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266,738,080
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238,513,603
Recovered
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5,278,041
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Updated on December 7, 2021 5:19 am

Global Statistics

All countries
266,738,080
Confirmed
Updated on December 7, 2021 5:19 am
All countries
238,513,603
Recovered
Updated on December 7, 2021 5:19 am
All countries
5,278,041
Deaths
Updated on December 7, 2021 5:19 am
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Three scientists give their best advice on how to protect yourself from COVID-19

Scientists flag airborne coronavirus spread Scientists flag airborne coronavirus spread 03:39 Over the past several months, there has been controversy over the way SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, travels from an infected person to others. While official guidance has often been unclear, some aerosol scientists and public health experts have maintained that the spread…

Scientists may know where coronavirus originated, study says

Months into the coronavirus pandemic, researchers are still investigating the actual event where the crossover of the novel coronavirus from animals to humans occurred. A team of scientists may have discovered the answer to the question many have been asking for months, according to a study published in Nature Microbiology.The group of scientists from the United States, China, and…

Scientists discover key brain enzyme controlling sexual desire in males

Researchers have discovered the location of male sexual desire in specific regions of brain tissue where an important enzyme called aromatase is present. Although scientists have investigated aromatase, they do not yet understand the full functions of this enzyme in the adult brain.In a recent study in mice, a team of researchers at Northwestern Medicine…

Scientists left baffled by reports of orca ‘attacks,’ call reports ‘highly unusual’

Scientists admit they are baffled by a rise in aggressive orca activity, with the whales ramming boats along the Spanish and Portuguese coasts, according to reports by the Guardian.The number of reported incidents involving orcas has risen over the summer months, with researchers noting that interactions between the whales and boats are not unusual, but the level…

These Scientists Are Giving Themselves D.I.Y. Coronavirus Vaccines

Impatient for a coronavirus vaccine, dozens of scientists around the world are giving themselves — and sometimes, friends and family — their own unproven versions.Preston Estep, chief scientist and co-founder of RaDVaC, administering an eighth iteration of his vaccine on August 19.  Credit...Kayana Szymczak for The New York TimesSept. 1, 2020Updated 9:15 a.m. ETIn April, more…

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Grand Jury Deliberations in Breonna Taylor Case Will Be Released

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A Once-in-a-Century Climate ‘Anomaly’ Might Have Made World War I Even Deadlier

(John Finney Photography/Moment/Getty Images) An abnormally bad season of weather may have had a significant impact on the death toll from both World War I and the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic, according to new research, with many more lives being lost due to torrential rain and plummeting temperatures. Through a detailed analysis of an ice…