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Archives for April 16, 2020

Dogs may sniff out coronavirus carriers

From Newsmax Finding virus carriers—especially those with no symptoms—is among the biggest hurdles to addressing the pandemic. But what if dogs can do that? Scientists in London say that dogs could in fact revolutionize the hunt for Covid-19 by sniffing out subtle odors produced by the virus when within the human body. The London School of Hygiene […]

Peter Navarro: WHO has ‘Blood on Their Hands’

By James Devaney From Newsmax The World Health Organization has “blood on their hands” over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic and its early denial that the virus could not be spread between people, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said. Navarro was on Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight” Wednesday and accused the WHO and […]

Jamaica now has 125 Confirmed Cases -UPDATE: 18 Additional COVID-19 Cases, Tally Up To 143

UPDATE From Jamaica Gleaner – Health and Wellness Minister Dr Christopher Tufton is reporting that there have been an additional 18 confirmed coronavirus cases in Jamaica, pushing the tally to 143. Five of the new cases are males and 13 are females. The ages range from four years old to 56. Some are believed to be […]

Coronavirus: 668 infected on French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle

From BBC A third of the sailors serving with France’s aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle – 668 out of nearly 2,000 – are infected with coronavirus. Nearly all are on the carrier itself, the navy says. An escorting frigate and carrier pilots are also in quarantine. The carrier returned to the French port of Toulon […]

16 Apr Weather in Cayman

16 Apr Thu 2020 SYNOPSIS Light southeasterly winds and slight seas will continue across the Cayman area over the next 24 hours in association with a weak ridge of high pressure system over the Northwest Caribbean. Radar images show isolated showers within the Cayman area which are moving towards the west-northwest. Humidity: 65% (DOWN from […]