Day: October 1, 2020

The Latest: Mexico virus data may not be available for years

Mexico City – Mexico’s top coronavirus official said Sunday that definitive data on the country’s death toll from COVID-19 won’t be available for “a couple of years.”

The statement by Assistant Health Secretary Hugo López-Gatell is likely to revive debate about Mexico’s death toll, currently at 76,430, the fourth-highest in the world.

“When will the final statistics on deaths from COVID-19 be ready? Certainly, a couple of years after the first year of the pandemic,” López-Gatell said, adding that work would be left to the country’s statistics institute.

Officials have acknowledged in the past that the figure is a significant undercount, because it includes only those who died after a positive test result, almost always at a hospital. Mexico does very little testing, and many people die without a test.

But the Mexican government has avoided adjusting its death toll upward to account for people who died at home or

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St. Louis-based PLNK fitness studio expanding

“Expanding into new markets has been a goal for a long time and we are confident we’re taking all the necessary measures and steps to move forward”

ST. LOUIS — St. Louis-based Pilates studio PLNK is expanding outside the metro area with fitness studios to open later this year and 2021.

Founder Brooke Meek will open PLNK in Omaha, Nebraska, on Oct. 3 and Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Oct. 10. More fitness studios are slated to open in Memphis; Des Monies, Iowa; and northwest Arkansas in 2021.

The new studios will employ 8-10 instructors and 10-15 part-time support staff. The Omaha studio will have 2,200 square feet with 12 Lagree Method Megaformer machines, private bathrooms and a kids area while Tulsa will have 2,400 square feet with 14 Megaformer machines, private bathrooms and a kids area.

“We chose markets with similar demographics as St. Louis,” said Meek, adding that PLNK (pronounced

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Electroceuticals / Bioelectric Medicine Market Size, Share and Growth Factors with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by 2027

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Sep 21, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
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Dentist Kallangur, Prevent Dental Suite voted top 3 in category “The Best Dentist in Brisbane” – Press Release

Prevent Dental Suite is an affordable family dentist located in Kallangur North Brisbane. Due to their high quality of dental services the Three Best Rated, designated them as one of the top 3 in the category “The Best Dentist in Brisbane”.

Three Best Rated is a business recommendation site that selects what are considered to be the three best businesses within a category, such as dentists, for a given city. They select businesses based on several categories including reviews, pricing, value, trust, general excellence, and more.

“Whether it’s a nervous patient or a new patient, everyone feels relaxed after seeing us, and they visit us again and again,” said Prevent Dental Suite’s Principal Dentist, Dr Shilpa Gupta. With many years of clinical experience and exceptional skills, Dr Shilpa also loves dentistry and enjoys helping patients of all ages. She is very gentle and friendly in nature. She dedicates long hours

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Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital discusses COVID-19 in virtual town hall

During a virtual community town hall presented from Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital on Thursday, Sept. 10, the hospital’s CEO and two of its physicians discussed the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chris Siebenaler, regional senior vice president and CEO; Dr. Sarfraz Aly, infectious diseases physician; and Kabir Rezvankhoo, critical care and emergency medicine physician, each offered insight into how the pandemic has played out across the nation, Texas, Fort Bend County and Houston Methodist hospitals.

Siebenaler said he had worked closely with Aly and Rezvankhoo to manage the pandemic’s impact at the hospital and keep the community healthy. He said Texas has experienced high case volumes, but the death rates have been less than expected. Nationally, he said of around 330 million people in the United States, there have been around 189,000 deaths from COVID-19.

“I highlight that because while there are things that we’re doing, washing our hands, potentially wearing a

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