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Sunday May 3rd, 2020 morning edition

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Coronavirus: Scientists conclude people cannot be infected twice A total of 277 patients in the country were believed to have fallen ill for a second time, as had patients in China and Japan.

Image: Scientists in South Korea say coronavirus patients cannot relapse.

A number of reported cases of coronavirus patients relapsing after overcoming the disease were actually due to testing failures, South Korean scientists say.

Researchers at the South Korean centre for disease control and prevention (CDC) now say it is impossible for the COVID-19 virus to reactivate in human bodies.

There have been more than 10,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in South Korea, with 245 deaths - a 2.3% fatality rate, which is lower than the 3.4% average as stated by the World Health Organisation.

This prompted concerns that the virus could be mutating so quickly that people were not necessarily immune to catching it again.

In the future it could be possible that the coronavirus mutates and infects people who have previously overcome it, similarly to the flu. »

Report: Man caught camping on Disney’s Discovery Island says it was ‘tropical paradise'

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida man is facing trespassing charges after security found him camping on Walt Disney World’s Discovery Island, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

Orange County deputies searched for McGuire on foot, by helicopter, and by boat before finally making contact with him, according to an arrest report.

Discovery Island, which was a zoological attraction before Disney’s Animal Kingdom park opened, has been closed since 1999. »

Judge dismisses US women's national soccer team's equal pay claims

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(CNN) The US women's national team's fight for equality suffered a major blow Friday, as a federal judge rejected the players' claims that they were paid less than the men's national team.

Claims by the players of unequal working conditions based on travel conditions, specifically charter flights and hotel accommodations, and support services, specifically medical and training support, can still go to trial.

The USWNT originally filed a lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation in March 2019 , with 28 members of the team listed as plaintiffs. »