What can we do?

  1. A sustained decline in the number of new cases of COVID-19 ≥ 14 days
  2. The ability to perform tests for the virus in all people with symptoms of COVID-19, their close contacts, and those in public facing roles
  3. Effective contact tracing capacity to identify all close contacts of people diagnosed with COVID-19 and offer testing to those for whom it is indicated
  4. A prepared healthcare system that can safely care for all patients, including sufficient hospital capacity, workforce, and PPE for healthcare workers

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Dr. Rohr-Allegrini is an epidemiologist and tropical disease scientist currently working to prevent diseases through immunizations.

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