June 3, 2020

Mayo Clinic COVID-19 News Media Coverage for June 3, 2020

By Emily Blahnik

NBC News, Is the coronavirus airborne? Here's what we know. Additional coverage: Yahoo! News

Washington Post, From the Andes to Tibet, the coronavirus seems to be sparing populations at high altitudes

CBS News, COVID-19 plasma donation: What you need to know

STAT, At Mayo Clinic, sharing patient data with companies fuels AI innovation — and concerns about consent

New York Times, The Most Important Word in the Hospitality Industry? ‘Clean’

Reuters, From Mr. Clean to Michelle Yeoh, how the travel industry plans to woo customers back. Additional coverage: KFGO Radio

Los Angeles Times, Can Operation Warp Speed deliver a COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the year?

USA Today, Coronavirus questions: 10 things we still urgently want to know about COVID-19 in the next 100 days

Wall Street Journal, Softball Alone? If That’s the Only Choice, He’s Game

Yahoo! Finance, It's too early to decide if coronavirus mutations are 'a nonevent': Mayo Clinic Vaccinologist

Star Tribune (Minneapolis), Penguins forward Nick Bjugstad out two months at least after spinal surgery.

Rochester Post-Bulletin, How to safely go to your doctor during the COVID-19 pandemic

Rochester Post-Bulletin, Mayo top recipient of COVID-19 bailout funds in Minnesota

Rochester Post-Bulletin, Couple retire after lifetimes of service at Mayo Clinic

KIMT (SE Minnesota), Mayo Clinic infectious disease expert: ‘Let science lead’

Med City Beat (SE Minnesota), Mayo Clinic expresses cautious optimism as patient volume climbs to 60 percent capacity

WXOW La Crosse (Wisconsin), Mayo Clinic Health System updating visitor policies

WXOW La Crosse (Wisconsin), The importance of making advance directives

WKBT La Crosse (Wisconsin), Mayo Clinic requests plasma donations to help fight COVID-19

WKBT La Crosse (Wisconsin), Silent obstacles: Local deaf woman offers insight about daily lifestyle

WKBT La Crosse (Wisconsin), Local doctor returns from New York City after helping COVID-19 patients, staff

La Crosse Tribune (Wisconsin), Mayo's Pain-Less initiative aims to help curb fear of shots

HealthDay, Is COVID-19 'One and Done?' Experts Ponder Odds for Reinfection. Additional coverage: U.S. News & World Report

MedPage Today, Protests Pose Particular Risks for COVID-19 Transmission

MedPage Today, Alzheimer's Markers Altered With Cancer Drug

MedPage Today, New EXCEL Analysis Stirs the Stent-vs-Surgery Pot Again

Healthcare IT News, AI is helping reinvent CDS, unlock COVID-19 insights at Mayo Clinic

HealthLeaders Media, Registry Tracking Key Coronavirus Clinical Metrics for Seriously Ill Patients

FierceHealthcare, Microsoft's Lee details effort to get 'every single person' who has recovered from COVID-19 to donate plasma

HealthCare Business News, AI software for cardiac echo could help in COVID-19 fight

VentureBeat, AI Weekly: Autonomous vehicle companies pivot to charitable deliveries during the pandemic

Medscape, Pros and Cons of LAA Occlusion Devices vs Anticoagulation

Cardiovascular Business, How health literacy can impact heart failure patients

Renal and Urology News, PET/CT Imaging Potentially Useful in Evaluating mCRPC Treatment Response

Becker’s Hospital Review, Mayo, IU Medicine, Pew health experts tackle patient matching and contact tracing issues

Becker's Hospital Review, Mayo, other systems roll out national plasma donation campaign

Becker's Hospital Review, Where Amazon could go next in healthcare

Architect magazine, Successful Washroom Design in the Age of COVID-19

3DPrint.com, Mayo Clinic Creates Free 3D-Printed Spine Surgery Simulator for Medical Training

WTVQ (Kentucky), Baptist COVID-19 plasma study expanding, donors needed

KYTV (Missouri), Researcher with Ozarks background races to save lives

Toronto Sun, Raptors do their part joining NBA/Mayo Clinic antibodies testing program

Revista Gerente (Columbia), Consejos para salir a la calle y sitios públicos en la "nueva normalidad"

TVN (Chile), Indicadores iniciales: Afirman que plasma de personas convalecientes en tratamiento experimental es seguro para pacientes con COVID-19

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