POST 146. March 30, 2021. CORONAVIRUS. Dr. Osterholm told Becker’s: “This is the perfect storm,”…”Here is Europe locking down and having problems containing B.1.1.7, even with vaccinations and previous infection histories. Here we are opening up as wide as we can. We are literally just walking into the mouth of the virus saying, ‘Don’t worry.'” (M)

for links to POSTS 1-146 in chronological order, highlight and click on http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/2021/03/coronavirus-tracking-links-to-posts-1-146/ “Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Monday that she’s worried the US could see “another avoidable surge” of Covid-19 if mitigation measures — such as mask-wearing, physical distancing and avoiding crowds or travel — are

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CORONAVIRUS TRACKING Links to POSTS 1-146 Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands?® http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/ Curated Contemporaneous Case Study Methodology http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/2019/12/9897/ Jonathan M. Metsch, Dr.P.H. PART 1. January 21, 2020. CORONAVIRUS. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first U.S. case of a deadly new coronavirus that has killed six people in China.”

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POST 145. March 25, 2021. CORONAVIRUS. “Efforts to disseminate Covid-19 vaccines as widely as possible are hitting an unexpected obstacle: health-care workers who decline the shots.

to see links to POSTS 1-145 in chronological order, Highlight and click onhttp://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/2021/03/coronavirus-tracking-links-to-posts-1-145/ “Officials from Ohio said recently that 60% of nursing-home staff so far haven’t elected to take the vaccine. In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said this month that state officials expect 30% of health-care workers offered the vaccine will ultimately turn it

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CORONAVIRUS TRACKING Links to POSTS 1-145 Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands?® http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/ Curated Contemporaneous Case Study Methodology http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/2019/12/9897/ Jonathan M. Metsch, Dr.P.H. PART 1. January 21, 2020. CORONAVIRUS. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first U.S. case of a deadly new coronavirus that has killed six people in China.”

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POST 144. March 20, 2021. CORONAVIRUS. ““The vaccine hesitancy we are seeing isn’t just about Covid vaccines,”… “It is a general reflection of Americans’ lack of trust in science, the pharmaceutical industry, and large health care institutions. We need a full court press on science and vaccine education right now to prevent more aggressive Covid-19 variants from developing and taking hold.”

For links of POSTS 1-144 in chronological order, highlight and click on http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/2021/03/coronavirus-tracking-links-to-posts-1-144/ “Refusing a vaccine when one is available is known as “vaccine hesitancy.” In recent years, vaccine hesitancy has increased worldwide — so much so that the World Health Organization considered it a top 10 global health threat in 2019. Misinformation is a

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CORONAVIRUS TRACKING Links to POSTS 1-144 Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands?® http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/ Curated Contemporaneous Case Study Methodology http://doctordidyouwashyourhands.com/2019/12/9897/ Jonathan M. Metsch, Dr.P.H. PART 1. January 21, 2020. CORONAVIRUS. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday confirmed the first U.S. case of a deadly new coronavirus that has killed six people in China.”

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POST 143A. March 17, 2021. CORONAVIRUS. “The Trump administration sought to suppress Covid-19 testing in the United States last year by softening guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on who needed to be tested, a House panel said Monday.”

In August, the CDC revised its Covid-19 testing guidance to say that people who don’t have symptoms “do not necessarily need a test” even if they were exposed to an infected person. The move was widely criticized by public health specialists and politicians, who said testing asymptomatic people is an important part of identifying and

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