SVETL, The life generator, a Bio-Informational technology by Nicolai Levashov and RSTS.


Three students died running in masks at school, The Beijing News reported.

Several education bureaus in China are rethinking COVID-19 control policies after three students died running in masks at school, The Beijing News reported Friday. Bureaus in the eastern city of Xiamen, the southern province of Hainan, and the central city of Changsha have issued notices that either discourage schools from requiring students to [...] Read more

Blood clotting a significant cause of death in patients with COVID-19

A study led by clinician scientists at RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences has found that Irish patients admitted to hospital with severe COVID-19 infection are experiencing abnormal blood clotting that contributes to death in some patients. ... "Our novel findings demonstrate that COVID-19 is associated with a unique type of blood [...] Read more

Mathematical models suggest the next wave of the epidemic to begin around November

In November of this year, the second wave of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic can begin in the world, which will be much weaker. This was stated by the director of the infectious diseases department of Huashan Hospital in Shanghai, the head of the expert group for the treatment of COVID-19 Zhang Wenhong, reports Sina Monday, April 13th. “We [...] Read more

Congo marks sombre Easter while battling COVID-19 and Ebola

Congo marked the Easter holiday by bracing to battle both COVID-19 and a continuing outbreak of Ebola, after a second death from that disease was announced in eastern Congo Sunday. “While not welcome news, this is an event we [...] Read more

World Faces ‘Gravest Test’ since Founding of United Nations, Secretary-General Tells Security Council, Calling for Unity to Address COVID-19 Pandemic

While the COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a health crisis, its implications are much more far-reaching. We are already seeing its ruinous social and economic impacts, as Governments around the world struggle to find the most effective responses to rising unemployment and the economic downturn. But, the pandemic also poses a significant [...] Read more

Uninsured Americans could be facing nearly $75,000 in medical bills if hospitalized for coronavirus

Those who are hospitalized with coronavirus can expect to pay anywhere from $42,486 to $74,310 if they are uninsured or if they receive care that’s deemed out-of-network by their insurance company, according to recent analysis by independent nonprofit FAIR Health. For those with insurance who are using in-network providers, out-of-pocket costs [...] Read more

Studies suggest the coronavirus ‘belt’ is found around the 40th line of latitude north

Studies suggest that ‘hotspots’ for virus that causes Covid-19 are found between the 30 to 50 degree lines of latitude north. The coronavirus pandemic that has infected more than 125,000 people around the world is concentrated in a “corridor” across the northern hemisphere, researchers said, as more studies focused on how temperature and humidity [...] Read more

WHO. Emergencies Chief: Face masks could do more harm than good

GENEVA (AP) -- The World Health Organization is citing "some evidence" that wearing face masks - if used improperly - could actually do more harm than good in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus. WHO emergencies chief Dr. Michael Ryan said he was unaware of a move by officials in Austria to require people to wear face masks when they [...] Read more

WHO. Director-General's opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19 - 25 March 2020

To slow the spread of COVID-19, many countries have introduced unprecedented measures, at significant social and economic cost – closing schools and businesses, cancelling sporting events and asking people to stay home and stay safe. We understand that these countries are now trying to assess when and how they will be able to ease these measures. [...] Read more

Is diarrhea a coronavirus symptom? Yes, and it could show up before respiratory issues.

Digestive problems are common in coronavirus patients, and they could show up before more respiratory symptoms typically associated with the virus, a new study says. Researchers found digestive symptoms, including diarrhea, to be the primary complaint by nearly half the people in the hospital for COVID-19, according to the study published this [...] Read more

Coronavirus may cause testicular damage, male infertility, research finds

The novel coronavirus may cause testicular damage and male infertility, Chinese experts found, suggesting infected men who want to have children or maintain the quality of their sex life take tests for semen quality and hormone levels. For those with a history of COVID-19 infection, especially men with fertility needs, it is best to carry out [...] Read more

Coronavirus: ‘recovered’ patient dies as China reports discharged cases falling ill again

A 36-year-old man has died of respiratory failure in Wuhan, five days after being discharged from one of the makeshift hospitals built to contain the outbreak, according to a report by Shanghai-based news portal The Paper. The report, which was later removed, said Li Liang had been admitted to the hospital – built to treat patients with mild and [...] Read more

Beijing hospital confirms nervous system infections by novel coronavirus.

A Chinese doctor has warned the novel coronavirus can attack a person's central nervous system as gene sequencing at Beijing Ditan Hospital has found coronavirus in the cerebrospinal fluid of a 56-year-old confirmed COVID-19 patient with encephalitis, which provides evidence that COVID-19 can invade patients' nervous systems, just like SARS and [...] Read more