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Florida-based medical cannabis company Trulieve Cannabis Corp. said it is expanding into Pennsylvania by acquiring two cannabis companies in the state. The company noted that the acquisitions align with its focus on expanding within the northeast. Trulieve has agreed to acquire cultivator and producer...

who europe covid 091720 The World Health Organization on Thursday warned that Europe is bracing for a "very serious situation" regarding the coronavirus, as it is going to transmit at alarming rates across the continent. "We have a very serious situation unfolding before us," WHO Regional Director Hans Kluge said while addressing a news conference. "Weekly cases have now exceeded those reported when the pandemic first peaked in Europe in March."

vaccine sept17 President Donald Trump claimed that the United States is on track to deliver and distribute a vaccine against coronavirus in October. "We're on track to deliver and distribute the vaccine in a very, very safe and effective manner. We think we can start sometime in October. So as soon as it is announced, we'll be able to start. That'll be from mid-October on. It may be a little bit later than that

uscoronavirus sept16 The United States recorded 1,406 cornavirus-related casualties in the last 24 hours, the second highest daily number in nearly four months. 1490 COVID deaths reported on August 12 was the worst during this period. The total death toll in the country rose to 195942 as per Johns Hopkins University's latest data. 56,169 additional infections were reported in the last 24 hours, taking the national

uscorona april08 15sep20 Even as new COVID cases show a slowdown trend in the United States, seven states have reportedly recorded their highest increases in infections or deaths in a 24-hour period in September. Arkansas, Illinois, North Dakota, South Carolina, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming reported record one-day increases in cases, Reuters reported based on its analysis of state and county-wise data. The state

uscoronavirus sept14 The World Health Organization reported the biggest daily rise in coronavirus cases across the world on Sunday. With 307,930 new cases reporting in the last 24 hours, the total number of global COVID infections reached 28637952. Half of these cases are in the Americas. The latest surge breaks the previous one-day record of 306,857 new infections that WHO reported on September 6. The biggest in

astrazeneca sept14 British drug major AstraZeneca, which had halted the trial of coronavirus vaccine AZD1222 last week, has resumed the trial in the U.K, while it is still not certain when the company will start its US trial again. The company said it will continue to work with other global health authorities and be guided as to when other clinical trials can resume.

qiagen sept09 Qiagen on Tuesday announced its plans to launch a new portable coronavirus test, that can yield results in 15 minutes and can analyze more than 30 samples in an hour.

astrazeneca sept09 AstraZeneca has halted its late-stage COVID-19 vaccine trial due to a potentially unexplained illness in a U.K. volunteer, according to reports citing an email statement issued by the company's spokesperson.

uscorona sep08 With 23,418 new cases reporting in the last 24 hours, the total number of infections in the country rose to 6301320 as per Johns Hopkins University's latest update Tuesday.

uscoronavirus sept07 On a day India overtook Brazil as the country second worst-hit by coronavirus, the United States recorded one of the lowest tolls in recent months in both new cases and deaths due to the pandemic. With 33174 new cases reporting in the last 24 hours, the total number of infections in the country rose to 6277902 as of Johns Hopkins University's latest update Monday. 406 COVID-infected deaths were

hhs sept04 The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or HHS announced details of the performance-based incentive payment distribution to nursing homes from a $2 billion Provider Relief Fund or PRF. This distribution is the latest update under the previously announced $5 billion in planned support to nursing homes struggling with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

uscoronavirus 0904 From September 9, casinos in New York will start functioning statewide at 25 percent capacity, and malls in New York City will reopen accommodating half of their capacity. Governor Andrew Cuomo took the decision to partially reopen as new COVID cases remain low in New York, the worst-affected U.S. state that was once the country's pandemic hot spot. Announcing the move, Coumo said, "While this p

proteinshoppe 0904 Protein Shoppe is recalling "Red-E" Male Enhancement tablet due to the presence of an undeclared drug ingredient, that can cause serious health risks.

cdc sept03 The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has told states to get ready to distribute a potential vaccine against coronavirus by November 1, just ahead of the presidential election, US media reported. The federal health agency is also reportedly asking health officials in all 50 states to get rid of red tape that would prevent distribution sites from opening. "For the purpose of initial

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