Coronavirus and the attendant uncertainty has made family planning more fraught than ever.Alison Gemmill is quoted.
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Understanding the reason why we can’t hug and touch those we love during the pandemic is one thing. Dealing with the effects of that are still proving very difficult for many. Elizabeth Stuart is quoted.
We asked more than 500 epidemiologists and infectious disease specialists when they expect to restart 20 activities of daily life, assuming that the coronavirus pandemic and the public health response to it unfold as they expect.Stephane Helleringer, Alison Abraham, Elizabeth Ogburn, Elizabeth Stuart and Amber D’Souza are quoted.
A recent survey provides a snapshot of where Americans see the most danger — and where they’re most out of sync with experts. Faculty Associate Elizabeth Stuart is quoted. 14 other JHSPH experts are featured on the panel.
The Trump administration has been moving quickly to distribute CARES Act funding to hospitals and doctors, but providers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are worried they will be shortchanged. Faculty Associate Gerard Anderson is quoted.
“Shelter in place” is a dictate that assumes the existence of shelter — the safe, stable, controlled environment that poor people often lack. “The pandemic is a reminder that privacy is at a premium among the poor — hard to find and extremely valuable.” Faculty Associate Stefani DeLuca is quoted.
Instead of intensifying the isolation of marginalized people in ways that will only further endanger their health, we can tap into the sense of communal responsibility generated by the pandemic and extend the boundaries of compassion, especially for sex workers and drug users. Faculty Associate Susan Sherman wrote the op-ed.
Not only do disasters have little effect, if any, on birthrates, the coronavirus pandemic will probably discourage couples from having children, experts say Faculty Associate Alison Gemmill is featured.
Hospitals are seeing massive revenue losses during the coronavirus pandemic, and their workers are taking a direct financial hit. Faculty Associate Gerard Anderson is quoted.
Marilyn Mosby, State’s Attorney for Baltimore City, has urged Gov. Larry Hogan to set free all inmates over the age of 60 in state prisons, anyone approved for parole, and all prisoners scheduled to complete their sentences within the next year amidst the potentially explosive COVID-19 within detention centers. Faculty Associate Susan Sherman, Saba Rouhani and Ju Park co-wrote […]