Links 5/5/20

Links for you. Science:

Coronavirus Antibody Tests: Can You Trust the Results?
How nurses investigate COVID-19 cases
On Covid-19, a Respected Science Watchdog Raises Eyebrows
Can Antibody Tests Help End the Coronavirus Pandemic?
‘Frostbite’ toes and other peculiar rashes may be signs of hidden coronavirus infection, especially in the young


Saving journalism will require some new thinking
Twenty-four hours at the epicenter of the pandemic.
Keep parks open. The benefits of fresh air outweigh the risks of infection.
The essential worker revolution of 2020 will not wait: When clinging to America’s individualistic ideals in a pandemic means letting poor people die in service of the economy, society cannot hold.
The Morbid Ideology Behind the Drive to Reopen America
Democrats, It’s Time to Consider a Plan B
Don Shula, who coached 1972 Dolphins to undefeated season, dies at 90
White House is reviewing guidelines for reopening transit
The Attacks on Tara Reade are Unbelievable Bullshit
The Pandemic May Mean the End of the Open-Floor Office (my take here)
What did April buy?
A modern-day Works Progress Administration could prevent a coronavirus depression in the United States
Why you’re unlikely to get the coronavirus from runners or cyclists
Is It OK To Go To A Park Or Beach? We Asked Six Experts.
We need the real CDC back, and we need it now
The Ultimate Corporate Democrat Versus the Pandemic
‘A Terrible Price’: The Deadly Racial Disparities of Covid-19 in America. For the Zulu club, a black social organization in New Orleans, Mardi Gras was a joy. The coronavirus made it a tragedy.
Nannies Tell the Truth About Working During the Coronavirus
We share what we exhale: A short cultural history of mask-wearing (“…53.1 per cent of female respondents in their twenties said they had worn masks for reasons other than hygiene, of whom 30.2 per cent said they wore them to feel secure, while 51.7 per cent said they did so to conceal the fact that they were not wearing make-up.”)

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