Presentations

Venezuela's official virus data is 'absurd': HRW and Johns Hopkins

Post Date: 
2020-05-29
Source: 
Yahoo! News Australia
Dr. Kathleen Page is quoted in this report: The true number could ultimately be closer to "at least 30,000" coronavirus deaths, according to Johns Hopkins associate medicine professor Kathleen Page, who interviewed several Venezuelan doctors and nurses for the report.

What is going on in Florida?

Post Date: 
2020-05-29
Source: 
Morning Brew
Dr. Larry Chang is quoted in this article.

Coronavirus: Is herd immunity possible and if so, what’s the threshold?

Post Date: 
2020-06-04
Source: 
FOX News (Via Yahoo! News)
Robert Bollinger
FOX News: Dr. Bob Bollinger discusses COVID-19 and the use of masks, infection, and antibody testing

Dr. Robert Bollinger on the Coronavirus Pandemic

Post Date: 
2020-06-12
Source: 
C-SPAN
Robert Bollinger
C-SPAN, Washington Journal: Dr. Bob Bollinger fielded viewer questions on COVID-19 during this hour-long broadcast.

Should You Shave Your Beard For Coronavirus?

Post Date: 
2020-06-09
Source: 
themanual.com
We talk to Dr. Natasha Mubeen Chida, the assistant Director of Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, to get some guidance on whether to shave or not to shave.

Is it safe to go to a nail salon now? What experts want you to know

Post Date: 
2020-06-09
Source: 
today.com
Natasha Chida
"Masks may help prevent transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus from the person wearing a mask, but they aren't a fail-safe," says Dr. Natasha Chida.

Rising coronavirus cases among Latinos alarm public health experts

Post Date: 
2020-06-18
Source: 
Politico
Dr. Kathleen Page
Politico: Dr. Page was interviewed for this report on the disproportionate affects of COVID-19 on Latinos.

New research confirms higher rates of new coronavirus in Latinx populations

Post Date: 
2020-06-23
Source: 
Medical Xpress
Kathleen Page
Medical XPress: Kathleen Page: "...we must engage with communities early & provide language & culturally appropriate information & services, removing as many barriers to care as possible."

The Coronavirus Isn't Gone. An Expert Answers Your Questions

Post Date: 
2020-06-25
Source: 
Spectrum News NY1
Robert Bollinger
NY1 News : Bob Bollinger discusses a wide range of issues related to COVID-19 testing, immunity and transmission in this broadcast.

World Renowned Infectious Disease Doctor Talks Latest COVID-19 News

Post Date: 
2020-06-26
Source: 
The Leslie Marshall Show
Robert Bollinger
Leslie Marshall Show: Bob Bollinger discusses COVID-19 and the state of the epidemic in the US.

Hispanic Americans Being Hit Hard By COVID-19

Post Date: 
2020-06-29
Source: 
US News and World Report
Dr. Kathleen Page
US News and World Report : "The data corroborate what we've been seeing in the wards," said co-researcher Dr. Kathleen Page, an associate professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins.

NIH Awards Johns Hopkins Baltimore-Washington-India Trials Group $460,679 in Supplemental COVID-19 Funding

Post Date: 
2020-06-30
NIH
The supplement is leveraging existing HIV research infrastructure and personnel for DAIDS-sponsored COVID research

Latinx people more vulnerable to COVID-19 infection, US study finds

Post Date: 
2020-06-30
Source: 
Medical News Today
Dr. Kathleen Page
Medical News Today : "The need to work, lack of occupational protections, and crowded living conditions have led to high transmission in this community."

Latinx health crisis: 42% of sampled Johns Hopkins patients test positive for coronavirus

Post Date: 
2020-06-30
Source: 
BaltimoreBrew
Another study finding was that the hospital admission rate for Latinix patients was 29.1%, lower than than for White patients (40.1%) or Black patients (41.7%).

A new deal could ease Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis. The international community must get behind it.

Post Date: 
2020-07-02
Source: 
Washington Post
Dr. Kathleen Page
Washington Post: Now the only hope for curbing the spread of covid-19 is to ensure a large-scale humanitarian response that puts the Venezuelan people first.

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