Vaccines, vaccines, vaccines. As we get closer to an approved vaccine in the United States, we all have lots of questions. And on this week's update, Dr. Steven Bishop tries to answer as many of them as possible, from the reasoning behind multiple doses to how they work to what he's going to be looking for in the data. Watch the complete video below and read on for a transcript.
Dr. David Pong filled in for Dr. Bishop on this week's COVID-19 update and discussed the recent exciting vaccine news, the rise in cases across the country, how people can be safe during the holidays, and more. Watch the video below and read on for a recap.
Two big COVID-19 stories this week. First, Pfizer released promising results from their vaccine trial and appear to be headed toward an approval by the end of the year. And second, cases continue to rise and are a definite concern going forward. Hear about all this and more on this week's COVID-19 update with Dr. Steven Bishop. Watch the video below and read on for a full transcript.
On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Steven Bishop discussed new research on a variety of topics, what masks are the best masks, how often you can use an N95 or surgical mask, and more. Watch the full video below or read on for the transcript.
As we head into the holidays, we all want to see our loved ones, our family, our friends. We want to hug them and spend time with them and cherish the time we have together. But we also need to do it safely during COVID-19.
On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Steven Bishop discussed the rising cases we are seeing now in 36 states, whether it's a bad thing that antibodies might decline over time, the prospect of emergency use authorizations from the FDA for a vaccine, what he thinks about traveling in 2021, and more. Watch the video below and read on for the transcript.
2020 will go down in history as the year of COVID-19. We’ve all dealt with COVID-19 as a constant presence in our lives since February. And, as we expected, it’s not going away completely until a vaccine is fully developed and distributed on a broad scale. Unfortunately, that’s unlikely to happen before 2021. That means, as we get deeper into the fall and head toward winter, COVID-19 will remain in our lives. And because of the colder weather, we can reasonably expect an increase in cases. Most respiratory illnesses, the flu included, return as the weather cools and we spend more time indoors. There’s no reason to expect COVID-19 will behave differently. So, what should you be doing to minimize your COVID-19 risk this fall and winter?
On this week's COVID-19 update, Dr. Steven Bishop talked about vaccine development and how an eventual vaccine should be rolled out, the threat of rising cases in some parts of the country, various risk levels for transmission, and more. He also answered many questions from the audience. Watch the video below and read on for a full transcript.