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This study reports on hospitalization and mortality among black and white patients with COVID-19. Using retrospective cohort data from Louisiana, the authors found an excess risk of hospitalization for COVID-19 among black patients versus white patients, which was not explained Read More
THE ARTICLE DISCUSSED HAS BEEN RETRACTED. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE RETRACTION NOTICE. A multinational registry analysis found no evidence of benefit of hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine when used either alone or with a macrolide.  Using an international, observational registry across Read More
This observational cohort study sought to determine mortality rates among adults with critical illness from coronavirus disease 2019. The authors examined 217 critically ill patients with confirmed severe acute respiratory syndrome-CoV-2 disease who were admitted to any of 6 COVID-designated Read More
This study showed that border restrictions, quarantine and isolation, distancing, and changes in population behavior were associated with reduced transmission of COVID-19 and influenza in Hong Kong. Hong Kong has engaged in a number of measures to handle the COVID-19 Read More
This study found that the secondary attack rate of SARS-CoV-2 in households was 16%. Spouses were at highest risk. This cohort study sought to determine the features of household transmission of COVID-19. Researchers examined 105 index patients and 392 household Read More
This study makes the case that a lot of disease transmission occurs before symptoms occur in index cases, and disease control measures need to be adjusted accordingly. Researchers examined viral shedding in 94 patients with COVID-19. They also modeled COVID-19 Read More
This study found that baseline platelet levels and changes in levels were associated with subsequent mortality.  This study explored the relationship between thrombocytopenia and COVID-19. Researchers reviewed the clinical and laboratory data of 383 patients in Wuhan. Among them, 87% Read More
This study showed that CRP increased significantly at the initial stage of severe COVID‐19 infections, before CT findings and predicted a severe case early on. In this cohort study, 27 consecutive patients with COVID‐19 and 75 patients with influenza were Read More
This cohort study shows that a series of multifaceted public health interventions was temporally associated with improved control of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan. Findings may inform public health policy in other countries and regions. It is unknown whether a Read More
This study showed that a series of multifaceted public health interventions was temporally associated with improved control of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China. In this cohort study of 32,538 confirmed COVID-19 infections, researchers evaluated the association of public health Read More

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