Coronavirus is about 0.08 micrometers across. The weaves a typical cloth face cloth has gaps about 1,000 times bigger. Still a homemade mask can help.
Middle-aged Americans have worse health than their English counterparts—and the difference in health between rich and poor is much larger in the U.S.
Face masks are now required in any indoor setting outside of your home (not just public buildings).
We’re all tired of fighting this virus. But, we’re losing our momentum in our battle with COVID-19. This means more restrictions on businesses and gatherings.
Socioeconomic and demographic variables, especially education, income, and race, were strongly associated with life expectancy, the study found.
Rollbacks will affect weddings and funerals, restaurants, bars, and fitness and entertainment centers. Face covering requirements to expand.
Hospital fundraising provides critical resources, but a new study looks to ensure it’s done effectively and ethically.
Disinformation is often camouflaged in facts and advanced by innocent and often well-meaning individuals.
The recommendation for remote learning is a shift from the district’s previous hybrid plan that included in-person/in-school learning and remote learning.
If there’s one state where you don’t want a pandemic, it’s Florida: it’s an international crossroads, a magnet retirees, and its population is older and sicker.
As the COVID-19 pandemic battered large, metropolitan areas this spring, rural hospitals prepared to be next on the frontlines.
Energetic waves of ultraviolet light, known as germicidal UV, or GUV, when delivered at the right dose can wipe out viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms.
The infection–fatality rate of 0.58% is far lower than some estimates, but is nearly six times higher than the seasonal flu which has a death rate of 0.1%.
People are often surprised to learn that states would likely have the legal right to make vaccines mandatory.
Mapping the COVID-19 ‘family tree’