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Sequelae in adults six months after COVID infection In this article, authors discuss the persistence of symptoms reported in patients who have experienced coronavirus up to six months after infection. Of the 234 participants enrolled, 177 completed the survey. When Read More
COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Young Adults It has been shown that age and comorbidity influence outcomes of those hospitalized with COVID-19.  Specifically, older patients are more likely to experience severe adverse effects of the disease and numerous studies have corroborated this.  Read More
Mitigation Measures in Delaware Lead to Decline in New COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalization, and Deaths In this Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, lab and case investigation studies investigated mitigation measures such as stay-at-home orders, public mask mandates, contact tracing and investigation, Read More
Evaluating unexplained increases in deaths due to all causes or attributed to nonspecific outcomes, such as pneumonia and influenza, can provide a more complete picture of the burden of COVID-19. This observational study estimates the burden of all deaths related Read More
Given the reports inscribing obesity as a risk factor for severe COVID‐19 caused by the SARS‐CoV2 virus, researchers here examined if obesity is a risk factor for mortality among COVID‐19 patients. This retrospective cohort study examined if obesity is a Read More
This study presents new evidence on the potential rise in maternal and child mortality in low-income and middle-income countries if essential health services are disrupted as a result of COVID-19. The authors modeled three hypothetical scenarios in which the coverage Read More
This study estimated the excess number of deaths over 1 year under different COVID-19 incidence scenarios. The authors analyzed 3.8 million health records from the UK and classified more than 20% of the study population as ‘high-risk’, either because they Read More
In order to provide a more accurate measure of the impact of the pandemic, this CDC report estimates all-cause excess deaths NYC between March 11–May 2, 2020. The authors defined excess deaths as the number of deaths above expected seasonal Read More

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