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Delmarva Public Radio's Don Rush talks with Mayor Jake Day about the impact of pandemic as part of the three part series.
How Maryland jumped 1,200 new coronavirus cases in a day From Salisbury Daily Times
5 Tips to Disinfect Your Social Media of COVID-19 Fake News from Maryland Today, University of Maryland
What is the Wicomico County Health Department doing to protect the community?
Maryland Buys 500,000 Test Kits From South Korea, Drawing Criticism From Trump - (April 21, 2020) by Brakkton Booker from NPR
Coronavirus in Maryland: How to get tested - (Updated August 10, 2020). WBAL TV
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What the Ebola outbreak could teach us about how to contain the novel coronavirus from UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Identification of viruses and bacteria could be sped up through computational methods by University of Cambridge. Posted on Phys.org
Epidemiologist says COVID-19 may be more infectious than thought - an article by Al Powell from Harvard Gazette
Covid-19 — Navigating the Uncharted - an article by Drs. Fauci, Lane, Redfield from New England Journal of Medicine
Coronavirus testing: What you need to know about antibody tests, antigens and serology - (April 24, 2020) by Dale Smith from C/Net
NIH begins study to quantify undetected cases of coronavirus infection - (April 10, 2020). NIH Press Release
How Long Can Coronavirus Survive On Hard Surfaces? - (March 20, 2020). On All Things Considered on NPR. Includes the transcript and the audio file
"As a new strain of coronavirus that causes COVID-19 spreads across the globe, so does disinformation and misinformation. Follow the spread of this dangerous information with NewsGuard’s new Coronavirus Misinformation Tracking Center. Listed below are all the news and information sites in the U.S., the U.K., France, Italy, and Germany that we have identified — 190 so far — as publishing materially false information about the virus. You’ll find websites that are notorious for publishing false health content, and political sites whose embrace of conspiracy theories extends well beyond politics."
Coronavirus Misinformation Spreads on Facebook, Watchdog Says - (April 20, 2020) by Lukas Alpert from Wall Street Journal
Why uncertainty about coronavirus breeds opportunity for misinformation - (april 10, 2020) by Courtney Vinopal from PBS News Hour Health
Facebook Approved Ads With Coronavirus Misinformation- (April 7, 2020) by Kaveh Waddell from Consumer Reports
Here’s How Facebook, Twitter And TikTok Are Battling Coronavirus Misinformation - by Isabel Togoh from Forbes