Monthly Archives: June 2020

COVID-19 ‘unsecured’ vaccine to be ready by early 2021

While promoting preliminary success in developing treatments for COVID-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday that “there was no guarantee” that a vaccine to prevent the coronavirus would be ready in early 2021. “There is no guarantee, and anyone who has been involved in the vaccines will tell you: We will …

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Marin asks Newsom to intervene in the San Quentin outbreak

The growing coronavirus epidemic at San Quentin State Prison is imposing taxes on local hospitals, prompting Marin County leaders to ask Governor Gavin Newsom to intervene. Katie Rice, chair of the Marin County Board of Supervisors, sent a letter to Sacramento requesting “on-site capacity building to manage the care of …

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Flying snakes? This is how snakes can glide through the air

Chrysopelea paradisi, the paradise tree snake, does just that, propelling itself through the air from trees in South and Southeast Asia. Little was known about how these snakes “fly” before a team of Virginia Tech scientists published a new research article on Monday. Experts say snakes glide through the air, …

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