The 10 riddles of the coronavirus

The 10 riddles of the coronavirus

Since its appearance, the coronavirus responsible for Covid-19 has been the subject of an avalanche of scientific studies and research. More than 50,000 articles have already appeared in medical journals in just four months. Whole battalions of scientists, researchers and doctors from all countries are totally focused on the issue.

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Coronavirus: France unequally affected

Public Health France makes available indicators for monitoring the COVID-19 epidemic by department, in order to follow the day-to-day evolution of hospitalisations in our regions and monitor the intensity of the epidemic. UP' offers you the graphs of Public Health France, revealing a national epidemic with variable geography. From

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Treatment Race: BCG really?

Race for treatments: BCG, really?

Epidemiological studies suggest that the world's oldest vaccine, the BCG used against tuberculosis, may reduce the risk of coronavirus infection as well as the risk of severe forms of Covid-19 disease. Professor Camille Locht, director of INSERM research at the Pasteur Institute in Lille, France, is the author of this study.

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COVID-19: The Children's Issue

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the statistics have been consistent: the vast majority of children and young people under the age of 18 are either spared the disease or develop asymptomatic or mild forms. As the pandemic increases around the world,

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The peak of the epidemic would have passed in Italy. The path to the recession?

The peak of the epidemic would have passed in Italy. The path to the recession?

According to Jean-François Toussaint, professor of physiology at the University of Paris, the epidemic peak would have occurred on Saturday in Italy. The curve of acceleration of the daily number of new deaths and the curve of acceleration of the daily number of deaths indicate a very clear inflection. Taking into account the respective evolution of the Italian curves

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