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Madeline Farber

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Recent articles by Madeline:

CDC now says coronavirus 'does not spread easily' via contaminated surfaces

For those of you still wiping down groceries and other packages amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, breathe a sigh of relief: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now say that the novel virus “does not spread easily” from touching contaminated surfaces or objects. → Read More

Coronavirus survivors should wait 30 days before having sex again, official in this country says

Sorry, lovers: Those who have survived the novel coronavirus should wait at least 30 days before having sex again — according to officials in Thailand, at least. → Read More

First cases of possible coronavirus-linked inflammatory condition in children reported in Mississippi, Oregon

Oregon and Mississippi this week joined a seemingly growing list of states that have reported cases of a mysterious inflammatory illness in children that experts think is possibly related to the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus claims life of Chicago boy, 12: officials

A 12-year-old Chicago, Ill., boy died after contracting the novel coronavirus, making him the youngest COVID-19-related fatality in Cook County, according to local reports. → Read More

Texas county unveils color-coded coronavirus alert system in evaluating COVID-19 risk

Dallas County in Texas this week launched a new color-coded alert system to help residents better understand what level of risk they are taking when venturing out in public. → Read More

Nevada sees case of deadly rabbit virus: report

A deadly virus that affects both domestic and wild rabbits has been reported in Nevada, according to local reports. → Read More

Heading back to work post-coronavirus: Experts offer tips on staying safe

How to stay safe in a post-coronavirus workplace, according to experts. → Read More

UK railway worker dies of coronavirus after being spat on by infected traveler

A railway worker in the United Kingdom died of the novel coronavirus after likely being infected with it by an ill traveler who allegedly spat on her, the union of which she was apart announced on Tuesday. → Read More

Mysterious coronavirus-linked inflammatory condition reported in Connecticut children for the first time

At least three children in Connecticut are being treated for a mysterious inflammatory condition that is likely linked to the novel coronavirus. → Read More

New Jersey’s first pediatric coronavirus death reported in 4-year-old child, officials say

A 4-year-old child in New Jersey has died after contracting the novel coronavirus, marking the state’s first pediatric death related to COVID-19, officials announced late last week. → Read More

California nurse treating 'code blue' coronavirus patient dies after lack of proper PPE: report

A nurse in California died weeks after she treated a “code blue” coronavirus patient without wearing proper personal protective equipment (PPE), with her colleagues saying she would have lost valuable time if she had waited to find an N95 mask before helping the patient who required immediate resuscitation and ventilation. → Read More

Hospitals treating coronavirus patients in Mexico City are reaching maximum capacity: report

A number of hospitals in Mexico City are reaching their maximum capacities, with some facilities being forced to turn patients away over the weekend, according to a report. → Read More

Mother, baby with coronavirus overcome illness, discharged from hospital after nearly 40 days

A mother and her newborn baby who were hospitalized for the novel coronavirus were officially given the all-clear this week, returning home after nearly 40 days in the hospital. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic doesn’t stop New York woman from overcoming cancer: ‘It’s an incredibly special day’

At least one New York woman is finding a reason to celebrate in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Children with coronavirus at LA hospital develop rare inflammatory condition possibly linked to COVID-19

Some patients at a California children’s hospital have developed a rare inflammatory condition possibly linked to the novel coronavirus. → Read More

‘Coronavirus parties’ in Washington state county were ‘innocent endeavors,’ official says in new statement

After attributing a spike in coronavirus cases to so-called “coronavirus parties" earlier this week, officials in a southeastern Washington State county have now walked back the comments, saying the gatherings were “innocent endeavors.” → Read More

Irish send funds to coronavirus-hit Native American community, returning nearly 200-year-old favor

To pay it forward nearly 200 years later, many Irish people have donated money to a Native American tribe that has been hit hard by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in the U.S. → Read More

Coronavirus could impact this dog breed more than others: veterinarian

Heads up, pug owners: Dogs of this breed may be more susceptible to the novel coronavirus due to their flat faces and squished noses, a veterinarian said. → Read More

Coronavirus prompts Michigan health department to launch free condom delivery service

If you live in Michigan and need a condom, you’re in luck: The state health department this week launched a free condom delivery service amid the coronavirus epidemic. → Read More

Coronavirus prompts New York City to close subways overnight for ‘daily deep cleaning’

Starting next week, the New York City subway will shut down overnight for “daily deep cleanings” in an effort to rid the public transportation system of the novel coronavirus and ultimately better protect essential workers who use the service during that time. → Read More