This will be an ongoing, weekly post that will highlight the things you should have read (at least in MY opinion).
Articles you might have missed:
- As States Rush to Reopen, Scientists Fear a Coronavirus Comeback, by Donald G. McNeil Jr. at the NYT. I feel like Don wrote this so the rest of us didn’t have to.
- Breaking Down the MLB Owners Proposal to Get Baseball Back on the Field, by Matt Loede at Sports Illustrated. How do we get back to normal in sports? MLB has a plan.
- How to Reopen America Safely, by Marty Markary of Johns Hopkins. His thoughts on how we can move towards reopening more safely.
- How Hong Kong Did It, by Zeynep Tufekci at The Atlantic. The title says it all.
- Opening schools might be safer than you think, by Emily Oster at The Washington Post. She thinks camps could be a testbed for how to move forward.
What I’m writing:
- Too Many States Are Flying Blind Into Reopening. Not Indiana. Indiana just completed the first statewide random sample survey of COVID-19. I covered the results at the NYT.
What I’m reading:
- ‘I Wish I Could Do Something for You,’ My Doctor Said, by Mara Gay. This is a dangerous disease even for the young and healthy.