severity. Taurus…

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  • Photo of April 6, financial horoscope: buy or save

    April 6, financial horoscope: buy or save

    Why is it worth giving up financial adventures and investments today? Aries (March 21 – April 19) Aries are endowed with good business qualities that day. The only thing you should fear today is deception. First of all, with caution and healthy skepticism to perceive the incoming information. You should not recklessly trust the women with whom you have established business relations. Taurus (April 20 – May 20) Taurus should…

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  • Photo of Spain announced a decrease in the spread of coronavirus

    Spain announced a decrease in the spread of coronavirus

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In Spain, there is a tendency to slow down the spread of coronavirus, the country’s Ministry of Health reports on April 5. According to the Spanish Minister of Health, Salvador Ilya, quarantine measures have yielded results and Spain has moved to the stage of slowing the growth of the epidemic. Over the past day in Spain a little more than six thousand cases of coronavirus…

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  • Photo of 20 thousand migrants quarantined in Singapore

    20 thousand migrants quarantined in Singapore

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Singapore authorities quarantined about 20,000 migrant workers to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, the Associated Press reported on April 5. According to Singapore’s medical officials, the number of detected cases of COVID-19 per day increased by 120, which is a record since the outbreak. A day earlier, on April 4, 75 new cases were reported. The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Singapore…

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  • Photo of Italy says slowdown in coronavirus deaths

    Italy says slowdown in coronavirus deaths

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The number of people hospitalized in Italy due to coronavirus pneumonia for the first time began to decline, said Angelo Borrelli, head of the country’s civil defense service, on April 5. According to him, for the first time since the start of the epidemic, less than 600 people died in a day. Recall that over the past 24 hours the number of coronavirus victims in…

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  • Photo of Italy explained the possible reason for decrease in incidence of COVID-19

    Italy explained the possible reason for decrease in incidence of COVID-19

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — A possible reason for the slowdown in the number of detected infections and victims of coronavirus infection in Italy was told to journalists on April 5 during a briefing by the President of the Higher Institute of Health (ISS) Silvio Brusaferro. According to Brusaferro, the incidence curve has reached a “plateau”, and now its decline has begun. In his opinion, these events originate two weeks…

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  • Photo of WHO called the most obvious symptom of COVID-19

    WHO called the most obvious symptom of COVID-19

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The main symptom of COVID-19 infection is fever, accompanied by fever, said Margaret Harris, spokeswoman for the World Health Organization. She emphasized that also often patients infected with coronavirus wake up from sleep in the middle of the night. “People say that they wake up in the middle of the night in turbidity, they feel terrible, they don’t understand what’s happening,” Harris said on the…

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  • Photo of Mystery of Italian Ferrara, where COVID-19 is not affected

    Mystery of Italian Ferrara, where COVID-19 is not affected

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In the Italian city of Ferrara, located in the Emilia-Romagna region, which is the second most common coronary infection in the country, the incidence rate is low. Possible reasons were told by the chief researcher of the Scientific Center for Cardiovascular Surgery M. A.N. Bakuleva, Corresponding Member of the RAS Simon Matskeplishvili. According to the scientist, the immunity of residents to a new type of…

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  • Photo of New York reports 8,327 new coronavirus cases and 594 new deaths

    New York reports 8,327 new coronavirus cases and 594 new deaths

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — New York state reports 8,327 new coronavirus cases and 594 new deaths since yesterday, raising total to 122,031 cases and 4,159 dead. The number of New Yorkers, whose test results for the new coronavirus were positive, increased by more than 8 thousand, and the number of deaths per day increased by 594. This was announced on Sunday by New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo at…

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  • Photo of Israeli doctor clarifies the dangers of self-isolation for older people

    Israeli doctor clarifies the dangers of self-isolation for older people

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The main threats to the self-isolation regime for the elderly were listed by the ex-head of the Israeli trade union of doctors Dr. Leonid Eidelman on April 5 in an interview with RIA. The main risk factors in the self-isolation regime for older people are a sedentary lifestyle, overeating and stress for several weeks. All this can lead to an exacerbation of chronic diseases, and…

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  • Photo of US found a risky solution to ventilators shortage problem

    US found a risky solution to ventilators shortage problem

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — New York hospitals are testing a method for connecting two patients with COVID-19 to one mechanical ventilation device (IVL), scientists say that this is a risky step, but “another option is death”. It is reported by The New York Times. As noted, a new way to connect patients to mechanical ventilation is a desperate measure that can help make up for the shortage of critical…

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  • Photo of The third suspect in the murder of passers-by was detained in France

    The third suspect in the murder of passers-by was detained in France

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In France, three men of Sudanese descent are currently on trial in an attack on passers-by in the city of Romans-sur-Isère in the southeast of the country, reports Le Figaro. The publication notes that in addition to the alleged perpetrator of the attack, as well as the second person presented by the investigation as “his acquaintance,” the police detained a third young man of Sudanese…

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  • Photo of Trump refused to wear a mask

    Trump refused to wear a mask

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Despite the fact that all US residents are encouraged to wear a mask while in public places, President Donald Trump said he does not intend to follow this advice, reports AP. “I prefer not to do this,” Trump said, emphasizing that this is not about commitment, but about recommendation, and he “just doesn’t want to” wear a mask. Trump said that he could not imagine…

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  • Photo of Trump warned of a surge in mortality from coronavirus in US

    Trump warned of a surge in mortality from coronavirus in US

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — United States expects a sharp surge in deaths from coronavirus infection over the next two weeks, US President Donald Trump said during a White House briefing. “We can survive this, but there will be many deaths this and next weeks, ” he said. Nevertheless, Trump called on the American media to stop escalating the panic in the country. He noted that some journalists, in the…

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  • Photo of How excessive salt intake affects immunity

    How excessive salt intake affects immunity

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — German scientists have found that excessive salt intake suppresses the human immune system, contributing to the development of bacterial infections of the internal organs. This was reported by the press service of the University of Bonn. Scientists have previously suggested that a salt-rich diet stimulates the immune system, as animal experiments have found that infected skin wounds heal faster in animals that consume high levels…

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  • Photo of Belgrade imposed quarantine in northern Kosovo

    Belgrade imposed quarantine in northern Kosovo

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In the context of the coronavirus, the differentiation of power in northern Kosovo has become more apparent. After three cases of coronavirus in Northern Mitrovica turned into 16, and then to 23, Belgrade decided to introduce a quarantine regime in northern Kosovo. Since this decision was not made in Pristina, many opposition Kosovo politicians took it as a political defeat for the head of government,…

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  • Photo of DR Congo announced readiness to test coronavirus vaccine

    DR Congo announced readiness to test coronavirus vaccine

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, they are ready to take part in testing a vaccine against coronavirus. This was reported by Daily Monitor Uganda with reference to a statement by the head of the working group to combat the pandemic in DR Congo. “We were chosen to conduct these tests,” said the head of the National Biological Institute, Jean-Jacques Muymbé. “The vaccine will…

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