World of Warcraft’s Corrupted Blood pandemic may prove useful to coronavirus researchers - The Washington Postwashingtonpost.com/video-games/2020/04/09/world-warcraft-experienced-pandemic-2005-that-experience-may-help-coronavirus-researchers/
A "virus" decimated in-game cities. Player behavior may prove instructive for researchers projecting the spread of covid-19. via https://twitter.com/zenbuffy/status/1345695585312112642
We Had the COVID-19 Vaccine the Whole Timenymag.com/intelligencer/2020/12/moderna-covid-19-vaccine-design.html
You may be surprised to learn that of the trio of long-awaited coronavirus vaccines, the most promising, Moderna’s mRNA-1273, which reported a 94.5 percent efficacy rate on November 16, had been designed by January 13.
Aerosols: Why Is the Risk of Coronavirus Transmission so High Indoors? | ZEIT ONLINEzeit.de/wissen/gesundheit/2020-11/coronavirus-aerosols-infection-risk-hotspot-interiors
Whenever people gather in closed spaces, the infection risk climbs. Our interactive tool shows how the coronavirus spreads. Find out how safe your environment is.
Can You Get Coronavirus Inside a Restaurant? - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/11/can-you-get-coronavirus-inside-restaurant/617151/
The risk of catching the coronavirus is much higher indoors.
Covid-19: The global crisis — in dataig.ft.com/coronavirus-global-data/
Charts and maps show paradoxes of a pandemic that has claimed a million lives
Donald Trump's Strength Did Not Beat the Coronavirus - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/10/trump-strength-coronavirus/616682/
The metaphors that Trump and others use when talking about COVID-19 are making the pandemic worse.
Why Aren't We Talking More About Ventilation? - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/07/why-arent-we-talking-more-about-airborne-transmission/614737/
How is it that six months into a respiratory pandemic, we are still doing so little to mitigate airborne transmission?
Is It Okay to Go to the Beach? - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/07/it-okay-go-beach/613849/
People complain that going to the shore is a careless act during a pandemic, but the science so far suggests otherwise.