University of Washington Pathology Professor Dies of COVID-19
University of Washington Pathology Professor Dies of COVID-19
Stephen Schwartz, known for his work on the vascular system, is the first person associated with the university to succumb to infection with SARS-CoV-2.
University of Washington Pathology Professor Dies of COVID-19
University of Washington Pathology Professor Dies of COVID-19

Stephen Schwartz, known for his work on the vascular system, is the first person associated with the university to succumb to infection with SARS-CoV-2.

Stephen Schwartz, known for his work on the vascular system, is the first person associated with the university to succumb to infection with SARS-CoV-2.

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RNA Extraction Kits for COVID-19 Tests Are in Short Supply in US
RNA Extraction Kits for COVID-19 Tests Are in Short Supply in US
Jef Akst | Mar 11, 2020
Manufacturing sites are ramping up production of reagents needed to isolate SARS-CoV-2’s genetic material—a key step in testing for the virus.
Studies Estimate Incubation Time, Infectious Period of SARS-CoV-2
Studies Estimate Incubation Time, Infectious Period of SARS-CoV-2
Shawna Williams | Mar 10, 2020
It takes a median of five days after infection to get sick, and patients shed the most coronavirus particles early in the illness, according to two new reports.
Watch the Spread of COVID-19
Watch the Spread of COVID-19
Catherine Offord | Mar 5, 2020
Our maps and charts, updated regularly, offer a striking view of the global move of the novel coronavirus.
How COVID-19 Is Spread
How COVID-19 Is Spread
Catherine Offord | Feb 21, 2020
Scientists’ latest understanding of the facts, the suspicions, and the discounted rumors of SARS-CoV-2’s transmission from person to person
Senior Doctor in Wuhan Outbreak Dies from Coronavirus
Senior Doctor in Wuhan Outbreak Dies from Coronavirus
Lisa Winter | Feb 18, 2020
Liu Zhiming is the eighth frontline health-care worker to die from COVID-19, and hundreds more have been infected.
Journals Open Access to Coronavirus Resources
Journals Open Access to Coronavirus Resources
Emma Yasinski | Feb 13, 2020
Nearly 100 academic journals, societies, institutes, and companies sign a commitment to make research and data on COVID-19 freely available, at least for the duration of the outbreak.
Flu and HIV Drugs Show Efficacy Against Coronavirus
Flu and HIV Drugs Show Efficacy Against Coronavirus
Catherine Offord | Feb 3, 2020
Combining the medications improved conditions in patients with severe 2019-nCoV infections, say doctors in Thailand.
Scientists Zero In on the Novel Coronavirus’s Incubation Period
Scientists Zero In on the Novel Coronavirus’s Incubation Period
Emma Yasinski | Jan 31, 2020
Recent announcements from Chinese officials and German doctors suggest that some patients may spread 2019-nCoV during its incubation period, which may last up to 14 days before symptoms emerge.
Going Viral for the Wrong Reasons
Going Viral for the Wrong Reasons
Bob Grant | Jan 30, 2020
What is a publication to do when readers misuse its content?