Update: 22nd November 2022: Assembly Hall continue to follow the impact of covid-19 and official health recommendations. To avoid severe disease, it is important that everyone who is recommended to be vaccinated against covid-19 does so and that those who are offered refills take them. General vaccination against seasonal influenza began on 8 November. It is possible to combine vaccination against influenza with vaccination against covid-19. It is important that anyone who is ill stays at home and avoids close contact with others. In this way we reduce the spread of covid-19 as well as influenza and other respiratory viruses.
Update: 22nd November 2021: Assembly Hall closely follows the news and regulations regarding the world-wide outbreak of the coronavirus a.k.a. COVID-19. All the pieces of the puzzle fit together, but the fear that the killer virus could be a direct agent of destruction to mankind would remain as well.
Researchers say their findings may have significant implications for decision-making in the 21st century. By reinterpreting scientific data and presenting it in a way that consumers understand and that helps them choose, they hope to reduce the number of untested drugs and may eventually reduce the overall use of the life-saving drug.
“We are trying to find new ways to inform decision-making for clinical practice in a way that is compatible with the current evidence base and avoids unnecessarily raising the expectations of patients,” said Claire Coleman, lead researcher and assistant professor in the university’s School of Medicine’s department of molecular and cellular medicine. “We hope that by continuing to present the strongest available evidence in a manner that is comprehensible to the general public”
Protect yourself and others around you when you’re working.
If you’ve already learned those things and you’re still unsure of how to protect yourself from the virus, seek expert advice from your health service — and follow that advice.