Allison Aubrey, 88.5 WFDD

Allison Aubrey

88.5 WFDD

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Allison:

President-Elect Biden Has A Plan To Combat COVID-19. Here's What's In It

Coronavirus cases are surging around the country. How will Joe Biden manage the pandemic differently, once he takes office in January? Expect a more centralized U.S. response plan, his team says. → Read More

NPR

President-Elect Biden Has A Plan To Combat COVID-19. Here's What's In It

Coronavirus cases are surging around the country. How will Joe Biden manage the pandemic differently, once he takes office in January? Expect a more centralized U.S. response plan, his team says. → Read More

Coronavirus Is A Key Campaign Issue: What's Joe Biden's Plan?

With cases surging, the coronavirus pandemic is heating up as an election issue. Voters have seen President Trump's approach to the crisis play out in real-time, but how would Biden handle things? → Read More

NPR

Coronavirus Is A Key Campaign Issue: What's Joe Biden's Plan?

With cases surging, the coronavirus pandemic is heating up as an election issue. Voters have seen President Trump's approach to the crisis play out in real-time, but how would Biden handle things? → Read More

NPR

Will Kids Get A COVID-19 Vaccine? Pfizer To Expand Trial To Ages 12 And Up

Pediatricians have been asking policy makers to include children in COVID-19 vaccine trials. Now, the FDA has given Pfizer approval to enroll adolescents as young as 12 years old. → Read More

NPR

Trump Receives Experimental Drugs For COVID-19. Here's What Doctors Are Watching For

Trump has already received an infusion of Regeneron's experimental antibody cocktail. Here's a look at other treatments and tests he's likely to get as doctors monitor his condition in coming days. → Read More

NPR

A COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Only 50% Effective. Is That Good Enough?

Scientists are racing to develop a vaccine that proves "safe and effective." It may not prevent infection in everyone who gets it, but it still could eventually stop the pandemic. Here's how. → Read More

A COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Only 50% Effective. Is That Good Enough?

As scientists race to develop a vaccine that proves "safe and effective," that doesn't mean it will prevent infection in everyone who gets it. Though it might eventually stop the pandemic. Here's how. → Read More

A COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Only 50% Effective. Is That Good Enough?

As we get closer to a COVID-19 vaccine, it's exciting to imagine a day when the virus is gone. But a vaccine will not be a magic bullet. In fact, it → Read More

NPR

Coronavirus News Roundup: A COVID-19 Therapy Makes Headlines

Cases are circulating widely in parts of the U.S. The FDA announced emergency use for convalescent plasma. And when will we have a spit-on-a-stick COVID-19 test? → Read More

To Keep Campuses Safe, Some Colleges To Test Students For Coronavirus Twice A Week

Some colleges are betting on new, proprietary tests they've developed to keep the college safe. The idea is, test everyone at least twice a week and you can catch most infections early. → Read More

NPR

Can Testing Students For Coronavirus Twice A Week Prevent Campus Outbreaks?

Some colleges are betting on new, proprietary tests they've developed to keep the college safe. The idea is, test everyone at least twice a week and you can catch most infections early. → Read More

To Keep Campuses Safe, Some Colleges To Test Students For Coronavirus Twice A Week

Updated 4:10 p.m. ET As students return to the campus of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign this month, they will be tested for COVID-19. And, then → Read More

NPR

U.S. Hits More Than 5 Million Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus

One issue with controlling the spread of COVID-19 is the lack of fast testing. Some universities are using new, faster tests as students return. Experts say the country could benefit from such tests. → Read More

NPR

How Safe Is Your School's Reopening Plan? Here's What To Look For

As schools weigh the risks of reopening, many are making plans to lower the risks of coronavirus transmission. Here's how to vet your school's proposals. → Read More

How Safe Is Your School's Reopening Plan? Here's What To Look For

As schools across the country grapple with bringing kids back into the classroom, parents — and teachers — are worried about safety. We asked pediatricians → Read More

Kids Get Coronavirus, But Do They Spread It? We'll Find Out When Schools Reopen

Studies show children have lower rates of COVID-19 and have milder symptoms than adults. But there's less information on how much kids spread the coronavirus, which is key to safely reopen schools. → Read More

Kids Get Coronavirus, But Do They Spread It? We'll Find Out When Schools Reopen

As scientists study the burden of COVID-19 around the globe, it's pretty clear that despite some cases of serious illness, kids tend to get infected → Read More

Kids Get Coronavirus, But Do They Spread It? We'll Find Out When Schools Reopen

Studies show children have lower rates of COVID-19 and have milder symptoms than adults. But there's less information on how much kids spread the virus, which is key to safely reopen schools. → Read More

NPR

Kids Get Coronavirus, But Do They Spread It? We'll Find Out When Schools Reopen

Studies show children have lower rates of COVID-19 and have milder symptoms than adults. But there's less information on how much kids spread the coronavirus, which is key to safely reopen schools. → Read More