Why Doctors are Still Scared of COVID-19

Many of you know that I work in Connecticut, which is currently in the midst of our COVID-19 surge. It’s going OK — pretty intense social distancing up here has made the situation manageable. We haven’t run out of vents. We’re low, but not out of critical medications.

Writing about medicine, science, statistics, and the abuses thereof. Commentator at Medscape. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University.

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F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

Writing about medicine, science, statistics, and the abuses thereof. Commentator at Medscape. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University.

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