The U.S. State Department has been warning since March that “U.S. citizens, particularly travelers with underlying health conditions, should not travel by cruise ship."
Clear and defined methods of COVID-19 detection are needed to effectively identify people who may be infected with coronavirus and prevent its spread.
“The technology is now well-proven, extremely cost-effective, and could possibly prevent catastrophic events like the USS Bonhomme Richard fire,” according to Unifire spokesman Roger Barrett James.
Luxembourg started a coronavirus testing program Wednesday to check each and every one of its roughly 600,000 people, as well as cross-border workers, over the next nine weeks.
A Mayo Clinic study has linked sitting for long periods of time with a number of health concerns, including obesity.
Whistleblower: The Trump administration failed to prepare for the onslaught of the coronavirus, then sought a quick fix by trying to rush an unproven drug to patients.
Several years ago, the CDC launched a campaign known as “Zombie Preparedness,” designed to increase society’s ability to prepare for public health emergencies.
If the coronavirus pandemic has an end in sight, it’s not April and it’s probably not May, judging by what’s unfolding now in Asia.
That’s the question high on Australian investigators minds as they launch a criminal investigation into U.S.-owned cruise ship Ruby Princess.
Can facial recognition be used to identify people who have coronavirus? And what privacy concerns should we have?