By Maria Nicola, Niamh O’Neill, Catrin Sohrabi, Mehdi Khan, Maliha Agha, and Riaz Agha • Published 2020 Apr 11 Elsevier Public Health Emergency Collection COVID-19 has now been declared a pandemic. To date, COVID-19 has affected over 2.5 million people worldwide, resulting in over 170,000 reported deaths. Numerous preventative strategies and non-pharmaceutical interventions have
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By Michael A. Johansson, PhD ; Talia M. Quandelacy, PhD, MPH ; Sarah Kada, PhD ; et al • Published January 7, 2021 JAMA NETWORK Question What proportion of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) spread is associated with transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) from persons with no symptoms? Findings In this decision analytical model assessing multiple scenarios for
By Xuejing Yu, Dongchuan Ran, Jinhui Wang, Yuan Qin, Ruishan Liu, Xueli Shi, Yiping Wang, Chang Xie, Jia Jiang, and Jianzhong Zhou • Published 2020 Jul 23 Genes & Diseases Superspreaders are critical infectious resources in multiple infectious diseases. They can be asymptomatic or present mild symptoms but can
Super-spreading occurs when a single patient infects a disproportionate number of contacts. The 2015 MERS-CoV, 2003 SARS-CoV, and to a lesser extent 2014–15 Ebola virus outbreaks were driven by super-spreaders.
By Jennifer Millman • Published April 13, 2021 NBC NEW YORK Health officials say they are looking into whether the Washington Heights variant causes a higher risk of reinfection by other variants or is more resistant to vaccines, but they know it’s more contagious More contagious variants are keeping
By Holly Ellyatt CNBC Published MAR 30 2021 Mutations of the coronavirus could render current vaccines ineffective within a year, according to a survey of experts in 28 countries. Of those surveyed, almost a third gave a time frame of nine months or less. Fewer than 1
By William A. Haseltine Forbes Published Apr 11, 2021 The novel mRNA vaccines of Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech are among the most effective of all the developed vaccines at preventing infection and disease. For that, we are all grateful. But even the best vaccines fail to protect some
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