Infectious Disease Expert Expects ‘Thousands And Thousands’ To Be Vaccinated In Next Few Weeks But Urges PatienceSome people in South Florida have been fortunate to be among the first to get their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine over the last few days.
Dr. Aileen Marty Fields Questions Ranging From Classroom Return To President Trump’s Car RideWith students beginning to return to school Monday amid the COVID pandemic, there are undoubtedly a lot of questions.
Dr. Aileen Marty: In 2 Weeks We’ll Know If Labor Day Gatherings Result In Surge Of COVID CasesFor the most part, it appeared businesses, residents and visitors followed county rules on Labor Day, using caution to prevent another surge in coronavirus infections. But an infectious disease specialist says we won’t know for sure until about two weeks from now.
Signs Point To Spread Of Coronavirus Coming From Family Gatherings, Friendly Get-Togethers“The response in many of the positive patients is that they were at a family gathering or they were at a graduation party,” Dr. Aileen Marty said.
Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty: Coronavirus Numbers ‘Absolutely Going The Wrong Way’ In South FloridaAs COVID-19 cases surge across Florida, there’s growing concern from experts that it's younger people catching the disease.
Coronavirus Q&A: Dr. Aileen Marty Discusses Rarity Of COVID-19 Spread By People Showing No SymptomsOfficials from the World Health Organization say that it appears the spread of COVID-19 by someone who is not showing symptoms appears to be rare.
FIU's Dr. Aileen Marty On New Studies Suggesting COVID-19 Is Aerosolized And The Obesity FactorWe know COVID-19 is highly contagious, but there are some new studies that have found evidence the virus can remain suspended in the air in aerosol particles, according to Dr. Aileen Marty, infectious disease specialist at Florida International University.
Dr. Aileen Marty Fields Questions Ranging From The Flattening Of The COVID-19 Curve To The Development Of Antiviral TreatmentsIs the coronavirus curve flattening in South Florida? To answer that question and many more, Dr. Aileen Marty took the time to speak with CBS4’s Eliott Rodriguez and Rudabeh Shahbazi on Wednesday night.
‘We Could Have Less Deaths If We Applied All Public Health Measures’: Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty On Coronavirus ResponseFrom how America is doing in fighting the coronavirus to dispelling some annoying myths about the disease, FIU’s Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Aileen Marty took the time to speak with CBS4’s Frances Wang on Sunday. The first topic of discussion was about Dr. Anthony Fauci addressing how many Americans could die from COVID-19 -- and then it got real.
Politics And Public Fear Drive Ebola Scare In Miami-Dade The experts at the Centers For Disease Control told Florida Sunday not to expend resources testing a West Africa boy for Ebola.
South Florida Preparing As Ebola Arrives In U.S.Florida international University's Dr. Aileen Marty had a teaching moment about contagions as she addressed a classroom full of future doctors Wednesday.
Miami Doctor Back From Fighting Ebola In West AfricaA Florida International University doctor is back from fighting Ebola in West Africa.
FIU Doctor Joins Team Working To Contain Ebola A doctor who teaches at a South Florida university has left to Nigeria along with a team of experts to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
FIU Expert Joins Ebola War In AfricaAn infectious disease expert from Florida International University who was asked to join an international team of experts working to contain an outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa left Miami on Thursday for Nigeria to work with a World Health Organization outbreak alert and response team.
FIU Expert To Join Ebola War In AfricaAn infectious disease expert from Florida International University has been summoned to join the battle against the Ebola epidemic in Africa. Dr. Aileen Marty was officially called to action Wednesday by the World Health Organization (WHO). It is expected she will be flying overseas within the next few days to join in the effort to contain the outbreak that has killed upwards of 1,000 people, including scores of health care providers.