Amira Roess is an American scientist and professor of global health and epidemiology.
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- There's the spread of infectious disease, then there's the spread of panic. They have very different mechanisms.
- Amira Roess (2020) cited in "The Wuhan coronavirus seems to have a low fatality rate, and most patients make full recoveries. Experts reveal why it's causing panic anyway." on Business Insider, 31 January 2020.
- Getting the vaccine and the booster are the most important things that you can do to protect yourself against this variant.
- Amira Roess (2021) cited in "Amira Roess Answers Early Questions on the Omicron Variant" on College of Health and Human Services, George Mason University, 7 December 2021.