When will we get to have restaurants, bars, workplaces, parties, sports, and airports again? We don't know yet, but here's the range of possibilities:
How long will we have to live like this? gives me answers I don’t like but am nonetheless deeply grateful for
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How long will we have to live like this? lays out four possible timelines for life returning to (somewhat) normal
"Come summer, Americans might get restaurants but no music festivals, offices but no crowded beaches, bars with spaced-out seating."
How long will we have to live like this? Four possible timelines for life returning to (somewhat) normal, from one month to 18 months (or more), by via #SocialDistancing #COVID19
.: “Prematurely ending severe social distancing would be an incredible blunder that would have major human consequences. What is ‘prematurely’? The truth is, we don’t know yet, exactly, but it’s longer than a fortnight.”
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(The Atlantic is making vital coverage of the coronavirus available to all readers.) How long will we have to live like this? lays out four possible timelines for life returning to (somewhat) normal
Reading between the lines of this story, even a better-case scenario makes it really tough for the NFL to start up in the fall. Best case for MLB: Summer games without fans.
How long will we have to live like this? lays out four possible timelines for life returning to (somewhat) normal
. outlines several scenarios for how soon things get back to (relatively) normal after #COVID19. Joe once interviewed me, so I can vouch for him as a diligent & hardworking journalist. Bonus: epidemiologist interviewed at length.
"Hanage thinks that sports leagues might resume in the summer but without crowds, and that TV shows might forgo studio audiences. Meanwhile, stores might cap the number of shoppers allowed in at once."