How do you do contact tracing for COVID-19?


Health workers  in low-income countries have plenty of suggestions and ideas for identifying and recording those with illness.

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A Social Prescription: Why Human Connection Is Crucial To Our Health

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Coronavirus Models Aren't "Wrong." That's Not How They Work.

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Coronavirus Models Aren’t “Wrong.” That’s Not How They Work.

Scientific models of disease don’t predict the future. They’re just one tool to help us all prepare for it. NPR global health correspondent Nurith Aizenman explains how scientific models of disease are built and how they’re used by public health experts. We also look at one influential model forecasting when individual states might begin to reopen.

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Where Did This Coronavirus Originate? Virus Hunters Find Genetic Clues In Bats

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