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Experts debate safety of ibuprofen for COVID-19
By Dr. Chloë E. Nunneley, Dr. Vinayak Kumar and Sony Salzman
March 19, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Chloë E. Nunneley, Dr. Vinayak Kumar, Sony Salzman , ABC News
COVID-19 can last a few days on surfaces, according to new experiment findings
New government-funded experiment shows that the virus can survive on surfaces such as plastic and stainless steel for up to three days.
March 13, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Vinayak Kumar, Sony Salzman , ABC News
Texas, Florida may be the next hot spots for COVID-19
By Dr. Vinayak Kumar
April 2, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
Surprising COVID-19 hot spots: Why coronavirus still threatens rural areas
By Dr. Vinayak Kumar
April 4, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
Open by Easter? Relaxing coronavirus restrictions too soon could backfire.
By Dr. Chloë E. Nunneley and Dr. Vinayak Kumar
March 27, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Chloë E. Nunneley, Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
9 ways coronavirus changed treating patients
By Dr. Delaram J. Taghipour and Dr. Vinayak Kumar
April 26, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Delaram J. Taghipour, Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
Coronavirus pandemic: How our preparation in the US now could shape our future
Some experts have warned that if the United States experiences a sudden rush of patients, the healthcare system will be overwhelmed.
March 16, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
Shelter in place does not mean shelter on the couch: How to stay healthy when COVID-19 sheltering
By Dr. Vinayak Kumar
April 9, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
COVID-19 has been compared to the flu. Experts say that's wrong.
By Dr. Vinayak Kumar
March 27, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
How hospitals can handle an influx of patients with COVID-19
There are now more than 1,000 confirmed cases in the U.S.
March 11, 2020 Story from Health Dr. Delaram J. Taghipour, Dr. Vinayak Kumar , ABC News
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