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Vincent Lee 12h
Reuters: AUSTRALIA'S NSW PREMIER SAYS BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTEST PLANNED FOR SYDNEY TOO LARGE TO GO AHEAD, SEEKING INJUNCTION IN SUPREME COURT TO STOP PROTEST
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Charles Ornstein Jun 3
Worrying trend: ICUs across the country are pretty full. In 10 states, plus DC, more than 70% of beds in ICUs are occupied, per . (The darker the purple color, the higher the occupancy rate.) In Maryland, 96% of ICU beds are occupied. Source:
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Theresa Boyle Jun 3
Blood vessel attack could trigger coronavirus’ fatal ‘second phase’
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TIPS: The IP Strategy 17h
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Florian Krammer 13h
Exactly. I would feel much much better if the US and Europe would have at least one inactivated and one live attenuated approach too.
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Jody Lanard MD 17h
Since May 18 I have been trying to get experts interested in the question: is there any association between sickle cell trait and severity of COVID-19? Because if so, this would be actionable (add such people to list of more vulnerable persons). 1/4
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Dr. Tom Frieden 18h
Lack of trust in government undermines epidemic control. It means that people don’t go to get tested It means when they're sick they don’t seek care It means they don't provide contacts if called It means they're less likely to take public health advice.
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Lucy D’Agostino McGowan 18h
WOW this is disconcerting. Props to , , & others who were vocal about this. Definitely begs the question: should we be requiring an independent review of all data before publication? How can we make open data a reality?
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delthia ricks 🔬 18h
2nd NY-based study to find acute kidney injury in patients. 78% of patients admitted to New York-Presbyterian/Columbia Univ Med Center had acute kidney injury as a direct result of COVID infection. A Northwell Health study had similar findings
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The head of the C.D.C. told lawmakers that the country needs up to 100,000 contact tracers by September.
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Eric Feigl-Ding 19h
WHAT A MESS- “Lancet on Thursday retracted an influential study that raised alarms about the safety of the experimental Covid-19 treatments chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine amid scrutiny of the data underlying the paper”. 🔥
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New infections around the world are topping 100,000 a day -
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Brianna Ehley 20h
. apologized to Congress for his agency's "inadequate" report on racial disparities amid the coronavirus pandemic. Says CDC "didn't have the data needed" but will start requiring all lab tests to include race, ethnicity, age and zip code
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Saad B. Omer Jun 3
The U.S. has never vaccinated its adult population in the numbers needed for COVID-19 herd immunity. Therefore, there's a need for a national COVID-19 vaccine plan -Now.
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Crystal Watson, DrPH 23h
Baltimore residents, if you want to help your community and are looking for employment in this difficult time of , consider becoming a contact tracer.
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*Walter Bloomberg Jun 4
U.S. EMPLOYERS HAVE ANNOUNCED NEARLY 1 MILLION JOB CUTS DUE TO PANDEMIC -- CHALLENGER GRAY
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*Walter Bloomberg Jun 4
ECB EXPANDS PANDEMIC EMERGENCY PURCHASE PROGRAM BY EUR600 BILLION
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Jordan Tenenbaum 23h
DATA...DATA...DATA...DATA
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Dr. Theresa Tam 23h
To date, labs across 🇨🇦 have tested 1,787,446 people for , w\ an average ~5% positive overall. Based on the last seven days, an average of ~29,000 people have been tested daily (w\ ~3% +ve) as continues to .
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