This study of olfactory impairment suggests the resulting COVID-19 disease is more likely to be mild to moderate, a potential early indicator that could help health care providers determine which patients may require hospitalization. The authors conducted a retrospective review Read More
This systematic review and meta analysis evaluates the risk factors of COVID-19. The authors examined 21 clinical and epidemiological studies on confirmed cases of COVID-19 published January 1, 1980 to March 10, 2020. A total of 47,344 (24,419 male and Read More
This review summarizes epidemiologic, clinical and diagnostic findings, as well as treatment and prevention options for common circulating and novel CoVs infections in humans with a focus on infections in children. The main findings include: Evidence that SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 infections affect Read More
This study describes the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 co-infection with noncoronavirus respiratory pathogens in a sample of symptomatic patients undergoing PCR testing in March 2020. The results suggest that routine testing for non–SARS-CoV-2 respiratory pathogens during the COVID-19 pandemic is unlikely Read More
This report details why cruises are at significant risk for outbreaks, and no one should be going on one during the COVID-19 pandemic. About 30 million people travel on 272 cruise ships each year worldwide. Cruise ships are a closed Read More

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