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Opinion | Why the Pandemic Probably Started in a Lab, in 5 Key Points
Opinion | Why the Pandemic Probably Started in a Lab, in 5 Key Points
Dr. Chan is a molecular biologist at the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard, and a co-author of “Viral: The Search for the Origin of Covid-19.”
Dr. Chan is a molecular biologist at the Broad Institute of M.I.T. and Harvard, and a co-author of “Viral: The Search for the Origin of Covid-19.”
·nytimes.com·
Opinion | Why the Pandemic Probably Started in a Lab, in 5 Key Points
N95 Masks Nearly Perfect at Blocking COVID, UMD Study Shows
N95 Masks Nearly Perfect at Blocking COVID, UMD Study Shows

N95 Masks Nearly Perfect at Blocking COVID, UMD Study Shows

Researchers Found Even Lower-Performing Masks Were Protective

N95 Masks Nearly Perfect at Blocking COVID, UMD Study Shows
·today.umd.edu·
N95 Masks Nearly Perfect at Blocking COVID, UMD Study Shows
More than a quarter of people with Covid infection develop Long Covid, new research reveals
More than a quarter of people with Covid infection develop Long Covid, new research reveals
“A new study carried out by researchers at the University of York suggests 28% of people who catch COVID-19 will go on to suffer from Long Covid.”
new study carried out by researchers at the University of York suggests 28% of people who catch COVID-19 will go on to suffer from Long Covid.
·york.ac.uk·
More than a quarter of people with Covid infection develop Long Covid, new research reveals
SARS-CoV-2 is more stable in air containing high levels of CO2, typical of poorly ventilated indoor spaces. This means it lasts longer and is more likely to infect people. Even a moderate rise in CO2 results in a significant increase in the risk of disease transmission. 1/
SARS-CoV-2 is more stable in air containing high levels of CO2, typical of poorly ventilated indoor spaces. This means it lasts longer and is more likely to infect people. Even a moderate rise in CO2 results in a significant increase in the risk of disease transmission. 1/
“SARS-CoV-2 is more stable in air containing high levels of CO2, typical of poorly ventilated indoor spaces. This means it lasts longer and is more likely to infect people. Even a moderate rise in CO2 results in a significant increase in the risk of disease transmission. 1/“
·x.com·
SARS-CoV-2 is more stable in air containing high levels of CO2, typical of poorly ventilated indoor spaces. This means it lasts longer and is more likely to infect people. Even a moderate rise in CO2 results in a significant increase in the risk of disease transmission. 1/
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“At the 6-month time point, patients who reported multiple COVID-19 infections were more likely to report shortness of breath at rest, difficulty breathing, GI symptoms, headache, and myalgia.” “We also found that 61.8% of patients with multiple infections and 49.6% of patients with only one infection reported the presence of any pulmonary symptoms”

·atsjournals.org·
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