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Why is coronavirus deadly for some, but harmless in others?
May 6, 2020 · · Original resource · news

To figure out what makes some people more vulnerable to severe cases of covid-19, we need to rethink what we know about infection
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development
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treatment
response
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men
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What the Proponents of ‘Natural’ Herd Immunity Don’t Say
May 1, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Try to reach it without a vaccine, and millions will die.
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vaccine
immunity
herd immunity
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Can You Get Covid-19 Again? It’s Very Unlikely, Experts Say
July 22, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Reports of reinfection instead may be cases of drawn-out illness. A decline in antibodies is normal after a few weeks, and people are protected from the coronavirus in other ways.
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protection
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What if ‘Herd Immunity’ Is Closer Than Scientists Thought?
Aug. 17, 2020 · · Original resource · news

In what may be the world’s most important math puzzle, researchers are trying to figure out how many people in a community must be immune before the coronavirus fades.
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immunity
public health
epidemiology
modeling
second wave
research
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reinfection
threshold
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Why do asymptomatic COVID-19 cases even happen?
July 22, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Health officials are concerned about why some people who test positive for the coronavirus never feel sick. Could it be the luck of genetics? The blessings of youth? Or something else?
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public health
transmission
epidemiology
challenge
experience
asymptomatic infection
risk factor
frequency
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Most People With Coronavirus Won’t Spread It. Why Do a Few Infect Many?
June 30, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Growing evidence shows most infected people aren’t spreading the virus. But whether you become a superspreader probably depends more on circumstance than biology.
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infection
transmission
epidemiology
social gathering
epicenter
like, ease, stop, critic, away
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My patient caught Covid-19 twice. So long to herd immunity hopes?
July 12, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Emerging cases of Covid-19 reinfection suggest herd immunity could be wishful thinking.
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immunity
public health
epidemiology
strategy
symptom
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severity
recovery
reinfection
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Immunology Is Where Intuition Goes to Die
Aug. 5, 2020 · · Original resource · article

Which is too bad because we really need to understand how the immune system reacts to the coronavirus.
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vaccine
immunology
immune system
antibodies
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Asymptomatic Transmission? We Just Don't Know Yet for Certain
June 15, 2020 · · Original resource · news

There has been confusion about whether people infected with SARS-CoV-2 who do not have symptoms can transmit to others. In fact, we do have evidence that individuals without symptoms can spread the virus. This is the likely reason why SARS-CoV-2 has been harder to contain than its relative, SARS-CoV. Nonetheless, it is hard to detect this type of transmission, and it is even harder to measure how frequently it occurs.
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symptoms
contact tracing
asymptomatic
transmission dynamics
commentary
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Nisreen A Alwan: What exactly is mild covid-19? 
July 28, 2020 · · Original resource · blog

We still know very little about covid-19, but we do know that we cannot fight what we do not measure
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testing
strategy
negative impact
severity
mild symptom
recovery
daily life
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