UF EFTI researchers surveyed American travelers to understand their travel intentions facing the recent coronavirus outbreak
A third of American travelers are concerned about coronavirus on domestic flights, according to a new study from the University of Florida.
“Travel restrictions delay, but do not stop the spread of the virus,” said Ira Longini, a member of the UF Emerging Pathogens Institute.
John Lednicky's past decades of inquiry into coronaviruses have positioned him as one of UF’s go-to experts on the coronavirus.
Computer simulations run by David A. Ostrov show three compounds appear to have the potential to block coronavirus from cells.
Experts at the University of Florida’s Center for OCD, Anxiety & Related Disorders discuss how to know if you or a loved one are experiencing unhealthy levels of anxiety and offer tips to manage it.
The number of American travelers who said domestic air travel should be avoided increased from 32% to 43% in three weeks, according to a new survey.
UF experts discuss how to engage with older friends and family members during the coronavirus crisis while still adhering to social distancing recommendations.
The current crisis highlights the critical need for the federal government to approve and begin manufacturing oxygen therapeutics, said Bruce Spiess.
“You need to assume that you’re carrying the virus, and you need to assume everybody else is carrying the virus," Hudak said.
80 percent of respondents indicated they would get a vaccine for COVID-19 if it were available
"The most important question we're trying to determine is how any people have the virus but are showing no symptoms at all," Dr. Michael Lauzardo, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Florida said.