Saturday, April 04, 2020

Saturday Stories: Some Of This Week's Most Important #COVID19 Stories

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Italian novelist, Francesca Melandri, in The Guardian, writes you a letter to you from Italy explaining what you're about to be facing.

Psychologist Stuart Richie, in Unherd, on why you might not want to trust psychologists on matters coronavirus

Ed Yong, in The Atlantic, with a characteristically great deep dive on whether or not we should all be wearing masks.

Harlan Krumholz, in The New York Times, needs you to know there are many false negative #COVID19 tests and why if you have symptoms, you should assume that's what you've got.

J. Kenji López-Alt, in Serious Eats, with the definitive guide to food safety and the coronavirus (a must read if you watched that long, scary, YouTube video about same)

Mary Chris Jaklevic, in HealthNewsReview, explains why you need to consider stories detailing #COVID19 scientific studies with caution.