The public health measures that have worked so well on the mainland should not be lightly dismissed, writes John Walsh.
A Doctor’s Poem from the Frontlines of the Pandemic
“We came running when you needed us; literally, running down the hallway.”
COVID-19: People Gave Up on Flu Pandemic Measures a Century Ago When They Tired of Them – and Paid a Price
If we have anything to learn from the history of the 1918 influenza pandemic, it is that a premature return to pre-pandemic life risks more cases and more deaths, writes J. Alexander Navarro.
War and Pandemic Journalism
During both, the truth can quickly disappear, writes Patrick Cockburn.
COVID-19: Lessons from Lombardy
While one part of northern Italy teaches a cautionary lesson, a small town in neighboring Veneto offers a case study in good practices, Andrew Spannaus reports.
COVID-19: Living Through the Pandemic in World’s Most Livable City
Mona Ali Khalil says Austrian authorities have moved quickly to contain the virus and extend free services to everyone, including refugees and migrant workers.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Our Post-Pandemic Future
Will human civilization simply resume course or will we recognize the need for numerous far-reaching reforms?
PEPE ESCOBAR: Who Profits from the Pandemic?
Pepe Escobar looks at a frightening future that might follow the already terrifying Covid-19 global outbreak.
COVID-19: Wall Street Wins Again
Nomi Prins writes about bailouts in the time of the coronavirus.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: US Defiles ‘Common Humanity’ During Pandemic
Washington’s priorities are maintaining divisions, suspicions, animosities and enmities as if there were no global humanitarian crisis.