Timeline Shows 3 Paths To COVID-19 Treatment And Prevention (INFOGRAPHIC) In uncertain times, we are witnessing one of the greatest moments in the history of science. Scientists are breaking speed records in their race to develop treatments for the new coronavirus. Some are panning through old molecules hoping to find effective drugs. Global Deaths Due to Various Causes and COVID-19 Global Deaths Due to Various Causes and COVID-19 By Tony Nickonchuk on 22 Jul 2020 A Flourish data visualization Template credits JAMA 24/02/20 Characteristics of and Important Lessons From the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Outbreak in China The Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently published the largest case series to date of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in mainland China (72 314 cases, updated through February 11, 2020).1 This Viewpoint summarizes key findings from this report and discusses emerging understanding of and lessons from the COVID-19 epidemic. Epidemiologic Characteristics of the COVID-19 Outbreak Box Section Ref ID Box. Key Findings From the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention Report
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Short-term tests validate long-term estimates of climate change How sensitive is climate to atmospheric carbon dioxide levels? For a doubling of CO2 concentration from pre-industrial levels, some models predict an alarming long-term warming of more than 5 °C. But are these estimates believable? Writing in the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, Williams et al.1 have tested some of the revisions that have been made to one such model by assessing its accuracy for very short-term weather forecasts. The results are not reassuring — they support the estimates. There is little doubt, at least among those who understand the science, that climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing humans in the coming decades. SUNDERLANDECHO 18/03/20 How lessons learned from foot and mouth outbreak are helping tackle coronavirus Almost 20 years ago Britain was in the grip of a health crisis, but instead of confining thousands of people to homes and hospitals as Coronavirus has, it shut down the nation’s farms. And by the time the 2001 outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease was brought under control more than six million sheep, cattle and pigs had been slaughtered to stop its spread. Then, as now, the government faced a backlash over what was deemed by some to be sluggish response to the unfolding emergency. Sign up to our daily newsletter The i newsletter cut through the noise But one worker at the heart of the official response in the North East thinks the lessons learned at the beginning of the millennium will serve bosses well this time around.
The Prison Doors Open & You’re Released. You Have No Money Or Transportation. Now What? 6/21/15 On the day David Hudgens was released from jail for the last time, staff dropped him off at a Metro stop in suburban Northern Virginia. He didn’t have a Metro card. He didn’t have money. He had nowhere to stay. But he had to get from the Metro stop to a shelter. So he found a bus driver standing outside on his break, and confided in him that he had just been released from jail.