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Mathematical modeling in the age of COVID-19

Predicting the future has always been risky but never more so than at the start of 2020. COVID-19, a disease that in January barely merited a footnote in medical journals, has, in less than a year, exploded onto all continents ...

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Study shows physical distancing slowed growth of COVID-19 in US

Between March 10 and March 25, 2020, all 50 states and the District of Columbia enacted at least one statewide physical distancing measure to help stop the spread of COVID-19. New research from clinicians at Massachusetts ...

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Defining paths to possible mother to child coronavirus transmission

UC Davis Health researchers took a critical step in defining the possible paths for the severe acute respiratory syndrome-coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) causing COVID-19 to get transmitted from the mother to her newborn baby. ...

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DR Congo reports fresh Ebola outbreak

DR Congo reported a fresh Ebola outbreak in its northwest on Monday, the latest health emergency for a country already fighting an epidemic of the deadly fever in the east as well as a surging number of coronavirus infections.

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70 cases of COVID-19 at French schools days after re-opening

Just one week after a third of French schoolchildren went back to school in an easing of the coronavirus lockdown, there has been a worrying flareup of about 70 COVID-19 cases linked to schools, the government said Monday.

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Video: When do the infected become infectious?

The danger posed by a person infected with COVID-19 doesn't begin the exact moment a few virus particles enter their system, so when do they start to be a health risk to those around them?

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Incubation

The word incubation and similar (from the Latin incubare, "to lie upon") may refer to:

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