Physicians and scientists have known since the very beginning of this awful pandemic, that coronavirus is not an indiscriminate killer. ... Let's be honest. Viruses like coronavirus, once they are out there on the loose, rarely get eradicated.
O’Connell said. “With the frequency of co-occurring medical and psychiatric vulnerabilities in our homeless population, we knew coronavirus would be a very devastating disease for our folks.”.
When the whole coronavirus crisis started to escalate in the United States in April, there could not have been a more unified cry from the health care frontlines—we need personal ... The risk to medical workers of coronavirus exposure has been
I predict that our collective political affliction will long outlast the coronavirus plague. ... Recently, a patient replied that has not received one. I asked what his concerns were and he firmly responded that he would never get vaccinated against the
Most people who die at home with Covid don't get coronavirus testing and so won't be counted as Covid deaths. ... And like that influenza outbreak, we are far from being done with coronavirus in June of 2020. .
adults had received at least one dose of coronavirus vaccine. About 16% had received both vaccine doses.
The CARE is currently working on how to best perform outreach to the community with respect to educating our patients about the coronavirus vaccine.
3 observations from my week working on a COVID-19 floor. I've spent the last week working on the coronavirus unit of a Boston-area hospital, treating almost exclusively ... I've lost count of the number of times I've called the wife at home to update her
How doctors should communicate over the phone during COVID-19. The coronavirus crisis has turned the world of health care on its head in so many different ways.
coronavirus was sequenced, with phase III trials under way by July 2020.