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How could wearing a mask help build immunity to COVID-19? It’s all about the viral dose – The Conversation AU

Wearing face masks may allow a tiny number of viral particles to slip through, possibly allowing our body to gain some sort of immunity.

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People infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can spread the virus when they speak, sing, cough, sneeze or even just breathe. Scientists think face masks help limit virus spread by protecting everyone else from the infected wearer. As a result, face maks are now mandatory in many cities, states and countries to limit the spread of COVID-19.
People typically wear surgical, cloth or other face coverings that dont completely prevent the virus from infecting the wearer, though m…

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NSW records no new community transmission for third consecutive day – 9News

New South Wales has recorded no new locally transmitted cases of COVID-19 in NSW for third day in row.

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Auto News: Beat the price rises: currency pressure poised to push up the cost of cars in 2020 – caradvice.com.au

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MS lifeline as drug that can slow disease listed – Chinchilla News

Patients who develop the second progressive stage of Multiple Sclerosis will only have to pay $41 for a drug that helps slow down the disease.

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Patients living with multiple sclerosis have been granted a lifeline with the federal government listing a drug that can help slow down the progression of the disease.
The move will mean all patients who might benefit from “Mayzent” will only have to pay $41 per script rather than the estimated $25,000 yearly cost.
Multiple sclerosis, known as MS, is the most commonly acquired neurological disease in younger adults with more than 25,600 Australians living with the condition.
The average age of diagnosis…

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Rush for results could lead to inferior Covid vaccine, say scientists – The Guardian

Push to roll out injections may see elderly miss out on effective coronavirus inoculations

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Scientists have warned that early adoption of a Covid vaccine with only moderate effectiveness could disrupt efforts to test and create improved versions. Immunising against the disease is not going to be a simple business of turning off the virus once the first vaccine appears, they say. In fact, there could be considerable confusion as researchers struggle to pinpoint the best versions for different vulnerable groups, such as the elderly.
The vaccines coming through fastest are the most experimental….

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