Researchers evaluated the epidemiologic, clinical, and household transmission characteristics of infection with the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant among children.
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Researchers assessed maternal antibody responses and transplacental transfer among women who were infected with or vaccinated against COVID-19 during pregnancy.
Researchers described the effects of oral tecovirimat treatment in 2 men with monkeypox virus-associated severe proctitis.
Investigators collected specimens from the residence of 2 individuals with confirmed monkeypox infection to assess the potential for indirect transmission of monkeypox virus in household environments.
A State Disaster Emergency was declared in New York due to evidence of circulating poliovirus.
Researchers assessed the rate of COVID-19 reinfection during the Omicron wave among individuals in Iceland.
Dr Robert Popovian discusses access to immunization services among adults in low-income communities and efforts to expand pharmacists’ authority to administer vaccines to increase vaccination rates for this vulnerable population.
Researchers evaluated the effect of adjuvant colchicine with standard therapy among patients with moderate and severe COVID-19 infection.
Researchers assessed the rate of inappropriate antibiotic prescriptions among older adults diagnosed with COVID-19 infection at outpatient settings.
In this ninth update to the living guideline on COVID-19 therapeutics, the World Health Organization evaluates the use of nirmatrelvir/ritonavir for nonsevere COVID-19 and revises prior recommendations regarding the use of remdesivir.
Graham M. Snyder, MD, MS, provides further insight into a study that evaluated the effects of an early return-to-work program that reduced the quarantine period for clinicians who remained asymptomatic after exposure to COVID-19.
In this Q&A, Erica Johnson, MD, discussed the transition from pandemic to endemic in regard to COVID-19 infection.
Researchers conducted an external validation study to determine whether a machine learning model accurately predicts the risk for clinical deterioration in patients hospitalized with COVID-19 infection.
Researchers conducted a study that compared voter turnout between physicians and the general population for US elections held between 2000 and 2020.
Researchers sought to assess the risk for COVID-19-related hospitalization or death among patients with immune-mediated inflammatory diseases receiving treatment with tumor necrosis factor inhibitors.
Researchers sought to compare the risk for hospital and emergency department admission for the treatment of COVID-19 among patients infected with the Alpha variant vs those with the Delta variant.
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