The United States must be better prepared when the next pandemic strikes
Rich BesserPandemics are inevitable. I served on this @CFR_org Task Force to help ensure we are better prepared next time. Now is the time to begin to learn from COVID19 so that the U.S. and the world are better positioned to cope with what comes next.
As we attempt to address the long term impacts of COVID-19 and the struggle for social justice across the nation, now is the moment to foster meaningful discussions around reimagining and rebuilding our cities. New circumstances are bringing new...
Rich BesserCOVID-19 and social justice are at the forefront of this timely, virtual conference about the future of our cities. I'll be
part of the conversation at American Cities Rebuilding, Oct 14-16. Join me for this free event: wnet.org/cities@WNET@njtv@njspotlightnews
How the world’s greatest public health organization was brought to its knees by a virus, the president and the capitulation of its own leaders, causing damage that could last much longer than the coronavirus.
CNN’s most recent Global Town Hall featured a conversation with five former CDC directors about how the U.S. is handling this pandemic. Check out today’s episode for excerpts from the special, hosted by Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta...
PHOENIX — Four months after a race to reopen state economies led to a summer onslaught of coronavirus infections, several of those same states are moving again to reduce restrictions and return to some semblance of normalcy.
This pandemic is far from over, and we aren’t doing enough to stop it
Rich BesserWith 200,000 deaths and counting, we must do more. We must embrace public health practices—wear masks, social distance, testing and tracing—and follow the world’s top scientists at @CDCgov, @NIH and @US_FDA. My take in @sciam