April 13, 2020
Marshall News Messenger
From 11 April
The Washington Post attempts to track and map the first 1000 C-19 cases in the US
Reopening economy by May 1 may be unrealistic, say experts, including some in administration
USE OF BLOOD THINNERS AND “CLOT BUSTERS” is being tried in various places.
Already, many hospitals are attempting preventive doses of blood thinners to keep clots from forming. There’s huge debate over what kind to try, what dose is safe — the drugs can cause dangerous bleeding — and how soon to start.****In New York, Poor was going a step further with a drug named tPA that doesn’t prevent clots — it breaks them up.
2nd Carthage senior facility reports positive COVID-19 case; Gregg County adds 2
From the Washington Post Monday:
A sailor assigned to a CORONAVIRUS-STRICKEN SHIP has died of covid-19 complications, the Navy said Monday. There have been at least 585 confirmed infections among the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, whose commander was removed after raising alarm about the Navy’s handling of the outbreak.
JUDGE CHAD SIMS ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/harrisoncountyjudge/
We are sad to report our second death in Harrison County related to the COVID-19 virus. Please join me in remembering this family in your prayers.
NET HEALTH DISTRICT STATS FOR 11 APRIL:
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