RT @linseymarr: Nearly tears of joy seeing new paper in medical journal with correct analysis and interpretation of aerosol transmission: https://t.co/BpLWq2krcN See thread for summary of main points. /1
RT @VirusesImmunity: Interferons (IFNs) are potent antiviral factors produced in response to virus infections. Viruses have an arsenal of countermeasures to block IFNs. IFNs can even be harmful if they are induced too little too late. Check out our review by @annsea_park 👇🏽
RT @SteveStuWill: Some good news: New paper confirms that people who recover from COVID-19 develop immunity in the usual way, boding well for a vaccine. Also, *other* coronaviruses (i.e., some versions of the common cold) may confer some immunity to COVID-19. 👍 https://t.co/Q02UnZsUan
RT @DrSamuelBrown: This paper is a mess in my view. https://t.co/yRIvYNvloZ The propensity model has very low likelihood of capturing the indication bias, and the fidelity of the data (huge registry with important reliance on administrative codes). The huge numbers don't give new information,
RT @saifedean: New study estimates between 253,000 and 1,157,000 children will die in low and middle income countries as a result of the disruption to the health care system and reduced access to food.
If it saves just one life, we must end the lockdowns.
This is incredible. New jobless claims in NZ only 40,000. In the US 33 MILLION! Thats 0.8% of the pop compared to 10%...
In the short term a wage subsidy expensive but in the long term will save on unemployment benefits & higher tax base https://t.co/9aQHWqrZsm
RT @perrymetzger: New Zealand has ended community transmission of COVID-19. It wasn't magic, they simply behaved competently. The US has consistently wasted its opportunities to do the same thing, and thus, the crisis will not end here any time soon.