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:
- Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Shows Promising Early Results, by Denise Grady. It’s only 8 people, and it’s only phase 1, but it’s progress.
- ‘I Can’t Turn My Brain Off’: PTSD and Burnout Threaten Medical Workers, by Jan Hoffman. Medical workers are at risk for mental health issues because of work and the pandemic.
- America’s Patchwork Pandemic Is Fraying Even Further, by Ed Yong. Always read Ed Yong.
- Group fitness class responsible for more than 100 coronavirus cases, study warns, by Vincent Barone. A CDC report should concern us all as gyms open.
- Lockdown Delays Cost at Least 36,000 Lives, Data Show, by James Glanz and Campbell Robertson. Based on a new study.
Documents for your review:
- Pandemic Resilience: Getting it Done. From the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard. This is a plan with some heft, providing numbers and benchmarks. Worth a read.
What I’m writing:
- How to Make Summer Camp Work. I wrote about the things camps (and parents) should consider to make things safer.