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Three Keys to Ending the Great Lockdown

On Apr 24, 2020
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Mass testing combined with AI is our best hope of managing the coronavirus and containing the economic fallout.

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On Apr 24, 2020
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Mass testing combined with AI is our best hope of managing #COVID19 and containing the economic fallout. https://t.co/jZc6oDYO6U #INSEADxAI
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Three Keys to Ending the Great Lockdown

Mass testing combined with AI is our best hope of managing the coronavirus and containing the economic fallout.

Why the UK failed to get coronavirus testing up to speed

Pursuing a controversial herd immunity strategy put the government on the back foot, says academic Paul Hunter

Coronavirus is most contagious before and during the first week of symptoms

As major efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic go into effect around the globe, researchers are figuring out just when patients are most contagious.

Big unknowns about virus complicate getting back to normal

WASHINGTON (AP) — Reopening the U.S. economy is complicated by some troubling scientific questions about the new coronavirus that go beyond the logistics of whether enough tests are ...

An at-home fingerprick blood test may help detect your exposure to coronavirus

If approved, the blood test could show if your immune system has developed coronavirus antibodies. But a positive result isn't a license to return to work.

COVID "Immunity Passports" Are a No-Go

  Authorities are caught between dealing with the competing urgencies of abating the COVID-19 health crisis and the looming threat of an economic rece | Immunology

Are many more people infected than we think?

Here is the Clive Cookson FT piece (with an irresponsible headline).  Here is the Lourenco new Oxford study, only a few pp.  Miles Kimball offers analysis and numerous references. Here is ...

Coronavirus 'Great Lockdown' will shrink global economy by 3% in 2020: IMF

The global economy is expected to shrink by 3.0% during 2020 in a stunning coronavirus-driven collapse of activity that will mark the steepest downturn since the Great Depression of the ...

U.S. Companies, Labs Rush to Produce Blood Test for Coronavirus Immunity

As the United States works overtime to screen thousands for the novel coronavirus, a new blood test offers the chance to find out who may have immunity - a potential game changer in the ...

Smoking or Vaping May Increase the Risk of a Severe Coronavirus Infection

Though few studies have investigated the connection specifically, cigarette smoke and vaping aerosol are linked to lung inflammation and lowered immune function

New Model Shows COVID More Widespread, Less Severe

A new report that uses CDC data estimates that 8.7 million people were infected during three weeks in March -- far higher than the 122,00 confirmed cases in that time period.

The COVID‐19 epidemic

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With Broad, Random Tests for Antibodies, Germany Seeks Path Out of Lockdown

It was the first large democracy to contain the spread of the coronavirus and is now the first to methodically go about reopening its economy. Others are watching.

The Challenge of Tracking COVID-19’s Stealthy Spread

As our nation looks with hope toward controlling the coronavirus 2019 disease (COVID-19) pandemic, researchers are forging ahead with efforts to develop and implement strategies to prevent ...

Antibody test could determine if a person previously had COVID-19

It’s a new tool in the fight against COVID-19.  Instead of testing if you are infected with the virus, the blood test detects whether you have already had it by measuring your antibody ...

Fear of the False Negative COVID-19 Test

Reports suggest dire impact on healthcare workforce -- and patient care -- if tests miss infectious providers

Antibodies in recovered victims’ blood may hold key to COVID-19 cure

Two companies have teamed up to collect blood samples from recovered COVID-19 patients, with the hope that antibodies produced by their immune systems can provide the key to an effective ...

The Graphic Truth: China's share of the global economy, 1990 vs now

Thirty years ago, China accounted for barely four percent of the global economy. In the years since, that has soared to nearly 20 percent. China's bid to use that economic clout in order to ...