The Emmi COVID-19 video has been created by Wolters Kluwer to help educate the public on ways to stay healthy during this pandemic. The organization supports more than 1.9 million clinicians in 190+ countries, having more than 7,100 world-renowned physician authors, editors, and reviewers working on a rigorous editorial process to synthesize the most recent medical information into trusted, evidence-based recommendations. Every day, clinicians view topics covering 25 specialties over 1.6 million times, making it one of the most reliable sources around.
In these uncertain times, the news can be a drag. Well, not anymore. There is a new web series to the rescue, dedicated to bringing good news for all of us… The show has lots of surprises and is full of incredible moments that everyone will love and cherish (and share). Make sure you don’t miss it!
Sky News’ Chief Correspondent Stuart Ramsay travels to the heart of Europe’s coronavirus pandemic.
This global pandemic is already one of the most challenging situations ever faced by mankind, affecting everyone across the globe in similarly horrible ways, causing unimaginable havoc, claiming countless lives, turning economies upside-down, and challenging our resolve.
The Tiger and the Zoo’s Other Cats Are Doing Well at This Time, but an employee is suspected of being infected with the COVID-19.
With a very contagious virus like COVID-19, which is stretching the capacity of our health care system, damaging our economy, and claiming countless lives, everyone’s participation in the Social Distancing plan is crucial!
If you think the seriousness of the current global pandemic is driving the News media to do their most fundamental job providing us with valuable accurate information that is of utmost importance for our safety, well… think again!
After being exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19, it can take as few as two and as many as 14 days for symptoms to develop. Cases range from mild to critical. The average timeline from the first symptom to recovery is about 17 days, but some cases are fatal. Here’s what it looks like to develop COVID-19, day by day.