There's A Troubling New Study On COVID-19 Immunity

British researchers say that after people are infected with the novel coronavirus COVID-19, their natural immunity to it could decline within months.According to CNN, a new paper suggests that antibody responses may start to decline 20 to 30 days after COVID-19 symptoms appear.However, the paper has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.Antibodies are the proteins the body makes to fight infection. The findings may have implications for the development of a vaccine against the novel coronavirus.Any vaccine will either need to generate stronger and longer-lasting protection against the virus, or it may need to be given regularly.As of Monday, the World Health Organization said there are 23 COVID-19 candidate vaccines in clinical evaluation globally.

US Government Invests $450M In Coronavirus Drug

US Government Invests $450 Million In Breakthrough Coronavirus Drug

Actor Dies After Agonizing Battle With COVID-19

Nick Cordero fought COVID-19 and ensuing complications for more than three months. But on Sunday, the 41-year-old Broadway star died, leaving behind a 1-year-old son and wife Amanda Kloots, who has been posting about her husband's coronavirus battle on social media. "God has another angel in heaven now," she posted...

New Map Tracks Coronavirus By County

Horrifying Symptom Emerges In COVID-19 Patients

A 31-year-old COVID-19 patient saw herself being attacked by cats. That happened after she was being experimented on in a Japanese lab. Before that, she'd felt herself on fire, unable to move and frightened. "It was so real," she said. But it wasn't. Once thought to affect mostly older patients,...

NFL Fans Get Some Bad News

A person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that the NFL will cut the preseason in half and push the start of exhibition play back a week to give players more time to get in shape

CDC Adds 3 New Coronavirus Symptoms To Its List

CDC Added 3 New Coronavirus Symptoms To Its List

Coronavirus Death Rate Compared To The Flu

Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images Although the flu and coronavirus have some overlapping symptoms, the coronavirus' death rate in the US is far higher. On average in the US, the flu's death rate is .1%, while the coronavirus' death rate is 4.9%. Both viruses are most deadly for the elderly. The flu kills .83% of infected people above age 65, whereas the the coronavirus's death rate is 10.7% for infected people from age 65 to 74, 21.2% for the 75-84 group, and 30.2% for people over 85.

Sweden's Herd Immunity Strategy Comes Up Short

Unlike most European countries, Sweden opted for the 'herd immunity' strategy to battle the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.In April, Swedish state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell predicted that by the end of May, 40% of the population would develop antibodies to fight the virus.Sweden didn't impose a strict lockdown. Instead, it kept schools, restaurants and bars open.Instead, it merely asked Swedes to be careful and to enact voluntary social distancing.According to Business Insider, just 6.1% of the population of Sweden had developed coronavirus antibodies by late May. Its coronavirus death toll surpassed 5,000 this week.Its mortality rate per capita is far higher than its neighboring Scandinavian countries as well as one of the highest in the world.

Major League Baseball Closer To Returning

The start of the 2020 Major League Baseball season might only be a month away. After the MLB Players Association rejected an offer of a 60-game season with expanded playoffs on Monday, the MLB announced owners had unanimously voted to go ahead with a shortened season under the terms of...

Fauci Admits Withholding Key Information

Dr. Anthony Fauci has revealed troubling details surrounding the government's early response to the coronavirus pandemic.

New Zealand Is No Longer Coronavirus Free

New Zealand is no longer coronavirus free , and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is employing the military in an effort to prevent that from happening again. Two sisters who flew from London to New Zealand to see a dying parent were allowed to leave quarantine early—without being tested for the...