Resuming health services during the Covid-19 pandemic: what can the NHS learn from other countries?, Nuffield Trust
This briefing looks at the approaches other countries around the world have taken in dealing with the pandemic. It considers what might be learnt from the approaches used internationally, and how long it might take to fully recover.
The start of the new school year is already proving that there is no one way to reopen schools during the Covid-19 pandemic and returning to classes does not mean anything close to returning to normal.
THE CORONAVIRUS that caused the global pandemic is believed to have originated from bats. Can pets get the illness? According to one woman, her pet pooch did.
Recent updates: 4th August 2020 - updated to reflect the extension of self-isolation from 7 to 10 days. 30th July 2020 - updated link to information on local restrictions.
Australia’s hot spot Victoria state has announced a new record 725 COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths, as businesses in Melbourne city prepare to draw down their shutters as new pandemic restrictions are enforced
Publication date: October 2020Source: Journal of Psychiatric Research, Volume 129Author(s): Yunus Hacimusalar, Aybeniz Civan Kahve, Alisan Burak Yasar, Mehmet Sinan Aydin
Critical media reporting about Operation Warp Speed, the federal government's effort to speed development of drugs, vaccines and other measures to fight the coronavirus pandemic, is distracting people working on the project, its chief adviser says.
CONCLUSION Many resident physicians around NYC have been affected by COVID-19 through direct infection, quarantine, or redeployment. Lack of access to testing and concern regarding suboptimal PPE are common among residency programs. Infection risk may differ by specialty.FUNDING National Eye Institute Core Grant P30EY019007; Research to Prevent Blindness Unrestricted Grant; Parker Family Chair; University of Pennsylvania.
This study highlights resident physician experiences of the first COVID-19 wave that can inform and improve preparedness for upcoming COVID-19 surges and other future epidemics.
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Health experts say the coronavirus pandemic might disrupt another disease: a rare paralyzing illness that has been hitting U.S. children for the past decade.