Global Health NOW Updates
Global Vaccine Competition; More Than 100,000 Dead
So, What Can We Do Now?
Working around the clock to find a COVID-19 cure or treatment
Use of survivor plasma is considered safe, but two new tests will see if it combats COVID-19
Contact Tracing Tools, Information, and Resources
What Parents Should Know About Coronavirus as Kids Return to Babysitters, Day Cares and Camps
Keeping Elections and Voters Safe
8 ways to go out and stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic
What should we expect during the coronavirus’ second wave?
What we know about COVID-19 antibodies — and what we don’t
Boston Globe: America is driving blind on coronavirus testing
ABC News: How contact tracing works and what it could mean for getting back to normal
Bloomberg: The Outlook for Reopening
What It Takes to Become a Contact Tracer on the Trail of the Coronavirus
Considering a Vacation Rental? Here’s What to Know Before You Travel
Health leaders: We stuck together to #StayHome, now we can start together to #OpenSafely
Bloomberg: How Misleading Messaging Led Young People to Resist Virus Warnings
A guide to being outside safely this summer during the coronavirus pandemic
HuffPost: A Contact Tracing Expert On The Challenges Of Preventing The Coronavirus
Where Chronic Health Conditions and Coronavirus Could Collide
3 reasons coronavirus testing is not a magic wand for businesses looking to reopen safely
Total deaths depend 'on what people decide to do, their own actions'
State and Federal Data on COVID-19 Testing Don’t Match Up
Meet the Press: COVID-19 curves differ regionally across the U.S.
What is a coronavirus "super-spreading" event?
Webcast: Will COVID-19 End Globalization As We Know It?
Reopening Needs a Different Kind of COVID-19 Monitoring
Filling in the Blanks: National Research Needs to Guide Decisions about Reopening Schools in the United States
How to ease the stressors of living in a multigenerational household during the pandemic
How to Reopen America Safely
Can herd immunity help stop the coronavirus? Experts warn it's not that easy.
Deploy the safety net
Tech workers considering escaping Silicon Valley
Q&A: East Asia Provides Mixed Lessons in Coronavirus Pandemic Response
Q&A: How Nurses are Leading the COVID-19 Response Around the Globe
How do we decide? Ethics of the COVID-19 pandemic
NPR: What the Coronavirus Numbers Might Mean for the U.S. Moving Forward
The global child mortality rate could rise for the first time in more than 60 years, experts warn
Q&A: Asymptomatic Spread Makes COVID-19 Tough to Contain
Bloomberg: Johns Hopkins Launches Online Contact-Tracing Training Course
This course will train an army of contact tracers. You can take it, too.
New Johns Hopkins Course to Train Coronavirus Contact Tracers
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Adolescents
Using plasma transfusions to treat COVID-19
Public health expert: No 'clear way' to separate those most at-risk for virus for quarantines
Should rich hospitals pay more?
Public Health Experts Say Many States Are Opening Too Soon To Do So Safely
Q&A: Recognizing Disinformation During the COVID-19 Pandemic
US falls short in coronavirus testing in some areas of the country
Webcast: Climate, Food Insecurity, and COVID-19
Coronavirus FAQs: Do Temperature Screenings Help? Can Mosquitoes Spread It?
Johns Hopkins Envisions ‘Massive Vaccination Program’ for COVID-19
100 Days Into COVID-19, Where Do We Stand?
Researcher testifies to Congress that not a single state meets Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security criteria to reopen safely
Webcast: Health Inequities in a Global Pandemic
Webcast: Rationing Medical Resources in a Pandemic
Q&A: How states can promote compliance with social distancing
Reopening: at what price?
President Trump Wants To Reopen Economy Despite CDC Warnings
What we can learn from the First Peoples of the United States in the era of COVID-19
Health Insurers Seek to Bend Curve on Covid Testing Prices
Operational Toolkit for Businesses Considering Reopening or Expanding Operations in COVID-19
Report: National Action Plan for Expanding and Adapting the Healthcare System for the Duration of the COVID Pandemic
Q&A: The impact of COVID-19 on older adults
Digital handshake: Can contact tracing deliver on its promise in coronavirus battle?
Dr. Adalja: Coronavirus outbreak ‘politicized from the beginning’
Q&A: How School Closures for COVID-19 Amplify Inequity
NPR: Social Distancing, Masks Key As States Loosen Restrictions, Researcher Says
Bloomberg: COVID-19 at a Plateau, Not Going Down in U.S.
Expect More Deaths as States Reopen, Says Johns Hopkins' Adalja
Early Herd Immunity against COVID-19: A Dangerous Misconception
Protecting Both Public Health and Civil Liberties
COVID-19: Johns Hopkins Sees ‘Great Hope’ in Antibodies Research
Dr. Tom Inglesby: There will be ‘rolling waves across the country between now and the fall’
Why Are More Men Than Women Dying Of COVID-19?
A Next-Generation Coronavirus Test Raises Hopes And Concerns
Antibody tests were supposed to help guide reopening plans. They've brought more confusion than clarity.
Johns Hopkins team launches temperature-tracking study and app to map and monitor potential COVID-19 cases
The Facts About COVID-19 Tests
Washington Post: Antibody Tests Show We’re Nowhere Near Herd Immunity
The Enduring Value of the Performing Arts in the Age of Social Distancing
Johns Hopkins Announces the COVID-19 Testing Insights Initiative
Tolbert Nyenswah on Contact Tracing and the COVID-19 Pandemic
A coronavirus Q&A with Dr. Tom Inglesby
USA Today: Infectious disease expert on states reopening
Countries need to stay vigilant on coronavirus ahead of fall flu season, expert says
How to clean, reuse or hack a coronavirus mask
COVID-19 Threatens to Starve Africa
Public health expert on debate over relaxing coronavirus restrictions
9 ways coronavirus changed treating patients
Here’s How You Can Change Lives in the Pandemic
STAT: The success of a COVID-19 vaccine will hinge on its delivery
Testing and tracking the spread of COVID-19
Coronavirus Treatment: Topical vs. Internal Remedies
Webcast: Inside Taiwan’s Response to COVID-19
Q&A: Understanding changing guidance on mask use
Explainer: Could warmer weather help contain the coronavirus?
Where can I get a COVID-19 antibody test and is it reliable? Here's everything you need to know.
The COVID-19 racial disparities could be even worse than we think
Tracking and Identifying COVID-19 Cases
Researchers Look To Behavior To Explore Why The Coronavirus May Hit Men Harder
Q&A: COVID-19 poses unique challenges for people with disabilities
What pandemic prep experts have learned from this coronavirus so far
CDC Needs Support to Roll Out Broad, Systematic Testing
Treat health-care workers like the heroes they are
What good digital contact tracing might look like
America’s Health Departments Finally Get Software to Track Cases
COVID-19 public health orders should not target asylum seekers
CNN: It's foolish to worry about privacy when data can help fight coronavirus
MSNBC: Doctor explains the complex supply chains holding back testing expansions
Bloomberg: Long Term Battle Is Just Starting
How are refugees affected by COVID-19?
‘Road map’ to recovery report: 20 million coronavirus tests per day needed to fully open economy
Keeping kids active and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic
NPR: An Epidemiologist Answers What Is Needed To Reopen The Country
Public Health Principles for a Phased Reopening During COVID-19: Guidance for Governors
Covid-19 Causes Broad Spectrum of Diseases: Johns Hopkins’ Pekosz
Q&A: The Role of National Health Information Systems in the Response to COVID-19
Contract tracing helped end the Ebola outbreak. Public health experts say it can stop COVID-19, too.
Q&A: A Coronavirus vaccine is in the works–but it won't emerge overnight
Why Social Distancing Is Important Even If COVID-19 Cases Peaked
Can the U.S. Safety Net Handle the COVID-19 Pandemic and Recession?
The Truth About Off-Label Prescribing and Coronavirus
Q&A: COVID-19's Historic Economic Impact, in the U.S. and Abroad
The New Yorker: What Have Epidemiologists Learned About the Coronavirus?
Q&A: COVID-19 Likely to Weigh on U.S. Election Turnout, Outcomes
Dr. Fauci says immunity certificates 'possible' after coronavirus pandemic. Here's what that means.
Our Pandemic Summer
Q&A: How will reduced activity affect air quality and the environment?
Doctors on the Front Lines Are Testing New Therapies to Treat COVID-19
Bloomberg: Emotional Intelligence Key to Leadership Amid Pandemic
Johns Hopkins Launches New, U.S.-specific COVID-19 Tracking Map to Complement JHU’s Global COVID-19 Map
Standing Too Close. Not Covering Coughs. If Someone Is Violating Social Distancing Rules, What Do You Do?
Contact Tracing Could Be Key to Easing Social Distancing Rules
Dr. Thomas Inglesby: U.S. health care system would be better prepared if admin acted sooner
A Chaplain And Medical Anthropologist Explain How You Can Spiritually Sustain Healthcare Workers During The COVID-19 Pandemic
Coronavirus FAQs: Do Gloves Help? Is It Allergies Or COVID-19?
A plan to defeat coronavirus finally emerges, but it’s not from the White House
Should You Shave Your ‘Quarantine Beard’?
A National Plan to Enable COVID-19 Case Finding and Contact Tracing in the US
Searching for an effective Covid-19 treatment: promise and peril
Coronavirus: Is Africa Ready?
Q&A: COVID-19 and a splintered European Union
Understanding the Global Economic Impact of COVID-19
Why it's so hard to see into the future of Covid-19
Q&A: How Pandemics Shape Society
Black Americans 'epicenter' of coronavirus crisis made worse by lack of insurance
Checkpoints, Curfews, Airlifts: Virus Rips Through Navajo Nation
CDC Says Some People Can Get Back to Work: Here’s What the Experts Think
A promising COVID-19 treatment gets fast-tracked
Do Social Networks Increase or Decrease the COVID-19 Contagion Rate?
A Game Plan to Help the Most Vulnerable
Dr. Tom Inglesby: US return to normalcy must be 'somewhat gradual' until coronavirus treatments approved
U.S. faces long road to reopening amid COVID-19 crisis
Economists and Epidemiologists, Not At Odds, but in Agreement: We Need a Broad Based COVID-19 Testing Survey
‘We’re flying blind’: African Americans may be bearing the brunt of Covid-19, but access to data are limited
The Quest for a Pandemic Pill
Immune therapies showing promise on coronavirus: Johns Hopkins
Q&A: In fight against COVID-19, nurses face high-stakes decisions, moral distress
Q&A: How has COVID-19 impacted supply chains around the world?
It's Still Hard to Predict Who Will Die From Covid-19
Official counts understate the U.S. coronavirus death toll
When Can We Lift the Coronavirus Pandemic Restrictions? Not Before Taking These Steps
Africa has a COVID-19 time bomb to defuse
Q&A: Managing and understanding mental health concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic
'Administrative' offenders shouldn't be jailed amidst pandemic: Johns Hopkins
As Jails And Prisons Reduce Populations, Advocates Call On ICE To Do The Same
Webcast: Imagining a New Moral Economy
How to Prevent Social Isolation from Making Loneliness Worse
Bloomberg School of Public Health: Can a mask protect me? Putting homemade masks in the hierarchy of controls
Detained and Vulnerable to COVID-19
COVID-19 Tradeoffs: Feeding Others and Staying Fed
Q&A: The Role of Genomic Sequencing in Combating COVID-19
12 things everyone needs to know about the coronavirus pandemic
Special Report for City Leaders: Recommendations for a Metropolitan COVID-19 Response
Coronavirus Survivors Keep Up the Fight, Donate Blood Plasma to Others
Lessons from a different war for preventing moral injury among clinicians treating COVID-19
Should we all be wearing face masks during coronavirus outbreak?
Refugee Camps Face COVID-19: ‘If We Do Nothing, The Harm Is Going To Be So Extreme’
Should We Wear Masks In Public To Protect Against Coronavirus? Here’s What WHO, CDC and Johns Hopkins Experts Advise
Tracking the Path of the Coronavirus Outbreak (Podcast)
When Will Social Distancing Let Up?
Testing coronavirus survivors’ blood could help reopen U.S.
Q&A: Understanding COVID-19's impact in Italy and Europe
Q&A: COVID-19: Immunity and Seasonality
Johns Hopkins’ Spiegel Concerned About Lack of Virus Protection for Refugees
Publishing During the COVID-19 Epidemic: Prompt Conclusions or Quality Studies?
Testing is Just the Beginning in the Battle Against Covid-19
Expert Q&A: How to stay fit – and safe – during coronavirus pandemic
Johns Hopkins doctor identifies '5 major conditions' for relaxing social distancing
The Unequal Cost of Social Distancing
Foreign Policy: Amid Coronavirus Spread, Host Countries Ignore Refugee Health at Their Own Peril
Q&A: Social media fuels spread of COVID-19 information — and misinformation
Blood from people who recover from coronavirus could provide a treatment
Webcast: One Pandemic, a World of Responses
We need an ethics transfusion: The coronavirus blood challenge
Adolescents’ internalizing mental health problems, related care causing new treatment demands, study suggests
Embracing Distancing and Cushioning the Blow to the Economy
Q&A: What will it take to develop a vaccine for COVID-19?
Coronavirus: No, we aren't even close to ready to ease up on social distancing
Ironing out wrinkles in India’s pandemic response
How the pandemic will end
The coronavirus isn’t mutating quickly, suggesting a vaccine would offer lasting protection
Desperate for Covid-19 answers, U.S. doctors turn to colleagues in China
How blood from coronavirus survivors might save lives
Now is not the time to ease social distancing measures, experts say
Coronavirus plea from Johns Hopkins: Please take social distancing seriously to save lives
Q&A: How families and roommates can effectively self-quarantine, self-isolate
New York will be first state to test treatment of coronavirus with blood from recovered patients
A scarcity of life-saving resources during COVID-19 pandemic
Q&A: How long can COVID-19 live on surfaces?
Webcast: COVID-19 and the Politics of Information
Bloomberg Opinion: Prepare Now for the Long War Against Covid-19
Hogan should follow Mosby’s lead and release older, parole-approved offenders from state prisons
The Best-Case Outcome for the Coronavirus, and the Worst
Africa Prepares for “the Worst”
Hold the “Quarantinis”: Alcohol and Novel Coronavirus Might Not Mix
Politico: It’s Time to Build Ventilators Like We’re at War and Our Lives Depend on It
COVID-19 Questions Answered: IVAC-Affiliated Experts Give Their Take on the Challenges with Infection Control
Global Health NOW: Johns Hopkins Researchers To Test COVID-19 Stop-Gap Solution
Here’s How Long Coronavirus Symptoms Tend to Last, According to Doctors
4 reasons America needs a new coronavirus crisis insurance program based on Medicare
Independent pharmacies should be on frontlines for COVID-19 screening access
Jennifer Nuzzo and Tara Kirk Sell: Here’s how to help protect elderly from coronavirus
Extraordinary Measures: How institutions are approaching scientific research during COVID-19, and what they still need to know.
Johns Hopkins Experts Discuss the The Latest Developments
Johns Hopkins experts are learning more about the coronavirus. Here’s what they want you to know.
July Or August? When The Coronavirus Crisis Could See A Turning Point
To protect inmates and the nation from COVID-19, release offenders who pose no threat
Schools close to contain coronavirus. Will it work? Depends on what we do with our kids.
Coronavirus stressing you out? Here’s how to cope
How Bad Will the COVID-19 Coronavirus Epidemic Get In the U.S.? Health Experts Weigh In
How Epidemiologists Understand the Novel Coronavirus
The Coronavirus Called America’s Bluff
Coronavirus outbreak is a ‘time of sacrifice for all of us’
Coronavirus Screening Test Developed at Johns Hopkins
Learn More About Social Distancing
Infectious Disease Experts Recommend Using Antibodies from COVID-19 Survivors as Stopgap Measure to Treat Patients and Protect Healthcare Workers
Your Nose Itches. Is It Allergies, Flu or the Coronavirus?
Coronavirus will linger after the pandemic ends. But it won’t be as bad.
Quarantining cities isn’t needed. But a fast, coordinated response to covid-19 is essential
Antibodies from COVID-19 Survivors Could Be Used To Treat Patients, Protect Those At Risk
We must shore up access to food as COVID-19 takes hold
U.S. Hospitals Face Major Challenges as Coronavirus Spreads
The latest on Coronavirus from Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Jason Farley
A self-quarantine seems brutal when you’re not sick with coronavirus—but it really is for the greater good
New Study on COVID-19 Estimates 5.1 Days for Incubation Period
“60 Minutes” goes behind the scenes of Johns Hopkins coronavirus response efforts
Wall Street Journal: Coronavirus Symptoms Start About Five Days After Infection, New Research Finds
60 Minutes: COVID-19 Coronavirus: How U.S. hospitals are preparing, and what leading health officials say about the virus
How can Africa prepare for Coronavirus? Learn from Liberia’s experience with Ebola
NBC News: U.S. coronavirus testing capacity is 'not currently adequate,' expert tells Congress
Q&A: How coronavirus will affect the global supply chain
NPR: Coronavirus testing kits are in short supply
COVID-19 Recorded Webcast With Johns Hopkins Experts
Johns Hopkins University experts brief Capitol Hill on coronavirus
Hopkins experts present latest coronavirus information in Capitol Hill
Death Rates Pose a Puzzle
The Unknown Unknowns: Diagnosing the New Coronavirus
Inside Iran’s Attempts to Suppress Virus - And the Truth
The Old-School Gumshoes Tracking the Virus
We should have seen the coronavirus coming
Johns Hopkins evaluates foreign study programs in response to coronavirus outbreak
How to Confront the Coronavirus at Every Level
COVID-19 Recorded Webcast With Johns Hopkins Experts
Johns Hopkins prepares for potential COVID-19 impacts
Bloomberg: Johns Hopkins’ Nuzzo: New Virus Test Kits Likely to Reveal Undiagnosed Cases
How to Protect Yourself From the Virus
Here’s the Johns Hopkins study President Trump referenced in his coronavirus news conference
What US Hospitals Should Do Now to Prepare for a COVID-19 Pandemic—The Center for Health Security
Bloomberg: Milder coronavirus cases raising new transmission concerns: Johns Hopkins
The Lancet: An interactive web-based dashboard to track COVID-19 in real time
Hopkins-Nanjing Center delays on-site programming
Prevent Spread Of The Virus
Bloomberg: Travel restrictions won't help contain virus, Johns Hopkins' Nuzzo says
Public health interventions in focus as coronavirus outbreak spreads in China and beyond
Foreign Affairs: How to prepare for a coronavirus pandemic
As coronavirus outbreak evolves, key questions remain
Bloomberg: Johns Hopkins' Toner expects to see more coronavirus cases in the U.S.
PBS NewsHour: Track the spread of novel coronavirus with this map
Event 201: A Global Pandemic Exercise to Illustrate Preparedness Efforts