Respiratory diseases

Smallpox is driving up the share price of these companies

Growing concerns about the outbreak of smallpox in Europe and the United States have led to a rise in shares of several vaccine and pharmaceutical companies. Although infections are rare outside of Central and West Africa, according to the World Health Organization, 92 cases of the smallpox virus have been confirmed in non-endemic countries, including …

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Smallpox is driving up the share price of these companies

Growing concerns about the outbreak of smallpox in Europe and the United States have led to a rise in shares of several vaccine and pharmaceutical companies. Although infections are rare outside of Central and West Africa, according to the World Health Organization, 92 cases of the smallpox virus have been confirmed in non-endemic countries, including …

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More than 100 confirmed or suspected cases of smallpox have been reported in 12 countries, including the United States.

CNN – There are more cases of the rare disease worldwide, including in the United States, where a health worker said he expects more cases in the coming days. As of Saturday, 92 confirmed and 28 suspected cases of smallpox were being investigated in 12 countries, the World Health Organization said in a statement. Confirmed …

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What measures should be taken as the number of cases of Covid-19 increases?

CNN – Coved-19 cases are on the rise again. In at least eight U.S. states, infections have risen 50 percent since the previous week. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, parts of New York have moved to the “high” mark of the Coved-19 community. The growth in the United States was …

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The new study is no less severe and infectious than previous versions of omicron

A new study by researchers at Harvard Medical School, among others, found that the omicron variant of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is not as severe and contagious as previous variants, but not as severe as previously thought. The study is based on records of 130,000 COVID patients in Massachusetts and was conducted by researchers …

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Omicron has led to an increase in deaths from vaccinated people, and the analysis shows that those who are not vaccinated remain the most dangerous.

The OMICRON variant of the COVID-19 virus, which has been spreading in the United States since late last year, has caused more damage than previous variants, including those who have been vaccinated and even those who have been amplified. This is according to an analysis by the Washington Post’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, …

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