2023 Public health stories #19

Curated public health stories for this week from my reading shelf for Week 19 of 2023.


“The declaration that the COVID-19 public health emergency is over doesn’t mean the end of its impact, or of the virus itself. What comes now?”

From Imagining Life After the COVID Public Health Emergency Ends


“Not all U.S. States Struggled Equally Against COVID-19”- A very interesting analysis about U.S. death toll would have looked like if every state had performed as well as New Hampshire.

Read the article from here.

“After 1.1 million reported deaths, more than six million hospitalizations, and three years in which the United States consistently had among the worst mortality rates in the world, the end of the COVID-19 emergency provides a moment to consider how the country could have done better. “


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