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The NHS is “breaking in front of us” as people fail to obey lockdown rules, and hospitals may soon be too short of staff to keep their patients safe, a leading doctor has warned. Dr Zudin Puthucheary, council member of the Intensive Care Society and a critical care consultant, told Sky News he was “scared …

“At this point 70 percent of the patients I see are either COVID positive or COVID rule out.” PHOENIX — On Christmas Day, the Arizona Department of Public Health reported more than 6,600 new cases of COVID-19 and 115 additional deaths.    More than 8,400 Arizonans have died from coronavirus-related illnesses since the start of …

LONDON — Pope Francis on Friday called on nations to share coronavirus vaccines and spoke of the economic and social toll the pandemic was taking, as Christians worldwide celebrated a Christmas Day like no other. “May the Son of God renew in political and government leaders a spirit of international cooperation, starting with health care, …

The news will likely only compound already escalating concerns about the scale and scope of the data breach, which CISA said Thursday “poses a grave risk” to networks across both the public and private sector. “CISA has determined that this threat poses a grave risk to the Federal Government and state, local, tribal, and territorial …

The EU will threaten on Tuesday to break up Big Tech companies if they repeatedly engage in anti-competitive behaviour. The warning comes as Brussels publishes its drafts of two major new pieces of tech regulation. A Digital Markets Act will aim to tackle unfair competition in the sector, and a Digital Services Act will force …

Doctors are studying the impact of Covid-19 on pregnant women and their unborn babies in Singapore, where an infant delivered by an infected mother earlier this month had antibodies against the virus but did not carry the disease. The ongoing study among the city-state’s public hospitals adds to international efforts to better understand whether the …

TICONDEROGA, N.Y. (WCAX) – Health experts want you to stay safe if you choose to go out shopping this Black Friday. The Essex County, New York Health Department says holiday shopping in crowded stores is a higher risk activity that can lead to increased spread of COVID. Holiday shopping in crowded stores is a higher …

CLOSE If you can’t visit family due to the COVID-19 pandemic, host a virtual Thanksgiving dinner instead. USA TODAY The president and CEO of the Lee Health hospital system is urging Southwest Floridian’s to forgo “traditional” Thanksgiving celebrations this year to avoid unnecessarily exposing friends and relatives to COVID-19. Cases of the novel coronavirus have been increasing in …

Technology companies’ services could be banned from the European market if they do not follow European Union regulations, Europe’s industry chief Thierry Breton told German weekly Welt am Sonntag, as the European Commission finalises rules on internet companies. Breton will announce new draft rules known as the Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act …

FBI Agents warned Wednesday, October 27, that a major ransomware assault is underway against American hospitals, some of which have already been attacked by a gang of cybercriminals. Ransomware is an increasing threat to US healthcare and has already cost hospitals tens of millions in recent years. A typical attack encrypts important data, such as …