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  • Publisher: MIT Technology Review
    2020-05-10

    Life as a contact tracer

    The main job is to contact people who have been exposed to the coronavirus by a person who has tested positive. Some people are a little suspicious. Some people hang up after I ask for their date of birth and address. I understand that, the mistrust of the government, having grown up under communism.
    The main job is to contact people who have been exposed to the coronavirus by a person who has teste Share Button

    Tags: testing, reopening, contact tracing

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  • Publisher: MIT Technology Review
    2020-05-09

    A guide to negotiating a covid 'bubble' with other people

    In some places, “double-bubbling” is becoming official policy: households are being encouraged to buddy up for the sake of variety and mental health. But negotiating to become part of someone else’s intimate circle in the midst of a pandemic is fraught with dangers both medical (what if you inadvertently infect one another?) and social. (What if you have a falling out? Whom do you pick? What if they don’t pick you?).
    In some places, “double-bubbling” is becoming official policy: households are being encouraged t Share Button

    Tags: guidance, reopening

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  • Publisher: MIT Technology Review
    2020-04-28

    The US already has the technology to test millions of people a day

    There is widespread agreement that the only way to safely reopen the economy is through a massive increase in testing. Tests for mass screening may have different requirements and characteristics from the tests run in clinical labs today that are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. So what might a solution look like?
    There is widespread agreement that the only way to safely reopen the economy is through a massive in Share Button

    Tags: prevention, testing

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  • Publisher: MIT Technology Review
    2020-04-20

    The tricky math of lifting coronavirus lockdowns

    Researchers are using mobility data prior to the lockdown, and comparing it to the current mobility numbers to determine how to emerge from the lockdown without triggering major resurgence in the outbreak. The researchers admit that their conclusions are highly uncertain and more data is needed.
    Researchers are using mobility data prior to the lockdown, and comparing it to the current mobility Share Button

    Tags: reopening, lockdown, contact tracing

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  • Publisher: MIT Technology Review
    2020-04-12

    This is what it will take to get us back outside

    Realistic analysis of how we will emerge from the Covi-19 pandemic, what to expect, how long it will take us to realistically develop a vaccine and efforts leading us to a vaccine. How long do we have to live with social distancing?
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    Tags: reopening, covid-19 aftermath

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