“From my standpoint, there is no good answer to this,” Dr. Jon McCullers with UT Health Science Center said. Medical experts admit there are both pros and cons – and no clear road map – as area school districts plan to start the school year with either in-person learning, virtual learning, or a mixture of… Read More
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To localize guidance for school reopening during COVID-19, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital has published its own set of guidelines. The guidelines, published Friday, were developed by a task force of local medical professionals over the last three weeks, Dr. Jon McCullers, pediatrician-in-chief at Le Bonheur, said Thursday at a news conference. McCullers is also a… Read More
A critical debate rages on about whether to open up schools for in-person learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. On Tuesday, the Tennessee commissioner of health weighed in as important information was revealed by doctors during a local COVID-19 digital symposium.
A Mid-South doctor who is a key player in the Shelby County COVID-19 Joint Task Force answered questions for us Tuesday on the latest developments surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it’s having on the Mid-South. Dr. Jon McCullers, the chair of the Department of Pediatrics in the College of Medicine at the University… Read More
In a two-hour Zoom symposium Tuesday, experts from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital looked at the coronavirus as scientists, delving into immunity rates, progress on vaccines and two clinical trials here that soon will need volunteers. Also: Local Memphis: https://www.localmemphis.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/covid-19-positivity-rate-leveling-off-in-shelby-county/522-166949c0-0a24-4600-94df-71029fc02b38
In recent weeks, the local case count, positivity rate, and hospitalizations have been “stably bad,” according to University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) pediatrics chair and influenza pandemics expert Dr. Jon McCullers.
Dr. Richard Walker talks about an online event bringing citizens the latest information on COVID-19.
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