The Daily Populous

Wednesday March 25th, 2020 night edition

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Please do not take medical advice from a man who looked directly at a solar eclipse.

The retort from Trump’s 2016 White House rival makes reference to Trump temporarily taking off his protective glasses during an August 2017 eclipse and looking up at the sky.

Earlier this month, she tweeted that the federal government should have implemented actions such as quarantines and federally mandated paid sick leave.

His appearances at daily press briefings have muddled his administration's official messaging on the outbreak.

When asked on Friday if the drug could treat coronavirus, Fauci replied, "no.".

“It was not done in a controlled clinical trial, so you really can’t make any definitive statement about it.”.

The chemical, which is available in tablet form as an antimalarial medication, is also an additive commonly used to clean fish tanks at aquariums. »

Brampton hospital, TV show actors named in lawsuit

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None of the allegations against any of the defendants have been proven in court.

William Osler spokesperson Cara Francis said patient privacy policy restricts the hospital from speaking about an individual patient case.

"What I can share is that Osler has a comprehensive process and strict policies around patient privacy. »

Coronavirus: Italian priest who gave respirator to younger patient dies of disease

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A 72-year-old priest who gave his respirator to a younger Covid-19 patient he did not know has died from coronavirus.

Father Giuseppe Berardelli, the main priest in the town of Casnigo, refused a respirator which had been bought for him by his parishioners and instead gave it to a younger patient.

He died last week in Lovere, Bergamo - one of the worst-hit cities in Italy’s ongoing coronavirus crisis. »

Bill Gates says we can’t restart the economy soon and simply “ignore that pile of bodies over in the corner”

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Gates, the country’s leading philanthropist, has been among the most active tech leaders in using his resources to try and contain the virus.

We want you to keep spending because there’s maybe a politician who thinks GDP growth is all that counts,’” Gates said in an interview with TED Tuesday.

Asked what he would do if he were president, Gates returned to his concerns about reopening the economy. »