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Anjalee Khemlani
Senior Reporter | Coronavirus Covid-19 SARS-Cov-2 | health care, diversity | insatiably curious |No endorsements anjalee.khemlani@yahoofinance
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"The American way has brought me everything I have. But, today, I can see so clearly that this is not everyone’s experience."
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Gilead's remdesivir gets conditonal authorization as covid-19 treatment in Europe.
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Yahoo Finance Jul 2
TX mandates face coverings amid surge; more GOP officials back masks by
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Yahoo Finance Jul 2
Highlight: “The adoption of virtual care is good for the health care system overall,” CEO says. “More players in the market improve competition, but it also improves the overall acceptance” of virtual health care.
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Anjalee Khemlani Jul 2
"We have 50 states going in 50 different directions" -
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Anjalee Khemlani Jul 2
Welp, this won't work for me. Can't smell anyway.
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Jeannie Baumann Jul 2
CDC will lead the distribution of a Covid-19 vaccine with the logistical capabilities of DOD, says. follows up with: Has DOD done a mass distribution like this before? Redfield defers to DOD.
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Yahoo Finance Jul 2
Highlight: "At this point in time, we should be on the other side of this crisis," Harvard Prof. says about coronavirus. "A large reason for that is because we still don't have a national coordinated [plan] to tackle this pandemic."
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Anjalee Khemlani Jul 1
Great find. This is why the FDA said 50%.
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Charles Ornstein Jul 1
At Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital in Houston, the medical staff ran out of both space for new coronavirus patients and remdesivir to treat them. A dozen COVID-19 patients who were in need of intensive care were stuck in the emergency room. Our story:
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Yahoo Finance Jul 1
Coronavirus update: Pfizer spurs new hope in vaccine race as NYC pulls back on dining plans by
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Atul Gawande Jul 1
.: “Our numerical estimates are that cumulative cases grow 17.3% per week w/o a mask mandate but only 7.3% with a mask mandate, and that cumulative fatalities grow 29% per week w/o a mask mandate but only 16% with a mask mandate.”
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Anjalee Khemlani Jul 1
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Natalie E. Dean, PhD Jun 30
Japan didn’t need to hire large teams of contact tracers. They were already in place. Nurses at their public health centers routinely contact community residents to provide health education and services (check on newborns, advise the elderly).
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Anjalee Khemlani Jun 30
This. Had to explain all day:
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Anjalee Khemlani Jun 30
💯 I'm looking through March/April notes more often these days. Many relevant quotes.
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Yahoo Finance Jun 30
Coronavirus update: Travel restrictions fly as Fauci issues grim warning on casualties by
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Damon Darlin✒️ Jun 30
More than 4,100 COVID-related complaints about health care facilities have poured into OSHA. At least 35 health care workers died. Yet the agency quietly closed almost all of those complaints. None led to a citation or a fine.
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Jeannie Baumann Jun 30
When we shut down as a nation, in reality only about 50 percent of the nation shut down, Fauci says. In Europe it was about 90 percent.
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