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Crowd-Sourcing COVID-19 Knowledge: Doctors turn to social media

Post Date: 
2020-04-16
Source: 
NBC News (via WDTN, Dayton, OH)
Approved followers can see videos of nurses teaching others how to safely roll over a patient, or how to use a ventilator. Dr. Bob Bollinger of Johns Hopkins says medicine is changing. “I think it can be a very important tool, but it has to be leveraged in a way that it supports the other parts of...

Coronavirus live blog: Infectious disease expert Dr. Bob Bollinger answers your questions

Post Date: 
2020-04-10
Source: 
Fox News
Dr. Bob Bollinger, a professor of infectious diseases at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and consultant at emocha, a digital health startup using telehealth to monitor healthcare providers for COVID-19 symptoms.

US needs more testing to ‘transfer the economy ahead,’ says Johns Hopkins infectious disease expert

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
Gruntstuff
Dr. Robert Bollinger, CCGHE Director, was interviewed for this report on the COVID-19 pandemic. Particularly, the U.S. needs more speedy testing and a greater system of contact tracing to decide who has been contaminated by COVID-19 and who has not, Bollinger mentioned on “Energy...

‘Every part of the country’ still at risk — ex-FDA chief urges US to stay united in coronavirus fight

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
CNBC
Additional testing and contact tracing efforts are critical in obtaining the information needed to “move the economy forward,” Dr. Robert Bollinger of Johns Hopkins University told CNBC earlier this week. He pointed to contact tracing programs in Massachusetts and Maryland as examples that need to...

Economy CANNOT restart until testing and contact tracing improves, says John Hopkins expert

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
Brinkwire
The US economy cannot restart until testing and contact tracing for the killer disease improves, according to a John Hopkins infectious disease expert. Dr. Robert Bollinger of Johns Hopkins University warned that the ‘biggest issue’ in the fight against the pandemic is the...

Without Testing We Do Not Know Where the Virus is and Who Has It

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
Background Briefing with Ian Matthews
We begin with the U.S. having close to 500,000 COVID-19 cases, by far the highest in the world, and at the same time one of the lowest rates of testing for the virus with less that 1% of the population tested so far. Dr. Robert Bollinger, Professor of Infectious Diseases at The Johns Hopkins...

New York has 12 TIMES more deaths than California because the state was slow to react to the pandemic, late on lockdown rules and advised residents to 'go on with' their lives, experts say

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
Daily Mail
Dr. Robert Bollinger, CCGHE Director, was interviewed for this report on the COVID-19 pandemic. New York has more than 12 times the number of coronavirus deaths than California because the state was slow to react to the pandemic, late on lockdown rules and had advised residents to 'go on with'...

Is bringing back sports during coronavirus realistic or safe? We asked the experts

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
Los Angeles Times
Dr. Larry Chang
Los Angeles Times: Dr. Larry Chang discusses opening professional sports: “Every practice is a high-risk transmission event.”

Economy CANNOT restart until testing and contact tracing improves in the US, says John Hopkins expert

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
DailyMail
DailyMail
Dr. Robert Bollinger of Johns Hopkins University warned that the 'biggest issue' in the fight against the pandemic is the lack of testing, in an interview with CNBC Tuesday.

We need to expand access to rapid coronavirus testing and contact tracing: Johns Hopkins’ Dr. Bollinger

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
CNBC
Bollinger-CNBC
Dr. Bob Bollinger appeared on CNBC's ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss coronavirus response.

Diário coronavírus (07/04/20): Brasil registra 667 mortes por coronavírus e 13,7 mil casos

Post Date: 
2020-04-07
Source: 
ADVFN News (Brazil)
novo coronavírus (covid-19), segundo atualização do Ministério da Saúde divulgada hoje (7). O número representa um aumento de 20% em relação a ontem (6), quando foram registrados 553 óbitos. São Paulo segue como epicentro da pandemia, com 371 mortes, mais da metade dos óbitos de todo o país. O...

Le médecin de Johns Hopkins dit que les États-Unis ont encore besoin de tests supplémentaires

Post Date: 
2020-04-07
Source: 
News 24 (France)
L'amélioration dans ces domaines, ainsi que les efforts de distanciation sociale existants, "nous permettront vraiment de faire avancer l'économie, de reprendre le travail", a déclaré Bollinger, professeur de maladies infectieuses à la faculté de médecine de Johns Hopkins. Bollinger a déclaré que...

For Undocumented Workers, More Risk and Little Safety Net

Post Date: 
2020-04-07
Source: 
The Colorado Trust
Dr. Kathleen Page
Dr. Page was interviewed about Latino immigrant health during COVID-19.

Johns Hopkins deploys mobile health app to assist frontline health workers

Post Date: 
2020-04-02
Source: 
America's News Room | FOX News
Fox News Interview
FOX News: The emocha Mobile Health app is helping Hopkins health workers self monitor for COVID-19.

America's Newsroom: COVID-19 Report

Post Date: 
2020-04-02
Source: 
America's Newsroom with Sandra Smith and Ed Henry | FOX News
CCGHE Director Dr. Bob Bollinger is interviewed by Sandra Smith about healthcare workers and personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 response. ( Video not available )

HIV-ASSIST Uses Algorithms in Appropriate ART-Regimen Selection

Post Date: 
2020-03-31
Source: 
Contagion, Infectious Diseases Today
Dr. Maunank Shah
Contagion highlights a randomized study of HIV-ASSIST recently published in Clinical Infectious Diseases by Maunank Shah and colleagues.

EMA Panel Backs Pretomanid for Drug-Resistant TB

Post Date: 
2020-03-31
Source: 
Medscape
Amita Gupta is mentioned in this article.

What Would It Take to Lift Coronavirus Restrictions? Experts Weigh In

Post Date: 
2020-03-25
Source: 
Bloomberg News
“We need to absorb the pain now,” says Larry W. Chang, an infectious disease doctor and researcher at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “If you lift restrictions early, the number of infected people will skyrocket. Hospitals will be overwhelmed.” That might cause state and local...

Loopholes may lead to China’s 2nd wave of viral outbreaks

Post Date: 
2020-03-23
Source: 
Global Times (China)
Some overseas experts also warned that covert coronavirus infections could lead to new outbreaks, while scientists are now rushing to estimate the proportion of people with mild or no symptoms who could be spreading the pathogen, according to an article published by Nature on Friday. Also some...

Time for China to help US fight against pandemic

Post Date: 
2020-03-21
Source: 
Global Times (China)
"The immediate need is for more PPE and testing capabilities," Larry William Chang, an infectious diseases expert from of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, told the Global Times via email. Chang noted that the major challenges the US faces include inadequate supplies of PPE, ventilators, and...

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