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masque anti virus, CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR OPINION NEWSLETTER  Still, if the virus gets loose in North Korea, it will be hellish. Most North Koreans are malnourished, and malnourished people have depressed immune systems. People with depressed immune systems are more likely to get the flu and more likely to be debilitated by it. What will happen to the sick? The state of North Korea’s healthcare is thought to be pretty appalling. The sick will die. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Should there be a widespread outbreak in North Korea, and if the regime admits it, civilized nations will want to pony-up international aid. That aid, quite literally, would make the difference between life and death for countless Koreans.

masque anti virus - But until we know what’s going on in North Korea, there’s really nothing we can do for them. In the meanwhile, we can best spend our effort cooperating with the rest of the world in limiting the spread of the virus. That means implementing responsible travel, testing, treatment and public health policies, as well as delivering appropriate humanitarian assistance. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE BY JAMES CARAFANO

masque anti virus, WHO gives coronavirus an official name to help avoid the stigmatization of the disease. Some Chinese nurses fighting the deadly coronavirus in Wuhan, China — the epicenter of the outbreak — have taken an extreme measure in an alleged effort to improve efficiency: shaving their heads. Head-shaving videos surfaced on social media in recent days, with state media reporting the drastic move is an effort to more quickly put on hazmat suits while working in the virus-stricken city.

masque anti virus -  MEDICS TREATING CORONAVIRUS PATIENTS SHARE TOLL ILLNESS IS TAKING “I keep the long hair for a long time, I did not even want to cut a little bit. But in order to fight against the virus, it is worth to shave all my hair,” nurse Ding Danyi, 26, told NewsFlare, according to the New York Post.  Since the outbreak began in late December, doctors and other medical professionals in Wuhan have taken to social media to show how caring for thousands of patients has impacted their own bodies. Recently, some medics shared photos of the marks and bruises left on their faces from protective gear after working round-the-clock. Other reports suggested medical workers have resorted to wearing adult diapers while working because they do not have time to use the bathroom.

masque anti virus - More than 60,000 people have been sickened globally while 1,370 have died, according to Thursday estimates. While the majority of illnesses have occurred in China, there have been 15 confirmed cases of the novel virus in the U.S., the most recent of which was reported in Texas on Thursday. SIGN UP FOR THE FOX HEALTH NEWSLETTER  Fourteen other cases have been reported across the country, the first of which occurred in a Washington State man who has since been released from the hospital. Other cases have been confirmed in California, Wisconsin, Arizona, Massachusetts, and Illinois. No deaths have been reported in the U.S., and the large majority of cases still remain in China.