Persistent Symptoms in Patients After Acute COVID-19 | Critical Care Medicine | JAMA | JAMA Network
‘This study found that in patients who had recovered from COVID-19, 87.4% reported persistence of at least 1 symptom, particularly fatigue and dyspnea.’ Two months after ‘recovery’! (via Megan Ranney MD, https://twitter.com/meganranney/status/1285354398265282563)
(tags: covid-19 recovery medicine fatigue health via:meganranney)
Cheap, Frequent, Quick Testing
Picture the widespread availability of a simple, cheap, at-home Covid test that produces quick results. Perhaps a strip of paper like a pregnancy test. Everyone in the country takes it daily. It would stop this virus in its tracks.An excellent summary of the Michael Mina, et al, paper (and TWiV discussion).
What It Will Take to Reopen Schools Safely | American Scientist
If we want school to reopen safely in this school year, here’s what it will take: community outbreak control, extensive changes to school operations to limit infection risk (and the money to support such changes), flexibility, and transparency — in that order.
amazing long twitter thread on school reopening
‘Sarah Cohodes on Twitter: “Ok, so no one asked me (well @mathteacherjedi sort of did) what I thought the best plan for reopening schools was. And I haven’t said anything about this, because it’s not my direct area of expertise. 1/”‘
(tags: education children kids covid-19 reopening schools teaching)