Pittsburgh hospital officials say coronavirus infections are declining
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Doctors at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) said Thursday that the coronavirus appears to be declining both in virulence and infection rate. “The virus may be changing,” Dr. Donald Yealy said Thursday during a news conference. “Some patterns suggest the potency is diminished.” Yealy said UPMC has successfully treated more than 500 patients

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