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Coronavirus endangers medical professionals

Various nations across the globe have declared states of emergency, making it easier for more medical resources and professionals to be dispatched to those areas.
Healthcare workers across the world risk their lives to save others from the novel coronavirus
March 7, 2020

After battling to save his patients from the coronavirus, Dr. Peng Yinhua was fighting for his own life at the center of the disease's outbreak in Wuhan, China. After making the selfless decision to...

Cartoon: Flight COVID-19

Free mask with every plane ticket purchase.
February 23, 2020

Panic over coronavirus contributes to xenophobia

Panic over coronavirus contributes to xenophobia
February 18, 2020

A couple of days ago, I was studying with friends at their house. We were exhausted after trying to dissect a reading for the past hour, and I was ready to head home. Their mom came in to help...

Panic leads to shortage in protective medical gear

Pharmacies and other stores are quickly running out of protective medical gear, such as face masks, as panic spreads over the coronavirus outbreak.
February 18, 2020

  As Pan mentioned, stores in America such as Home Depot and also CVS are sold out of face masks. Though the average American likely does not need a face mask, they are still buying...

Outbreak affects education in infected regions

An increasing number of people are testing positive for COVID-19.
February 18, 2020

Schools in China have been shut down for two weeks in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and the government may even extend the time if they see fit. Though this has been done to preserve...

Masked from Panic

Airmen assist one another in donning their personal protective equipment, while on-board an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III during transportation isolation system training at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina. Engineered and implemented after the Ebola virus outbreak in 2014, the TIS is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with diseases like novel coronavirus.
February 18, 2020

A new strain of coronavirus (COVID-19) emerged from Wuhan, China, at the beginning of the new year. According to the CDC, the reported symptoms are varying, but common ones are...

Processing Minority Episode 3: The coronavirus’ xenophobic effects in the Bay Area

This week's episode focuses on the racism brought upon by the newest coronavirus.
February 13, 2020

The most recent worldwide epidemic: the novel coronavirus. Beyond its terrifying symptoms lies something often left out of the media: racism. In this week's episode, we discuss the underlying...

Opinion: COVID-19 has taught us gratitude

Due to the current health concerns, limited social interaction is advised. This includes family members who are considered high risk.
December 31, 1969

As I reach for the rear mirror in search of the most essential piece of cloth of 2020, I realize nothing is hanging around it. I sigh as I release my parking brake and make the journey home to retrieve...

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