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WHO reveals ‘historic’ coronavirus treatment trial – but has grave ‘harmful’ drug warning

The World Health Organisation has announced it has started trials to discover a treatment for coronavirus. Although a vaccine for COVID-19 will likely not be readily available for another 12 to 18 months, the health experts are attempting to treat the disease with existing drugs and drug combinations. WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a media briefing about the

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‘The Visit’: Theater Review

Director Jeremy Herrin’s extraordinary take on Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s 1956 play “The Visit” is less of a production and more of a show. A wordy one, to be sure, which is no surprise since it’s an adaptation by Tony Kushner that, including two intermissions, comes in at three-and-a-half hours. It’s never going to be described as fleet-footed, and there are undeniable

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Jon Bon Jovi believes 17-year-old son contracted coronavirus

Jon Bon Jovi strongly suspects his son Jacob contracted a “mild version” of coronavirus, though the 17-year-old has yet to be tested. The 58-year-old musician recently opened up about self-quarantining with his brood during the coronavirus outbreak, revealing that he believes his teenage son had a form of COVID-19. “The whole family is together, all the kids are here with

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Volunteers from Eel River Bar First Nation in NB deliver supplies to elders amid COVID-19 outbreak

A group of volunteers from Eel River Bar First Nation in New Brunswick is doing its part to help keep elders in the community safe during the novel coronavirus pandemic. With a half-ton truck full of cleaning supplies and groceries, Carol Simonson heads out into her community to help the most vulnerable. “With our little project, it is giving people hope

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Nurse describes what it’s really like to work in a hospital amid coronavirus pandemic – EXCLUSIVE

On Thursday, the nation came together to applaud the incredible work of the NHS and health workers in what felt like a hugely historic moment. Together, we gave thanks to those working tirelessly to help people with the deadly bug and a positivity shone out of the dark. The campaign, named #ClapForOurCarers, invited everyone to join together on front doorsteps,

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Better Call Saul: There's a Hidden Easter Egg in That Parking Garage Meeting Between Jimmy McGill and Kevin Wachtell

One of the most satisfying aspects of the Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul, is how well it rewards fans for paying attention. There are enormous opportunities for foreshadowing and subtle references to the original show, from having characters making ominous statements to using specific, Walter White reminiscent graffiti on the side of a payphone. The show was made for

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