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Real Time Response: Dr. Arturo Casadevall

On March 1, 2020, convalescent plasma was not being used to treat or prevent #COVID19 in the US. Now, thanks to an “all-hands effort” Arturo Casadevall helped orchestrate, hospitals across the US are delivering “immediate immunity” to up to a thousand patients every day.

Imitating a COVID-19 Vaccine With Convalescent Blood Plasma Treatment in Two Clinical Trials

“Crowdsourcing” of antibodies made by COVID-19 survivors is being tested for two uses: the first as a treatment to help prevent severe disease, hospitalization, and death in patients who are already ill with COVID-19. The second is as a post-exposure prophylaxis for people who have been exposed to COVID-19 to try and prevent infection from taking root.

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Johns Hopkins Receives $35 Million in Funding from Department of Defense for COVID-19 Blood Plasma Trials

Johns Hopkins researchers have received $35 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) JPEO-CBRND, on behalf of the Defense Health Agency, for two nationwide clinical trials.

Bloomberg School | July 30, 2020

A Coronavirus Clearinghouse for the World

As the world fights SARS-CoV-2, the numbers funnel through one critical Johns Hopkins map..

Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health | July 24, 2020

The Experiment that Proved Airborne Disease Transmission

How Richard Riley’s findings about tuberculosis transmission inform our COVID-19 response today.

Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health | July 17, 2020

Enhancing Public Trust and Health with COVID-19 Vaccination

Why “If We Build It/They Will Come” may not apply to humans and vaccines and what can be done about it.

Bloomberg School | July 9, 2020

COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in Federal and State Prisons Significantly Higher Than in U.S. Population

A new analysis led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that the number of U.S. prison residents who tested positive for COVID-19 was 5.5 times higher than the general U.S. population.

Bloomberg School | July 8, 2020

Fighting a Virus Together: A Graphic Essay

"Then COVID-19 hit—and dad, with lungs of steel and the heart of a lion, was fighting for his life at 61."

Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health | July 8, 2020

Voices of the Vulnerable

For asylum seekers, the incarcerated, frontline doctors, and others, COVID-19 has made hard lives harder. 

Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health | July 1, 2020

Envisioning a Post-Pandemic World

How COVID-19 has reset the present and the future.

Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health | June 30, 2020

Transparency, Reproducibility, and Validation of COVID-19 Projection Models

An exponential growth in models with no sign of plateauing. 

Bloomberg School | June 22, 2020

Developing a National Strategy for Serosurveys in the United States

Estimating the prevalence of infection and recovery is important for decision makers at national, state, and local levels.

The Center for Health Security | June 18, 2020

Trust in Science and COVID-19

The trajectory of the U.S. pandemic will depend largely on the public’s willingness to invest in public health measures.

Bloomberg School | June 17, 2020

Guiding Universities on the Path to Reopening

A Q&A with the authors of the COVID-19 Planning Guide and Self-Assessment for Higher Education.

The Center for Health Security | June 15, 2020

In Liberia, Resources are Scarce—but Contact Tracing is Second Nature

Liberia had a leg up on the low-tech pillars of outbreak response.

Global Health NOW | June 10, 2020

Majority of First-Wave COVID-19 Clinical Trials Have Significant Design Shortcomings, Study Finds

Analysis of COVID-19 clinical trials as of late March finds quantity but less quality.

Bloomberg School | June 9, 2020

Lisa Cooper on Why the Racism Roiling America is a Public Health Issue

America, reeling from twin crises, must now reckon with the racism that paved the path for both.

Global Health NOW | June 5, 2020

Convalescent Plasma: A COVID-19 Treatment Speeds to Clinical Trials

An old-school approach offers a fast, stopgap solution for a modern pandemic. 

Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health | June 5, 2020

Baltimore Protestors Weigh the Risks—And Take to the Streets

The COVID-19 pandemic does not override the need to address another public health emergency—racism. 

Global Health NOW | June 4, 2020

What Will it Take to Safely Reopen K-12 Schools This Fall?

School closures have led to growing public health crises for children. 

The Hub | June 3, 2020

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Associated Press | August 11, 2020

Health officials are quitting or getting fired amid outbreak

Tom Inglesby is quoted. 

Meet the Press | August 9, 2020

Full Inglesby: 'I don't think we're doomed to this fate' [Video]

Tom Inglesby is featured.

NBC Nightly News | August 9, 2020

How Hard-Hit Navajo Nation Is Flattening Its Coronavirus Curve [Video]

Laura Hammitt is featured at the 1:00 mark. 

The New Yorker | August 7, 2020

How Did I Catch the Coronavirus?

Emily Gurley, Justin Lessler and Crystal Watson are quoted.

THE TODAY SHOW | August 6, 2020

Should I get the flu shot early this year?

Justin Lessler is quoted.

The Boston Globe | August 6, 2020

As bad as the spread of the coronavirus is, there’s reason to believe it will get worse [Opinion] [Paywall]

Jennifer Nuzzo authored the piece. 

The Wall Street Journal | August 5, 2020

Covid-19 Vaccine Trials Have a Problem: Minority Groups Don’t Trust Them

Kawsar Talaat is quoted.

NBC News | August 4, 2020

NIH launches clinical trials for COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatment

Gigi Gronvall is quoted.

STAT | August 4, 2020

The DRC needs an Ebola survivor program to truly quell its outbreak [Opinion]

Tolbert Nyenswah authored the piece. 

NBC News | August 3, 2020

'Hit us at our core': Vulnerable Navajo Nation fears a second COVID-19 wave

Laura Hammitt is quoted. 

The Los Angeles Times | August 3, 2020

How scientists revived an old-school treatment for a 21st century pandemic

Arturo Casadevall is quoted. 

The Atlantic | August 3, 2020

How the Pandemic Defeated America

Caitlin Rivers and Sarah Dalglish are quoted. 

Politico | August 3, 2020

U.S. lacks plan for getting vaccine to communities of color devastated by virus

Monica Schoch-Spana is quoted.

The New York Times | July 30, 2020

Native Americans Feel Devastated by the Virus Yet Overlooked in the Data

Allison Barlow is quoted.

NPR | July 28, 2020

Pandemic is Overwhelming U.S. Public Health Capacity in Many States. What Now?

Jennifer Nuzzo and Caitlin Rivers are quoted.

The Telegraph | July 26, 2020

Risk, Uncertainty, and Fear of Failure: Why Scientists Aren't Celebrating a Coronavirus Vaccine Yet

Naor Bar-Zeev is quoted.

The New York Times | July 25, 2020

Your Used Mask Needs to Make It to the Trash Can

Amesh Adalja is quoted.

The Atlantic | July 24, 2020

A Vaccine Reality Check

Ruth Karron is quoted.

The Hill | July 21, 2020

Are we prepared for the next health crisis? Maybe [Opinion]

Ellen MacKenzie and Shelley Hearne coauthored the piece.

MSNBC | July 16, 2020

The Coronavirus Crisis [Paywall]

Josh Sharfstein is interviewed at the 20:46 mark.

Navajo Times  | July 16, 2020

Johns Hopkins: ‘This virus is not going away’

Laura Hammitt is quoted.

PBS News Hour | July 16, 2020

How COVID-19 is highlighting racial disparities in Americans’ health

Lisa Cooper is featured.

Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2020

Experts alarmed by coronavirus surge among young adults in Maryland. Some are saying bars should be closed.

Tom Inglesby and Josh Sharfstein are quoted.

The New York Times | July 15, 2020

Citing Educational Risks, Scientific Panel Urges That Schools Reopen [Paywall]

Caitlin Rivers and Jennifer Nuzzo are quoted.

The Washington Post | July 14, 2020

Global surge in coronavirus cases is being fed by the developing world — and the U.S. [Paywall]

Alain Labrique is quoted.

The New York Times Magazine  | July 14, 2020

Why We're Losing the Battle With COVID-19

Shelley Hearne is quoted. 

Fox News | July 12, 2020

How to Fix the COVID-19 Dumpster Fire in the U.S.

Amesh Adalja, Crystal WatsonTom Inglesby and Caitlin Rivers are quoted.

Fox News | July 12, 2020

Infectious Disease Expert on U.S. Response to New Surge of Coronavirus Cases

Tom Inglesby is featured.

The New York Times | July 11, 2020

How to Reopen Schools: What Science and Other Countries Teach Us

Josh Sharfstein is quoted.

The Washington Post | July 10, 2020

The College Football Season is in Trouble

Amesh Adalja is quoted.

CBS This Morning | July 10, 2020

Coronavirus Gender Gap: Scientists Try to Explain Why Men Are Much More Likely to Die of COVID-19

Sabra Klein is featured.

The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2020

Maryland's Prince George's County is Among the Nation's Wealthiest Black Communities, But it Leads State in Coronavirus Cases

Tanjala Purnell is quoted.

BBC Radio | July 9, 2020

Why Are COVID Cases Dramatically Increasing in Some U.S. States Where Rates Had Been Low?

Josh Sharfstein is interviewed.

Sports Illustrated | July 9, 2020

'We're Definitely Heading the Wrong Way': As Virus Cases Spike, Hurdles to a College Football Season Mount

Amesh Adalja is quoted.

The Washington Post | July 9, 2020

CDC Feels Pressure from Trump as Rift Grows Over Coronavirus Response

Tom Inglesby is quoted.

PBS | July 8, 2020

Why is the U.S. Struggling to Test Everyone Who Needs It?

Jennifer Nuzzo is featured.

The Atlantic | July 7, 2020

The Pandemic Experts Are Not Okay

Caitlin Rivers is quoted.

Politico | July 7, 2020

How the White House Can Build Public Trust and End the Coronavirus Crisis

Tom Inglesby is quoted.

The New York Times | July 5, 2020

The Fullest Look Yet at the Racial Inequality of Coronavirus

Jennifer Nuzzo is quoted.

Nepali Times | July 4, 2020

The Long Journey Back to Nepal

Seema Subedi coauthored the piece.

The New York Times | July 3, 2020

Coronavirus Cases in U.S. are Rising, Even as Death Rates Trend Down

Caitlin Rivers is featured.

The New York Times | July 1, 2020

Focus on Opening Schools, Not Bars [Paywall]

Jennifer Nuzzo and Josh Sharfstein co-wrote the op-ed.

NBC News | June 30, 2020

‘We are getting clobbered’: Six months into COVID-19, doctors fear what comes next

Crystal Watson is quoted.

NPR | June 29, 2020

‘I Will Kill You’: Health Care Workers Face Rising Attacks Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Leonard Rubenstein is quoted.

Associated Press | June 28, 2020

Experts see no proof of child-abuse surge amid pandemic

Elizabeth Letourneau is featured.

CNN | June 27, 2020

Science by press release: When the story gets ahead of the science

Kate Grabowski is quoted.

The Atlantic | June 25, 2020

The School Reopeners Think America Is Forgetting About Kids

Jennifer Nuzzo and Josh Sharfstein are quoted.

Reuters | June 23, 2020

What is a second wave of a pandemic, and has it arrived in the U.S.?

Eric Toner is quoted.

The Washington Post | June 22, 2020

Perspective | No, more testing doesn’t explain the rise of covid-19 cases in the U.S.

Jennifer Nuzzo wrote the piece.

The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2020

Some people think face masks are dangerous. Can that be true?

Amesh Adalja is quoted.

The New York Times | June 21, 2020

The Pandemic’s Mental Toll: More Ripple Than Tsunami

Emma Beth McGinty is quoted.

NPR | June 17, 2020

New Coronavirus Outbreaks: Is It The 2nd Wave?

Amesh Adalja is interviewed.

USA Today | June 21, 2020

‘There’s no such thing as safe’: How to lessen the risk of summer activities amid COVID-19

Caitlin Rivers is quoted. 

The New York Times | June 21, 2020

N.Y.C. Hired 3,000 Workers for Contact Tracing. It’s Off to a Slow Start.

Crystal Watson is quoted. 

The Washington Post | June 21, 2020

Democrats, public health experts decry Trump for saying he asked officials to slow down coronavirus testing

Amesh Adalja is quoted. 

STAT | June 17, 2020

Rising Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations underscore the long road ahead

Tom Inglesby is quoted.

NPR | June 17, 2020

New Coronavirus Outbreaks: Is It The 2nd Wave?

Amesh Adalja is interviewed. 

STAT News | June 12, 2020

Dearth of disability-related COVID-19 data can confound response efforts

Bonnielin Swenor wrote the article. 

The New Yorker | June 12, 2020

Can Coronavirus Contact Tracing Survive Reopening?

Crystal Watson and Tolbert Nyenswah are quoted. 

The Today Show | June 12, 2020

Contact tracing: Epidemiologist explains how it prevents coronavirus spread

Emily Gurley is interviewed. 

C-Span [Video] | June 12, 2020

Dr. Robert Bollinger on the Coronavirus Pandemic

Robert Bollinger is interviewed. 

The Washington Post | June 11, 2020

Political and health leaders' embrace of Floyd protests fuels debate over coronavirus restrictions

Amesh Adalja is quoted. 

CNN [Video] | June 11, 2020

Moderna, Johnson & Johnson advance human vaccine trials in U.S.

Bill Moss is interviewed. 

VOA News | June 11, 2020

Coronavirus Poses Leadership Test for Africa's Heads of State

Tolbert Nyenswah is quoted. 

CNN | June 11, 2020

12 states see rising COVID-19 hospitalizations as Arizona asks hospitals to activate emergency plans

Hemalkumar Mehta is quoted. 

The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2020

Maryland coronavirus hospitalizations reach two-week streak of declines as health experts warn lawmakers of potential surge in cases

Sherita Hill is quoted. 

The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2020

Maryland coronavirus hospitalizations reach two-week streak of declines as health experts warn lawmakers of potential surge in cases

Sherita Hill is quoted. 

The Washington Post | June 10, 2020

Hogan announces wave of reopenings, including day cares and gyms, as region lifts more restrictions

Caitlin Rivers and Joshua Sharfstein are quoted. 

The Washington Post | June 9, 2020

Are asymptomatic people spreading the coronavirus? A WHO official's words spark confusion, debate

Jennifer Nuzzo is quoted. 

The Washington Times | June 8, 2020

Coronavirus gives scientists a frustrating puzzle

Amesh Adalja is quoted. 

Vox | June 8, 2020

These 7 countries have the most worrying COVID-19 outbreaks

Chris Beyerer and David Celentano are quoted. 

The Washington Post | June 8, 2020

Shutdowns prevented 60 million coronavirus infections in the U.S., study finds

Jennifer Nuzzo is quoted. 

The New York Times | June 6, 2020

How to Have Friends Over

Jennifer Nuzzo is quoted. 

STAT | June 5, 2020

How the world can avoid screwing up the response to COVID-19 again

Amesh Adalja and Caitlin Rivers are quoted. 

US News & World Report | June 3, 2020

A Hazardous Moment for Black Health

Lisa Cooper is quoted. 

Reuters | June 1, 2020

U.S. Health Experts, Officials Warn Protests May Add to Virus Spread

Amesh Adalja is quoted. 

The New York Times | June 1, 2020

Is America's Pandemic Waning or Raging? Yes

Tom Inglesby is quoted. 

Bloomberg News | June 1, 2020

Coronavirus, Kids, and Reopening Schools

Josh Sharfstein is interviewed. 

C-SPAN | May 30, 2020

Dr. Caleb Alexander on COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Addiction

Caleb Alexander is interviewed. 

Bloomberg News | May 29, 2020

Antibody Tests Don't Tell if Protected from Reinfection: Johns Hopkins

Andrew Pekosz is interviewed. 

STAT News | May 29, 2020

Contact tracing could help avoid another lockdown. Can it work in the US?

Crystal Watson and Emily Gurley are quoted. 

The Washington Post | May 28, 2020

As restaurants reopen, here's what you should know about air conditioning, air flow and the coronavirus

Amesh Adalja is quoted. 

Politico | May 28, 2020

What is safe to do during the pandemic?

Elizabeth Stuart is quoted and 14 other JHSPH experts are included on the panel. 

NPR | May 27, 2020

In The Battle Against COVID-19, A Risk of 'Vaccine Nationalism'

Nancy Kass is quoted.

The Chicago Tribune | May 26, 2020

Officials see signs COVID-19 is contained at Cook County Jail, while experts caution measures need to remain in place

Chris Beyrer is quoted.

Reuters | May 26, 2020

Mexican coronavirus probe finds dozens of unlicensed retirement homes

Antonio Trujillo is quoted.

The New York Times (Opinion) | May 22, 2020

Will the Pandemic Lead to Outbreaks of Other Maladies?

Anita Shet wrote the op-ed.

The New York Times | May 22, 2020

Trump Suggests Virus Death Count Is Inflated. Most Experts Doubt It. 

Jennifer Nuzzo is quoted.

The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2020

Controlling coronavirus cases will take effort, cooperation as states reopen, Johns Hopkins and MIT experts say

Tom Inglesby and Crystal Watson are quoted.

The Wall Street Journal | May 22, 2020

What It Takes to Become a Contact Tracer on the Trail of the Coronavirus

Joshua Sharfstein is quoted.

CNBC | May 20, 2020

States are hiring thousands of coronavirus contact tracers—here's what to know about the job

Emily Gurley is quoted.

The Washington Post | May 20, 2020

In some nations, government isolation centers helped reduce coronavirus infections. The US has resisted the strategy. 

Eric Toner is quoted.

The Atlantic | May 20, 2020

America's Patchwork Pandemic is Fraying Even Further

Justin Lessler, Caitlin Rivers, and Crystal Watson are quoted.

The Seattle Times | May 20, 2020

Why you might now get a phone call to tell you you've been exposed to the coronavirus

Graham Moody is quoted.

The New York Times | May 18, 2020

Where Chronic Health Conditions and Coronavirus Collide

Caitlin Rivers is quoted.

The Washington Post | May 18, 2020

Moderna's coronavirus vaccine shows encouraging early results

Daniel Salmon is quoted.

USA Today | May 18, 2020

3 reasons coronavirus testing is not a magic wand for businesses looking to reopen safely

Josh Sharfstein co-wrote the op-ed.

CBS News | May 15, 2020

What is a coronavirus "super spreading" event?

Justin Lessler is quoted.

WIRED | May 15, 2020

I Enrolled in a Coronavirus Contact Tracing Academy

Emily Gurley is quoted.

NBC News | May 14, 2020

Can herd immunity help stop the coronavirus? Experts warn it's not that easy. 

David Dowdy is quoted.

ABC News | May 14, 2020

How social media undermined the COVID-19 response

Rupali Limaye is quoted.

ABC News | May 14, 2020

How social media undermined the COVID-19 response

Rupali Limaye is quoted.   

How to ease the stressors of living in a multigenerational household during the pandemic.

Monica Schoch-Spana is quoted.   

The Washington Post | May 12, 2020

This course will train an army of contact tracers. You can take it, too. 

The Bloomberg School is featured.   

The Wall Street Journal [Paywall] | May 12, 2020

Leading Cause of Death in the U.S.? Hint: It Isn't COVID-19

Keri Althoff is quoted.   

The New York Times | May 9, 2020

Taiwan's Weapon Against Coronavirus: An Epidemiologist as Vice President

Chen Chien-jen is an alum of the School.   

The Wall Street Journal [Paywall] | May 8, 2020

COVID-19 Raises Questions About the Value of Personalized Medicine

Arturo Casadevall is featured.   

Axios | May 7, 2020

U.S. still has a gun violence problem despite coronavirus lockdowns

Daniel Webster is quoted.   

CBS News | May 7, 2020

Finding coronavirus' patient zero; and a guilty bat

Chris Beyrer is quoted.   

The Hill | May 6, 2020

What we can learn from the First Peoples of the United States in the era of COVID-19

Allison Barlow and Laura Hammitt co-authored the op-ed.  

WBAL | May 6, 2020

Maryland pediatricians worry as parents cancel child checkups, vaccinations

William Moss is quoted.  

Rolling Stone | May 5, 2020

COVID-19 Is Traumatizing All of Us. How Will We Cope After It's Over?

Monica Schoch-Spana is quoted.   

CNN | May 3, 2020

How to talk to your neighbors about social distancing

Monica Schoch-Spana is quoted.  

Washington Post | May 2, 2020

Boom-and-bust federal funding after 9/11 undercut hospitals' preparedness for pandemics

Eric Toner is quoted. 

Bloomberg News | May 1, 2020

COVID-19: Johns Hopkins Sees 'Great Hope' in Antibodies Research

Andy Pekosz is featured. 

WTOP News | April 30, 2020

Researchers from Johns Hopkins say contact tracing crucial for safely reopening states

Emily Gurley and Crystal Watson are mentioned. 

Business Insider | April 30, 2020

Should gyms, stores, and restaurants ban air-conditioning?

Ana María Rule is quoted.

FiveThirtyEight | April 30, 2020

Why Are More Men Than Women Dying of COVID-19?

Sabra Klein is featured.

The Atlantic | April 29, 2020

Why the Coronavirus is so Confusing

Tom Inglesby is mentioned.

Baltimore Sun | April 28, 2020

Baltimore should close some streets for walking, biking during pandemic

Keshia Pollack Porter and MPH student Eli Pousson co-wrote the Op-Ed.

C-Span (Video) | April 28, 2020

Tolbert Nyenswah on Contact Tracing and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Tolbert Nyenswah is interviewed.

The New York Times | April 25, 2020

Here's How You Can Change Lives in a Pandemic

The Center for American Indian Health was one of five organizations chosen to be part of "Nick Kristof's C-9 Impact Initiative"

The Guardian | April 25, 2020

Why is coronavirus taking such a deadly toll on black Americans?

Lisa Cooper is quoted. 

Stat News | April 25, 2020

The success of a COVID-19 vaccine will hinge on its delivery

Lois Privor-Dumm, Naor Bar-Zeev, and Maria Deloria Knoll wrote the article.

Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2020

Maryland Gov. Hogan outlines three-stage plan to reopen businesses when coronavirus abates

Tom Inglesby is quoted.

Fox45 News (Baltimore) | April 24, 2020

Local doctors working on a cure or treatment for COVID-19

Anthony Leung is featured.

USA Today | April 24, 2020

Where can I get a COVID-19 antibody test and is it reliable? Here's everything you need to know. 

Tolbert Nyenswah is featured.

Associated Press | April 22, 2020

Cuomo outlines plans for 'tracing army' to tame outbreak

The Bloomberg School is mentioned.

USA Today | April 22, 2020

The other COVID-19 risk factors: How race, income, ZIP code can influence life and death

Otis Brawley is quoted.

New York Magazine | April 22, 2020

Medical Workers' Looming Mental-Health Crisis

Albert Wu is quoted.

CNN Business | April 21, 2020

It's foolish to worry about privacy when data can help fight coronavirus

Alain Labrique wrote the piece.

New York Times | April 21, 2020

How Scientists Could Stop the Next Pandemic Before It Starts

Amesh Adalja is quoted

Today | April 20, 2020

Coronavirus batters the Navajo Nation, and it's about to get worse

Allison Barlow is quoted

The Hill | April 17, 2020

Johns Hopkins has a new map breaking down coronavirus statistics by race

Lisa Cooper is quoted. 

AARP | April 17, 2020

Older Adults Are Encouraged to 'Shelter in Place' as States Start to Reopen

Caitlin Rivers is quoted. 

NPR | April 17, 2020

An Epidemiologist Answers What Is Needed to Reopen the Country

Caitlin Rivers is featured. 

The New Yorker | April 16, 2020

What have Epidemiologists Learned About the Coronavirus 

Justin Lessler returns for his second interview. 

Consumer Reports | April 15, 2020

Doctors on the Front Lines are Testing New Therapies to Treat COVID-19

Ruth Karron is quoted. 

Mother Jones | April 15, 2020

Inside One Family's Desperate, Hopeful, Facebook-Fueled Search for Plasma

Arturo Casadevall is quoted. 

Los Angeles Times | April 15, 2020

So much is unknown about the pandemic because the government keeps a lid on it

Jeffrey Kahn quoted. 

The Atlantic | April 14, 2020

Our Pandemic Summer

Caitlin Rivers, Crystal Watson, and Monica Shoch-Spana are quoted. 

USA Today | April 13, 2020

At least 2,300 nursing homes have coronavirus cases—and the reality is likely much worse

Justin Lessler is quoted. 

NPR | April 13, 2020

Contact Tracing Could Be Key to Easing Social Distancing Rules

Crystal Watson is interviewed.

The New Yorker | April 13, 2020

The Quest for a Pandemic Pill

Amesh Adalja is quoted, a report by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security is mentioned

STAT News | April 10, 2020

Searching for an effective COVID-19 treatment: promise and peril

Caleb Alexander co-authored the op-ed. 

WBAL | April 9, 2020

Johns Hopkins experts offer new insight about coronavirus

Caitlin Rivers is quoted. 

VOA News | April 9, 2020

Addressing the needs of vulnerable populations in a pandemic

Paul Spiegel is interviewed. 

The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2020

When will the coronavirus peak in Maryland? Here's what to know about the predictions

Tom Inglesby is quoted. 

The Washington Post | April 4, 2020

Indian Country, Where Residents Suffer Disproportionately From Disease, is Bracing for Coronavirus [Paywall]

Laura Hammitt is quoted. 

NPR | April 3, 2020

As Jails and Prisons Reduce Populations, Advocates Call on ICE to do the Same [Audio]

Chris Beyrer is featured. 

Scientific American | April 3, 2020

Why the Coronavirus Slipped Past Disease Detectives

Tom Inglesby is quoted. 

The Wall Street Journal | April 1, 2020

Coronavirus Survivors Keep up the Fight, Donate Blood Plasma to Others [Paywall]

Arturo Casadevall is featured. 

The New York Times | March 30, 2020

Testing is Just the Beginning in the Battle Against COVID-19

Josh Sharfstein and Melissa Marx wrote the op-ed.

The Washington Post | March 27, 2020

Those Covid-19 Death Figures are Incomplete [Paywall]

Keri Althoff is quoted. 

Washington Post | March 27, 2020

Blood from people who recover from coronavirus could provide a treatment

Arturo Casadevall is mentioned.

The Hill | March 26, 2020

From opioids to coronavirus—Medicaid is a crisis response program

Brendan Saloner co-wrote the op-ed.

The Atlantic | March 25, 2020

How the Pandemic Will End

Lauren SauerTom Inglesby, and Monica Schoch-Spana are quoted.

The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2020

Meet the seven people who are helping Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan make coronavirus decisions

Tom Inglesby is featured.

NBC News | March 23, 2020

New York will be first state to test treatment of coronavirus with blood from recovered patients. 

Arturo Casadevall is quoted.

USA Today | March 21, 2020

Coronavirus can live on surfaces for days. But it can't travel through the mail, experts say. 

Amesh Adalja is quoted.

USA Today | March 19, 2020

4 reasons America needs a new coronavirus crisis insurance program based on Medicare

Joshua SharfsteinJennifer Nuzzo, and Gerard Anderson wrote the op-ed.

The Washington Post | March 18, 2020

This is the nightmare scenario facing U.S. hospitals

Tom Inglesby and Eric Toner are featured.

FOX News | March 18, 2020

Jennifer Nuzzo & Tara Kirk Sell: Here’s how to help protect elderly from coronavirus

Jennifer Nuzzo and Tara Kirk Sell wrote the op-ed.

USA Today | March 17, 2020

To protect inmates and the nation from COVID-19, release offenders who pose no threat

Brendan Saloner and Sachini Bandara wrote the op-ed.

Forbes | March 15, 2020

How Bad Will the COVID-19 Coronavirus Epidemic Get in the U.S.? Health Experts weigh in.

Tom Inglesby, Rupali Limaye, and Andy Pekosz are quoted.

USA Today | March 16, 2020

Schools close to contain coronavirus. Will it work? Depends on what we do with our kids.

Elizabeth Stuart, Keri Althoff, Justin Lessler and Craig Pollack wrote the op-ed.

NBC News | March 13, 2020

Doctors push for treatment of coronavirus with blood from recovered patients

Arturo Casadevall is featured.

Washington Post | March 12, 2020

Coronavirus will linger after the pandemic ends. But it won't be as bad.

Justin Lessler wrote the piece.

The New York Times | March 11, 2020

Please, Listen to Experts About the Coronavirus. Then Step Up.

Caitlin Rivers and Tom Inglesby are featured.

CBS News | March 10, 2020

Does vaping make you more susceptible to coronavirus?

Joanna Cohen is quoted.

PBS | March 10, 2020

How effective are U.S. communications around coronavirus?

Josh Sharfstein is quoted.

Associated Press | March 10, 2020

AP Fact Check: Trump’s Rosy Take on Govt’s Handling of Virus

Jennifer Nuzzo is quoted.

WBAL | March 8, 2020

Protecting Yourself from Coronavirus

Emily Gurley is interviewed

The Hill | March 8, 2020

From Ebola to COVID–19—The Importance of Trust in Authorities and Disease Response

Tolbert Nyenswah is quoted

Globe and Mail | March 8, 2020

How Can We Prepare for Coronavirus? Learn from Liberia’s Experience with Ebola

Op-ed co-authored by Tolbert Nyenswah  

New York Times | March 7, 2020

Anyone Who Wants a Coronavirus Test Can Have One, Trump Says. Not Quite, Says His Administration

Josh Sharfstein is quoted

60 Minutes | March 8, 2020

COVID–19 Coronavirus: How U.S. hospitals are preparing, and what leading health officials say about the virus

Tom Inglesby of the Center for Health Security is featured

C-SPAN | March 6, 2020

Johns Hopkins Experts Provide Coronavirus Briefing for Capitol Hill Officials in Washington, D.C.

Tom Inglesby of the Center for Health Security is featured

FOX News | March 5, 2020

Drs. Amesh Adalja and Jennifer Nuzzo: End Coronavirus Health Worker Quarantines

New York Times | March 2, 2020

How to Confront the Coronavirus at Every Level

Op-ed by Tom Inglesby and Anita Cicero

Wall Street Journal (paywall) | February 27, 2020

How a Boy’s Blood Stopped an Outbreak: A School Physician’s Approach to Measles in 1934 has Lessons for the Coronavirus

Op-ed by Arturo Casadevall

 

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