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Tulane Outbreak Daily – January 15, 2021

Featured Headlines Coronavirus-ravaged Brazil places hopes on Chinese vaccine that works only half the time – Washington Post Containment efforts have largely failed. The coronavirus is everywhere. And President Jair Bolsonaro’s response to the hundreds of thousands of dead has…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – January 14, 2021

Featured Headlines New Variant Strain of SARS-CoV-2 Identified in Travelers from Brazil – Japan Institute of Infectious Diseases n January 6, 202, the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) of Japan detected a new variant isolate of SARS-CoV-2 from four…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – January 8, 2021

Featured Headlines Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 on mink farms between humans and mink and back to humans – Science Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is a zoonotic virus—one that spilled over from another species to infect and transmit among…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – January 6, 2021

Featured Headlines 4 Numbers That Make the Pandemic’s Massive Death Toll Sink In – The Atlantic It’s difficult to fully comprehend the magnitude of 350,000 deaths. Other metrics can be more illuminating. Over the past month, COVID-19’s death toll in…

Tulane Outbreak Daily | January 5, 2021

Featured Headlines Analysis of patient data reveals most common complications of COVID-19 – MedNewsToday Researchers have analyzed the data of more than 70,000 people with COVID-19 in the United States to confirm what the most frequently occurring complications are COVID-19…

Tulane Outbreak Daily | December 31, 2020

Featured Headlines Discovery of Virus Variant in Colorado and California Alarms Scientists – New York Times A more contagious version of the coronavirus may alter the course of the pandemic in the United States, researchers said. 25 Days that Changed…

Tulane Outbreak Daily | December 30, 2020

Featured Headlines How much coronavirus a person carries could predict how sick they’ll get – New York Times Dozens of research papers published over the past few months have found that people whose bodies were teeming with the coronavirus more often became seriously ill and were more likely to…