Saturday Stories: Some Of This Week's Most Important #COVID19 Reads
Jennifer Yang, in The Toronto Star, speaks with 3 of Toronto's health care heroes.
Adam Rogers, in Wired, explains what convalescent plasma is and how it might help treat COVID19.
Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, being Ed Yong and writing an incredible piece on how this pandemic might end.
David Enrich, Rachel Abrams and Steven Kurutz, in The New York Time, on the sewing army rising up to help.
Helen Branswell, in STAT, summarizing all the we've learned to date about the SARS-CoV2 virus.
Daniela J. Lamas, in The New York Times, writing as a critical care physician in Boston on the unfathomable reality she's facing there.
Siddhartha Mukherjee, in The New Yorker, on how the coronavirus behaves inside of our bodies.
Saturday Stories: Still Just Coronavirus Links - Guessing It Might Be This Way For A Little While At Least
Gretchen Reynolds, in The New York Times, answers questions as to the safety of exercising in the face of COVID-19
Cornelia Griggs, in The New York Times, a critical care physician in New York, explains why she needs you to know that the sky is falling.
Yascha Mounk, in The Atlantic, tries to explain why people aren't staying home despite incredible risks and ramifications of not doing so.
Ashleigh Tuite and David Fisman, in The Globe and Mail, both infectious disease epidemiologists, with their thoughts on how we might slow the burn of the COVID-19 forest fire
Aaron E. Carroll and Ashish Jha, in The Atlantic, with their thoughts on how we can beat this coronavirus.
Pam Belluck, in The New York Times, needs you to know that though children uniformly have much milder cases of COVID-19 than adults, some will become seriously ill.
Manny Fernandez, in The New York Times, with a sobering read on how the coronavirus will impact the already impoverished.