The new coronavirus seems so strange because it has our full attention in a way most viruses don’t.
Paul Bisceglio"COVID-19 is a severe disease that should be taken seriously, but it’s not all that strange."
This, by @edyong209, is profoundly interesting--a rare story that has influenced my understanding of the very basics of the pandemic.
The U.S. has never had enough coronavirus tests. Now a group of epidemiologists, economists, and dreamers has a new plan to defeat the virus, even before a vaccine is found.
Paul BisceglioCoronavirus testing is on the brink of a revolution.
@yayitsrob and @alexismadrigal, two of the most essential voices on testing, explain the plan that could change the course of this pandemic.
This is a big one
Paul Bisceglio"Thinking about safety as binary isn’t going to cut it anymore. The key to responsibly reopening your life is understanding what makes you and those around you more or less safe at any given moment."
Stay safe out there, friends. theatlantic.com/health/archive… by @amandamull
Virginia and possibly other states are combining results from viral and antibody tests in the same statistic. This keeps Americans from understanding the pandemic.
Paul Bisceglio"In at least one state, Virginia, senior officials are blending the results of two different types of coronavirus test in order to report a more favorable result to the public."
The latest from @alexismadrigal and @yayitsrob has left me speechless.