Links for you. Science:
The Coronavirus Is Here to Stay, So What Happens Next? There may be two to four more rounds of social distancing before this is over. Here’s what to expect.
Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Surveillance and Containment Measures for the First 100 Patients with COVID-19 in Singapore — January 2–February 29, 2020
Serial Interval of COVID-19 among Publicly Reported Confirmed Cases
#FlattenTheCurve for #COVID19 #coronavirus was an important message because it helped people understand that we care not only about the total number of infections, but also about the timing of these infections. Too many people infected at once, and hospitals get overwhelmed. But we can’t expect to simply #FlattenTheCurve and then ride out the epidemic as it sweeps through the population.
The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2
Biden’s Not the One
Some Economic Responses to the Coronavirus Recession
Congress Wanted Answers From Trump on Coronavirus. He Blew Them Off. Health experts look back now and wonder just how much damage was done by the public not knowing sooner how ill prepared we were.
An Emergency Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
A few ambitious points on fighting the crisis
A scientist-turned-journalist’s thoughts on how ‘we’re in trouble as a species’
A Modest Proposal: Make Sure the Public Knows, in Real Time, When Congresscritters are Dumping Shares
How the Coronavirus Became an American Catastrophe
China Is Not the Hero of the Pandemic
Stop the Coronavirus Corporate Coup
Stephanie Kelton: Just Use ‘the Computer’ to Give People More Money
What I Learned About Coronavirus From Binge-watching 10 Hours of Virus Movies
Grocery shopping during the coronavirus: Wash your hands, keep your distance and limit trips
Bernie Has an Impeccable History With the National Organization for Women. Biden Does Not.
Democrats sound the alarm on Joe Biden’s young voter problem
Save time: Assume Trump is inept and lying
The Costs of Letting Trump Believe His Authoritarian Buddies Instead of His Intelligence Community
We Don’t Have Time for This: Trump’s racism isn’t ancillary to his inept response to the coronavirus pandemic — it is part of it
Trump administration scrambles to offer guidance on what to do if hospitals run out of basic supplies for coronavirus
COVID19 Legacy: The Death of the Avoidable Car Trip?