ICYMI – The COVID-19 week in review (May 22, 2020).

ICYMI – The COVID-19 week in review (May 22, 2020).

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:

  1. 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.
  2. ‘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.
  3. America’s Patchwork Pandemic Is Fraying Even Further, by Ed Yong. Always read Ed Yong.
  4. 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.
  5. 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:

  1. 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:

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