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UW Virology 12h
After testing nearly 9000 specimens from Seattle city collection sites, we have finally found 2 positives - one fluA and one fluB. For perspective, 10.7% of yesterday's samples were positive for . The same precautions can help protect from either.
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Medical Xpress Nov 25
New study explains important cause of fatal
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UW Virology Nov 26
monitors random specimens from Seattle city testing sites for . We've tested 6256 samples for flu in November - with NO positives. But lots of COVID out there (7.3% positive on 11/25), so stay vigilant! Our COVID dashboard:
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UHMBTOccHealth Nov 30
To book your influenza vaccination contact the Occupational Health & Wellbeing Service on 42290. Visit our new Share Point page to find out more about our influenza walkabout, drop in & appointment clinics
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Shengjie Lai Dec 2
Our two recent studies on serological evidence of human infection with avian A and viruses that have pandemic potential, published in and Journal of Infectious disease
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Chris Fearne Nov 25
2nd batch of vaccine (another 100,000) starts arriving in Malta this evening. Free vaccination resumes from Centers from this Sunday.
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Scientific Reports Nov 29
Freely access our Collection, which brings together research on the Influenza virus and its effect across the globe.
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Annual Reviews Dec 2
“The environmental drivers of outbreaks are largely unknown.” Download the review to learn about the factors that dictate severity and spread of the from Sooryanarain and Elankumaran:
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VT State Archives Nov 25
Replying to @BrattReformer
On December 26, 1918, following two weeks of rising cases, Brattleboro School Board votes not to reopen schools following the Christmas break "owing to the prevalence of among pupils." 39/39 (Source: , Dec. 27, 1918)
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André Picard Nov 27
The flu vaccine has been around since 1942. It hasn't eradicated the flu, but it has lessened the burden of the virus, by via
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Thomas Figueroa Dec 1
Proud to announce that I start a new adventure today at as project manager focused on RNA viruses (BSL-2/3) If you want develop new viral tools or antiviral compounds, feel free to contact me! and others!
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WHO/Europe Nov 27
Don’t bring home with you. By getting vaccinated you can protect yourself & your family from .
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Dong-Hun Lee Nov 30
We're very excited to be presenting at the 2020 Virtual . "Evolution of Mexican-lineage avian (H5N2) viruses in Dominican Republic, 2007-2019" will be presented by David Chung, a Ph.D. student in my lab.
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Mamoona Chaudhry Dec 3
Live bird market and wild birds at the same place!
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Dr. Shetal AO 👩‍🔬👩‍🏫 Dec 2
Like a terrifying version of 'identify the pattern' 😬
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ATS G&G Section Dec 2
Distinct inflammatory profiles distinguish COVID-19 from influenza with limited contributions from cytokine storm
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Soldiers Memorial Military Museum Nov 25
Despite the influenza shutdown order, St. Louisans flooded the streets on Nov. 11, 1918, in celebration of the end of World War I. The next day, 22 saloonkeepers were arrested for violating the influenza closing order by staying open.
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Outbreak Science Nov 27
Update: Evidence of the effectiveness of travel-related measures during the early phase of the COVID- 19 pandemic: a rapid systematic review read/write/request review
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Mammoth Biosciences Dec 1
In our "Infectious Disease Spotlight" series, we shine a light on with huge global impacts. We hope advances wrought by the research community's focus on will lead to new solutions for these diseases as well. Today, .
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PeerView Nov 25
Popular! Check out our useful Practice Aids from our recently released activity titled "Reducing the Burden of Influenza on Children: An Exploration of Novel and Emerging Antiviral Therapy."
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