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Hartford Courant
Hospital workers who survived COVID-19 are donating blood plasma to give current patients a fighting chance

Register Citizen
My Gene Counsel Partners with UConn Health to Provide Expanded Genetic Counseling Services

Fox 61
From UConn Health now back home | A survivor’s story against COVID-19

Hartford Courant
Connecticut hospitals explore antibody testing for when coronavirus threat fades, but experts warn of limitations

ABC News (National)
COVID-19: What you need to know

WFSB
VIDEO: First responders hold parade for UConn Healthcare workers

CT Mirror
UConn Health using patient blood to fight COVID-19

WTNH
National Guard sets up additional beds at UConn Health for potential coronavirus patients

WFSB
New practices are constant reminder of dangers doctors, nurses face

WFSB
Video: UConn starts program to use blood from recovered COVID-19 patients to treat those currently sick

Hartford Courant
This UConn Health doctor recently finished chemotherapy, and the thought of a PPE shortage is a source of fear and anxiety.

Hartford Courant
How do health care workers protect themselves and decontaminate after exposure to coronavirus?

WNPR
Preliminary Data Raise Questions About Coronavirus Risks For Connecticut Residents Of Color

Fox 61
ICU nurses at UConn; From the front lines, a window into their world

Journal Inquirer
Concern over veterans ceremony: Officials criticize event held after gatherings prohibition

Journal Inquirer
Concern over veterans ceremony: Officials criticize event held after gatherings prohibition

WFSB
‘Doctor answers questions about COVID-19 during pregnancy

Hartford Courant
‘How am I supposed to handle this?’: Connecticut residents 75 and older respond to the COVID-19 pandemic with a mixture of fear and resilience

New London Day
With 3D printer, New London native develops alternative to N95 face mask

Hartford Courant
As COVID-19 spreads through Connecticut, the coming weeks could get much worse, officials say. Here’s what that might look like.

WTNH
UConn Health Physician answers your coronavirus questions