COVID-19: Meat Processing Personnel, School Opening Problem and Nosocomial Infections

It is widely recognized that the meat processing industry has been hit hard; here’s the data: more than 16,000 cases in April-May from 23 reporting states:


School opening decisions are now being worked out.  While reports have indicated that school opening is going fine in many places in Europe, their caseload is much much lower.

From Mike Lukovich’s Twitter Feed:

Related blog post: What Our Office is Recommending: Schools and IBD Patients

Also: this link, RIVM Children and COVID-19, describes experience with opening schools in Europe and Australia



Also, an interesting Wall Street Journal Article (Behind Paywall): Hospitals Struggle to Contain Covid-19 Spread Inside Their Walls

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