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Is Favilavir a Miracle Antiviral?

Pictured is an infographic developed by the FDA to explain the drug approval process.  Favilavir has not yet been approved for widespread use for COVID-19.  (US Food and Drug Administration)

Eva Baker, Reporter

April 28, 2020

Favilavir is an antiviral drug used in China and Japan to treat influenza. It was also approved for treating COVID-19 by China’s National Medical Products Administration.  But is it a short-term solution to fight COVID-19 while a vaccine is developed? Favilavir is allegedly able to go through i...

DTSD, HSS and COVID-19/Coronavirus: Regular Updates Here

COVID-19 virus is pictured in an artists rendering.  (US State Department)

Broadcaster Staff

March 12, 2020

Our goal is to provide clear information on what is going on: what to do to stay safe, how to avoid misinformation and rumors, what events have been cancelled, and more. Education updates: Keystones off, AP exams are at-home, and no online teaching from DTSD teachers By: Eva Baker and Clare Canavan To help prevent th...

China to End Term Limits for President Xi Jinping

Chinese President Xi Jinping claps while addressing the media as he introduces new members of the Politburo Standing Committee at Beijing's Great Hall of the People on October 25, 2017. On a proposal made public Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018, China's ruling Communist Party proposes removing a limit of two consecutive terms for the president and vice president. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

Kieran Hogan, World/Politics Section Editor

March 9, 2018

As China opens its annual legislature session Monday, the dominating discussion on the table will be the idea of extending President Xi Jinping’s rule. The Communist Party will propose an amendment to remove presidential term limits, which is currently set at two five year terms. The amendment, ...

Hershey High Welcomes Two New Exchange Students

Camille Heck, Reporter/Copy Editor

September 28, 2016

Leaving the family and culture they know, exchange students volunteer to be plunged into the unknown. Hershey High School has a history of exchange students. This 2016-17 school year, HHS has welcomed two new exchange students, both from faraway nations. Theo Nunes, from France, and Nancy Yijing C...

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