The head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Robert Redfield, says contact tracing will be vital in the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
A serious coronavirus-related syndrome may be emerging in the UK, according to an “urgent alert” issued to doctors, following a rise in cases in the last two to three weeks, HSJ has learned.
Developers and funders are laying the groundwork for efficacy trials, but only a handful of vaccines are likely to make the cut.
Anders Tegnell talks to Nature about the nation’s ‘trust-based’ approach to tackling the pandemic.
The government has made it clear it will not end the lockdown until it is satisfied the NHS can cope with demand. But how will the NHS know when it is in such a position, and what are the tools at its disposal to achieve this?