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The Inflated Promise of Genomic Medicine- COVID-19 has laid bare the need to reconsider the hope and money we invest in genetics research.
E Parens, Scientific American Blog, June 1, 2020

The Inflated Promise of Genomic Medicine- COVID-19 has laid bare the need to reconsider the hope and money we invest in genetics research. E Parens, Scientific American Blog, June 1, 2020 null Genomic Medicine Genomic Medicine Recalibration is not abandonment. In the midst of the crisis, genetics-based research tools offer some rare opportunities for optimism. They make it possible to track the spread of the virus and to test for the presence of the virus in individuals, and they may help to create a vaccine that will protect the health of all of us.

Physical distancing, face masks, and eye protection to prevent person-to-person transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis
DK Chu et al, The Lancet, June 1, 2020

Physical distancing, face masks, and eye protection to prevent person-to-person transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: a systematic review and meta-analysis DK Chu et al, The Lancet, June 1, 2020 null Coronavirus Coronavirus COVID-19 The findings support physical distancing of 1 m or more and provide quantitative estimates for models and contact tracing to inform policy. Optimum use of face masks, respirators, and eye protection in public and health-care settings should be informed by these findings and contextual factors.

A precision public health approach to preventing the next COVID-19 surge: it’s time to talk about surveillance
M Matone blog, The Incidental Economist, May 2020

A precision public health approach to preventing the next COVID-19 surge: it’s time to talk about surveillance M Matone blog, The Incidental Economist, May 2020 null Coronavirus Coronavirus COVID-19 We propose a contrasting approach that includes a number of synchronous activities: An enhanced surveillance model featuring syndromic and participatory methods, prioritized testing for high-risk populations, and community-level quarantine protocols.

Better patient identification could help fight the coronavirus
B Mocovich et al NPJ Digital Medicine, June 1, 2020

Better patient identification could help fight the coronavirus B Mocovich et al NPJ Digital Medicine, June 1, 2020 null Coronavirus Coronavirus COVID-19 Public health relies on information from hospitals, clinics, laboratories, and other sources that indicate whether, when, and where individuals have tested positive. The sharing of more data and use of standards—reflect near-term opportunities that government and health-care organizations can implement to respond to the current pandemic and prepare for future ones.


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Real time monitoring of COVID−19 outbreak using mobility trend data for Tokyo and Osaka, Japan
J Kurita et al, MEDRXIV, May 1, 2020

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Implication of SARS-CoV-2 evolution in the sensitivity of RT-qPCR diagnostic assays.
Osório Nuno Sampaio et al. The Lancet. Infectious diseases 2020 May

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Wastewater surveillance for population-wide Covid-19: The present and future.
Daughton Christian G et al. The Science of the total environment 2020 May 139631

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NIH-halted study unveils its massive analysis of bat coronaviruses
Kupferschmidt K, Cohen J. Science, Jun 1, 2020.


Just Stop the Superspreading-In our study, 20 percent of Covid-19 cases accounted for 80 percent of transmissions.
DC Adam, et al, NY Times, June 2, 2020

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Mutations strengthened SARS-CoV-2 infectivity
J Chen et al, ARXIV, May 27, 2020

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Pediatric COVID-19 in Southern California: clinical features and viral genetic diversity
U Pandey et al. MEDRXIV, June 1, 2020

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Airborne Spread of SARS-CoV-2 and a Potential Role for Air Disinfection
EA Nardell et al, JAMA< June 1, 2020

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SARS-CoV-2 and Guillain-Barré syndrome: AIDP variant with favorable outcome.
Lascano Agustina M, et al. European journal of neurology 2020 6 0.

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Virtual Screening-Driven Drug Discovery of SARS-CoV2 Enzyme Inhibitors Targeting Viral Attachment, Replication, Post-Translational Modification and Host Immunity Evasion Infection Mechanisms.
Quimque Mark Tristan J, et al. Journal of biomolecular structure & dynamics 2020 6 0. 1-23

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