News on vaccines continues to be very promising. Several of these vaccines are going into final stage trials known as stage III.
The biggest issue of the week continues to be the ongoing disparity in case counts between the United States and the rest of the developed world.
North and south America have become the epicenter of the pandemic. South America and Specifically Brazil appear to be the hardest hit.
A major concern this week is the resurgence in cases of COVID-19 in many states along the country’s southern tier. Very importantly, as the United States reopens its economy, it does not mean that the county is returning to where it was in March.
This pandemic cannot be looked at as a single international epidemic, but rather as a series of linked regional epidemics.
This blog post takes a look at what has actually changed about drivers of COVID-19 and clarifies some of the new updates that have been shared over the past couple of weeks.
This week’s blog post walks you through the latest developments on reopenings in the US and globally, the latest vaccine developments, and the potential for a second wave.
There has been a subtle change in guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on how the virus is transmitted. The new guidance specifically says that surface contact does not play a major role in transmitting the virus.
Total confirmed cases in the United States as of earlier this week, and since the start of this pandemic, are about 4.2 cases out of 1000 people.
Transitioning from the hammer to the dance, also known as, the period of adjusting restrictions based on the number of new infections.