Category: Tulane Outbreak Daily

Tulane Outbreak Daily – September 22, 2020

Featured Headlines Studies trace COVID-19 spread to international flights – CIDRAP Three studies published late last week describe in-flight COVID-19 transmission, with one involving a single symptomatic passenger who likely infected at least 12 others during an international flight. [Related…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – September 18, 2020

Featured Headlines These countries crushed covid-19 — but are now reporting higher infection rates than the U.S. – Washington Post Israel, Spain and France all fought the novel coronavirus into abatement in the first months of the pandemic with tough measures that…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – September 17, 2020

Featured Headlines EUROPE NEWS‘Very serious situation’ unfolding in Europe, WHO warns, as cases rise dramatically – NBC A dramatic rise in new coronavirus cases in Europe has been characterized as a “wake up call” by the World Health Organisation’s top…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – September 15, 2020

Featured Headlines Bridging the Gap at Warp Speed — Delivering Options for Preventing and Treating Covid-19 – NEJM Effective therapeutics could reduce disease severity and hospitalization rates, shorten hospital stays, and reduce mortality, lightening the burden on patients, families, and…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – September 14, 2020

Featured Headlines Treatments that target the coronavirus in the nose might help prevent COVID-19 – Science News COVID-19 can ravage the body, targeting the lungs, heart and blood vessels. To curb this wide-ranging attack, scientists are focusing on another part…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – September 10, 2020

Featured Headlines COVID-19 study links strict social distancing to much lower chance of infection – Science Daily Using public transportation, visiting a place of worship, or otherwise traveling from the home is associated with a significantly higher likelihood of testing…

Tulane Outbreak Daily – September 9, 2020

Upcoming Virtual Events Therapeutics for use against COVID-19 and possibilities for improved clinical management This conference will address the latest advances in the development of antivirals and other therapeutics for use against COVID-19 and possibilities for improved clinical management. Featured…