Left Menu
Development News Edition

U.S. to issue guidance for Americans recovering from coronavirus

Reuters | Washington DC | Updated: 26-03-2020 23:36 IST | Created: 26-03-2020 23:13 IST
U.S. to issue guidance for Americans recovering from coronavirus

The U.S. government will soon set guidelines to help Americans who recover from a coronavirus infection determine when its safe to return to regular life, the government's top infectious diseases expert said on Thursday.

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci, speaking in an interview with basketball star Stephen Curry on Instagram, said an increasing number of ill Americans meant that determining a return to health based on medical tests would not always be feasible and that guidance was needed.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News.



Ayurveda for COVID 19: Professionals owe the responsibility to protect it from quacks and fake news

Indian Ayurveda professionals are lagging behind their foreign counterparts in handling quacks and protecting credentials of the Ayurveda at the time of COVID 19 pandemic. The professionals of Ayurveda cannot abjure the responsibility to co...

Education post-coronavirus: Schools to rush for more digitalization

Digital education would undoubtedly boom in the post-coronavirus world, supported by educational institutions that have discovered its efficiency during the crisis, but it is still not expected to outshine traditional classroom learning....

Public health care post-COVID 19 to go for revamping, not rebooting

Until now, the economies used to classify healthcare sector under social expenditure. However, the devastation caused by COVID 19 pandemic has upgraded public healthcare on topmost priority and core economic activity for controlling future ...

Coronavirus lockdowns to speed up long-pending revamping of supply chains

With millions of production lines impacted, business disruptions to some extent are unavoidable and the lessons learned from this turbulence will leave an everlasting impact on both global and local levels of supply chains....


Latest News

Meet Aham! Your New Virtual Assistant Providing Information on COVID-19 in 7 Indian Languages

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India Business Wire India In these concerning times, ever wondered you had a diligent buddy with authentic and relevant information about COVID-19 Well, thats Aham for you. Here is a virtual assistant helping you wit...

World Bank says about 11 mn could be driven into poverty in E Asia and Pacific

About 11 million people could be driven into poverty in East Asia and the Pacific as a result of the coronavirus pandemic that has impacted over 780,000 people and killed more than 37,000 globally, the World Bank has warned. The Washington-...

Rugby-Australian union cuts 75% of staff due to coronavirus

The Australian rugby union has stood down 75 of its staff to cut costs and forecast a loss of A120 million 74 million in revenue if the coronavirus wipes out Super Rugby and the Wallabies test schedule for the entire 2020 season. The staff ...

Some UK police might have gone too far on coronavirus - minister

The British police have done a good job in the coronavirus crisis though there may be some individual instances of some officers going a little too far in enforcing a lockdown, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said on Tuesday.The police are...

Give Feedback