YSPH in the Media - Selected Links
People were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in different ways, whether they experienced illness first hand, worked with those who did or were impacted by changes forced by the quarantine.
- January 20, 2021Source: Tech & Learning
The new administration hopes to get students back in the physical classroom by investing billions in rapid Covid testing technology
- January 19, 2021Source: The Boston Globe
As we enter a new year with a new president, facing the most severe stage of COVID-19 thus far and with highly effective vaccines being rolled out far too slowly, what can we expect?
- January 19, 2021Source: Connecticut Magazine
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the state, Silvia Diaz-Roa started a 10-minute daily yoga routine to get a break from the demands of graduate school and running a startup.
- January 19, 2021
Mourning and remembering Andrew Mosane, one of SA’s most colourful HIV, human rights and queer activistsSource: Maverick Citizen
The death notices became personal this week with the death of Andrew Mosane, one of the Treatment Action Campaign’s (TAC) early activists and later one of its most passionate leaders and educators.
- January 19, 2021Source: SunLive
An ESR study investigating testing for COVID-19 in saliva has been given the green-light. Funded by ESR, the study will run over 2-3 months, starting on the week of January 25. It will involve Air New Zealand staff providing a saliva sample alongside their regular nasopharyngeal sample, known as paired sampling, so the two can be compared.
- January 19, 2021Source: Today
Vaccines are an exciting development, but health experts say that three months of dedicated mask-wearing could put a huge dent in the pandemic.
- January 19, 2021Source: New York Times
It’s more contagious than the original and spreading quickly. Upgrade your mask and double down on precautions to protect yourself.
- January 19, 2021Source: Access Wire
Affordable, Expedited Saliva-based COVID-19 Test Available to Schools, Organizations and Individuals
- January 17, 2021Source: Yale News
Despite high rates of effectiveness for both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, thousands of Yale New Haven Health System employees have not seized their opportunity to get it.