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As our understanding of how diseases and the germs that cause them evolved, so did the use of face coverings or masks to prevent them.
Covid-19 numbers – infection and death rates – are difficult to tally so we need to be prepared for re-infection surges when the MCO is lifted.
With the number of cases still increasing, social distancing measures are critical to avoid overwhelming our healthcare system.
The question of how many resources we need to treat Covid-19, and its comparison with the flu, is explored in this second of two articles on the disease's statistics.
The question of whether we have sufficient data to determine the infection and death rates of Covid-19 is explored in this first of two articles on the disease's statistics.
With the Covid-19 disease spreading to more and more countries, this second of a two-part article looks at what we know about treatment strategies and the risk of dying from the virus.
There are increasing reports of monkey malaria, most of which are due to P. knowlesi, and which has established itself as the fifth Plasmodium species that infects humans.
Most people infected by the Japanese encephalitis virus do not develop any symptoms. However, approximately one in 200 infections result in severe brain inflammation.