This study characterizes the demographic, epidemiologic, and clinical characteristics of hospitalized infants diagnosed with coronavirus disease 2019 infection between December 8, 2019, and February 6, 2020, in China. This study showed that infants can be infected by COVID-19, although the Read More
This paper shows that the growth behavior of the COVID-19 epidemic in mainland China can be explained as a direct consequence of containment policies that effectively depleted the susceptible population. In Mainland China, confirmed cases increased from approx. 330 on Read More
This article discusses proposed changes to privacy regulations to allow for less-restricted health information exchange. COVID-19 has created unprecedented challenges to the United States health care system. To safely care for patients, health information must flow across provider platforms seamlessly. Read More
This article highlights the ineffective risk communication used in Wuhan, China, amidst the COVID-19 outbreak and offers recommendations for effective message-centered communication. Based on the effective and ineffective communication strategies implemented in Wuhan, China during the COVID-19 pandemic, a simplified Read More
This letter to the editor reports on the health effects of exposure to new coverage of COVID-19 and offers recommendations for government and public health officials to lessen public anxiety. “Headline stress disorder” is a highly emotional response to endless Read More
This study demonstrates that COVID-19 can be transmitted by asymptomatic carriers during the incubation period. COVID-19 is a worldwide health concern with the total number of cases and transmission events far exceeding those of SARS and H1N1. it is important Read More
This study estimated the potential total numbers of COVID-19 deaths in China, outside Hubei (in China), Hubei Province, Wuhan City and outside Wuhan (in Hubei) by Boltzmann function-based analyses. As of Feb 13, 2020, there have been over 80,000 confirmed Read More
This study found that poor sleep quality and high working pressure were positively associated with high risks of COVID-19 among a sample of health care workers from a single center in Wuhan, China. Risk factors in the susceptibility for COVID-19, Read More
This study estimates the time between onset of symptoms and outcome (death or discharge from hospital) for individuals with COVID-19 infections. Findings provide fatality ratios across the spectrum of COVID-19 disease and demonstrate a strong age-gradient in risk. A range Read More
This study predicted trajectories of COVID-19 in the coming days (until April 30, 2020) around the world using an advanced Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average Model (ARIMA). The model’s predictions suggest that rapid infection control measures are urgently needed to curtail Read More

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