Our Societal Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic collection is freely available to download and share with colleagues and students. Download 18 review articles from 13 Annual Reviews journals, addressing SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: Newest Research, Vaccines and Immunity, Isolation in a Networked Society, Social Determinants of Health, and Long-term Impacts on Society
The total number of COVID-19 cases worldwide now exceeds the 2 million mark (DiMaio et al., 2020) and as counts continue to increase by the day, so does the ever-growing impact on society. While the global population has experienced extreme changes in day-to-day life, researchers have worked tirelessly to develop vaccines and treatments over the past year to halt the disease and bring the world out of lockdown. From shifting to remote work and home-schooling children to restricting travel and leisure activities, to disrupting supply chains, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on virtually every facet of life.
Our Societal Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic collection is freely available to download and share with colleagues and students. Download 18 review articles from 13 Annual Reviews journals, addressing:
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|ScienceOpen disciplines:||General life sciences, Immunology, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Health & Social care, Public health, Infectious disease & Microbiology|
|Keywords:||COVID-19, coronavirus, infectious disease, pandemic, society, lockdown, social distancing, vaccines, immunity, vaccinations|