Poland: Covid-19 clears up rapidly after stool transplant to treat bacterial infection

Doctors from Imperial College London and the Medical University of Warsaw have published a letter online in the journal Gut, exploring the use of stool transplants to treat COVID-19 infection, after they used the procedure in two patients for another bacterial infection....More...

UK: Working from home reduces the chance of catching coronavirus by 54% – 76%

The REACT survey 7 from Imperial College London has also shown working from home reduces the chance of catching COVID-19 with those not currently required to work outside the home are 54% to 76% less likely to test positive for SARS-CoV-2 compared to those that did....More...

Imperial College study: 2% of babies born to coronavirus positive UK mothers later test positive for the virus themselves

The proportion of babies born to mothers with confirmed COVID-19, and who subsequently tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus (which causes COVID-19) was 2 per cent in the UK study, and 1.8 per cent in the US study....More...