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We are spectacularly underselling the good news about the pandemic right now

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD


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Peak month for flu season. Source CDC

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD

Is it true that flu activity is below normal?

Are people who actually have the flu being categorized as COVID cases instead?


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HeLa human fibroblast cells, image created by Tom Deerinck, NIGMS, NIH. Source: National Cancer Institute, public domain

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD


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Best pandemic news to date

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD


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Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD


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Repeat symbol courtesy of ClipArtKey

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD


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Pulse oximeter device. Public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia.

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD

“Structural racism” is vague. An article showed me how it actually can impact COVID mortality.


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Data from The Economist

By Amy Rogers, MD, PhD

Dr. Amy Rogers

Amy Rogers, MD, PhD, is a Harvard-educated scientist, novelist, journalist, and educator. She blogs about coronavirus at AmyRogers.com

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