Links for you. Science:
Can Coronavirus Contact Tracing Survive Reopening?
Fairness in NIH grant review panels, in two Twitter polls
Not Just An Acute Infection: The Prolonged Onslaught Of Coronavirus
A Deeper Dive: Implications of Identifying More of the Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae Iceberg (original paper here)
Coronavirus testing indicates transmission risk increases along wildlife supply chains for human consumption in Viet Nam, 2013-2014
I didn’t realize my blood and bones were next (excellent)
Fear in the elevators, plexiglass in the mailroom: Coronavirus has spread inside D.C.’s largest apartment building
My Family Saw a Police Car Hit a Kid on Halloween. Then I Learned How NYPD Impunity Works.
How public housing was destined to fail
Florida changes ICU reporting
As D.C. Moves Into Phase Two, Not All Restaurants Are Setting Their Tables For Indoor Seating
Reports That The ‘Only Confederate Statue’ In D.C. Came Down Missed A Whole Lot At The U.S. Capitol
Can the Aspen Institute’s Elite Economists Beat the Coronavirus Depression?
Vehicle Attacks Rise As Extremists Target Protesters
Jane McAlevey’s Vision for the Future of American Labor
DC is closer to becoming a state now than it has ever been (“Without some tweaks to the Senate rules to prevent Republicans from filibustering statehood, however, it is likely that DC statehood is doomed.”)
Let’s Remember That Teddy Roosevelt Was One of the Founders of American Progressivism
College football on the brink: Push to play undercut by virus outbreaks
This Should Inspire Our Leaders to Do Better. Instead We’ll Get Angry Tweets.
Let It All Burn
This is Vandalism, And It’s Taking Place Inside the House of Government
The Coronavirus Quieted City Noise. Listen to What’s Left.
Trump’s sparse rally crowd enraged him. His advisers just revealed why.
Trump White House officially opposes D.C. statehood ahead of historic vote