Links 4/5/21

Links for you. Science:

Why It Pays to Think Outside the Box on Coronavirus Tests
Viral load and contact heterogeneity predict SARS-CoV-2 transmission and super-spreading events
Estimation of secondary household attack rates for emergent spike L452R SARS-CoV-2 variants detected by genomic surveillance at a community-based testing site in San Francisco
What the world can learn from New Zealand’s Covid-19 bin mystery
Separating elephant species shows they are closer to extinction than scientists thought


Only Biden Can Usher In Full Communism
My New Band Is: Teenage Mistake
DC Health Launches 24/7 Hotline for Preventive Treatment of HIV
Biden Is About to Undo Trump’s Judiciary Project
Does SoHo, Haven for Art and Wealth, Have Room for Affordable Housing?
Traffic stops make poverty a crime, retired Birmingham police captain says
LAPD violence in Echo Park enforced class divisions, not public safety
The costs of a secretive ‘wealth defense industry’ of shell companies, offshore tax havens, and empty luxury condos
This grand Moscow store was a land of plenty since the czars. Its 120-year run is near an end.
Historic Board Says Transformer Sculptures Can’t Remain In Georgetown (boo! hiss!)
House Committee Chairs
The Surprising Success of Sputnik V
Covid vaccinations are free — but they’re taking a toll on local pharmacies’ bottom lines
China Is Missing from the Great Inflation Debate
Capital crossings: Washington is a city of great bridges and terrible bridges. These are their stories.
Why Joe Biden’s Economic Plan Includes Home Health Care, Not Just Roads And Bridges
How Wisconsin turned around its lagging vaccination program — and buoyed a Biden health pick
It’s anything but the economy, stupid
Feeling Desperate and Impatient, D.C. Residents Are Traveling to Get Vaccinated Elsewhere
Covid Has Made Where You Live Matter Even More
The pandemic crime surge is a policing problem

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1 Response to Links 4/5/21

  1. John Kane says:

    The Surprising Success of Sputnik V

    What is really surprising is the “shock” and “total ignorance” of western commentators who have been so surprised that Russia can do this.

    Let me see: Institute with long term experience in vaccine development including Ebola and MERS and probably institutional memory going back to the TB vaccines in the 1950s or 1960s

    Good knowledge of Russian and international production capacities.

    Great partnership with the Russian Sovereign Wealth organization which has the organization abilities and international contacts to deliver results around the world.

    The only surprise is the Western surprise.

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