Coronavirus threatens to strain our health care system, Duke leader says

Coronavirus threatens to strain our health care system, Duke leader says

Dr. Joseph Rogers, chief medical officer for the Duke University Health System, spoke with WRAL News on Wednesday about the challenges hospitals will face in the coming weeks.

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Can your dog catch coronavirus? Hong Kong health experts think pets can catch, but not transmit

Pet cats and dogs cannot pass the new coronavirus on to humans, but they can test positive for low levels of the pathogen if they catch it from their owners.
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Relief fund started for Triangle restaurant workers

The Frankie Lemmon Foundation launched the Triangle Restaurant Workers Relief Fund Wednesday.
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Hidden History: Exploring the last remaining runway of Raleigh Municipal Airport

Raleigh’s first air transportation hub opened in 1929 and closed in 1973; however, many people have no idea that one of its runways still remains right in downtown Raleigh.
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Trump honors 'Old Hickory' WWII division

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he would award the Presidential Unit Citation to the 30th Infantry Division, nicknamed the Old Hickory Division.
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Duke, UNC hospitals prepare for possible surge of coronavirus patients

A major concern of health care officials during the coronavirus outbreak is that a surge of patients will overwhelm the health care system, said Dr. Joseph Rogers, chief medical officer for the Duke University Health System.
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