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But they are not real doctors.
Members of the Rutgers community are using 3D printing technology to create personal protective equipment (PPE), such as face shields and intubation boxes, for healthcare professionals during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a press release.
Last Saturday, Lady Gaga was one of many stars to kick off the 8-hour livestream One World: Together at Home concert. More than 20 million viewers tuned in, which was more than both the viewership of this year’s Grammy Awards and Emmy Awards, according to Nielsen ratings. The event raised approximately $128 million for the World Health Organization (WHO) and other coronavirus disease (COVID-19) response efforts.
This is a strange time we’re living in. With coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases all over the globe, I find that every thought I have is directly followed by one related to COVID-19. Even social media, which I thought would be a distraction from all the chaos in the world, is often filled with uninformed opinions about how to handle coronavirus.
“I have never written for a column before, you sure you want to ask me?”
Over the past two weekends, I watched two movies on two completely different topics that are somehow connected to the catastrophe we find ourselves in right now.
As the Rutgers men’s basketball team builds off of a noteworthy season, the Scarlet Knights saw more recognition for their efforts on the court. The Met Basketball Writers Association named head coach Steve Pikiell All-Met Coach of the Year, adding to junior guard Geo Baker earning All-Met First Team honors and sophomore guard Ron Harper Jr. earning All-Met Second Team accolades.
As lockdowns and governmental restrictions continue to force citizens to hunker down in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), protesters have taken arms against their state governments to fight against the impositions.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) held a press conference and announced 3,643 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in New Jersey, bringing the state’s total to 92,387 cases. He also announced 379 new deaths, which is the highest number of reported deaths in a single day and brings the state’s total to 4,753 deaths.
With now more than 2 million infected patients worldwide and no definite end to the coronavirus disease pandemic in sight, it has become more evident than ever that business will not be going back to usual — at least not any time soon.
Last Wednesday, over a virtual conference, late-night talk show host Conan O’Brien asked comedian Keegan-Michael Key what he learned about himself in quarantine.
Various departments in the Rutgers Division of Student Affairs have adapted to offer programs and services to students remotely, according to a University-wide email from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Salvador B. Mena.
Democracy is a system by the people, for the people. It is a message that has been passed on by generations, but unfortunately due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), democracy has been called into question as voters grapple with weighing the value of their ballot and their lives, fearful of possibly catching COVID-19.
With platforms like Netflix Party, Discord and Zoom enabling friends and family to get together for films and fetes, a large number of people are virtually getting together for fun movie marathons.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has jeopardized one of America’s favorite hobbies: shopping. Now that people are scarcely at malls and shopping outlets, there have been a surge in online orders. The United States has experienced a 56 percent increase in online orders year-over-year from March 22 to April 4.
Monica Mazurek, associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has worked in her field for more than 30 years. She spoke on the air quality amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
As head football coach Greg Schiano puts together the final touches on his 2021 recruiting class, he has gotten a number of three-star recruits committed to the Rutgers football program. After securing four new players in early February, Schiano has worked on getting the Scarlet Knights back to their mid-2000s form.
At a press conference today, Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) reported 3,528 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases in New Jersey with an additional 177 deaths. This brings the statewide total to 88,806 cases with 4,377 deaths.
When Sen. Bernie Sanders's (I-Vt.) announced the suspension of his presidential campaign last week, it was met with an uproar from Generation Z.
Rutgers physicians at University Hospital in Newark are calling for blood donations from coronavirus disease (COVID-19) survivors in an effort to treat current patients, according to a press release.