Should a health worker who contracted coronavirus while working on the front line of the health system get preferential treatment if care is being rationed?
If a large proportion of a population adopt behaviors that reduce transmissibility, epidemics can be prevented or at least greatly limited.
Though this closure is not necessary from a public health point of view, public health recognizes schools act out of extra special caution to protect children.
Pandemic a question of ‘when’ not ‘if’. New data from China buttress fears about high coronavirus fatality rate. Shortages, confusion complicate preparations
The trial will test the safety and efficacy of the antiviral drug remdesivir in patients hospitalized at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
Virus has infected over 79,000 people globally. Rapid spread raises fears of global pandemic. US readies for COVID-2019 pandemic, school and business closures.
Vaccine design looks simple on paper, but making it work all the way to human use is a whole other story.
The short answer: Probably not.
School districts across the U.S., particularly those with large Asian American populations, have scrambled to respond to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus
Fear has played a particularly vital role in coverage of the coronavirus outbreak.
There is growing concern that novel coronavirus might be the next pandemic virus, spreading around the world and possibly reaching the U.S. in weeks to months.
The UW MetaCenter for Pandemic Disease Preparedness and Global Health Security will hold a forum next Wednesday on Coronavirus. It’s open to the public but seating is limited
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Whatever airlines do, viruses will always catch a lift on aircraft. This doesn’t mean these interventions have no benefit, but it is likely to be modest.