For Vice Michael Osterholm wears a cloth mask when he goes outside. He supports their use and believes they may help slow the spread of tide of the coronavirus. But his organization, the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, or CIDRAP, has dealt with a deluge of hate mail […]Read More
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Suicide among healthcare workers is, sadly, not a new phenomenon.
Doctors and nurses treating the coronavirus are increasingly worried about their deteriorating mental health and unsure who to talk to about it. “I think about COVID during sex,” one doctor said.
For The Daily Beast
A growing crowd of experts say coronavirus can spread via aerosols, or viral particles produced by talking, breathing, singing, and even exercise.
“There’s just something to be said for close contact and human proximity.”
Health care professionals fear they’re being put at risk and set up for failure during one of the most critical fights in the city’s history.
“You think, ‘If 20 seconds is good, then 40 seconds is better.’ It’s a slippery slope.”
for Healthline By now, it’s become extremely clear that the best way to contain the COVID-19 pandemic is for all of us to practice physical distancing and stay home. While cases of COVID-19 are still in all 50 states, states with early shelter-in-place orders have been able to “flatten the curve” more effectively than those that haven’t. […]Read More