The Department of Energy (DOE) is working closely with our workforce, National Laboratories, and communities to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Department established the DOE COVID-19 Hotline to answer employees’ COVID-19 related questions and for the DOE workforce to report potential or confirmed COVID-19.
DOE's Efforts to Fight COVID-19
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An imaging technique pioneered by Berkeley Lab is helping reveal the best antibodies for COVID-19 detection
In two recent studies, researchers using the Advanced Photon Source have identified...
Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have determined that heating N95 respirators up to 75 degrees...
A new modeling study suggests vigorous ventilation can cause spike in viral concentrations.
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This Framework outlines the requirements to protect the health and safety of the workforce for a safe reentry to DOE Federal facilities as well as the reentry schedule for the safe accomplishment of the DOE mission in a COVID-19 environment.Learn More