Links 1/6/21

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Links for you. Science:

Dr. Fauci advises against the British approach of delaying a second dose of vaccine.
Govt proposes to buy bulk subscriptions of all scientific journals, provide free access to all
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Lineage B.1.1.7 in England: Insights from linking epidemiological and genetic data
Investigation of novel SARS-CoV-2 variant: Variant of Concern 202012/01
Interview: Dr. Akiko Iwasaki. Vaccine efficacy, the future of COVID-19, and women in science


When Boston police officers fail to tell the truth, the department rarely calls a lie a lie
Coronavirus vaccine has arrived, but frustrated Americans are struggling to sign up
Brian Urquhart, a foundational leader at the United Nations, dies at 101
Distributional Analysis of the $2000 Survival Checks
Early vaccination in prisons, a public health priority, proves politically charged
Biden To Host Inauguration Eve Memorial To Lives Lost From COVID-19
When will teachers get vaccinated? Some already have — but most are nervously waiting.
How Taiwan Plans to Stay (Mostly) Covid-Free
Jan. 6 will be a glorious tribute to Trump’s failure
Donald Trump’s gift to America: Realizing we’ve never been a liberal democracy
On “Speaking Fees,” Biden and Yellen
How D.C. and its teachers, with shifting plans and demands, failed to reopen schools
He got COVID-19 after working for someone who tested positive but kept it secret (““I confronted Ted and asked why he didn’t tell people instead of putting us through all of this stuff,” said Cy. “And he said, ‘Because I thought I could get away with it.’ Which is probably typical of a lot of people in L.A., and it’s why we still have this problem.””)
An Immune Elite
Missing the forest
The Black Ton: From Bridgerton to Love & Hip-Hop
It Took a Pandemic to See the Distorted State of College Sports
Donald Trump Should Be Prosecuted for His Shakedown of Georgia’s Brad Raffensperger
Do rail projects really cost more in the US than overseas? A new study says no (sort of).
The Customer Is Not Always Right
Sneezed on, cussed at, ignored: Airline workers battle mask resistance with scant government backup

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