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SOCIAL IMPACT

 COVID-19 is amplifying economic, health, and social inequalities around the world. We bring attention to these inequalities and the ways to possibly mitigate the social impact equitably.

 

Senegal COVID Success

Senegal has seen significant and great success in dealing with the pandemic, able to administer tests which return results in 24 hours,...

Tuberculosis Threat

Tuberculosis kills approximately 1.5 million individuals yearly. During the coronavirus pandemic, the threat and danger of tuberculosis...

COVID Rapid Tests?

Due to the nature of the virus and its ability to spread asymptomatically, reducing testing times has become a top priority. The NIH...

P&G Initiatives for COVID

Just this month, Procter & Gamble has enlisted their advertising expertise and power to launch a “Masks On” campaign. The company hopes...

Visiting A Pool

The CDC has recently informed that it does not appear possible for coronavirus to spread through pools. However, individuals should still...

Immunity Passports - Bad Idea?

The idea of immunity passports seems to be fraught with innumerable criticisms. The idea that an individual's immunological history could...

 

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This site was created by Diana Grigsby-Toussaint, a social epidemiologist at the Brown University School of Public Health. It brings together colleagues from sociology - Antwan Jones (George Washington University), health geography - Imelda Moise (University of Miami) and education - Sarai Coba-Rodriguez (University of Illinois-Chicago) to examine the social impact of COVID-19.

Madeline Noh, a Brown University undergraduate double majoring in public health and anthropology, is the site manager.

 

Health inequalities and the social determinants of health are not a footnote to the determinants of health. They are the main issue.

Sir Michael Marmot