Can we get coronavirus twice? Unlikely, at least in the short term.
Masks slow the spread of the coronavirus. And while they can’t fully protect us, there’s mounting evidence that they can lessen the severity if we do get infected.
As a physician-scientist, Matlock Jeffries will maintain a lab focused on osteoarthritis and will see patients in the foundation’s Rheumatology Center of Excellence.
The coronavirus has begun to insinuate itself into every social interaction we have, even the most glancing ones.
There are a lot of accounts of antibodies rapidly disappearing once people recover from coronavirus — and leaving people prone to reinfection.
The pandemic has forced many of us to work remotely, either part or full time. And judging from a recent survey, most people are in no hurry to return to their prepandemic work habits.