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COVID Outbreaks Accompany Campus Re-Openings
By the end of fall semester, over 20 percent of students at 30 schools had contracted the highly contagious SARS-CoV-2 virus.
When researchers tested consumer and medical masks, clear winners emerged. Bandanas were not among them.
An Established Vaccine Shows COVID Potential
A common tuberculosis vaccine is one possible and somewhat unexpected tool in the fight to control COVID-19.
Celebrate the Holidays at Home
With COVID-19 infections soaring, the CDC is asking us all to stay home. Here are ways to make the holiday festive and safe.
New COVID Strain Associated with Mink in Denmark
The SARS-CoV-2 mutation seen in Danish mink seems to have emanated from humans, but transmission now goes both ways.
Using Cell Phone Data to Track COVID's Spread
A computer model that tracks cell phone usage is enabling scientists to predict the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and the risk of reopening.
Travel on Thanksgiving? Pass the COVID
The urge to be together with loved ones on holidays has helped fuel the spread of COVID-19. Here's how some are weighing the options.
High Percentage of Grocery Workers COVID-Positive, Asymptomatic
Grocery store workers are among the unsung heroes of the pandemic and.face high rates of infection. They are also often COVID-19 carriers.
Fitness Monitors Can Track COVID, Too
Activity trackers and the health data they gather can help catch coronavirus infections early and reduce their spread.
It is projected that if everyone wore a mask, COVID deaths could be cut dramatically. Check out the numbers and keep yours on.
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