1/Tweets from the Experts, 4/23/2020
2/How do epidemiologists figure out what R0 is?

A presentation:

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3/Remember, even after a vaccine arrives, it will take years to stamp out this virus.

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4/Yet more large-scale antibody tests happening.

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5/Once again, for the folks in the back: THIS AIN'T THE FLU.

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6/Why are we too slow at developing treatments and vaccines?

Partly because we under-invested in the technology.

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7/An interview with @DrTomFrieden about #TestAndTrace:

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8/More on that NYC antibody study.

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9/San Francisco did really well with its coronavirus response. A model to follow.

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10/Dr. Mehta likes our new #TestAndTrace website, testandtrace.com!

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11/Another promising treatment. I've heard several experts express high hopes for monoclonal antibodies.

Remember, even if off-the-shelf stuff like HCQ and Remdesivir fail, we have LOTS of candidate treatments in the pipeline!!

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12/God, I wish the CDC would do a national #TestAndTrace program.

With funding for tons of tests and contact tracing employees, of course.

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13/Yet another explainer on why #TestAndTrace is so crucial.

There's really no substitute, folks. We need it.

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14/A suggestion to open parks and beaches.

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15/Criteria for states to reopen.

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16/Why false positives and false negatives, along with the true overall infection rate, matter so much for interpreting these antibody studies:

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17/An accumulating pile of evidence indicates that HCQ, sadly, does not work.

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18/China is working on a coronavirus vaccine too. They may beat us to the punch.

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19/Lockdowns really do work.

A thread:
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20/More on those promising antibody treatments:

twitter.com/DrDenaGrayson/…
21/Some science about the weird symptoms of COVID-19:

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23/Reports of super-high death rates of patients on ventilators are probably not true.

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24/More support for the idea that outdoor transmission is less common than we feared:

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25/A list of top vaccine candidates!

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27/Educate yourself about sensitivity and specificity!

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28/A powerful argument for why having scientists in leadership positions is good.

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29/A thread of public opinion polling about coronavirus.

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30/New York City's outbreak was absolutely enormous, but may now be subsiding.

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31/And that's all for today, folks! Remember, you can follow my Experts List here. I'm always adding more!
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