The next coming months will be full of new updates on coronavirus spread. Patients who have been hospitalized with severe COVID-19 are breathing for weeks with the help of a mechanical ventilator. Many of them are likely to be affected by the long-term effects of the virus and the emergency treatments that allow them to…
The scientists report that for the first time, one of the many manufactured COVID-19 vaccine has protected an animal, rhesus macaques, from infection by the novel coronavirus.
Health officials are considering blood plasma from coronavirus survivors could help decrease the severity of the infection, and maybe it could be a possible treatment for COVID-19.
Empty shells of the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, may help clarify how well the virus stands up to humidity, heat, and other environmental changes.
Fears over coronavirus are raising doubts about the Chances of postponing or canceling the biggest sporting event on the planet, the Olympics.
Italian authorities have announced sweeping closures in the country’s north as they scramble to contain Europe’s biggest outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
The spread of the new coronavirus has intensified around the world, with the number of cases more than doubling to 433 in South Korea.
Here’s a summary of what we know about the coronavirus outbreak so far on Monday. More information will be published soon.
News reports and health officials have reported widely varied estimates of death rates for this outbreak. Schaffner cautions that calculating those numbers in a fast-moving outbreak is difficult.