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Why the hospitalization rates on Covid19 are so difficult to model | By Mike Critelli

Why the hospitalization rates on Covid19 are so difficult to model | By Mike Critelli

F0r Covid 19, the modeling is inherently imprecise and error-prone. Moreover, accumulating more data has not materially improved its accuracy and precision.

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Two Different Paths to Succeeding Against the Coronavirus | By Mike Critelli

Two Different Paths to Succeeding Against the Coronavirus | By Mike Critelli

As we have watched others try to figure out the role Chloroquine & other drugs might play in reducing the number of Coronavirus deaths & serious illnesses, I realized that they are speaking from very different frames of reference.

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Threading the Needle on Coronavirus Communications | By Mike Critelli

Threading the Needle on Coronavirus Communications | By Mike Critelli

The exchange among President Trump, Dr Fauci & Alexander raised a profound question of how leaders and the media should communicate on the Coronavirus.

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Why Don’t We Know More About the Coronavirus Risks? | By Mike Critelli

Why Don’t We Know More About the Coronavirus Risks? | By Mike Critelli

A friend's statement of “We don’t know about the scope or seriousness of this virus, so we have to take more drastic steps to control it," made these thoughts come to mind.

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The Coronavirus | By Mike Critelli

The Coronavirus | By Mike Critelli

Viruses like this will keep coming, despite our best efforts, but we can make them much less serious in their consequences if we can create cultures of health in our workplaces, homes, and communities.

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