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Coronavirus and Domestic Violence: What You Should Know

An expert discusses if there is a connection between COVID-19 related stress and incidents of domestic violence and offers guidance on safety measures.

ALL HEALTH INFORMATION

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Bringing COVID-19 Testing to Hard-Hit Communities

COVID-19 has affected more than 66,000 people in Maryland, some areas more than others. Johns Hopkins is leading an initiative to provide COVID-19 testing to hard-hit areas of Baltimore.

ABOUT JOHNS HOPKINS EXPERTISE

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Cell's 'Postal System' Studied to Diagnose, Monitor and Treat COVID-19

A cellular postal system called extracellular vesicles can offer clues about pathogens that may be harboring within cells.

MORE CORONAVIRUS RESEARCH

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Gerry and Georgene Stephens: Savoring Life Together After COVID-19

More than 100 nurses, physicians, other clinicians and support staff cared for a couple hospitalized for COVID-19 at The Johns Hopkins Hospital

MORE PATIENT STORIES

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COVID-19 Daily Report

Get updates on the number of COVID-19 patients at Johns Hopkins Medicine care facilities.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Self-Checker

Check symptoms. Protect yourself. Get information. ​​​​Check now.
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Visit our staff appreciation gallery where you can see how we are caring for patients during the coronavirus pandemic.

Community 'Thank You'

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, our local communities were here to support us!

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A team from Johns Hopkins Medicine helped build a field hospital created at the Baltimore Convention Center in anticipation of an overflow of patients diagnosed with COVID-19.

Teira Torbit wearing a mask

Teira Torbit, a practice administrator for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians in Howard County, explains the ramp up to telemedicine due to COVID-19.

Senior resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital talks about redeployment

Surgical resident James Taylor explains what it was like to be redeployed to a COVID-19 intensive care unit.

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Nisar Yaseen, a family medicine specialist with Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, explains the huge impact of COVID-19 on his job.

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Physical therapist assistant Rob Grader explains how he has been redeployed to help in food services at Howard County General Hospital.

Lolita Moore speaks about implications of COVID19 at her work place

Safety and Security Officer Lolita Moore at Sibley Memorial Hospital balances safety for patients and her family during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Annette Jenkins stacking boxes of clinical gloves

Supply Chain Supervisor Annette Jenkins reminds her staff of their vital role in helping staff and patients be safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Community 'Thank You'
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, our local communities were here to support us!
video chat among Johns Hopkins Medicine staff
A team from Johns Hopkins Medicine helped build a field hospital created at the Baltimore Convention Center in anticipation of an overflow of patients diagnosed with COVID-19.
Teira Torbit wearing a mask
Teira Torbit, a practice administrator for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians in Howard County, explains the ramp up to telemedicine due to COVID-19.
Senior resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital talks about redeployment
Surgical resident James Taylor explains what it was like to be redeployed to a COVID-19 intensive care unit.
Nisar Yaseen video chats colleague
Nisar Yaseen, a family medicine specialist with Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, explains the huge impact of COVID-19 on his job.
Rob Grader holds food of tray
Physical therapist assistant Rob Grader explains how he has been redeployed to help in food services at Howard County General Hospital.
Lolita Moore speaks about implications of COVID19 at her work place
Safety and Security Officer Lolita Moore at Sibley Memorial Hospital balances safety for patients and her family during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Annette Jenkins stacking boxes of clinical gloves
Supply Chain Supervisor Annette Jenkins reminds her staff of their vital role in helping staff and patients be safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Featured Experts

Brian Garibaldi, M.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine
Associate Professor of Physiology
Director, Johns Hopkins Biocontainment Unit
Associate Program Director, Osler Internal Medicine Residency Program

Noreen Hynes, M.D., M.P.H.

Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Geographic Medicine Center of the Division of Infectious Diseases
Medical Director, Tropical Medicine Ambulatory Consultation Service
Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Travel Health Consultation Service

Gabor Kelen, M.D.

Professor of Emergency Medicine
Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
Director, Department of Emergency Medicine
Director, Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response (CEPAR)
Director, Center for the Study of Preparedness and Catastrophic Event Response (PACER)

Lisa Maragakis, M.D., M.P.H.

Associate Professor of Medicine
Senior Director of Infection Prevention, The Johns Hopkins Health System
Hospital Epidemiologist, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Aaron Milstone, M.D., M.H.S.

Professor of Pediatrics
Associate Hospital Epidemiologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital

Lauren Sauer, M.S.

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
 

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