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Coronavirus can lead to kidney damage. Why?

The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. passed 40,000 late Sunday, according to NBC News’ tally, and there are nearly 760,000 confirmed cases as of Monday evening.While some governors pushed back on the Trump administration’s claims that states are conducting a “sufficient” level of coronavirus testing, other governors were eager to reopen businesses in their…

Coronavirus can lead to kidney damage. Why?

The coronavirus death toll in the U.S. passed 40,000 late Sunday, according to NBC News’ tally, and there are almost 760,000 confirmed cases since Monday night.

While some governors pushed back on the Trump administration’s claims that states are carrying out a “adequate” level of coronavirus screening, other governors aspired to resume organisations in their states despite testing levels.

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Gov. Brian Kemp revealed strategies to resume numerous services in Georgia this Friday, April 24, and Gov. Costs Lee said a “huge majority” of services in Tennessee would resume by the end of next week.

Meanwhile, the federal firm that supervises retirement home revealed new transparency steps needing the disclosure of coronavirus cases to patients’ households and public health officials.

Here’s what to understand about the coronavirus, plus a timeline of the most vital moments:

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