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Tuesday April 7th, 2020 day edition

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Doctors and nurses will need treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder after working in harrowing conditions on wards during the coronavirus crisis, health leaders warn.

The strain on their mental and physical health is already unprecedented and the virus has not yet reached its expected peak, they say.

The increasing numbers of infections mean staff could be forced to work this way for many more weeks.

“We are used to dealing with emergencies, but we have never been exposed to this sort of demand.

We know staff are already struggling physically and mentally and that this will only continue.

“We desperately need to look at our own data to understand whether we are getting this right or not.

“Trusts are doing all they can to support staff health and wellbeing and there are well-established support systems in place. »

A zoo has been trying to get two pandas to mate for 10 years. When coronavirus shut the zoo down, the pandas finally did

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Parenthood might be around the corner for Ying Ying and Le Le, which are longtime residents of Ocean Park in Hong Kong.

Zoo officials announced Monday that after 10 years of attempts at natural mating, and "through trial and learning," the two have finally succeeded.

There are only around 1,800 giant pandas that remain in their natural habitat, according to Ocean Park. »

Effectiveness of Surgical and Cotton Masks in Blocking SARS–CoV-2: A Controlled Comparison in 4 Patients

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Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea (S.B., J.Y.K., H.C., J.J., M.K., D.K.O., S.H., S.K.).

Clinical Research Center, Asan Institute for Life Sciences, Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea (J.S.L.).

Corresponding Author: Sung-Han Kim, MD, Department of Infectious Diseases, Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea; e-mail, [email protected] »

'Tiger King' Easily Holds Longest Streak as Number One Show on Netflix

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“The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” holds the second-longest streak at 6 straight days as Netflix’s most watched show or movie, followed by “Love Is Blind” and “Spenser Confidential,” which were both in the top spot for five straight days.

“Tiger King’s” 15 days overall as the top title on Netflix is also far and away the most days spent at number one by any show or movie on the service.

It’s unclear what the nature of the new “Tiger King” episode would be — either a continuation or a reunion of the existing docuseries. »

Allstate, American Family Insurance to return $800 million in premiums because no one is driving

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(CNN) — Two insurers — Allstate and American Family Insurance — announced Monday they will give back about $800 million to their auto insurance customers because people are driving far less during the coronavirus crisis.

American Family, which only serves customers in 19 states, also said its payments would go to all of its customers.

American Family Insurance said it will give back about $50 per car that a household has insured with the company via a one-time payment. »