September 8, 2020: An earlier version of the article Asthma Is Not Associated with Worse Outcomes in COVID-19 Patients investigated the impact of asthma severity on COVID-19 outcomes. Our conclusion that patients with asthma had less severe outcomes with COVID-19 was incorrect because the data included some patients who did not have COVID-19. Further analysis shows that age is a reasonable predictor for outcomes of COVID-19 for patients with asthma. We’ve updated our analysis to instead look at the effect of asthma by age group.
July 16, 2020: An earlier version of Figure 2 in Delayed Cancer Screenings accidentally omitted week 1 data for 2019 breast cancer screenings, which caused all subsequent values to be shifted.
July 3, 2020: Patients with Multiple Positive COVID-19 Tests was updated July 3 to clarify that the percentage of patients with a second positive test—10.1%—relates to the total number of patients with at least one positive test, not the total number of patients who received a second test.
May 13, 2020: An earlier version of Figure 1 in Obesity and COVID-19 Severity mislabeled the percent of 45-54 year olds who are not obese with unknown outcomes. It is 39.1%, not 52.2%.