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a current pandemic of Coronavirus =} the current pandemic of the Coronavirus

Prononciation du mot "China"

today consequences of this pandemic were hugs??? because most people were in containment=} Today the consequences of this pandemic are huge because most people are in containment

Prononciation du mot "huge"

most of scientifs research a vaccine =} most scientists are looking for a vaccine

To beginning we talk about… =} To begin we'll talk about…

then we expose the challenge =} then w'll present the challenge

Prononciation du mot "confirmed"

this land has take large restrictions…. =} this country has imposed lots of restrictions…

the OMS has decrete 112 countries.. =} the WHO has declared 112 countries….

150,000 humans are contaminate =} 150,000 people are contaminated

today this number were in expansion because more… =} Today this number is increasing because more…

more and more people dee =} prononciation du mot die

This pandemic touch in priority old people =} This pandemic affects in priority old people

launched on Wednesday March 25 2020 =} March 25th , 2020

this challenge is to students…. =} this challenge is addressed to students

challenge enables to students to…. =} challenge enables students to…..

students give on Launchpad =} students must join Launchpad

in this platform many teams are create =} On this platform, many teams are created

this teams can … help scientifics =} These teams can be … help _scientists__

students can beneficiate research =} students can benefit from research

many ideas were in development =} many ideas are being developed**

prononciation du mot idea

Today most tests were affect =} Today most of the tests have been carried out

to stop the propagation of this virus =} to stop the spread of this virus


Assez bien dans l'ensemble, bien présenté mais il y a trop d'erreurs !

Et voici le texte : Join the Fight Against COVID-19


Join the Fight Against COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the recent outbreak of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) a pandemic, spanning 112 countries and infecting over 150,000 people. As scientists and public health experts rush to find solutions to contain the spread, much still remains unknown about COVID-19.

As the world races to contain the virus, existing and emerging technologies are proving to be valuable. In fact, governments and health care facilities have increasingly turned to technology to help manage the outbreak. In China, where the first confirmed case of COVID-19 was reported, the government has launched several initiatives to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and data science into the healthcare system to track and contain the outbreak.

The rapid spread of COVID-19 has sparked alarm worldwide. Many countries are grappling with the rise in confirmed cases. It is urgent and crucial for us to discover ways to use technology to contain the outbreak and manage future public health emergencies.

The Challenge

In this six (6) week innovation challenge students ages 13-17 from around the world will have the opportunity to form virtual teams to develop technology-based solutions to slow the spread of COVID-19.

How It Works

The challenge begins on Wednesday, March 25th, 2020, when the challenge statement is released. To participate and have access to the challenge question, you must first sign up!

Once signed up, participants will be invited to join Launchpad, an online collaboration platform where participants from around the world can form teams and work together to design and present ideas that can be deployed in response to COVID-19.

During the six-week challenge, participants will have access to a series of curated learning resources and expert AMA sessions that aim to prepare and inspire solvers. Participants will also have the opportunity to connect with experts that are available on Launchpad.

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Voici quelques "exemples" d'erreurs et leurs corrections

was publish =} was published

July 25 =} July 25th

This text deal with =} deals

oyster contaminate =} comtaminated

Prononciation de certains mots comme "died", "oyster", "weak", "fever", "blood", "health", "question"

as the first step we speak about consequences of flesh bacteria=} In the first part we'll speak about the consequences of flesh bacteria

Then we talk about with this bacteria is present and prevention to avoid this infection =} Then we'll talk about where this bacteria is present and also about the prevention to avoid this infection

Firstly, the old Florida man dying on July 10 =} Firstly, the old Florida man died on July 10th

The July 8, je eats raw oysters =} On July 8th, he ate raw oysters

This bacteria cause the die of this man because his immune system is weak =} These bacteria caused the death of this man because his immune system was weak

80 million people =} 80,000 (thousand) people

and this infection cause the death =} causes death

In fact in Florida the last year 49 reports cause and 11 deaths with this bacteria =} in Florida last year, 49 cases were reported and there were 11 deaths from this bacteria

is a better condition to the development of Vibrio =} are the right conditions for the development of Vibrio

to avoid eat shellfish or oysters =} to avoid eating shellfish or oysters

the contaminationto Vibrio cause 80 hundred sick persons =} the contamination by Vibrio causes 80 thousand -OK, OK! sick persons

this bacteria developing =} These bacteria develop in warm water

This bacteria are very dangerous =} These bacteria are very dangerous

In France, laws exist to stop this type of tragedy We have not so alimentation to avoid this aliment infection =} mal dit. Je n'ai pas compris cette phrase Alimentation = food,

this tests =} these tests

is published =} was published

July 25 =} July 25th

tests are performed =} are carried out

if tests can be made on each.. =} can be done on each…


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A Florida man died after consuming raw oysters tainted with Vibrio Vulnificus.

By Leada Gore |||erogl

A 71-year-old Florida man died after eating raw oysters contaminated with a flesh eating bacteria.

The man ate oysters contaminated with Vibrio Vulnificus on July 8 and died two days later, the Florida Department of Public Health said. The names of the man and the restaurant where he ate were not released.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 80,000 people become sick with vibriosis each year in the U.S. and 100 people die from their infection.

Vibrio illness symptoms may include diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, chills, fever, shock, skin lesions and breakdown and wound infections. Vibrio is fatal in about half of the cases in which it enters the bloodstream, a condition typically seen in those with a compromised immune system.

According to the Florida Department of Public Health, there have been 16 reported cases of vibrio so far this year, with three deaths. There were 49 reported cases last year with 11 deaths.

Vibrio bacteria is found in warm waters, such as a bay or the Gulf of Mexico, and in contaminated seafood. Anyone with compromised immune systems, cancer, diabetes, liver disease and other chronic conditions should avoid eating raw or undercooked shellfish, especially oysters, health officials advise. They should also avoid entering the water if they have an open wound.

Number of words 250 Present the above text and then answer these 2 questions:

1) What laws/regulations apply in France exist to stop this type of tragedy?

2) In your field (domaine), do any type of tests have to be carried out on oysters and if so, how often? Why is this testing important?

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