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US: Coronavirus Second Wave May Be Worse 22 Apr 2020

US: Coronavirus Second Wave May Be Worse

A second wave of the novel coronavirus in the US could be even more destructive because it will likely collide with the beginning of the flu season.

COVID-19 Vanishes with Summer Heat? 07 Apr 2020

COVID-19 Vanishes with Summer Heat?

Flu epidemics tend to die out as winter ends; could sunshine, similarly, affect the behavior of the coronavirus and its spread?

How disease spread; science talks 22 Feb 2020

How disease spread; science talks

Scientists, medical professionals, and governments around the world are working to understand how the new respiratory disease ravaging Hubei Province spread.

Iranian flu vaccine to commercialize 10 Feb 2020

Iranian flu vaccine to commercialize

CEO of a knowledge-based company said Iranian flu vaccines will hit the market in a few months after obtaining the necessary permits.

Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to Nine As Fears Grow 22 Jan 2020

Coronavirus Death Toll Rises to Nine As Fears Grow

The death toll from a new coronavirus in China rose to nine on Wednesday with 440 confirmed cases, Chinese health officials said.

Flu epidemic claims lives in Iran 03 Dec 2019

Flu epidemic claims lives in Iran

TEHRAN (Iran News) – A senior Iranian Health Ministry official said that an ongoing flu epidemic has claimed the lives of 56 people since its outbreak more than a couple of months ago. “Due to influenza, 273 individuals have been hospitalized and 19 have lost their lives” in the past week alone, said Alireza Raisi, […]

US sees most active flu season since 2009 ‘swine’ pandemic 27 Jan 2018

US sees most active flu season since 2009 ‘swine’ pandemic

Flu is sweeping the United States, killing at least 37 children and sending the most people nationwide in search of medical care since the 2009 “swine flu” pandemic, US officials said Friday. This year, the most common strain of influenza is H3N2, and nearly every state has been hit hard, said the US Centers for […]