Before a camping and kayaking trip along the Texas Coast, Pam LeBlanc and Jimmy Harvey decided to get coronavirus tests. They wanted a bit more peace of mind before spending 13 days in close quarters along with three friends. The two got drive-through tests at Austin Emergency Center in Austin.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom told CNBC on Monday the coronavirus tracking website he helped build is showing concerning levels of spread in many states across the U.S. Epidemiologists use something called an R0, or R naught, as a way to measure how a virus is spreading.
Scammers continue to capitalize on coronavirus misinformation by offering fake antibody tests, the FBI warned, which could be used to steal personal information
Científicos de la Universidad de California de San Francisco tomaron imágenes microscópicas de células humanas infectadas por el virus SARS-CoV-2, en donde brota espigas en forma de tentáculo conocidas como filopodia
Oltre a quella sanitaria, inizia a frasi sentire sempre di più la crisi economica causata dal coronavirus. E i contraccolpi più evidenti li subisce il turismo
Covid-19 is an unusual combination of supply and demand shocks. These shocks propagate through supply chains, causing different sectors to become demand-constrained or supply-constrained. This column uses a disaggregated Keynesian model to identify the shocks, classify the sectors, and draw implications for policy.
ECONOMIA Pubblicato il: 29/06/2020 11:02 In Italia si contano più di 10 milioni di turisti italiani e stranieri in meno nel mese di giugno con un impatto drammatico su economia ed occupazione per il settore della vacanza Made in Italy in cui operano 612mila imprese con 2,7 milioni di lavoratori.
Chris Van Gorder says he’s seeing a telling trend in the hospitals he runs.
La OMS afirma que, a pesar de los progresos en muchos países, la expansión del virus se está acelerando
No evidence exists to support taking vitamin D supplements to prevent Covid-19, UK public health experts have found. A rapid review of evidence into claims that the so-called sunshine vitamin could reduce the risk of coronavirus was launched amid concerns about the disproportionate number of black, Asian and minority ethnic people contracting and dying from the disease.