April 13, 2020
April 13: Weekly COVID-19 Coverage Roundup
Here's a roundup of some of the COVID-19 media coverage involving members of our department.
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Hydroxychloroquine is not proven to work against the coronavirus. Why not just try it?
The Washington Post: At least half of COVID-19 patients on ventilators don't make it
Powerhouse Politics: Race Against Time
Philadelphia Magazine: You Can Forget About an Eagles Season This Year, Says Top Penn Doc Zeke Emanuel
The New York Times: Restarting America Means People Will Die. So When Do We Do It?
Boston Globe: The trouble with calling health care workers ‘heroes’
Penn Today: Is the U.S. winning the war against COVID-19?
The New York Times: Will 2020 Be the Year That Medicine Was Saved?
The Philadelphia Inquirer: Coronavirus threat spurs movement of cancer care into homes
Connecticut Public Radio: When Will It Be Safe To Go Back In The Water?
The New York Times: The Way We Ration Ventilators Is Biased
Regulatory Focus: Reagan-Udall Foundation launches COVID-19 treatment hub