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Fox/ NY hunting licenses surge as COVID-19 pandemic has people seeking 'more ways to enjoy the outdoors': official
If you think a negative test result means you don't have coronavirus, you could be wrong.
It can take days before a new infection shows up on a Covid-19 test.
"We know that the incubation period for Covid-19 is up to 14 days. And before that, you can be testing negative, and have no symptoms," emergency medicine physician Dr. Leana Wen told CNN. "But you could actually be harboring the virus and be able to transmit it to others."
New York State has seen a surge in people seeking licenses for trapping and big-game hunting as they find new ways to spend their free time amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, officials said.
Ukraine registered a record increase in daily cases, with 8,899 new infections, and officials warned the country is close to disaster with hospital beds and staff shortages. "We have passed the point of no return and are on the brink of disaster," Health Minister Maksym Stepanov told lawmakers, warning, "the worst is yet to come."
At the reception of the Hotel München Palace, four rows of small golden hooks are a fitting symbol for what is currently going on there: Most of those hooks still have a room key hanging on them.