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Tuesday April 14th, 2020 night edition

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A sailor assigned to the coronavirus ravaged crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt has died from the virus.

The sailor had been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the U.S.

Naval Hospital Guam on April 9, 2020 and died of COVID-related complications on Monday, April 13, 2020.

The name of the sailor was being withheld until 24 hours after next-of-kin is notified.

The sailor tested positive for COVID-19 March 30, was removed from the ship and placed in an isolation house on Naval Base Guam with four other USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors.

The USS Theodore Roosevelt arrived in Guam on 27 March for a scheduled port visit for resupply and crew rest.

The USS Theodore Roosevelt, with a crew of nearly 5,000, is docked in Guam, and the Navy has said as many as 3,000 will be taken off the ship and quarantined. »

Coronavirus 10 times more deadly than swine flu, says WHO

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The Covid-19 coronavirus has proven ten times deadlier than the swine flu outbreak that spread across the globe a decade prior, the World Health Organisation has confirmed.

Now the World Health Organisation’s top official Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned the coronavirus pandemic currently gripping the planet has outstripped the fatalities caused by the H1N1 strain tenfold.

“We know that Covid-19 spreads fast and we know that it is deadly – ten times deadlier than the 2009 flu pandemic. »

Brain Wound Eliminates Man's Mental Illness

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''George was also very depressed and told his mother that his life was so wretched that he would rather die,'' Dr. Solyom related.

''She said, 'So look George, if your life is so wretched, just go and shoot yourself.'

''When he was transferred to our hospital three weeks later, he had hardly any compulsions left,'' Dr. Solyom said. »

Millennials Don’t Stand a Chance

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They make up a majority of bartenders, half of restaurant workers, and a large share of retail workers.

They are also heavily dependent on gig and contract work, which is evaporating as the consumer economy grinds to a halt.

The elderly are likely to be the most economically insulated group but are facing the most terrifying health consequences. »