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• Vaccines usually take years to develop, but the hope is a workable COVID-19 vaccine could be ready in a matter of months. Some of that research is happening right here in Central Florida. On this episode of Intersection, we talk with three people contributing to the fight to get COVID-19 under control. Read More »
• Scientists are now checking to see if purified blood serum from people who have recovered from COVID-19 might be more than a useful treatment. Perhaps it’s a way to prevent disease in someone else. Read More »
• Florida is now the epicenter of COVID-19 in the U.S. The progression of COVID-19 is predictable: Case counts go up, hospital admissions rise, and then ICU admissions increase. And finally, the death toll rises. We need to hear from doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, environmental staff and administrators about what’s happening on the front lines of the war against COVID-19. Now more than ever, your stories are vital. Are there enough beds and ventilators? Are there staffing shortages? Can the health care system handle the current influx of patients, or will the death toll increase from the scarcity of resources? Take our survey and tell us your story. We won’t use your name without your express permission. You can also choose … Read More »