Category: Infections

Summer Rise in Infections Did Not Reduce the Number of Americans Shopping or Dining Out
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Summer Rise in Infections Did Not Reduce the Number of Americans Shopping or Dining Out

The summer’s rise in coronavirus infections did not dampen the likelihood of Americans to engage in consumer behavior that involves visiting public places. Almost six in 10 Americans say they are someone in their household have visisted a grocery store in the past two days, according to the Franklin Templeton-Gallup Economics of Recovery Study. Two…

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Coronavirus Infections are Massively Underreported, Warns Hong Kong Academic
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Coronavirus Infections are Massively Underreported, Warns Hong Kong Academic

Chinese University of Hong Kong professor says official coronavirus tally in Wuhan likely far exceeds official numbers. More than 20,000 confirmed cases are reported from Wuhan, but that only includes patients admitted to hospitals. South Korea reported that a confirmed coronavirus patient had contact with 1,318 people, showing how fast the virus can spread. The…

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