Public Health

  Posted on: Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Why It's Important to Study Coronaviruses in African Bats
Global Biodefense
The current outbreak of a new coronavirus disease, named COVID-19, raises the question of where diseases like this come from and where the risks lie. By the middle of February almost 2000 people had died in this outbreak, which has also had a global economic impact.

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Public Health:
3/16/20   Closed: Retail stores in St. Louis region cutting hours or closing over coronavirus
3/16/20   Count of COVID-19 in Missouri grows to six
3/16/20   No school, no social gatherings of more than 50 across St. Louis as coronavirus fight escalates
3/14/20   Coronavirus Indemnification: Government Should Broadly Authorize Use of P.L. 85-804 to Protect Contractors, as with Anthrax and Ebola
3/14/20   How the COVID-19 National Emergency Declaration Will Impact Disaster Relief Fund
3/13/20   County executive announces ban on events with more than 250 people in St. Louis County
3/12/20   ECDC: COVID-19 not containable, set to overwhelm hospitals
3/12/20   From Broadway to baseball, US events canceled over COVID-19
3/12/20   Testing 'Failing': 'Not Set Up' to Get Idea of U.S. Coronavirus Rate, Fauci Says
3/11/20   'Deeply concerned' WHO declares COVID-19 pandemic
3/9/20   Family of Missouri's first coronavirus patient broke self quarantine, St. Louis County officials say
3/9/20   'Furious': St. Louis responds to quarantine failure by family of coronavirus patient
3/8/20   A Detailed Guide to the Coronavirus Drugs and Vaccines in Development
3/8/20   Amtrak Suspends N.Y. to D.C. Acela Service Through May
3/8/20   Italy COVID-19 surge triggers massive lockdown; US cases pass 500
3/8/20   WATCH: 'War Is an Appropriate Analogy,' Says Coronavirus Expert
3/7/20   FEMA: No Emergency Declaration on Coronavirus, HHS Remains Lead Agency on Response
3/6/20   Global COVID-19 cases pass 100,000 mark
3/6/20   OIG: DHS Needs Unified Approach when Purchasing, Using Handheld Chemical ID Devices
3/3/20   Post-9/11 Threats to Air Transportation Include Creating an Overnight Pandemic
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