Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Turning hotels into emergency shelter as part of COVID-19 response limited spread of coronavirus,...

A King County initiative that moved people out of homeless shelters and into hotel rooms earlier this year helped slow the transmission of coronavirus..

Re­search­ers dis­covered the second ‘key’ used by the SARS-CoV-2 virus to enter into hu­man...

To efficiently infect human cells, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is able to use a receptor called Neuropilin-1...

Research to understand COVID-19 spread on public transport

Amajor scientific study has been launched to understand the risks of COVID-19 transmission on buses and trains - and to identify the best measures to control it.

National clinical trial to treat hospitalised patients with COVID-19

A new clinical trial led by the University of Warwick and Queen’s University Belfast seeks to find alternatives to ventilators to treat patients who are critically ill with COVID-19.

Global COVID-19 treatment trial shows current antivirals are of little benefit to hospitalized patients

In just six months, the world’s largest randomized control trial on COVID-19 therapeutics has generated conclusive evidence..

When it comes to COVID-19, not all tests are created equal: University of Toronto’s...

Testing for COVID-19 is a critical tool in the fight against the pandemic. But as more tests become available to more people...

Invention sparked by COVID-19 pandemic safely disinfects surfaces continuously

An invention to apply plasma to frequently touched items for continuous disinfection could provide a safe and effective...

Accelerating Creativity and Excellence (ACE) Grant 2020

The use of rehabilitation robot is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative form of treatment in recent years and the COVID-19...

HKU scientists and microbiologists jointly discover a novel antiviral strategy for treatment of COVID-19...

A research team led by Professor Hongzhe SUN, Norman & Cecilia Yip Professor in Bioinorganic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry...

Coronavirus antibodies last at least three months after infection, University of Toronto study finds

Coronavirus antibodies can last at least three months after a person becomes infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, according to a study published in Science Immunology.
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