COVID-19 Update—Critical Care and Pandemic Response
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In the midst of rising COVID-19 case rates globally, Derek C. Angus, MD, MPH, and Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH, return to JAMA's Q&A series to update viewers on developments in the pandemic and the critical care management of COVID-19 patients. Dr Angus is Chief Health Care Innovation Officer at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, professor and chair of Critical Care Medicine, and a senior JAMA editor. Dr Walensky is Chief of Infectious Diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital and a professor at Harvard Medical School. Recorded November 19, 2020.

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