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Covid-19 news: Italy, Spain, Belgium limit use of AstraZeneca vaccine

Covid-19 news: Italy, Spain, Belgium limit use of AstraZeneca vaccine

×By,,,,,,andSeveral European countries have now restricted use of the AstraZeneca vaccine in younger peopleAdvertisementOther coronavirus newsCoronavirus deathsUK committee advises under-30s be offered alternative to AstraZeneca jab, while EU review finds no evidence age or gender are risk factors for side effectsOther coronavirus newsCoronavirus deathsThe EU’s drugs regulator has been investigating reports of rare blood clots in a small number of people who received the vaccineOther coronavirus newsCoronavirus deathsLong-lasting symptoms after covid-19 reported by 13.7 per cent of people...

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Covid-19 news: 95 per cent of over 70s in Great Britain given vaccine

Covid-19 news: 95 per cent of over 70s in Great Britain given vaccine

×95 per cent of people over 70 in Great Britain have had a vaccine doseAdvertisementOther coronavirus newCoronavirus deathsLife expectancy fell by one year in 2020, helped by theOther coronavirus newsCoronavirus deathsUK government plans to send 400,000 tests a day to homes and workplacesOther coronavirus newsCoronavirus deaths:Will the new variants scupper efforts to get life back to normal?Nearly two million more people will be added to England’s shielding listOther coronavirus newsCoronavirus deaths Coronavirus variants carrying similar mutations detected in the US Other coronavirus...

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Damaged human lungs revived for transplant by connecting them to a pig

Damaged human lungs revived for transplant by connecting them to a pig

×Donated lungs that are too damaged to be used in transplants have been revived after being connected to the blood supply of a live pig. The technique could potentially triple the number of lungs available for transplant, say the researchers behind the work.As soon as someone dies, their lungs begin to deteriorate. If the person has chosen to donate their lungs, the race is on to get the organs to a recipient as soon as possible. “The lung is very delicate,” says James Fildes at the University of Manchester, UK, who wasn’t involved in the work. “It is one of the most difficult organs to...

July 13, 2020
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Coronavirus: Risk of death rises with age, diabetes and heart disease

Coronavirus: Risk of death rises with age, diabetes and heart disease

×People who have the new coronavirus are most likely to die if they are older or show signs of sepsis or blood clotting problems. That’s according to a study that followed a small group of people infected with the virus from diagnosis to hospital discharge or death.Early on in the outbreak, two hospitals in Wuhan, China, were designated to treat people infected with the coronavirus. Until 1 February, people who were diagnosed with the virus in other hospitals in the city were transferred to one of the two for care.By 31 January, 191 adults had been treated for the virus and either...

March 20, 2020
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