Editorials: Coronavirus and the pandemic
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Bars, parties and other small-scale gatherings may be more to blame for the virus’ spread than the massive outdoor protests triggered by George Floyd’s death.
Yes, it’s getting tiring. But scientific innovations are on the way, and meanwhile we’ve got to keep one another safe.
A virus is raging and the political discourse is so ugly and raw that it has manifested in dangerous defiance of steps to keep neighbors safe.
Have Americans really become so soft and entitled that they can’t handle a little inconvenience to protect others in their community from sickness and death?
This is absolutely the wrong time to slow down coronavirus testing in any way.
It was no surprise that Black people, Latinos and other communities of color were being disproportionately affected by COVID-19 even before data made it crystal clear.
What kind of society clusters people together and then charges them money for hygiene?
The real reason the GOP is challenging Newsom’s vote-by-mail order is to cast doubt on election results they don’t like. And there will be plenty in California.
100,000 might be just a number, but it’s a staggering amount of loss. America needs to find some way to mourn the dead, even as the pandemic still rages.
When does fast science become problematic science? COVID-19 is testing us on that question.
The novel coronavirus behind COVID-19 holds up a mirror to the state of American health, and the reflection is unflattering.
Operation Warp Speed could expedite a coronavirus vaccine. But cutting corners is dangerous if it glosses over questions of safety and efficiency.