Well-Known To Whom She Wonders
The entire continent of Africa had 89 CV19 deaths yesterday. Canada had 98. And the number I find most worrisome is Spain's 688.BTW, there's been a lot written about New Zealand's success, but I came across this interesting article about lesser known examples that seems worth sharing:
Examples of innovation aren’t getting the fanfare they would do if they emerged from Europe or the US, says Guardian columnist Afua Hirschbit.ly
Meanwhile, the mystery du jour is positive/negative/positive test results.
WASHINGTON — More than a dozen sailors from the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt have tested positive for *********-19 after they were believed to have recovered, which medical experts say shows how much remains unknown about the ***** that causes the disease.
The episode aboard the carrier, which is now back at sea after being sidelined in Guam since late March by a *********-19 outbreak that infected more than 1,100 members of its roughly 4,900-strong crew, occurred against a backdrop of reports from Germany and South Korea that also found positive test outcomes in previously infected people. The significance of that finding is unclear, according to experts: It most likely reflects the presence of harmless, noninfectious viral particles, but researchers can’t yet rule out the possibility that the patients became reinfected, which would cast doubt on prospects for widespread immunity.