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Published 16.06.2020 07:53
Worldwide, there are 136 Covid-19 vaccines in development in June.
Among them, there are 10 candidate vaccines in clinical evaluation, including one by the University of Oxford (UK), in phase 2b/3, which means running large scale efficacy tests and Casino Biological/Beijing Insititute of Biotecnic (China), in phase 2, meaning running expanded safety trials and one by Moderna/NIAID (US), which is…
Inclusion,
Published 14.06.2020 18:38
In the US, volunteers have launched the Indigenous Mutual Aid network.
This project aims to inspire autonomous Indigenous relief organizing in response to the pandemic.This is a project of information and support maintained by volunteers with Indigenous Action, Táala Hooghan Infoshop, and Kinłani Mutual Aid. They have created a Slack channel to connect, share and coordinate efforts.
Health,
Published 29.06.2020 09:01
Scientists from Stanford University develop a gene-editing tool that can destroy Covid-19 inside human cells.
The Stanford team partnered up with researchers at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to develop a technique called prophylactic antiviral CRISPR in human cells, or PAC-MAN. By scrambling the virus’s genetic code, PAC-MAN could neutralise the coronavirus and stop it from replicating inside cells.
Unemployment,
Published 18.06.2020 13:14
Anonymous donor gave $40,000 to Florida cafe to help it stay open during the pandemic and feed doctors.
Bill’s Cafe, a restaurant in Naples, Florida, was forced to close due to the governor’s stay-at-home order. An anonymous donor has donated the restaurant money so that it could survive despite the order. However, the donor asked if the restaurant’s owner would be willing to send 100 sandwiches per day…
Health,
Published 08.06.2020 07:35
In the US, Johns Hopkins university has launched a free online course to teach people as a “Covid-19 tracker”.
The pandemic The has created an unprecedented need for contact tracing in every country. The course aims to teach about: this virus, including the infectious period, its clinical presentation and the evidence for how it is transmitted from person-to-person.
Inclusion,
Published 02.06.2020 06:03
In the US, The Center on Rural Innovation is mapping the rural areas in greater need due to the pandemic.
This social Enterprise partnered with AppliedXL and STAT to create a tool to identify the preparedness of rural US, such as the number of licensed hospital beds or the percentage of the population aged older than 65 years old.
Inclusion,
Published 10.06.2020 11:37
In the US, Hotel Vouchers 4 All helps people in San Diego with housing during the pandemic.
Hotel Vouchers 4 All is a group providing emergency shelter in local hotels for people experiencing housing insecurity or those people who are unsheltered during the Covid-19 pandemic. The hotel voucher programme began in March. The organisation is raising money through crowdfunding. They are negotiating prices to accommodate more people…
Lockdown,
Published 31.05.2020 14:03
In Texas, the United States, a virtual jury trial was held by Zoom.
The online case was an insurance dispute in Collin County District Court. Lawyers selected the jury listening to the candidates by videoconference. Potential jurors logged in laptop or smartphones and the jury selection was streamed live on Youtube. It is believed that is the first virtual jury trial that was…
Unemployment,
Published 28.05.2020 14:12
In the US, Colorado organized virtual town halls on unemployment.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment held two unemployment virtual town halls in English and Spanish on May 4 aiming to provide information on the unemployment insurance program. Over 36 million people have filed for unemployment benefits in only two months in the United States, starting in mid March.
Inclusion,
Published 27.05.2020 07:55
Bend it like the Bay Area: Doctors see flatter curve after 2 weeks of social isolation
State leaders and doctors are cautiously optimistic that the Bay Area's early moves to lock down residents two weeks ago have prevented surges of coronavirus patients from overwhelming the region's health care capacity thus far.

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