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Preregistered Research Articles, while not a new offering at PLOS Biology, offer authors additional guarantee of our commitment to emphasize the…
PLOS ONE publishes additional Coronavirus-related papers
Today PLOS ONE added to its collection of COVID-19 papers since we started fast-tracking submissions on January 31st…
PLOS ONE publishes its first Coronavirus-related paper
Open Access and Open Science are critical, especially in times of crisis. The COVID-19 outbreak shows how important it is for medical…
No one-size-fits-all solution: combination of handwashing, mask-wearing and social distancing best to tackle COVID-19.
Alexandra Teslya, Thi Mui Pham, Noor Godijk, Mirjam Kretzschmar, Martin Bootsma and Ganna Rozhnova from the University Medical Center Utrecht (The…
Who Gets the Vaccine? To ensure vulnerable populations get priority access to a COVID-19 vaccine, we need better health data
Authors: Debra Winberg, Janani Jayesh, Thomas Roades, Dr. Andrea Feigl and Dr. Jenna Patterson of the Health Finance Institute As unfurling the…
The First Phase 3 Safety Picture & the Rise of Emergency Use: Covid-19 Vaccine Race, Month 10
We’re now into the 10th month since sequencing of the genome of SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes Covid-19. We were told, over…
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