The CDC’s updated guidance indicating a reduced risk of transmission from surfaces compared to respiratory transmission, plus a Korean study of an outbreak at a call center indicating little transmission from surfaces. What is the takeaway from this?
New studies indicating how the virus amplifies inflammation while reducing interferon, and how this could provide a method of treatment in the future.
Denmark reopened their primary schools over a month ago, how are they doing?
Estimating the number of active infections in key US states and worldwide as reopening begins.
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Articles and studies cited on the show
- Report 23 – State-level tracking of COVID-19 in the United States
- COVID-19 Projections Using Machine Learning
- 15% of state’s total COVID-19 tests were actually antibody test, investigation finds
- Missouri changes COVID-19 testing reports, separates antibody and viral tests
- Kansas City metro sees biggest jump in new COVID-19 cases in two weeks with 77
- Missouri COVID-19 Dashboard
- Fast in, first out: Denmark leads lockdown exit
- Split classes, outdoor lessons: what Denmark can teach England about reopening schools after Covid-19
- Virus ‘does not spread easily’ from contaminated surfaces or animals, revised CDC website states
- Coronavirus: How Will We Ever Be Safe Inside?
- Coronavirus Disease Outbreak in Call Center, South Korea
- Did Japan Just Beat the Virus Without Lockdowns or Mass Testing?
- ‘It’s something I have never seen’: How the Covid-19 virus hijacks cells
- SARS-CoV-2 is sensitive to type I interferon pretreatment