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Robert Glatter said: “While I am pleased that the CDC has finally recommended that people avoid cruises for the foreseeable future, it’s unfortunate that they did not take this stance much earlier in the pandemic,” External link

healthlinenews Tuesday, December 1, 2020 2:01:00 AM CET

Robert Glatter said: “Asymptomatic spread of the virus among passengers contributed to the significant morbidity and mortality,” “Cruise ships are often referred to as ‘floating petri dishes,’ recognizing their high potential for rapid spread of infectious diseases — particularly the norovirus, but COVID-19 of late,” External link

healthlinenews Tuesday, December 1, 2020 2:01:00 AM CET

Robert Glatter said: “It’s vital to understand that the difficulty of detecting spread of infection among crew members on a ship may consequently allow the virus to continue spreading among passengers and crew alike during sequential voyages,” “We also have realized that COVID-19 can spread from ship to ship as a result of crew from a ship with an outbreak transferring to other ships for additional trips. This can facilitate rapid spread from country to country,” External link

healthlinenews Tuesday, December 1, 2020 2:01:00 AM CET

Frank Ryan aseguró: “El comportamiento humano es complejo y, en mi experiencia, la alteración endocrina a veces va acompañada de cambios de comportamiento” External link

infobae Friday, November 27, 2020 6:05:00 AM CET

Thomas Triomphe says: “With our partner GSK, we are pleased to cooperate with the UK government as well as several other countries and global organizations as part of our ongoing efforts to develop a safe and effective vaccine and make it available as quickly as possible. We greatly appreciate the UK government’s support of this shared vision,” External link

nutritioninsight Tuesday, November 24, 2020 3:26:00 PM CET

Lisa Gable says: “There are 32 million US consumers living with potentially life-threatening food allergies and the challenges they face each day have been made worse during the pandemic with many media outlets continuously highlighting issues accessing safe, trusted and allergen-free food products. We understand that COVID-19 has been an obstacle for food manufacturers too, through unanticipated shortages and supply chain disruptions to ensure products are available. However, the food allergy community relies on transparency and it is our hope that we can work together with FDA to find a solution that benefits everyone and ensures the safety of the food supply for those whose lives depend on knowing exactly what is in the products they are buying,” External link

nutritioninsight Tuesday, November 24, 2020 3:26:00 PM CET

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