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PLOS ONE publishes additional Coronavirus-related papers
Today PLOS ONE added to its collection of COVID-19 papers since we started fast-tracking submissions on January 31st…
PLOS ONE publishes its first Coronavirus-related paper
Open Access and Open Science are critical, especially in times of crisis. The COVID-19 outbreak shows how important it is for medical…
Call for Papers: PLOS Medicine Special Issue on the COVID-19 Pandemic and Global Mental Health
The editors of PLOS Medicine together with Guest Editors Vikram Patel, Daisy Fancourt, Toshi A Furukawa, and Lola Kola announce a…
Improving community readiness for Covid-19 vaccinations
Authors: Sarah Nabukera and Ann Klofkorn Bloome Nations around the world continue to work toward the World Health Organization’s target of…
Just How Many Covid Vaccines Are There? And Other Interesting Numbers
It’s just over 2 and a half years since the genome sequence of SARS-CoV-2 was released, kicking off the Covid vaccine race…
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