YeyoThe narrative is beginning to shift.
"researchers [...] found that washing hands more than 10 times daily was 55 percent effective in stopping virus transmission, while wearing a mask was actually more effective — at about 68 percent." #Masks4All
Imagine being stuck on a plane which has found itself in trouble. The captain tells everyone there is engine failure and he’s going to attempt an emergency landing. You all adopt the brace position and get ready for the worst and… the guy sitting...
We need 130k tests a day 🐇Interesting blog post. Argues that 2010s culture wars were mainly a product of the ennui of a leisure class enriched by a devil's alliance with China.
I'm not sure what I think about this thesis, but it's something to think about.
The president was aware of the danger from the coronavirus – but a lack of leadership has created an emergency of epic proportions
Paul Graham"Within a week of its first confirmed case, South Korea’s disease control agency had summoned 20 private companies to the medical equivalent of a war-planning summit and told them to develop a test for the virus at lightning speed."
Over 500,000 new rapid COVID-19 testing kits, that are said to provide test results for patients in just 15-minutes, are set to be rolled out across Australia from next week. At the moment, tests can take a number of days to provide answers on...
Nicholas A. ChristakisNew Rapid COVID-19 Tests That Provide Results In 15-Minutes Are Being Rolled Out Next Week.
Faster than I expected. Good. Now do the USA.
A 17-year-old boy in Los Angeles County who became the first teen believed to have died from complications with covid-19 in the U.S. was denied treatment at an urgent care clinic because he didn’t have health insurance, according to R. Rex Parris,...
NPR interviewed four residents of Wuhan who contracted the virus, recovered — but then had a re-test that turned positive. What does that mean for China's recovery from COVID-19?
NPRSome Wuhan residents who previously tested positive for coronavirus and then recovered are now testing positive for a second time.
Officials are trying to figure out what that means for diagnostic tools and efforts to stop the spread.
Emily Feng 冯哲芸2 Wuhan frontline doctors got sick. Then they got better. Now they've tested positive again for the coronavirus. @NPR talked to them and 2 asymptomatic Wuhan residents. Their cases suggest our grasp of the outbreak in Wuhan is shaky.