The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of GautamBuddha Nagar, Dr Deepak Ohri reacted over the incident where a PPE kit was found outside district hospital. "Doctors and staff dispose PPE kit inside hospital..
Atleast 21 people, who had returned back in Haryana's Panchkula from the United States of America has tested positive of coronavirus infection. Total 73 people had arrived from the US on May 19. Chief..
Deputy chief medical officer for England Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said a newly approved antibody test will be "rapidly rolled out in the days and weeks to come as soon as it is practical to do so"...
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NHS bosses have urged the public to download the new contact-tracing app to help to ease lockdown measures and save lives. The smartphone app begins testing on the Isle of Wight this week as a new part..
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Britain has a very long way to go in its attempt to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer for England, said at the government's daily coronavirus briefing on..
A Charlie Martin-founded physician network has a new top executive. Humana Inc. Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr. Worthe Holt Jr. has been named CEO of Nashville-based Wellvana Health, according to a.. bizjournals - Published
Watch VideoBiotech company Gilead Sciences released testing results Monday that show certain COVID-19 patients improved after receiving the drug remdesivir.
Nearly 600 hospitalized patients who.. Newsy - Published
England's deputy chief medical officer said the COVID-19 rules were clear and applied to all when he was asked about the prime minister's most senior adviser, Dominic Cummings, who made a lengthy.. Reuters - Published
Britain is facing a “very dangerous moment” with the easing of lockdown restrictions, the deputy chief medical officer has said after a growing number of experts questioned the relaxation of rules. Belfast Telegraph - Published
Britain is at a very dangerous moment as it starts to ease some of its lockdown measures, England's deputy chief medical officer said on Saturday, warning that people would need to follow the.. Reuters - Published
In the daily briefing Mr Johnson, alongside Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty and Chief Science Officer Sir Patrick Vallance, said the lockdown would be eased from Monday Staffordshire Newsletter - Published Also reported by •The Sentinel Stoke •Leek Post and Times
Ireland may next week speed up the reopening of its economy if coronavirus infections remain low, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday, though its chief medical officer said he was likely to.. Reuters - Published
Former Wales and Manchester United midfielder Robbie Savage put a question to Secretary of State Matt Hancock and Chief Medical Officer for England Chris Whitty on Thursday as part of the UK.. Daily Star - Published
Listening to the Chief Medical Officer for NI Dr Michael McBride and the Health Minister Robin Swann yesterday, one could be forgiven for thinking that there was no crisis in care homes over the.. Belfast Telegraph - Published
As the NFL prepares for the eventual return of football activities and the start of a season amid the coronavirus pandemic, its chief medical officer is focused on responding properly when some players.. Reuters - Published
The UK must be prepared for a second wave of Covid-19 in autumn and winter as it is not yet known if the virus has the same “seasonality” as the flu, England’s deputy chief medical officer.. Belfast Telegraph - Published
Conditions in autumn and winter may provide an evironment in which the spread of the coronavirus picks up again, England's deputy chief medical officer said on Monday, warning the country may have to.. Reuters - Published
Britain will begin using an antibody test for COVID-19 in coming days, focusing its use on health workers and carers, England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van-Tam said on Thursday. Reuters - Published
Northern Ireland's most senior doctor has said he believes infected staff were more likely to have caused Covid-19 outbreaks in care homes than the admission of new residents during the pandemic. Belfast Telegraph - Published