2022 Covid Pandemic & Coronaviruses References

Emily Caldwell, “Study finds sensory loss in ~100% of active COVID infections, which is twice as high as self-reports,” Medical Xpress (26 May 2022).

Sara Reardon, “Long COVID risk falls only slightly after vaccination, huge study shows,” Nature (25 May 2022).

Gisele Galoustian, “COVID-19 severity influences prevention more than fear of getting it,” Medical Xpress (11 May 2022).

Diabetes almost doubles risk of death from COVID,” Medical Xpress (10 May 2022).

Sebastian Duchene & Ashleigh Porter, “Why are there so many new omicron sub-variants, like BA.4 and BA.5? Will I be reinfected? Is the virus mutating faster?,” Medical Xpress (10 May 2022).

Sebastian Duchene & Ashleigh Porter, “Why are there so many new omicron sub-variants, like BA.4 and BA.5? Will I be reinfected? Is the virus mutating faster?,” Medical Xpress (6 May 2022).

Ewen Callaway, “Are COVID surges becoming more predictable? New Omicron variants offer a hint,” Nature (6 May 2022).

Joel Achenbach, “Virus mutations aren’t slowing down. New omicron subvariant proves it,” The Washington Post (1 May 2022).

US study suggests COVID-19 pandemic may be accelerating antimicrobial resistance,” Medical Xpress (25 April 2022).

Longer interval between COVID-19 vaccines generates up to nine times as many antibodies,” Medical Xpress (22 April 2022).

Jonathan Latham & Allison Wilson, “Delete, deny, and destroy: Chinese and western strategies to erase covid’s origin are being exposed by independent research,” Independent Science News (21 April 2022).

Dennis Normile, “‘An undebatable political decision’: Why China refuses to end its harsh lockdowns,” Science (22 April 2022).

Jemma Geoghegan et al, “Should we worry about the XE variant? Maybe not yet, but ‘hybrids’ will become more frequent as COVID evolves,” Medical Xpress (11 April 2022).

Bob Yirka, “Global analysis of SARS-CoV-2 genomic surveillance and data sharing shows lags in tracking new variants,” Medical Xpress (30 March 2022).

Sarah Cobey et al, “We study virus evolution. Here’s where we think the coronavirus is going,” The New York Times (28 March 2022).

Prakash Nagarkatti, “What is the new COVID-19 variant BA.2, and will it cause another wave of infections in the US?,” Medical Xpress (23 March 2022).

Anya Kamenetz, “Two years ago schools shut down around the world. These are the biggest impacts,” NPR (15 March 2022).

Ben Turner, “Delta-omicron hybrid variant identified for the first time,” Live Science (11 March 2022).

Nicola Davis, “What is the Deltacron variant of Covid and where has it been found?,” The Guardian (11 March 2022).

China’s scientists are looking for a way out of the zero-covid policy,” The Economist (10 March 2022).

Study confirms SARS-CoV-2 related coronaviruses in trade-confiscated pangolins in Vietnam,” ScienceDaily (9 March 2022).

Linda Geddes, “Scientists seek to solve mystery of why some people do not catch covid,” The Guardian (2 March 2022).

Dennis Normile, “China quietly plans a pivot from ‘zero COVID’,” Science (1 March 2022).

Tina Hesman Saey, “How omicron’s mutations make it the most infectious coronavirus variant yet,” Science News (1 March 2022).

Face masks play a crucial role, new COVID research confirms,” ScienceDaily (1 March 2022).

Erik Robinson, “Study suggests durable immunity against covid-19 variants,” Medical Xpress (28 February 2022).

Peter Dockrill, “Strange evolutionary pace of SARS-Cov-2 mutations is finally revealed in new study,” Science Alert (28 February 2022).

Martin Pengelly, “Coronavirus came from Wuhan market and not Chinese lab, twin studies say,” The Guardian (26 February 2022).

COVID-19 likely to accelerate long-term trends toward declining trust in public authorities,” Phys.org (25 February 2022).

Sweden right not to lockdown for COVID: report,” Medical Xpress (25 February 2022).

Ewen Callaway, “Why does the Omicron sub-variant spread faster than the original?,” Nature (16 February 2022).

Karolinska Institutet, “Why natural killer cells react to covid-19,” Phys.org (21 February 2022).

Laura Spinney, “Pandemics disable people — the history lesson that policymakers ignore,” Nature (16 February 2022).

Beset in mucus, coronavirus particles likely travel farther than once thought, study finds,” ScienceDaily (15 February 2022).

Emily Waltz, “Omicron-targeted vaccines do no better than original jabs in early tests,” Nature (14 February 2022).

David C. Schultz et al, “Pyrimidine inhibitors synergize with nucleoside analogues to block SARS-CoV-2,” Nature (7 February 2022).

Masahiro Yoshida et al, “Local and systemic responses to SARS-CoV-2 infection in children and adults,” Nature (22 December 2021).

Eric Berger, “As Omicron peaks, the US healthcare system is left ‘broken beyond repair’,” The Guardian (4 February 2022).

Meredith Wadman, “Sudden rise of more transmissible form of Omicron catches scientists by surprise,” Science (31 January 2022).

Cassandra Willyard, “What the Omicron wave is revealing about human immunity,” Nature (2 February 2022).

Olivier Thibault, “Vaccines: two centuries of scepticism,” MedicalXpress (31 January 2022).

Vaccine mandates around the world,” MedicalXpress (31 January 2022).

Roanne Keeton et al, “T cell responses to SARS-CoV-2 spike cross-recognize Omicron,” Nature (31 January 2022).

David Adam, “Will Omicron end the pandemic? Here’s what experts say,” Nature (31 January 2022).

Carl Zimmer, “Omicron’s radical evolution,” The New York Times (31 January 2022).

Smriti Mallapaty, “Where did Omicron come from? Three key theories,” Nature (28 January 2022).

Michaeleen Doucleff, “A second version of omicron is spreading. Here’s why scientists are on alert,” NPR (27 January 2022).

How does Omicron spread so fast? A high viral load isn’t the answer,” Nature (26 January 2022).

Current anti-COVID pills work well against omicron, but antibody drugs are less effective,” ScienceDaily (26 January 2022).

Yapeng Su et al, “Multiple early factors anticipate post-acute covid-19 sequelae,” Cell (24 January 2022).

Jennifer Couzin-Frankel & Gretchen Vogel, “In rare cases, coronavirus vaccines may cause Long Covid–like symptoms,” Science (20 January 2022).

Max Kozlov, “Why scientists are racing to develop more COVID antivirals,” Nature (21 January 2022).

Kathy Katella, “Is omicron infection inevitable?,” MedicalXpress (25 January 2022).

Freda Kreier, “Long-covid symptoms less likely in vaccinated people, Israeli data say,” Nature (25 January 2022).

Darren P Martin et al, “Selection analysis identifies unusual clustered mutational changes in Omicron lineage BA.1 that likely impact Spike function,” bioRxiv (18 January 2022).

Omicron ‘sub-variant’ throws up new virus questions,” MedicalXpress (23 January 2022).

Mitchell Willetts, “Where are you most likely to catch COVID? New study highlights high risk locations,” MedicalXpress (21 January 2022).

Nicola Davis, “Covid reinfection: how likely are you to catch virus multiple times?,” The Guardian (21 January 2022).

Rachel Cheung, “As costs mount, how long can China stick with ‘zero COVID’?,” Al Jazeera (20 January 2022).

China stands alone in its attitude towards the pandemic,” The Economist (18 January 2022).

Serena Spudich & Avindra Nath, “Nervous system consequences of COVID-19,” Science (20 January 2022).

Emily Anthes & Sabrina Imbler, “In sewage, clues to Omicron’s surge,” The New York Times (19 January 2022).

Megan Specia, “The Omicron shift in Europe: pandemic or endemic?,” The New York Times (19 January 2022).

Elie Dolgin, “Omicron thwarts some of the world’s most-used COVID vaccines,” Nature (13 January 2022).

Sheena Cruickshank, “COVID: Why T cell vaccines could be the key to long-term immunity,” Medical Xpress (13 January 2022).

Flora Graham, “‘Killer’ T cells still recognize Omicron,” Nature (12 January 2022).

Henry P. Oswin et al, “The dynamics of SARS-Cov-2 infectivity with changes in aerosol microenvironment,” medRxiv (10 January 2022).

Jedidajah Otte et al, “Covid live: Record numbers admitted to US hospitals with coronavirus; Sweden to introduce stricter curbs,” The Guardian (10 January 2022).

T cells from common colds cross-protect against infection with SARS-CoV-2,” medRxiv (10 January 2022).

Sara G. Murray et al, “Is a patient hospitalized ‘with’ covid or ‘for’ covid? It can be hard to tell,” The Washington Post (7 January 2022).

Dan Diamond et al, “In the nation’s hospitals, this covid wave is different,” The Washington Post (6 January 2022).

Some at-home tests may miss Omicron in early stages of infection,” MedicalXpress (6 January 2022).

Max Kozlov, “Omicron’s feeble attack on the lungs could make it less dangerous,” Nature (5 January 2022).

Helen Davidson, “Desperation as China’s locked down cities pay price of zero-Covid strategy,” The Guardian (5 January 2022).

Miranda Bryant et al, “Covid live: warning parts of England’s health service in ‘crisis’; Scotland recalls parliament after record cases,” The Guardian (3 January 2022).

Covid-19 can trigger self-attacking antibodies, even in mild or asymptomatic cases,” MedicalXpress (30 December 2021).

2021 covid & coronaviruses references.
2020 covid & coronaviruses references.