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In recognition of #OAWeek  2020, the Lancet family of journals invite you to learn more about our continually developing #openaccess  programme 2020 #openscience  #OAWeek2020 

Editor's Pick on The Lancet's #COVID19  Resource Centre—An Article in @LancetLongevity  maps the physical access to health care for older adults in sub-Saharan Africa and discusses the implications for COVID-19 response

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There is a global database that aggregates seroprevalence studies for COVID-19: It is documented in this paper in the Lancet:

From peer review, through our in-house editing process, production, to publication and beyond, the entire Lancet team brings a wealth of expertise in scholarly publishing. During #OAWeek , learn about the journey of a paper at @TheLancet  journals 20 #OAWeek20 

In the Lancet, a consensus statement from experts (virologists, epidemiologists &c) on Covid strategies – essentially, short-term restrictions so we can build functioning TTI systems, because they won't work in an uncontrolled outbreak. Via @Dr_Beale_ 

In recognition of #OAWeek  2020, the Lancet family of journals invite you to learn more about our continually developing #openaccess  programme #openscience  #OAWeek20202020 

Preliminary results show Chinese #COVID19  vaccine candidate safe, elicits antibody response in all recipients: The Lancet

A Chinese #COVID19  vaccine candidate based on the inactivated whole SARS-CoV-2 virus is safe and elicits an antibody response, according to the findings from a small early-phase randomised clinical trial published Thursday in The Lancet.

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The Lancet: "The current rate of operational false-positive swab tests in the UK is unknown; preliminary estimates show it could be somewhere between 0·8% and 4·0%." [i.e. when your crazy uncle insists that Covid is all false positives, he's wrong.]

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Today, three of the authors have retracted "Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis" Read the Retraction notice and statement from The Lancet

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The Philippines ranked 66th out of 91 countries in terms of suppressing the spread of the coronavirus disease, according to The Lancet, an international medical journal. Here’s the rundown of countries that lead the world in combating COVID-19:

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Spain's large-scale study on the coronavirus indicates just 5% of its population has developed antibodies, strengthening evidence that a so-called herd immunity to Covid-19 is "unachievable," the medical journal the Lancet reported

Promising news out of UK on treatment and vaccine research. Lancet says Oxford vaccine candidate: “The early stage trial finds that the vaccine is safe, causes few side effects, and induces strong immune responses in both parts of the immune system”

Seriously ill Covid-19 patients who were treated with hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine were more likely to die or develop dangerous heart arrhythmias, according to a large observational study published Friday in the medical journal The Lancet.

Just published: Two new studies on the novel coronavirus. All Lancet#coronavirus  content is fully and freely available at our 2019-nCoV Resource Centre

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One of the world's most prestigious medical journals, the Lancet, has strongly condemned actions by the Trump administration that they say "chipped away" at US capacity to combat Covid-19.

An incredibly unusual editorial by The Lancet, one of the world's most prestigious medical journals: "Americans must put a president in the White House come January, 2021, who will understand that public health should not be guided by partisan politics..."

Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of the lancet'>UK-based Lancet medical journal, wrote Trump’s decision to defund WHO: “a crime against humanity … Every scientist, every health worker, every citizen must resist and rebel against this appalling betrayal of global solidarity.”

Statement from The Lancet in response to President Donald Trump’s May 18 letter to Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization

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