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Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Friday 12-Feb-2021

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By Dr. Stuart Weiss, Intelligent Crowd Solutions

Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP

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COVID-19 HEADLINES FOR TODAY

Coronavirus update for February 12, 2021

World Wide Updates

Canadians need to stay ‘hunkered down’ a little longer, Trudeau says
France’s health authority recommends single vaccine dose to those previously infected
Italy extends travel ban between regions, as four regions tighten Covid-19 restrictions
UK Covid-19 full-range R rate falls below 1 for the first time since July
Iran reports more cases and deaths, as it begins Russian vaccine rollout
Cases fall in Israel, which is on track to ease restrictions on February 23
Germany, fearing new coronavirus variants, imposes border checks with Austria and Czech Republic
More European countries send medical teams to help Portugal
UK’s hotel quarantine booking website crashes 
Human Rights Watch: governments are using Covid-19 to trample on free speech
From sermons to WhatsApp messages, these Britons are trying to dispel Covid-19 myths in minority communities
UK economy contracted by a record 9.9% in 2020 due to the pandemic
Australian state of Victoria announces 5-day lockdown, meaning the Australian Open will go ahead without fans
Germany border controls “unavoidable” to prevent import of variants, says health minister
Total Cases Worldwide: 108,681,282
Total Deaths Worldwide: 2,391,664
Total Recovered: 80,644,027

US Updates

Coronavirus antibody tests results vary a lot depending on when people get them, study finds
Nearly a third of adults are undecided about the Covid-19 vaccine, analysis shows
CDC releases new recommendations on reopening schools, with five key strategies
New York has now given 2 million vaccine doses
Trump’s Covid-19 condition was worse than his team let on
Vaccines should work against coronavirus variants, NIH lab chief tells Biden
A year into the pandemic, the US has conducted more tests than it has residents
Miami-Dade superintendent explains how the district was able to fully reopen schools
Americans could be wearing masks for ‘several months,’ Fauci says
Massachusetts allows a companion for seniors to get the vaccine too. It has spurred online scams, governor says
New York governor’s top aide apologizes and says administration ‘froze’ after inquiries on Covid-19 deaths at long-term care facilities
More than 475,000 people have died in the US from coronavirus
Nevada announces timetable to end statewide Covid-19 limitations
San Francisco files emergency court order to reopen public schools
Vitamin C and zinc don’t help Covid-19 patients, study finds
Students could see lifelong earnings cut due to extended remote learning, professor at Stanford says
US on track to have vaccines for 300 million by end of July, Biden says
Three Maryland men busted for phony website peddling Moderna COVID vaccine for $30 a shot
Rite Aid to begin vaccinating for COVID today in several states, including New York City
Total US cases: 28,090,926
Total US deaths: 492,038
Total Recovered: 18,008,649
Total Tested in US: 326,574,590
Total cases in CA: 3,452,442
Total deaths in CA: 46,175
Total cases in TX: 2,556,591
Total deaths in TX: 41,063
Total cases in FL: 1,814,422
Total deaths in FL: 28,565
Total cases in NY: 1,558,844
Total deaths in NY: 45,791
Total cases in IL: 1,158,431
Total deaths in IL: 22,027
Total Vaccines Administered in US: 48,410,558
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