Saturday, May 01, 2021
Saturday Stories: One Universal Coronavirus Vaccine, Fringe Science, And The Misnomer Of Vaccine Hesitancy
James Hamblin, in the Atlantic, on the promise of a single coronavirus vaccine which would protect us against SARS, MERS, COVID-19, and ever...
Saturday, April 24, 2021
Saturday Stories: Unanswered Questions, Ontario's Misery, And Vietnam's Triumph
Helen Branswell, in STAT, with the questions experts still have about COVID . Justin Ling, in Macleans, with the almost unbelievable story ...
Saturday, April 17, 2021
Saturday Stories: Is Canada a Country, The Gaslighting of Science, And A Non-COVID Piece From Me
Lauren Dobson-Hughes, in The Line, reflecting on Canada's responses to COVID wonders if we are actually a country? Zeynep, in Insight, o...
Saturday, April 10, 2021
Saturday Stories: The End Of Year One, The End Of Hygiene Theatre, And The End Of The Whole Thing
Stephen Maher, in Macleans, with the comprehensive story of Canada's first year with the pandemic. Emily Anthes, in The New York Times, ...
Saturday, April 03, 2021
Saturday Stories: Anti-Science, The Pandemic's Wrongest Man, And The Not Great Indoors
Dangerous numpty. If you see, ignore. Peter Hotez, in Scientific American, on the anti-science movement and the danger it poses to global pu...
Saturday, March 27, 2021
Saturday Stories: Vaccine Passports, Canadian Vaccine Manufacturing, and Not Delaying Vaccine Boosters For The Vulnerable
Saskia Popescu and Alexandra Phelan, in The New York Times, discuss the unwieldy realities that vaccine passports might face. Leslie Boehm ...
Saturday, March 20, 2021
Saturday Stories: Africa's Incredible COVID Supply Chain, On AstraZeneca's Vaccine, And Asymptomatic Transmission
Javed Anees, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons Reid Wilson, in The Hill, on the world leading way in which Africa approached COVID treatment and pr...
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Saturday Stories: Vaccines For Longhaulers, EMT Reflections, And Societal Reopening
Akiko Iwasaki, in Medium, on how vaccination might help COVID longhaulers . Jennifer Murphy, in The New York Times, reflects on her experien...
Saturday, March 06, 2021
Saturday Stories: Windows, Mindestabstandsregelung, And Anti-Racist COVID Responses
Sarah Zhang, in The Atlantic, on the forgotten power of windows in a pandemic . Luisa Beck, in The Washington Post, on the 1,200 new German ...
Saturday, February 27, 2021
Saturday Stories: Vaccines Will Work, The Vaccine Whisperer Hilda Bastian, And The Secret Life of SARs-CoV2
Angela L. Rasmussen, in the New York Times, explains how yes, the vaccines will work to stop the spread. Julia Belluz, in Vox, interviews th...
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