SARS-COV-2

Children, adults equally vulnerable to coronavirus infection

The study shows a relatively high rate of household transmission when at least one member is infected.


SARS-CoV-2-like particles very sensitive to temperature

A new study suggests that as temperatures get cooler, particles on surfaces will remain infectious longer.


How does the COVID-19 vaccine work?

The vaccines use a new approach to train our bodies in fighting SARS-CoV-2 infection.


COVID-19 antibody tests can guide public health, policy decisions

It’s too soon to use COVID-19 antibody testing to issue “immunity passports,” but they are good enough to inform public health decisions.


A woman doctor wearing a face mask looks through the window at a woman who may have COVID-19 at a drive-up testing site.

You asked. U of U Health answered. #COVID19FAQs

Answers you need now.


5 ways that U scientists are addressing the COVID-19 pandemic

Within a few short weeks, more than a dozen new research studies have popped up across the U to study coronavirus.


Physicists test coronavirus particles against temperature, humidity

One of the biggest unknowns about the coronavirus is how changing seasons will affect its spread. U physicists have received the university’s first COVID-19-related grant to tackle the question.