Links 4/19/20

Links for you. Science:

Why it’s so hard to see into the future of Covid-19
The only way this ends: herd immunity
Squirrel-eka! Scientists in Britain have sequenced the genetic code of the squirrel.
ICU doctors already know how to get covid-19 patients off ventilators faster. Sticking to safety protocols developed over the past 20 years would help — even in a crisis. (not qualified to judge)
Introductions and early spread of SARS-CoV-2 in the New York City area


The 25th Amendment Exists for a Reason
A New Statistic Reveals Why America’s COVID-19 Numbers Are Flat
Donald Trump Says ‘People’ Knew Coronavirus Was Bad Early On and ‘People’ Didn’t Want to Talk About It
As Washington DC Faces Coronavirus Spike, Secret Military Task Force Prepares to Secure the Capital
‘Can’t Pay May’ Is a New York Rent Strike Hoping to Force Governor Cuomo to Cancel Rent
Trump refuses to lead a country in crisis
Hundreds of nursing homes with cases of coronavirus have violated federal infection-control rules in recent years
Virus models predict possible outcomes. We can fight to stop the worst ones. We don’t need coronavirus projections to know we need to act to save lives.
Our Pandemic Summer: The fight against the coronavirus won’t be over when the U.S. reopens. Here’s how the nation must prepare itself.
Instead of Challenging Joe Biden, Maybe the Green Party Could Help Change Our Democracy
As testing outcry mounts, Trump cedes to states in announcing guidelines for slow reopening
How Donald Trump Ruined the Navy
Behind closed doors, Trump’s coronavirus task force boosts industry and sows confusion
The McMansion Hell Yearbook: 1973
Dereliction of Duty Donnie et alia are attacking WHO for failing to do things that WHO…has no authority to do.
Millennials Don’t Stand a Chance
How COVID-19 Showed America’s Dependence on Blue-Collar Workers
Are They Doing All They Can Do
Should Bernie Sanders Have Campaigned Like Elizabeth Warren?
In Pursuit of PPE

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1 Response to Links 4/19/20

  1. kaleberg says:

    I remember that in the 1970s, there were a lot of cops vs feds television shows. This was a common plot line on Kojak, for example. Will we soon have doctor shows which are basically doc vs feds? The opportunity is there.

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