3 Smart Reads About Covid-19
How to fly safely, and the nine mistakes people make to prevent infection
Business Insider spoke to health experts about the nine the biggest mistakes that people should be thinking about as cases of Covid-19 rise throughout the United States. They include thinking all small indoor gatherings are safe, not quarantining for two weeks after being exposed to the virus, and more.
COVID-19 is surging again. Here are 9 common mistakes people make when trying to prevent infection.
Forget about shaming others for their chin masks and getaways. There are 9 things you can likely improve upon in your…
Bo Stapler, MD, a hospitalist, writes about a new book, From Killer to Common Cold: Herd Protection and the Transitional Phase of Covid-19, by David Graham, MD, a board-certified infectious disease specialist. You can read his review below.
The Pandemic’s Future: A Book Review on ‘From Killer to Common Cold’
This book describes the concept of herd protection, which is different from herd immunity, and how the remainder of the…
Chana Davis, PhD, looks at the most recent data on the risk of Covid-19 transmission on an airplane. Her conclusion?
A growing body of evidence suggests that the risk of getting Covid-19 on board an airplane is low — but not zero. There will always be rare, unlucky, exceptions, potentially due to an exceptionally infectious case.
The highest risk flights are those that are long, tightly packed, and departing from places with high rates of Covid-19.
Read her full assessment below.