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Scientists Build Machine That Keeps Human Livers Functioning outside of the Body for 1 Week – Interesting Engineering

Researchers in Zurich have built a machine that regenerates human livers to their full function outside of a body, moreover, it can keep the organ alive for one whole week.

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Tight enforcement for Vic virus lockdown – Australian Associated Press

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Residents in Victoria’s coronavirus hot spots have been told to abide by travel restrictions even if they leave their suburbs ahead of tighter lockdowns.

On the day before more than 30 suburbs head into localised lockdowns, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on Wednesday urged residents to stay home to avoid fines.

Conceding the targeted lockdown raised many questions, Mr Andrews urged Victorians from hot spots to stay put, even if they left the suburbs for…



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World virus cases hit 10.48m, 509,980 dead – Australian Associated Press

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More than 10.48 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 509,980​ have died, according to a Reuters tally.

Infections have been reported in more than 210 countries and territories since the first cases were identified in China last December.

The US has the highest death toll with more than 126,000 Americans dying from the virus.

New US COVID-19 cases increased by more than 47,000 on Tuesday, the biggest…



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WA tackles virus-induced surgery backlog – Australian Associated Press

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A big backlog in elective surgery in Western Australia could return to pre-coronavirus levels next year with the state government spending $36 million on an operations blitz.

The extra funding will allow about 5800 more elective procedures to be conducted by the end of this year and may involve “twilight” and weekend surgery.

“For many West Australians, this will significantly improve their quality of life,” Premier Mark McGowan told reporters on…



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