I take it seriously. I don’t think a nice chunk of you do 🤨🤨😒😒
The US has performed its first double lung transplant for lung damage caused by #COVID19. The recipient is a 20 yr old woman. She remains on a ventilator at this time. The damage inflicted by #SARSCoV2 is stunning. Via @nytimes https://t.co/SrJG56VOlR pic.twitter.com/sAAB0Z8V4W
— Tatiana Prowell, MD (@tmprowell) June 11, 2020
Like I said…
That’s all the energy that I have.
The imperative for policymakers isn't shutdown vs no shutdown; it's securing public confidence and safety. There'll be no recovery as long as people remain worried about their safety; and it'll only come with measures that control spread and empower people to protect their health https://t.co/kMW8HF41O5
— Scott Gottlieb, MD (@ScottGottliebMD) June 14, 2020
Today half of US states have moved to red = trending poorly.
These 5 are the most concerning.
Arizona's positive test rate now >18%, South Carolina >13%
Yesterday's summary belowhttps://t.co/F6UpiyFoLt pic.twitter.com/5p1RDKA6wI
— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) June 13, 2020
If you look to positivity rate in testing, you can also detect countries or states which aren't testing a lot (and hence don't report many #COVID19 cases).
— GHoeberX (@ghoeberx) June 13, 2020
“Where is it going to end?" Dr. Fauci asked. "We’re still at the beginning of really understanding.” https://t.co/01yWmZqZkw
— NYT Health (@NYTHealth) June 13, 2020
Terrific interpretation of the latest @CDCgov #Covid19 numbers from former CDC director @DrTomFrieden.
It's not gone, please. Magical thinking isn't a forcefield we can throw around ourselves. https://t.co/1q4wmyRArx
— Helen Branswell (@HelenBranswell) June 13, 2020
your blood thick as hell. Or that you may have to be on oxygen for the rest of your life. COVID is designed to kill. It is a highly intelligent virus and it attacks everything. We will run out of resources if we don’t continue to flatten the curve.
— Cherie Antoinette (@sheriantoinette) June 14, 2020