Links for you. Science:
Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin versus COVID-19: Grift, conspiracy theories, and another bad study by Didier Raoult
A Comprehensive Guide to Masks: Who needs them, what kind you should wear, when to wear them, and why.
What We Need to Understand About Asymptomatic Carriers if We’re Going to Beat Coronavirus
‘We have no choice.’ Pandemic forces polio eradication group to halt campaigns
The coronavirus test that might exempt you from social distancing—if you pass. There is a lot of hype around the potential for antibody testing to help get us back outside sooner rather than later. Here’s how it works.
Bernie Sanders Taught Democrats How to Be Impatient Again: He is a pivotal figure in modern American political history and a light guiding the country to a better place.
Bernie Sanders: “We Have Won the Ideological Battle”
Coronavirus: A Theory of Incompetence
Why Private Equity Is Cutting Doctor Pay and Organizing Our Pandemic Response
How Will Public Transit Survive the COVID-19 Crisis?
Chris Cuomo, Stay in Bed: He wants to show Americans what Covid-19 looks like. He should show them what a sick day looks like.
How public health failed nursing homes: At least hundreds of long-term care centers have infections — but public disclosure is spotty.
US Government’s Handling of Coronavirus Crisis Has Led to Severe Undercounting of Deaths, Public Health Officials Say
Bobby Mitchell, NFL Hall of Famer and the Washington Redskins’ first black player, dies at 84: When Mitchell joined the Redskins in 1962, they became the last NFL team to integrate.
The sinister new politics of public space: Your prejudice is showing
Keep the Parks Open
As D.C. students struggle to get online, schools and parents rush to fill the void
DC’s pedestrian council and neighborhood groups suggest ways to improve streets during the coronavirus crisis
Advocates Are Calling For D.C. To Close Streets To Ensure Social Distancing
How Will We Know When It’s Time to Reopen the Nation? (my related post here)
As Coronavirus Spread, Financial Services Contractor Told Warehouse Workers They Aren’t Allowed to Get Sick
I Don’t Have Coronavirus. It Might Kill Me Anyway.
The Technology That Could Free America From Quarantine
New Yorker covers
Concrete landscapes by French painter Jean-Pierre Ugarte
One In Three Among Boston Homeless Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, City Officials Say