Tag: Coronavirus Patients

Innovation, Patient Experience

Coronavirus patients describe symptoms that last a month or more

May 1, 2020


Teresa Rodriguez knew something was wrong when she lost her sense of smell. She was cooking dinner with her daughter, and it hit her that something was off. The following morning, on March 23, she woke up feeling extremely tired, […]


Italy’s coronavirus death toll tops 8,000 as EU leaders fail to present new stimulus

March 27, 2020


The coronavirus death toll has surpassed 8,000 in Italy, erasing some of the hope seen earlier this week when the number of reported deaths seemed to have slowed down. The southern European country has struggled to contain the virus since […]


Shuttered Hospitals Re-Opening Across U.S. For Coronavirus Cases

March 25, 2020

Via: Forbes

Hospitals that only recently were closed after struggling financially are now being re-opened by state and local governments to treat the sickest of patients stricken by the Coronavirus strain COVID-19. In the south Chicago suburb of Blue Island, Ill., for […]

Innovation, Research

There’s An Unexpected Loss Of Smell And Taste In Coronavirus Patients

March 20, 2020

Via: Forbes

One of the most unusual symptoms of coronavirus (COVID19) infection is the loss of a sense of smell and taste. I learned about this yesterday from a friend in Italy who I’ve been so worried about. She finally confessed that […]


US Policies Will Drive Suspected Coronavirus Patients Underground, Fueling An Epidemic

March 3, 2020

Via: Forbes

There is no little irony that the administration’s policies, which they claim are to “protect” the country, will likely fuel an epidemic of coronavirus, or COVID19. There are several ways that is likely to happen. First, there is xenophobia and […]