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06/05/2020 - How the new virus spread and mutated worldwide
SARS-Cov-2 arrived in the UK and other countries through multiple carriers, according to a major genetic analysis unveiled today. More

06/05/2020 - UK has highest concern over Covid-19
International surveys show more people in the UK are worried about Covid-19 than in other populations, according to a new analyis. More

05/05/2020 - Antibody blocks infection of SARS-CoV-2 in cultured cells
Scientists have identified a fully human monoclonal antibody that prevents the SARS-CoV-2 virus from infecting cultured cells, it was announced last night. More

04/05/2020 - Immune system clues to virus care
Immune suppressants might play a role in the early treatment of Covid-19, one expert has suggested amid several studies highlighting the body's over-reaction to the virus. More

30/04/2020 - Anti-Ebola drug and antibody show promise
The anti-Ebola drug remdesivir has shown major promise in a global clinical trial involved Covid-19 patients, it was announced last night. More

29/04/2020 - Hope for Covid-19 inflammation therapy
Scientists are working on a new nanoparticle treatment for septic shock and uncontrolled inflammation that might help Covid-19 care. More

27/04/2020 - Blood plasma collection stepped up in therapy hope
Up to 10,000 units of blood plasma a week could be collected in the UK if it proves a successful therapy for the Covid-19 virus, it has been announced. More

24/04/2020 - Two nose cells likely Covid-19 entry points
Two specific cell types in the nose have been identified as likely initial infection points for Covid-19, according to a study published last night. More

22/04/2020 - Covid-19 antiviral drug trial unsuccessful - but vaccine trials launched
British doctors are to begin clinical trials of a vaccine against Covid-19 infection tomorrow – as trials of antiviral medicines continued to prove disappointing. More

21/04/2020 - Decoy protein could halt Covid-19
Scientists are developing decoy proteins that bind and trap the coronavirus to stop it infecting cells, it has been announced. More

21/04/2020 - German and UK parents most anti-vaccinations
One in 30 parents in Germany and the UK are anti-vaccinations regardless of which disease they are for, according to a new study. More

20/04/2020 - AI to aid Covid-19 planning
Trials have begun of a system that will use machine learning to help predict the demand for ICU beds and ventilators during the pandemic. More

17/04/2020 - Could overactive immune cells contribute to Covid-19 deaths?
Medical researchers from across the globe are investigating if overactive immune cells that produce Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) cause the most severe Covid-19 cases. More

16/04/2020 - Trials target care for critically ill Covid-19 patients
Two UK universities have embarked on a major clinical trial to study alternatives to ventilator care for patients critically ill with Covid-19. More

16/04/2020 - Pandemic set to worsen in Americas
The Covid-19 pandemic is yet to hit the Americas with "full force," a senior health official warned yesterday as the USA continued to report record numbers of deaths. More

14/04/2020 - Backing for remdesivir and other breaking virus news
The anti-Ebola drug remdesivir is "highly effective" at halting the action of SARS-Cov-2 virus, according to new laboratory research. More

14/04/2020 - Alarm at increase in diabetes emergencies
Parents should be careful not to blame childhood illness on Covid-19 if there are signs of conditions such as diabetes, campaigners warned today. More

10/04/2020 - 'Hit and run' features of coronavirus camouflage revealed
Fundamental features of the SARS-CoV-2 virus have been revealed for the first time by UK and USA scientists, it has been claimed. More

10/04/2020 - Alarm as heart patients go untreated
Hundreds of heart attacks may have gone untreated over the last month as the public heeded calls to stay away from emergency departments, according to new data. More

09/04/2020 - Europe's virus battle "extremely fragile"
Progress in fighting the Covid-19 virus is "extremely fragile", the World Health Organisation's European director warned yesterday. More

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