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Meeting the Challenge of Coronavirus

Scientists, scholars, and physicians across Yale are actively engaged in research, innovation, and clinical efforts to combat COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus). This website seeks to facilitate collaboration at Yale and across the world by transparently communicating our research progress and patient care initiatives.

If you are a member of the Yale community, resources and guidance from the university are available on the Yale COVID-19 website.

Reducing COVID 19 Home-Based Transmission: An Illustrated Summary

If someone in your home has symptoms of COVID-19, there are steps you can take to reduce the risk of infection in yourself and others. Separating the person who is ill and the items they touch, vigilant disinfection, and wearing face masks will help to reduce transmission. It's also important to limit your exposure to others outside your home. Yale School of Medicine PhD student Clara Liao explains more.

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A Coordinated Medical Response: Planning for COVID-19

The onslaught of COVID-19 demanded a coordinated medical response unlike anything we've seen before. When the need for medical providers was dire, Yale doctors, nurses, and medical staff from across all departments answered the call to serve. Read more in YNHH Transforms for COVID-19 Care and Resident/Fellows Step Up to Help.

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