Saturday, April 25, 2020

Saturday Stories: The Week in #COVID19 And Some Stories Worth Reading

Angeline Bernadel, LPN at West River Healthcare in Milford, died of COVID19 on April 4th, 2020, may her memory be a blessing
Achal Prabhala and Ellen ‘t Hoen, in The Guardian, on our eventual COVID19 treatment and cure and its inevitable control by the pharmaceutical industry.

James Hamblin, in The Atlantic, on why some people with COVID19 get so much sicker than others. 

Ari Feldman, in The Forward, on how Orthodox Jews are flocking by the thousands to donate convalescent plasma in the fight against COVID19.

Tomas Pueyo, in Medium, on what the world has taught us the dance must look like if we want to open things up. 

Tomas Pueyo, in Medium, on the COVID19 dance steps that you yourself might be able to take.

Maryn McKenna, in Wired, on the risk that COVID19 will worsen the existing crisis of antibiotic resistance. 

Colleen Farrell, in The New York Times, on what to say and not say to those working COVID19's frontlines.

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Saturday Story: Only One, Because For First Time in 15 Years, I Accidentally Deleted The Rest

Dr. Doug Bass, may his memory be a blessing, the first physician in NYC to die from COVID9
Sorry to those who enjoy these reads, but by accident, deleted the lot of them save one

Dhruv Khullar, in The New Yorker, on his work as a physician in NYC during the time of COVID19, and adrenaline, duty and fear.

Saturday, April 04, 2020