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We maintain news archives for the most recent 3 years.
2020: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2021 - 2020 - 2019 - 2018

April 2020 Media News

Complacency, Not Panic, Is the Real Danger. Only a small minority of people panic under threat, research shows. Far more donít take the threat seriously enough. New York Times, 03/19/2020.

How To Avoid Coronavirus? Lessons From People Whose Lives Depend On It. Given the risk COVID-19 poses for people with compromised immune systems, the government needs to stress how important it is for everyone to follow good hygiene protocols. Kaiser Health News, 03/11/2020.

To Stop Coronavirus In Its Tracks, Here’s Your Guide To 5 Degrees Of Separation. As the number of coronavirus cases grows, we’re hearing a lot about how social distancing, self-monitoring and even quarantine play into containment efforts. Kaiser Health News, 03/16/2020.

Why Losing Your Sense of Smell Could Be a Symptom of COVID-19. As more and more people around the world are becoming infected by the new coronavirus, there has been a spike in people reporting a loss of smell, and by extension taste, according to doctors. Times Healthland, 03/24/2020.

Three-pronged distancing most effective at controlling COVID-19: study. A key modeling study from Singapore has found that putting multiple social lockdowns in place will have the biggest impact on curbing COVID-19. Reuters Health, 03/24/2020.

Coronavirus and autoimmune disease: Are YOU at risk? Coronavirus is causing a great deal of anxiety, particularly for vulnerable groups of people including the elderly and those with autoimmune disease. Express Health, 03/18/2020. (Also see Autoimmunity)

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