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Covid-19 can cause brain damage

A 74-year-old man in Florida and a 58-year-old woman in Detroit are among those who have suffered damage to the central nervous system after falling ill with Covid-19.

Hungary threatened by international liberals over Corona measures

BudapestHungary has once again “come under fire from the international liberal mainstream”, said Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto. After his government declared a state of emergency against the global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, some EU members have threatened Hungary with sanctions.

US tops Covid-19 charts ahead of China

WashingtonThe United States has more confirmed Covid-19 cases than any other country in the world, despite being "prepared".

Are hydrochloroquin and azithromycin the cure for Covid-19?

According to Dr Jeff Colyer, the former governor of Kansas who is a practicing physician, the combination of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin, is continuing to show "promising" results in Coronavirus patients.

Important differences in counting UK Covid-19 deaths

LondonThe figures published on GOV.UK may give an indication of what is happening day by day in Britain, but the limitations of the data should be understood.

Dutch government pay influencers to make people stay at home

The HagueThe Dutch government paid social media influencers to tell people to stay at home to limit the spread of Covid-19. They do not want to say how much money was spent on the campaign however.

Spain’s Covid-19 cases jump to more than 100 000

MadridSpanish Coronavirus cases now stand at 102 135 (previously 94 417) and deaths have increased by 864 to 9053 (previously 8189). The government is facing a lawsuit for gross negligence.

AfD calls for end of sanctions against Russia amid Corona’s economic fallout

BerlinThe AfD has spoken out in favor of not extending sanctions against Russia further due to the difficult economic situation caused by the Corona crisis. Germany should oppose an extension of the sanctions at the upcoming meeting of the heads of state and government of the European Union.

Nine major European hospitals now require assistance

"We will soon be short of important drugs" in the fight against the new Coronavirus, Europe's largest hospital warned in a letter to its respective governments.

Loss of smell and taste may be sign of Covid-19 infection

LondonThe professional membership body representing Ear, Nose and Throat surgery, as well as its related specialities in the United Kingdom (ENT UK) reports that there is now new evidence that anosmia, that is, loss of the ability to sense odor, is a symptom of Covid-19 infection.